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Published: 10/Feb/2021 16:00 Updated: 21/Mar/2021 1:54by Andrew Amos
The Teamfight Tactics World Championship is returning for Fates in Set 4, with Riot revealing full details on the $250,000 event on February 5. 24 players from across the globe. are expected to take to the convergence on April 7 to 9.
The world’s best Teamfight Tactics players are gearing up for the biggest event of Set 4, the TFT Fates World Championship. While qualifiers are underway across the globe, full details about the international event have finally been revealed.
$250,000 is on the line — including $41,000 for the winner — as the top 24 players across 10 regions battle it out for the World Championship.
It’s the biggest event in the game’s history, trumping the $200,000 Galaxies Championship and the $150,000 Rise of the Elements Invitational.
The TFT Fates Championship will take place across three days. 24 players will qualify through regional events, before playing the tournament online on April 7 to 9. Each day, eight players will be knocked out until only one stands as the World Champion.
“Teamfight Tactics continues to be one of our fastest-growing titles due to its accessibility and depth,” said Whalen Rozelle, Senior Director of Esports at Riot Games.
“To meet the massive demand for organized competition, for the Fates Championship we increased both the prize pool and the number of players who can qualify for the event. We also will explore new ways to further celebrate the esport globally.”
The competition for the Fates Championship will be fierce. Some of the regional favorites have already been knocked out in the qualifiers to the event.
Galaxies champion ‘Double61’ won’t be in attendance, and neither will NA streamer extraordinare ‘k3soju’
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Qualifiers are still on-going, so we will keep this updated as more information arises.