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The TFT World Champinship trophy.
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TFT Set 8/8.5 Monsters’ Attack World Championship standings, scores, and format

Tacticians from around the globe competed for a Worlds title.

A total of 32 Teamfight Tactics players from nine regions around the globe competed for the coveted Monsters’ Attack Worlds title and a slice of the $456,000 total prize pool. 

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Taking place over the course of three days, from May 26 to 28, 32 of the best TFT players competed in a balanced Set Eight/8.5 meta for a World Championship title. Five Tacticians have won Worlds, three from China, one from France, and one from Korea. Joining the regions at the Monsters’ Attack World Championship for the first time was the SEA region, with three regional seeds. 

All players earned a Worlds seed through either a top finish at Regional Finals or a win at the Western and Eastern Last Chance Qualifier tournaments. Including the LCQ winners, EMEA has the most representatives at the Monsters’ Attack World Championship.  

  • NA TFT Worlds Tacticians: Wasianiverson, Jukeyou, Rereplay, and Setsuko
  • EMEA TFT Worlds Tacticians: Canbizz, Ging, Haiden, Enzosx, and Kurfuzzled
  • SEA TFT Worlds Tacticians: SVM YBY1, JazLatte, Omnomsy, and NCC1
  • China TFT Worlds Tacticians: HongLian, Flancy, A Hao, LiLuo, and Xian
  • Korea TFT Worlds Tacticians: Dmen, Binteum, Jip Pok, Dr Oh
  • Brazil TFT Worlds Tacticians: Vclf, GVidigal, and DobZ
  • LATAM TFT Worlds Tacticians: Nain, TexSummers, and Maikel
  • Japan TFT Worlds Tacticians: Korumau7 and Kahdei
  • OCE TFT Worlds Tacticians: Skillfulism and Kahdei

May 26 TFT Monsters’ Attack World Championship standings

Players were split into four lobbies, with seeding based on regional performances. A total of six games were played, with lobbies getting reseeded after three rounds. Points were awarded based on lobby finishes, with a lobby winner earning eight points and eighth place earning one point. Points carried over into day two, and no players were eliminated after the first day of competition. 

China started off day one with two lobby wins, along with Wasianiverson from NA and NCC from SEA. After three rounds, Enzo was sitting atop the leaderboard with back-to-back lobby wins during games two and three. And NA continued to put the rest of the field on notice with Setsuko sitting in second and Rereplay in fourth. Also making a strong day-one stand was Omnomsy from the SEA region, sitting in third after three games with 18 points.

Heading into the final game of day one, the North American region had three out of its four Tacticians in the top four: Setsuko, Rereplay, and Wasianiverson. Setsuko ended day one with a total of 38 points atop the TFT Worlds leaderboard. Enzo from EMEA was in second, Rereplay from NA was third, and Flancy from China was fourth.

Screenshot via Riot Games Rising Legends

All points from day one carry over into day two of the Monsters’ Attack World Championship. Day one scores indicated that the NA region was ready to claim its first TFT Worlds title, but with six games left to play during day two, nothing was written in stone.

May 27 TFT Monsters’ Attack World Championship standings

Day two began just like day one, with 32 total players split across four lobbies. Lobby placement points carried over from day one, with Setsuko sitting atop the leaderboard with 38 points.

Game seven during day two of TFT Worlds naturally shook up the standings, with Rereplay from NA taking over the leaderboard after a lobby win and 44 total points. Flancy remained in second with third place game seven win, and Setsuko barely hung onto third place overall after a sixth-place finish. But Setsuko bounced back during game eight with a lobby win.

Heading into game nine, Rereplay, Setsuko, and Flancy were all tied for first on the overall standings leaderboard with 49 points, as Flancy also had a lobby win during game eight. Rereplay cruised to a three-point lead over the field after winning the game nine lobby as Setsuko gained a one-point lead over Flancy.

Heading into the final two games of day two, NA dominated the leaderboard with Setsuko and Rereplay in first and second of the TFT Worlds overall standings. Both NA Tacticians essentially locked themselves into the top eight after game 11, with the remainder of the field seeking to crest 60 total points.

The top eight for the final day at the Monsters’ Attack World Championship showcased seven of the nine regions, with North America having one additional player over the other regions.

Day two TFT Worlds overall standings top 16

Here are the top eight TFT players advancing to the Monsters’ Attack Worlds playoffs:

  • Setsuko (NA): 72 points
  • Rereplay (NA): 71 points
  • Flancy (CN): 67 points
  • SVM YBY1 (SEA): 64 points
  • Binteum (KR): 63 points
  • Enzo (EMEA): 63 points
  • Shimapen (JP): 63 points
  • TexSummers (LATAM): 61 points

All points reset heading into the final day at TFT Worlds, showcasing a Checkmate format.

May 28 TFT Monsters’ Attack World Championship standings

Day three of TFT Worlds featured a Checkmate format. Once reaching the mark of 18 points, a player must win the lobby to win the World Championship title.

Heading into game three of the TFT Monsters’ Attack final day, Rereplay, Binteum, and Flancy were within range of reaching the Checkmate threshold of 18 points. Rereplay was the only TFT player at Worlds who crossed the Checkmate threshold heading into game four, seeking that World Championship title for NA.

Despite reaching the Checkmate threshold first, Rereplay was unable to secure the TFT Worlds title with a lobby win during game four. Passing the threshold and challenging Rereplay for the World Championship title during game five were YBY1, TexSummers, and Flancy.

Top eight standings at TFT Worlds
TFT Worlds overall standings

Game five ended up being the final round at TFT Worlds, with Rereplay defeating Flancy from China in the final lobby to earn the first North America World Championship title.

All images via Riot Games and Rising Legends.

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