TFT Fates World Championship: Standings, scores, and schedule

Eight regions and 24 players compete for the TFT Worlds title.

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A total of 24 of the best Teamfight Tactics players from around the globe will compete over the course of three days at the Fates World Championship for their piece of a $250,000 prize pool and the title of world champion.

Taking place from April 7 to 9, eight regions will be represented at TFT Fates Worlds. The first two days contain a total of 10 rounds of gameplay, five each day, whittling 24 competitors down to the top eight for the Worlds Finals on April 9.  

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The first two days of TFT Worlds feature a new points breakdown, providing players with more flexibility if they have a bad round.

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

April 9, day three

Day three’s format was different than the first two days at TFT Worlds. Points were once again reset for a “checkmate format,” in which players race to 18 total points. Once hitting the threshold of 18, the first player to finish first in the lobby wins the TFT Fates World Championship. A checkmate format can be wrapped up in as little as three rounds or take much longer before a winner is declared.

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The points awarded to players based on finishes in a lobby were also adjusted, rewarding competitors who earn a first-place finish with 10 points instead of eight. 

  • First: 10 points
  • Second: Eight points
  • Third: Six points
  • Fourth: Five points
  • Fifth: Four points
  • Sixth: Three points
  • Seventh: Two points
  • Eighth: One point

Round one

Korean representatives 8LJayWalking and SCSC came out firing in round one. SCSC earned a first-place finish with a three-star Kalista and Chosen Jax while 8LJayWalking placed second with Cultist/Duelist. 

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The EU competitors also started off strong on the third day of TFT Worlds. ZyKOo came in third with a Samira Slayers build while Lallana earned a fourth-place finish with a three-star Diana Assassin comp. 

Round two

Taking a risk with Fortune, ZyKOo went from eighth to first in round two. Cashing out at 11 losses and falling to one HP, ZyKOo set himself up for the comeback of the year while running a two-star Magecap Swain in a seven Dragonsoul/Mage comp. Lallana took second in round two, re-running three-star Diana Assassin.

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RamKev also had a strong comeback in round two after suffering a seventh-place finish in round one. And Yatsuhashi, who came in eighth in round one, finished in fourth place.

Heading into round three, ZyKOo, Lallana, 8LJayWalking, SCSC, and RamKev were the five players eligible to hit the 18-point threshold. 

Round three

ZyKOo earned another first-place finish in round three, playing a double Xayah Keeper build. After passing the 18-point threshold, ZyKOo became the only competitor eligible to win TFT Worlds with a first-place finish in round four. 

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Razza finished second in round three, playing seven Mage with a Magecap Swain to put him back in contention. Third went to RamKev on a double Xayah three-star Neeko Mystic/Fabled build, while Pas De Bol finished in fourth. 

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Round four

The lobby winner for round four was 8LJayWalking, playing a nine Dragonsoul/Slayer Samira comp. Yatsuhashi needed a first or second-place finish in round four and pulled out a second with three-star Kalista.

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Heading into round five, a total of six players surpassed the 18-point threshold. Razza or Pas De Bol needed a first-place finish in round five to force another round of gameplay. Any other competitor taking first would earn them the TFT Worlds title.

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Round five

Round five came down to an amazing showdown between Razza, 8LJayWalking, and ZyKOo. Playing Samira Slayer with four Adept, it looked like ZyKOo would win the TFT Worlds title. But it was 8LJayWalking who pulled off the win with Kayle, eliminating ZyKOo and Razza with a double kill. 

 8LJayWalking earned the TFT Fates World Championship title for Korea. 


April 8, day two

Similar to the first day of competition, lobby seats were determined by points. A total of 16 players advanced to day two, with only eight moving on to the TFT Worlds finals on April 9. Five rounds were played on the second day, with points resetting from day one. The point breakdown from day one was also used for the second day at the TFT Fates World Championship. 

Round one

Round one lobbies featured the top-eight point earners in the first lobby from day one and ninth to 16th in the second lobby. 

Stage 2-5 dropped a Force of Nature in lobby one, powering up several players while punishing others who were looking to have an opening loss streak. Lobby winners included Pas De Bol with a three-star Neeko Mystic/Fabled build and Lallana playing Brawlers.

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The two EU players taking first-place finishes in round one proved that they aren’t out of this fight yet. Mismatched Socks carried the NA region with a second-place finish in lobby two while RamKev was able to pull a top four in lobby one.

Juanzi made sure China still had representation in lobby one, playing a three-star Kalista for a third-place round one finish. And 8LJayWalking kept the KR region relevant with a second-place finish, playing Olaf Slayer. 

Round two

The two lobbies were shaken up with seating based on points earned in round one. 

The lobby winners in round two were RamKev on nine Cultist and Yatsuhashi playing Enlightened Talon/three-star Morgana. Both Kurumx and Mismatched Socks had a rough round, placing eighth in each lobby. Lallana and 8LJayWalking kept their win streaks going with ZyKOo, Pas De Bol, DQA, Juanzi, and SCSC close on their heels. 

