Tickets for the 2022 League of Legends World Championships will go on sale beginning in September, according to a press release from Riot Games. Fans can buy Worlds 2022 tickets in two separate phases for this year’s different League of Legends Worlds stages.
The first phase of sales will begin at noon ET on Sept. 8. During this phase, fans can secure seats for the first four stages of the tournament: the Play-In Stage, Group Stage, Quarterfinals and Semifinals.
However, tickets for the League of Legends Worlds Finals will go on sale at a later date. Fans can try to get their hands on Finals tickets starting at noon ET on Sept. 29. Meanwhile, Mastercard holders can acquire presale tickets for every stage of the tournament besides the Play-In Stage.
People who are interested in attending the Play-In Stage can pre-save tickets via Cinemex. Otherwise, fans can sign up to receive email notifications when ticket sales for all of the other stages go live.
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More about League of Legends Worlds tickets
The 2022 League of Legends World Championships will feature 24 teams from around the world competing in four cities across more than two months. It will kick off with the Play-In Stage in Mexico City, which will last from Sept. 29 to Oct. 4.
Both the Group Stage and the Quarterfinals will take place at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The Group Stage will run from Oct. 7-16, followed by the Quarterfinals from Oct. 20-23. Then, the Semifinals will happen in Atlanta, Georgia, on Oct. 29 and 30.
Finally, a champion will be crowned at the Finals in San Francisco, California, on Nov. 5. Fans looking to experience an in-person League of Legends World Championship should be sure to get their Worlds tickets as soon as they go on sale next month.
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