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Riot Games’ League of Legends All Star 2020 event has opened its door for voting before pro players face each other next month. The annual All Star event invites pros from every region to join in on a global competition from December 18 to 20. These scheduled matches happen right after the World Championship, keeping fans excited and engaged within the League of Legends esports scene.

Beginning on Friday, December 18, fans will watch their favorite players in brand new temporary “dream teams” composed of five top-voted pros. These matches will engage players to fight against their neighboring regions, eventually in smaller ones as well. Starting November 9, fans can officially vote for pros from several competitive leagues, respective to their roles. Voters may notice a few notable players missing from the voting options. This is simply because some NA and EU pros have elected to not attend this year’s event for various reasons.

Aside from featuring pros, the matches will also include a group of top five influencers, known as “Queue Kings.” Additionally, Riot Games has released a set schedule for the event, which will be taking place completely online due to COVID-related restrictions.

2020 League of Legends All Star Schedule

Underdog Uprising – Friday, December 18

  • LCK vs PCS, OCE, LPL Nexus Blitz,
  • LPL vs LJL, VCS
  • LEC vs TCL, LCL, LCS

LCK & LPL – Saturday, December 19

  • Queue Kings & Legends (Top five veterans, former pros)
    • Non-pros will compete in a Best of 1 each on Summoner’s Rift.
  • All-Stars (Five top pro players, as voted by fans)
    • The five top-voted pros from the LCK and LPL will play in a best-of-three showdown. But these won’t be just any SR matches — it wouldn’t be All-Star if we didn’t add a twist or two.

LCS & LEC – Sunday, December 20

  • Queue Kings & Legends
    • Non-pros will compete in a Best of 1 each on Summoner’s Rift.
  • Red Bull 1v1 Competition (Semifinals and finals)
  • All-Stars
    • Each captain will pick at least 2 pros from each region. These teams will compete in a Best of 3.
      The LCS & LEC pros will also be contending with non-standard match formats.

Fans interested in watching the matches take place can catch every game on the official lolesports website.