How to buy tickets for MSI 2022
MSI 2022
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How to buy tickets for MSI 2022

Fans will finally be able to watch international League of Legends in person again

The Mid-Season Invitational 2022 begins on May 10 in South Korea’s Busan Esports Arena. The international tournament will feature competition between the best League of Legends teams in the world, and fans can buy tickets for MSI starting on Wednesday.

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With the event starting in a soon, the tickets will be on sale even sooner. The tickets will have different price ranges depending on the stage of the tournament. While the group stage will take place at the Busan Esports Arena, the Rumble Stage onward will be in held the Bexco Exhibition and Convention Center. Ticket prices will also depend on where fans choose to sit in the large hall.

MSI 2022 Group stage tickets (May 10-15)

Cost: $12.48 (15,000 KRW)

Rumble stage tickets (May 20-24)

Tier 1: $33.30 (40,000 KRW)
Tier 2: $24.97 (30,000 KRW)
Tier 3: $16.65 (20,000 KRW)

Semifinals tickets (May 27-28)

Tier 1: $41.62 (50,000 KRW)
Tier 2: $41.62 (50,000 KRW)
Tier 3: $24.97 (30,000 KRW)

Grand finals tickets (May 29)

Tier 1: $49.94 (60,000 KRW)
Tier 2: $41.62 (50,000 KRW)
Tier 3: $33.30 (40,000 KRW)

All of the tickets will be available on the Interpark website, and fans can purchase group stage tickets on starting Wednesday at 4 a.m. ET. Due to the change in venue, the tickets for the Rumble Stage onward will be available at a later date. All additional details linked to ticketing can be found on the Interpark website linked above.

The two venues have a history of holding important esports. The Busan Esports Arena is located in the Samjung Tower Building in Seomyeon, Busan, and it has played host to the G-Star Cup, the Korea Game Awards and the Global Esports Executive Summit. The Bexco Exhibition and Convention Center is located in Centum City, Haeundae-gu, Busan and hosted stages of the League of Legends World Championship in 2014 and 2018.

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