TFT Worlds: Format and Qualifying Players
While Teamfight Tactics set 7 will arrive in June, it’s time for the last big competition on set 6.5. Of April 29 to May 1, 2022, the best players from all regions will compete to determine who will be the world champion. So what is the format of Worlds of TFT and who are the qualified players? We take stock before the start of hostilities.
Players qualified for TFT Worlds
For several months, TFT players have had various opportunities to qualify for TFT Worlds. Whether through the leaderboard or by winning certain competitions, we find ourselves today with 32 qualified players.
Europe and China will have 6 representatives each, while South Korea will have 5. North America and Brazil will have 4, Latin America will feature 3 players and Japan and Oceania only 2 .
On the side of the Francewe can rely on 4 very talented players to defend the colors of our country during the TFT Worlds:
- Double61 for Karmine Corp, double European champion and TFT world champion in 2020;
- A33d for Aegis, currently 2th in the European ranking;
- Voltariux for Solary, just behind Un33d at 3th position in the ranking;
- L3S coconutrecent winner of the Gamers Assembly.
The format of the competition
On the first day of TFT Worlds, the 32 players will be split into 4 groups based on their region to allow for a fair mix. After 3 games, the groups will be changed for 3 new games. At the end of these 6 matchesthe 16 players who have accumulated the most points will win their place for the rest of the competition.
Same principle for the second day, except that there will only be 2 groups. The 8 best players will win their ticket for the third day final, where the format will be quite different.
Indeed, there will be no set number of games for the final. Players will need to reach 18 dotsthen win first place to validate their victory and Become the TFT Worlds Champion.
During these 3 days, the cream of TFT players will compete on patch 12.7 to prove that they are the best. At stake, $300,000 cash prize to share and a trophy in the shape of a golden spatula for the 2022 world champion.
You can follow the official French cast of Worlds of TFT on Shaunz’s Twitch channel. And if you are from Paris or Lyon, you can also attend the viewing party organized by the Aegis team to support its player A33d. Seats are free, but limited in number, so don’t waste time and reserve your spot now.