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The League of Legends All-Star 2018: What We Know So Far

Worlds 2018 is over, the grind for end-of-season rewards is over – what's next for us Summoners?

It's the League of Legends All-Star 2018!

Our favorites, all in one tournament.

The League of Legends All-Star 2018 is having a new format this year.

Five formats are set to follow the All-Star 2018, namely: 1v1 tournament, Charity 2v2 tournament, regional rivalry show matches, an East vs West showdown, and mixed-team alternate game modes.

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64 All-Stars divided into 14 teams will be participating in this friendly tournament. Aside from the pro players, we will also be seeing League Partners on the Rift.

The League of Legends All-Star 2018 will be taking action from December 6 to December 8, 2018 at the Esports Arena over at Las Vegas, USA.

The All-Star Invitees

Over on Twitter, we have been seeing announcements by pro players getting invited by Riot to participate in the All-Star 2018.

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We have a much-anticipated SKT reunion as former team member Peanut gets to attend the event.

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Team Vitality's mid-laner Jizuke has also been invited by Riot Games despite failing to qualify in the fan voting.

Aside from these two, Worlds 2018 champions Rookie and Ning from Invictus Gaming have also received invites and will be playing at the All-Star 2018.

LoL Esports claims this season as the "best All-Star Event ever" with all the participants and the format of the tournament. Catch all the action as it gets streamed live on twitch.tv/ riotgames.


MN | Tin

MN | Tin

Casual among all casuals. A Summoner by heart. When she’s not doing anything, Tin daydreams about the bustling streets of Shibuya, the little town of Omorimachi, and everything in between.

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