If you enjoy competitive esports, and happen to like Teamfight Tactics, you’re in for a treat this Friday as it’s time for the Rising Legends finals. If you’re unfamiliar with Teamfight Tactics Rising Legends, it’s a competitive circuit for the auto chess battler, and it’s for EMEA players – Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Of all the players that have taken part in the first season of Teamfight Tactics Rising Legends, just five will qualify for TFT Gizmos & Gadgets Championship after the finals conclude. The circuit began in November 2021, with thousands of players throwing their hats into the ring, competing in the Superbrawl, ranked ladder, and the Golden Spatula Cups, as well as its open qualifiers.
“The first year of Rising Legends has provided players and fans in the EMEA region with a meeting point for all things competitive TFT, and I’m looking forward to continuing our celebration with the TFT World Championship and the launch of Set 7,” EMEA TFT Esports product lead Max Wischow says.
When do the Teamfight Tactics Rising Legends finals begin?
The finals kick off on March 25 and run until March 27, with the best players taking home a share of the €20,000 prize pool. Make sure you tune into the offical Teamfight Tactics Twitch channel, if you want to watch the event.
Should you be new to Teamfight Tactics, it’s worth taking a look at our TFT tier list to discover which champions are worth your time. We also have a TFT comps guide, so you know which builds to consider for the latest set.
For more great games like Teamfight Tactics, make sure you check out our picks for the best auto chess games on mobile. If you enjoy TFT, you’ll probably enjoy other Riot games, such as League of Legends: Wild Rift and Legends of Runeterra.