LoL All-Star Event 2019 participants, schedule announced

By Marta Juras


Nov 30, 2019

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Riot Games has shared some details on the 2019 League of Legends All-Star Event, including the schedule and full list of participants. Additionally, the developer has also prepared an official song for the event.

Just like previous years, All-Star 2019 will feature a one-on-one tournament and a variety of show matches. Teamfight Tactics will also be with a charity tournament being organized for the tournament.

Tyler1, Faker, and Doinb to participate at 2019 LoL All-Star Event

Riot is bringing over 60 pro players and a number of influencers from the League scene to the relaxing, fun event. Fans had a chance to vote on which players will represent their regions as all-stars, while Riot has directly invited the rest.

The LoL Championship Series is sending Zach “Sneaky” Scuderi along with two South Korean LCS players. There will also be popular streamers such as Tyler “tyler1” Steinkamp and Hammoudi “Yassuo” Abdalrhman, among others.

2019 Worlds runner-up and winner of the 2018 All-Star one-on-one tournament Rasmus “Caps” Winther will be representing the LoL European Championship again this year. He will be joined by his teammate Marcin “Jankos” Jankowski, and other popular players and personalities.

Chinese fans chose reigning world champion Kim “Doinb” Tae-sang as one of their all-stars, while LCK fans rightly backed legendary mid laner Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok.

The event will feature one-on-one, regional matches, and TFT charity tournament

All-Star 2019 is starting on December 5 with an action-packed first day that will see the start of the 32-player one-on-one tournament and a fun, ultra rapid-fire mode competition. 

The regional rivalry showmatch of the day will see North Americans facing Europeans. There will also be TFT tournaments where League pro players and challenger TFT players will compete for charities of their choice across all three days.

The second day will have a competition in tandem mode and a showdown match, along with the continuation of the one-on-one and TFT tournaments. China and Korea will clash on December 6 as well.

Everything will culminate on the last day. There will be a one-on-one final, TFT competition finals, and another showdown match happening together with more URF and tandem mode competitions.

The event will be held in the HyperX Esports Arena in Las Vegas. Fans that can’t attend will be able to follow across Riot’s official streaming channels. The full list of participants and event schedule are available here.


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