League of Legends All-Star event returns to Las Vegas for 2019

Melany Moncav • September 17, 2019 11:24 am

The 2019 League of Legends All-Star event will return to Las Vegas in December.

2019 LoL All-Star event reunites the most popular pro players and personalities in the League of Legends community. The three-day event includes exciting game modes, charity competitions, and for the first time, a Teamfight Tactics competition.

LoL All-Stars takes over Las Vegas again


Between December 5 and 7, the Esports Arena in Las Vegas will be the stage for the 2019 LoL All-Star. Like every year, the fans will get to vote for their favorite players from every region. This year, Riot Games will extend an invitation to personalities from all of the game’s regions.

Pro players, Riot partners, and influencers will compete in the All-Star 1v1 Tournament, TFT tournament, 5v5 Summoner’s Rift, show matches, URF mode, and tandem mode.

This is the first TFT competition organized by Riot Games. Earlier this year, TFT became a permanent mode in League of Legends. Since its inception in the LoL universe, TFT has received multiple updates and continues to receive new champions. The game developed an entire independent community of players and content creators focused solely on TFT. Riot Games will highlight those creators by making them a part of the All-Stars event.

Voting will open in the next seven days. Fans can pick two pro players from their region. If they choose to vote for a player from other regions, their votes will be weighted to make up no more than 20% of the total votes in said region. This way, each region’s own fans will be most responsible for deciding who advances to the All-Star event.

LoL All-Stars is the final event of the year for League of Legends. It reunites the audience’s favorite personalities in one fun and informal event. Riot Games will add six invitees once the voting is done, and these players will most likely be among those that shine at the 2019 LoL World Championship.

The World Championship will run from October 2 to November 10. The players will have some time to recharge before All-Stars begins on December 5.


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