Devon H. August 30, 2019
With less than two months remaining until Play-Ins begin, 2019 World Championship tickets and scheduling have finally been made public.
The Play-Ins stage spans from October 2 through 8. These early rounds will be hosted at the regular LEC Studio in Berlin, Germany. Tickets for the Play-Ins can be found on Universal and go on sale on August 30 at 3:00pm CET. Weekday tickets will go for €15.00, while weekend tickets will go for €20.00.
The Group Stage will be played from October 12-15 and from October 17-20, and will be hosted at the Verti Music Hall in Berlin, Germany. Tickets for the Group Stage can be found through Eventim, also going on sale on August 30, at 3:00pm CET. Gold level weekday tickets will be sold for €18.00 while Silver tickets will be €15.00. Gold level weekend tickets, however, will go for €30.00 each, with silver at €20.00.
How to attend the 2019 World Championship in Europe
The quarterfinals are to be held on October 26-27, and will be hosted at Palacio Vistalegre in Madrid, Spain. Tickets will go on sale on August 30, at 4pm CET through Ticketmaster Spain. Platinum tickets will be sold for €30.00, with Gold at €20.00, and Silver at €15.00.
Semifinals will be held from November 2-3 at the Palacio Vistalegre in Madrid, Spain. Tickets are available for purchase on August 30, at 4pm CET. Platinum tickets will cost €35.00, with Gold at €25.00, and Silver at €20.00.
The grand final through which the 2019 world champion shall be decided is being hosted at the AccorHotels in Paris, France on November 10. Tickets for the finals will be made available at a later date than tickets for all previous rounds of the tournament. These tickets will be presented through AccorHotels Arena Tickets on September 16 at 4:00pm CET. Platinum level tickets will be sold for €80.00, with Gold at €60.00, and Silver at €40.00.
Despite complaints regarding delays in the distribution of this information in 2018, ticketing and scheduling information has been released even later this year than before. With League of Legends playing host to an international community, it is worrying for many to see the apparent lack of foresight coming from Riot’s booking team. Many would-be attendees missed the 2018 World Championship due to the delay in information around attendance being made clear, and this could again be the case in 2019.