All-Star Las Vegas 2019 TFT Event

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TFT at All-Star Las Vegas 2019
All-Star 2019 Logo.png
Tournament Information
OrganizerRiot Games
Sponsor(s)Red Bull
State Farm
Oppo
Secret Lab
FormatBracket (2 Divisions)
Location & Dates
Region
INT
 International
Event TypeOffline
CountryUnited States United States
AddressESports Arena Las Vegas
Luxor Hotel & Casino
Las Vegas, Nevada

For the non-TFT portion of All-Star Las Vegas 2019, refer to All-Star Event 2019 on the main League wiki.

All-Star Las Vegas 2019 is the first global League event to have an announced Teamfight Tactics component. Since 2013, it has pitted distinguished and popular players (which recently was expanded to include influencers as well as current League pro gamers) from regions across the world in competitive and fun modes. In September 2019, it was announced that the 2019 event would include a TFT component with top players and influencers.[1] More details to follow.

Overview[edit | edit]

Format[edit | edit]

  • "Legends and Littles" – High-level players are each matched with a less-experienced player (in many cases, a League pro or influencer participating in the non-TFT portion) to coach. Legends and Littles play in separate divisions.
  • 16 players in each division, with two semifinals. Top 4 of each semifinal advance to the final.
  • Prize money goes to charities of the pairs' choices.

Participants[edit | edit]

Partners[edit | edit]

Pairs
Legends Littles
United States Becca Australia Pabu
Canada DisguisedToast TBA
United States dogdog TBA
Spain Evangelion TBA
China Kongmen TBA
China YUyuanyuan TBA
South Korea Dalsam TBA
Vietnam Viruss Vietnam Levi
Brazil Jschritte Brazil Goku

Summoner's Rift Littles[edit | edit]

2019 Team Nat. Player ID Player Name Partner
Cloud9 United States USA Sneaky Zachary Scuderi
SK Telecom T1 South Korea KOR Clid Kim Tae-min
Invictus Gaming South Korea KOR TheShy Kang Seung-lok
Fnatic Belgium BEL Bwipo Gabriel Rau
Gravitas Australia AUS Pabu Jackson Pavone Becca
GAM Esports Vietnam VIE Levi Do Duy Khanh ViruSs
J Team Taiwan TPE FoFo Chu Chun-Lan
Detonation FocusMe Japan JPN Ceros Kyohei Yoshida
Avant Gaming New Zealand NZL Chippys Ryan Short
Unicorns of Love Russia RUS Nomanz Lev Yakshin
Flamengo eSports Brazil BRA Goku Bruno Miyaguchi Jschritte
Liyab Esports Philippines PHI Exosen Eric Allen Gubatan
All Knights Chile CHI Plugo Joaquin Jose Perez

Results[edit | edit]

Day 1[edit | edit]

1st Littles Semifinal
PlPlayer
1JapanCeros
2VietnamLevi
3United StatesSneaky
4South KoreaClid
5AustraliaPabu
6New ZealandChippys
7TaiwanFoFo
8RussiaNomanz

Day 2[edit | edit]

2nd Legends Semifinal
PlPlayer
1ChinaXiao Ze
2BrazilJschritte
3ChinaHonglian
4South KoreaJinsol
5United StatesScarra
6United StatesHafu
7FranceNarkuss
8TurkeyLevo
2nd Littles Semifinal
PlPlayer
1MexicoTio Feeder
2South KoreaTheShy
3GermanySologesang
4BelgiumBwipo
5ChilePlugo
6PhilippinesExosen
7PolandLothar
8BrazilGoku

Media[edit | edit]

Streams[edit | edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit | edit]

  • Casters
    • United States Sam "Kobe" Hartman-Kenzler
    • United States Mark "MarkZ" Zimmerman
    • Poland Jacob "Lothar" Szygulsi
    • United States Joshua "Jatt" Leesman
    • United States Daniel Drakos
  • Interviewer – United States James "Dash" Patterson


References[edit | edit]

  1. 2019 All-Star Event Announcement League of Legends Nexus