Riot Games launched the Teamfight Tactics Rise of the Elements Invitational to celebrate the autobattler’s second set of content, which is filled with a new cast of champions, items, origins, and classes. Sixteen participants will compete for a first place prize of $15,000 and a custom TFT jacket.
Day one splits players into two groups of eight, called “Heats.” Players earn points based on where they place over five games. A first-place position in a match grants 12 points, while last place will get the unlucky player zero points.
The top-eight players from today’s competition move on to compete in day two, where participants will play indefinitely until one contestant racks up three wins.
Here are the scores and standings for the TFT Rise of the Elements Invitational.
SuperJJ, Becca, Disguised Toast, and HolyThoth will move on to compete in day two of the Invitational against the top-four competitors from Heat Two.
Keane, Rakin, Hafu, and TidesOfTime will move on to compete in day two of the Invitational against the top-four competitors from Heat One.
The grand finals were extremely close, with no player having two wins through five games, but Keane quickly changed that. He not only won a game, but he was also the first player to get that elusive second victory.
It all culminated in an incredible match, where he completed a three-game win streak, claiming the Rise of the Elements Invitational with a victory over SuperJJ. That means he walks away with the title, $15,000, and that custom TFT jacket.
That capped the celebration for the autobattler’s second set of content that will bring brand new champions, items, and more.