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Gizmos and Gadgets World Championship: How to Watch, Format, Teams, Prize Pool

Gizmos and Gadgets World Championship
Gizmos and Gadgets World Championship / Photo courtesy of Riot Games

League of Legends players are excited for the Gizmos and Gadgets World Championship.

There's a lot on the line for players to become Teamfight Tactic's first Gizmos and Gadgets champion. Here's how to watch, the format, teams, and prize pool included in the Gizmos and Gadgets World Championship.

Gizmos and Gadgets World Championship

How to Watch

Tune in to TFT's Twitch streams to watch the tournament on the following days and times:

• April 29th at 2:00 AM PDT
• April 30th at 2:00 AM PDT
• May 1st at 2:00 AM PDT

Format

As a three-day-long competition, the Gizmos and Gadgets World Championship is formatted by points. With each game, players will gain a point amount based on their performance, and they will advance based on the daily total. The point ranking for each game gives the person in first place eight points, the person in eighth place one point, and everyone else their respective points based on that scale.

On day one, the players will be put into lobbies based on their regions. This allows for increased international competition. After the first set of games, they will be put into different lobbies against other competitors, with the top 16 advancing afterwards.

On the second day, the remaining 16 will be split into two more lobbies for three games. Following this, another shuffle will occur and three more games will take place. The top eight players will advance to day three.

Day three looks a bit different. With the eight players competing against each other, the first to reach 18 points in as many games as it takes will be well on their way to becoming the champion. Following this achievement, this player will have to get first place in the next match. After this, they will be crowned the winner of the Gizmos and Gadgets World Championship.

Teams

The teams will change with every lobby according to the format, but the qualified competitors from each region are:

EMEA
KC DOUBLE61
SLY VOLTARIUX
L3S COCO
AEG UN33D
AGO ZBROJSON

China
CN.AHAO
CN.LILUO
CN.XILIGE
CN.KUANGLUAN
CN.LIULI

North America
MILK GUY
LIQUID GOOSE
GUUBUMS
DQA

Korea
DH.CNJ WOOZZUL
DR OH
BULLBO
DH.CNJ DDUDU

Brazil
KDA MATH108
TFX VCLF
BEE KOALA

Latin America
Q1G ALTENAHUE
FAN THE QIQI
SIMPDEMEGUMIN

Japan
TITLE
APA09NEO

Oceania
KNPNGRZ
TXE

Asia Cup
CN.HUANMIE (CN)
AGOTABOY (KR)

Western LCQ
EUSOUOLUCAS
GINGGG

Prize Pool

A total of $300,000 will be given away to the competitors. Here's the breakdown of the prizes and their respective placements:

1- $48,000
2- $32,000
3- $18,000
4- $16,000
5- $14,000
6- $13,000
7- $12,000
8- $11,000
9- $10,000
10- $10,000
11- $9,000
12- $9,000
13- $8,000
14- $8,000
15- $7,000
17- $6,000
18- $6,000
19- $5,500
20- $5,500
21- $5,000
22- $5,000
23- $4,500
24- $4,500
25- $4,000
26- $4,000
27- $3,500
28- $3,500
29- $3,000
30- $3,000
31- $2,500
32- $2,500

In addition to these prizes, the winner of the tournament will be rewarded with a spatula statue plated in 24 karat gold.


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