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How to compete in the TFT Championship Pick’Ems

By Nicholas James


May 17, 2023

Reading time: 2 min

Riot Games emphasizes esports in all of its video game titles, and its auto-battler is no different with TFT Pick’Ems arriving soon.

Pick’Ems are Riot Games’ favorite way to encourage fans to interact with its major esports tournaments. This is no different for the Monsters Attack championship, the grand final for Teamfight Tactics’ latest set. Here’s how TFT Pick’Ems works and how to participate in it.

TFT Pick’Ems

Pick’Ems are a fan interaction method for major tournaments. They entail fans picking what players or teams they believe will perform best at a given tournament. Those that do well with their predictions are rewarded with prizes, and, most importantly, bragging rights. To compete in the TFT Monsters Attack Pick’Em, go to the official site and log in with your Riot Games ID. From there, you’ll have several categories to pick from, each of which will test your game knowledge and prediction ability in different ways.

The first category is the Crystal Ball, where fans are asked to select the player who they believe will take the entire tournament as the victor. Then you’ll be asked to rank the regions and guess how you think each invited region will fare. The Group Stage will see fans dividing the competing players into four categories based on placing, positions 1-6, 9-16, 17-24, and 25-32. After the second day of Group Stage, fans will be able to predict the exact placings of the final eight competitors. Those that score well will be deluged with TFT eggs, icons, emotes, and more!

Pick’Ems have been specifically made to suit TFT as a game. If you’ve been crushing opponents with everything from Threats to Infiniteam, this is a great opportunity to flex your game knowledge. All you need to do is lock in your picks before the tournament starts and stay updated as it unfolds.


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