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TFT Americas Tactician’s Cup 2 standings and scores, Inkborn Fables

Points matter.

Riot Games kicked off the second round of Teamfight Tactics Tactician’s Trials and Cups on May 18 as players sought Qualifier Points and direct invites to the pan-regional Americas Inkborn Fables Golden Spatula tournament.

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Day one of the TFT Set 11 Tactician’s Cup 2 began with 128 players, of which 58 players qualified through the Tactician’s Trials 2. Players competed in six rounds, with only the top 64 advancing to day two of three. Earning 41 points to top the leaderboard for the day was Spencer from NA. Sitting in fourth was TexSummers from LAS. And the rest of the top eight belonged to NA, from tleyds in third with 39 points to Guubums in seventh with 36 points.

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Over 500 players competed in the TFT Set 11 Americas Tactician’s Trials Two, with 204 from North America, 139 from Brazil, and 169 from LATAM. The field is cut to 256 after day one and 128 after day two. Only the top 58 advance to the Americas Inkborn Fables Tactician’s Cup Two. 

Lobbies on day one were split into two groups, playing six games. All Inkborn Fables Tactician’s Trials Two scores through TFT Set 11 Americas were on the score sheet.

Day one standings, May 18

Group A scores

Group B scores

Day two standings, May 19

Rainplosion from NA continued her dominance over the field during day two, finishing in the top four of a lobby nine times over two days. Rainplosion wasn’t the only TFT Tactician from NA performing well at the Tactician’s Trials Two either, with NA players eventually claiming every spot in the top 12.

Day three standings, May 20

Day three of the TFT Americas Tactician Trials 2 wrapped with veteran NA players like RamKev and Ramblinn in the top 16. Brazil and LATAM players also stepped up, although the majority of the 54 players who advanced to the second Tactician’s Cup were from NA.

When are the TFT Americas Tactician’s Cup Two and Trials tournaments?

The Americas TFT Set 11 Tactician’s Cup Two tournament is split between two weeks, featuring the Tactician’s Trials Two from May 18 to 20, with the top 32 Ranked Tacticians earning a bye. The second week, from May 24 to 26, showcased the Tactician’s Cup Two, which includes 58 players from the second Tactician’s Trials. 

Is there a broadcast for the Americas TFT Set ll Tactician’s Cup Two and Trials?

There are no official Riot broadcasts for either the Trials or Tactician’s Cup Two. You can watch player streams like Kurumx, Kiyoon, Rainplosion, Emily Wang, and Ramkev during the Tactician’s Trials Two tournament. 

Individual players stream for the Tactician’s Cup Two, along with TFT Set 11 content creators from NA, BR, and LATAM so you can have a tailored broadcast experience.

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Danny has been writing for Dot Esports for over five years, first as a freelancer and now as a staff writer. He is the lead beat writer for Magic: The Gathering and Teamfight Tactics. Danny is also a solid Monopoly GO player, having beaten every main event without spending a dime. When Danny isn't writing or gaming, he's chilling by the water in Spacecoast Florida with his family and friends. He's always got a tan, because touching grass is important, and loves playing strategic digital and tabletop games. Past outlets Danny has written for include TheGamer and ScreenRant.