League of Legends World Championship event pass hits with Ryze skin

By Melany Moncada


Sep 27, 2019

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The League of Legends Worlds pass is available now.

To celebrate the 2019 League of Legends World Championship, Riot Games released the World pass and missions. Players from around the world can enjoy the event that will be available through November 19.

New skins and rewards with the LoL World Championship pass


The World Championship event started on September 26 with a pass that goes for 1,650 RP, or roughly $12. Purchasing the World Championship pass grants one commemorative icon, 200 Worlds 2019 tokens, and four Worlds 2019 orbs.

The World Championship pass unlocks a series of milestones. Players receive five points for every victory and two points per defeat. There are five milestones to reach and the prizes include prestige points, little legends eggs, Worlds 2019 orbs, gemstones, and more.

Players earn Worlds 2019 tokens after every game no matter the game mode of their choosing. Using tokens, players can purchase exclusive items like Valiant Sword Riven’s prestige edition, prestige points, little legends eggs, skin chromas, emotes, orbs, and icons.

The update also included Championship Ryze and team supporter bundles. 25% of the proceeds from the skin will go to the teams competing at the tournament. 50% of the proceeds from the supporter bundles will go to the teams.

League of Legends added three new skins to the Immortal Journey collection: Majestic Empress Morgana, Splendid Staff Nami, and Valiant Sword Riven. Ashe, Darius, and Hecarim will join the High Noon collection with a new set of skins available on October 10.

Players who don’t buy the World Championship pass can still earn tokens by completing a set of missions. If the player completes all of the missions for the event, they will receive 400 tokens and one additional orb. More items will be added to the shop throughout the event.

The 2019 League of Legends World Championship starts on October 2 with the play-in stage, and you can check out all of the teams competing here.


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