How to watch TFT 6.5 Oceanic Regional Finals

A total of two TFT players will represent OCE at Worlds.

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A total of 24 of the best Teamfight Tactics players within the Oceanic region will compete for two spots at the Gizmos & Gadgets World Championship.

Scheduled to take place from April 1 to 3, the TFT Set 6.5 OCE Regional Finals will showcase a total of 18 games played over the course of three days. All games will get played on the Neon Nights 12.5 patch and not 12.6. 

The start time for days one and two at the TFT Set 6.5 OCE Regional Finals are at 6pm AEDT/3am CT and 6pm AEST/2am CT on April 3. ORDER and Riot will have a broadcast for the tournament on the Teamfight Tactics Twitch channel. Casting the tournament is Frostee, Sleepy, Ducky, and Genome. Players at the OCE Regional Finals will also stream via their individual channels.

Who is competing at the TFT Neon Nights OCE Regional Finals?

All players competing at the OCE Regional Finals qualified via The Mid-Set Invitational, Scholar Cup, Challenger Series, and the 6.5 Ranked ladder snapshot.

  • Angora
  • Donaldinho
  • Davingalde
  • TTV Choonga
  • Perfect
  • Dojo Mojo
  • Fortune
  • OCE Claire
  • Knpngzr
  • Gitoff
  • Buff Grindr Man
  • Yush
  • Xu Xu Bird
  • Escha
  • Oubo
  • TXE
  • Kahdei
  • JimJaam
  • Haidwun
  • Colorful
  • m2att
  • take it easy
  • Huey Dewey Louie
  • Maxibon bloke 

What is the format at the TFT Set 6.5 OCE Regional Finals?

A total of six games will get played each day at the OCE Regional Finals. Day one will feature 24 competitors with the top 16 advancing to the second day. Eight more players will get cut after six games on day two. And the third day of the OCE Regional Finals will showcase eight players competing in one lobby for two invites to the Gizmos & Gadgets World Championship. 

Lobbies are reseeded every two rounds, with the first two games of days one and two featuring random seeding. Players earn points based on finishes for each game, determining who advances to the next day of competition. Points are reset at the start of each day. 

  • First: Eight points
  • Second: Seven points
  • Third: Six points
  • Fourth: Five points
  • Fifth: Four points
  • Sixth: Three points
  • Seventh: Two points
  • Eighth: One point

Tie-breakers during the first day of the OCE Regional Finals are based on the highest strength of schedule first, most first-place finishes second, highest placement third, and ranking via the OCE snapshot leaderboard last. Any tie-breakers during the second and third day will use a player’s rank from the previous day.