The last event in the Teamfight Tactics Europe, Middle East and Africa circuit begins on Friday, as the TFT Rising Legends Finals will decide who will be crowned the region’s champion and represent it during the Gizmos and Gadgets Championship.
Here is a breakdown of all the information needed to follow the action.
TFT Rising Legends Finals format
On Day 1 of the event, the 32 players will be split into four separate lobbies. These groups will play a total of six games with the lobbies being reseeded after every two games based on accumulated points. At the end of the six games on Day 1, the top 16 players will advance to Day 2 while the other 16 players will be eliminated.
Day 2 will play out exactly the same as Day 1 with only changes to the number of competitors. The remaining 16 players will be split into two groups and play another six games with lobbies being reseeded every two rounds. The eight players with the most points after the end of Day 2 will move onto the finals of Day 3.
Day 3 will have points reset for the eight finalists. There will be no checkmate format and instead, the finals of the TFT Rising Legends will be a standard six-game series. The player with the most points after the end of the six games will be crowned champion.
The players that come in second through fifth will also qualify for the TFT Gizmos and Gadgets Championship. Players in sixth and seventh will compete in a Last Chance Qualifier to try and get into the TFT Gizmos and Gadgets Championship.
The 32 players competing at the TFT Rising Legends Finals have already been decided. Through the entire Rising Legends season, many tournaments determined the 32 best players from across the EMEA region. Here is a breakdown of who is playing and what achieved to qualify.
Golden Spatula Cup winners (3)
Ranked Ladder Set 6 (7)
Ranked Ladder Set 6.5 (5)
Qualifier Points (15)
- Pas De Bol
- Les Collègues
How to Watch the TFT Rising Legends Finals
The event will be broadcast live through all three days of the tournament, starting with Day 1 on Friday. The official broadcast, which viewers can catch on the TeamfightTactics Twitch channel, will feature a talent line-up bringing spectators and fans the play-by-play and analysis. The official broadcast will kick off each day at 11:00 a.m. ET.
On top of the official English broadcast, the event will feature co-streams in many other languages. Here is a list of all the co-streams and which languages they will be in.
Naruto21Cz — Czech
Xnapycz — Czech
Shaunz — French
ImSoFresh — French
Sologesang — German
BROZILLA_tv — Hungarian
QLASH_Events — Italian
BlackFIreIce — Polish
Kezman22 — Polish
Clorka — Russian
Manutegaming — Spanish
NyuGamingTV — Turkish
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ASU alum with a B.A in Sports Journalism, Warren is one of the premier TFT Journalists in the scene and is a decent TFT player as well who has peaked Challenger and has had multiple accounts in Master+ over all sets. Warren also specializes in other esports content including League of Legends, Valorant, Smash Bros, and more.