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EMEA TFT Finals – Schedule, Format, and more

EMEA TFT Finals – Schedule, Format, and more

EMEA TFT Finals – Schedule, Format, and more

The best players from the EMEA regions will compete at the Teamfight Tactics (TFT) Monsters Attack! Rising Legends Finals. Here’s everything you need to know.

EMEA TFT Finals – Schedule, Format, and moreEMEA TFT Finals – Schedule, Format, and more

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EMEA TFT Finals – Schedule and Format

The EMEA TFT Monsters Attack! Rising Legends Finals are set to take place from May 13-15, with the best 32 players of the region competing to determine the TFT Rising Legends Champion.

Tournament Format

The event will feature twelve games across the first two days of the competition, with the 32 players split into 4 lobbies of eight players. After every three games, each player will be reseeded into a new lobby, giving all players the chance to play one against another.

After the first two days, the competition will lock in the Top 8 point earners who will advance to the third and last play day, where they will play another six games. The Top 4 players, based on points again, will then qualify for the TFT Set Championship – Monsters Attack! while the 5th and 6th-placed players will get another shot to qualify through the Western Last Chance Qualifier (WLCQ).

“The 32 players that have qualified for the EMEA TFT Monsters Attack! Rising Legends Finals played their hearts out to make it to this stage and we’re very excited to host them at the finals,” says Max Wischow, Product Lead for EMEA TFT Esports. “It’s set to be an action-packed tournament to determine who will represent EMEA on the world stage at the Monsters Attack! Global Championship and we’re excited to see how the event unfolds.”

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The event will feature the three champions of the Golden Spatula CUps, alongside the top 21 Golden Spatula Cups point earners, and the top 8 Ladder Snapshot point earners for a share of the €43900 prize pool. The 32 players are:

Golden Spatula Cups winners

  1. Tsarou
  2. 5454
  3. Canbizz

Golden Spatula Cup Point Earners

  1. Wet Jungler
  2. Kevin Parker
  3. Xusoo
  4. Snoodyboo
  5. Norbi
  6. Aug
  7. Salvyyy
  8. Havali
  9. Ukkkkko
  10. Armatruc
  11. Pasdebol
  12. Ging
  13. Kacperskyi9i
  14. SwellegerTiger
  15. Qetzer
  16. Haiden
  17. Guillosko
  18. Elia
  19. Broken99
  20. Kurfuzzled
  21. Marx

Ladder Snapshot point earners

  1. Sologesang
  2. Enzo
  3. Doublegi
  4. Loescher
  5. Zeulenache
  6. Iasa
  7. Darkesti1903
  8. Xcrescent

Where to Watch the EMEA TFT Finals

Fans can watch all the action in 10 different languages, including English on the main TFT Twitch channel and also French, Spanish, German, Italian, Polish, Czech, Russian, Turkish, and Hungarian thanks to the presence of different co-streamers.

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For the first time, players will also be able to showcase their knowledge about the EMEA TFT competitive scene with the Rising Legends Final’s Pick’ems.

With this new incorporation, competitive fans will have the opportunity to measure their strategic abilities against each other and win amazing prizes depending on their scores Teamwork will also be involved in the Pick’ems with the new “Communities” format. Players will be able to choose their favorite community and take it to the top of the leaderboard by collaborating with each other and adding up their scores.

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