TFT World Championships for Hardware and Tools: standings, results and schedule

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Eight regions around the world gave their best Teamfight Tactics Players to compete for a total prize pool of $300,000 and the title of World Champion at Gizmos & Gadgets.

set six / 6.5 TFT Gizmos & Gadgets The World Championships featured a total of 32 players competing over three days. Played on the 12.7 patch, there was no room for many of the bottom four positions, with half the field cut each day. Day one and two featured multiple lobbies, with players replanting every three matches. Points are awarded based on placements in the lobby, with the player receiving eight points first and the eighth place receiving only one point.

EMEA has the largest number of representatives in TFT worlds, followed by China, Brazil, North America, and Korea. Each player got their place in Tools and widgets World Championship via regional finals or last chance qualifiers. The games started at 4am GMT each day, with a total of six matches played on the first and second days.

April 29 TFT world ranking

On the first day, 32 players played a total of six games in four lobbies, with the lobbies alternating every three games. The Top 16 qualified for the second day.


Updates to TFT Gizmos & Gadgets The World Championship standings will be updated after each day of the competition.

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