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Round three

The seats in both lobbies were shifted based on total points earned via rounds one and two.

Three-star carries dominated the lobby one meta in round three. Pas De Bol earned a first-place finish with a three-star Shyvana and three-star Aurelion Sol. 8LJayWalking took second with a three-star Talon and three-star Morgana. RamKev finished third by playing nine Dragonsoul, representing NA at the top of the leaderboard.

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Kurumx recovered in round three with a lobby win, playing six Keepers with a three-star Kennen. Mismatched Socks also made a comeback, running six Assassin for a fourth-place finish. Heading into round four of TFT Worlds, only four points separate the players in sixth through 15th.

Round four

With only two more rounds left to play, lobby seating played a key role in determining which players would advance to the day three finals. 

Pas De Bol re-ran his round three Dragonsoul comp, earning another first-place finish with three-star Shyvana and three-star Aurelion Sol. 8LJayWalking hit another top four with nine Cultist while Lallana finished second in lobby one with a three-star Darius/six Divine. RamKev also hung in at the top, playing a three-star Katarina Warlord build.

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Razza took the win in lobby two, running two Mage spatulas in a six Dragonsoul build. Kurumx also continued his comeback rally with a second-place finish in lobby two, playing Kayle. Juanzi finished third with a Talon Enlightened comp and DQA hit fourth playing Slayers. 

Round five

A total of 11 competitors, split between two lobbies, fought for a top-eight spot. Round five lobby winners included SCSC with a three-star Sivir and Yatsuhashi with Samira Slayer. Both first-place finishes secured SCSC and Yatsuhashi a top-eight spot heading into day three. Razza and ZyKOo also snuck into the top eight. DQA just missed the cut on a tiebreaker with ZyKOo. 

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Here are the top eight TFT competitors advancing to day three of the Fates World Championship:

  • EU Lallana: 30 points
  • KR 8LJayWalking: 29 points
  • EU Pas De Bol: 28 points
  • NA RamKev: 26 points
  • KR SCSC: 26 points
  • JP Yatsuhashi: 25 points
  • OCE Razza: 25 points
  • EU ZyKOo: 24 points

April 7, day one

Players were split into three lobbies of eight based on regional performances. A total of five rounds were played via Patch 11.6, with the top 16 highest-scoring competitors advancing to day two of TFT Worlds. 

Round one

North American players started day one off strong. All four NA competitors took a top-four finish in round one. Lyyyress, Razza, and Huanmie were the lobby winners.

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Round two

Players shifted lobbies based on the standings from round one. Lobby one featured the highest-scoring players while lobby three contained players who had a rough first round.

Huanmie went from first in round one to eighth in round two while Lyyyress, who also had a first-place finish in round one, came in seventh. Round two lobby winners included Mismatched Socks, SCSC, and PieHat. SCSC went from seventh in round one to first in round two. And PieHat won with a three-star Samira, a chase that Mismatched Socks transitioned off of to win his lobby.

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Round three

Player lobbies were reset for round three based on total point standings at TFT Fates Worlds. 

Kurumx and DQA continued to place top four through three rounds, leading the NA region on the day one TFT Worlds standings while Mismatched Socks dropped from the top spot due to a seventh-place finish. Razza, representing the OCE region, also hit his third top-four finish. China continued to show the world their skills with a first-place finish from Huanmie and a second from Juanzi. And the EU representatives, Ging and ZyKOo, advanced up the leaderboard with first and second-place finishes in lobby three.

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Round four

Lobbies once again rotated based on total points standings for day one at the Fates World Championship with two rounds left to play. 

Lobby winners in round four included Pas De Bol, RamKev, and Lyyyress. Heading into round five, only Thunder was officially out. A total of 12 players had between nine and 19 points after four rounds, leaving a number of competitors sitting on the bubble at TFT Worlds. 

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Round five

Round five lobby placements were based on total points standings through round four. A majority of the competitors in lobbies two and three were fighting to get enough points to end day one in the top 16. 

Kurumx, SCSC, and ZyKOo were the lobby winners in round five. NA players dominated day one of TFT Worlds. Kurumx finished at the top of the leaderboard with 33 points, followed by RamKev in second with 29 points. Both LA region players, GOAT Lion and PieHat, missed the top-16 cut along with Shinri and Narkesh, the two BR region competitors. 

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Here are the 16 players advancing to the second day of the TFT Fates World Championship:

NA Kurumx: 33 pointsEU Lallana: 25 points
NA RamKev: 29 pointsCN Huanmie: 24 points
KR 8LJayWalking: 29 pointsKR SCSC: 24 points
NA DQA: 28 pointsNA Mismatched Socks: 24 points
EU Pas De Bol: 26 pointsJP Yatsuhashi: 24 points
EU Ging: 25 pointsCN Kezi: 23 points
OCE Razza: 25 pointsEU Lyyyress: 21 points
CN Juanzi: 25 pointsZyKOo: 21 points

This article will be updated following each round of gameplay per day at the TFT Fates World Championship.