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Here’s how to watch TFT Reckoning NA Midset Finale

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A total of 32 tacticians in North America will compete for a seat at the Regional Finals in the Teamfight Tactics Midset Finale. 

Scheduled to take place from July 15 to 18, the TFT Reckoning Midset Finale has a total prize pool of $20,000. A main broadcast of the Worlds qualifier will take place on Riot Games’ Twitch channel, with individual players streaming as well. Players competing in the Midset Finale earned their seats via multiple NA qualifiers during Set Five: Challenger Series, Dawnbringer Cup, and the Nightbringer Cup. 

Who’s competing in the TFT Reckoning NA Midset Finale?

Tacticians competing in the TFT Reckoning NA Midset Finale include veterans like GrandVice8 and a host of new talent. 

Challenger Series

Dawnbringer Cup

Nightbringer Cup

What’s the TFT Midset Finale format?

Similar to previous NA qualifiers, the Reckoning Midset Finale will place the starting 32 tacticians in a total of four lobbies in which the first lobby seating is random. Lobbies are rotated every two games based on total points earned at the TFT Midset Finale. Only 24 players will advance to the second day of competition and a total of eight will compete on day three. 

The top four scoring players following the day three rounds will earn a seat at the North American TFT Regional Finals. 

What’s the TFT Midset Finale point system?

Points are awarded for placing first through eighth during each round of competition. 

  • First: 10 points
  • Second: Eight points
  • Third: Seven points
  • Fourth: Six points
  • Fifth: Four points
  • Sixth: Three points
  • Seventh: Two points
  • Eighth: One point

The NA Regional Finals are scheduled to take place from Sept. 4 to 5, with players competing for a spot at TFT Worlds later this fall. 


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Victory Five fines jungler pzx for not taking Smite in their match against Suning

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LPL continues its tradition of having players who forget to take Smite. After eStar Esports fined jungler Wei last split, Victory Five joined in today with another fine for their jungler Peng “pzx” Zhan-Xiang for failing to take Smite in V5’s series against Suning yesterday.

According to an unofficial translation of an article posted on Weibo by the organization, the player was fined one month’s salary for his mistake and received a warning for his behavior. This situation happened in the LPL repeatedly in recent times, and it’s unclear whether there will be changes to the ruleset to allow for a remake should such a situation arise again.

This win would have been important for the V5 squad, who are currently sitting in the last place without a series win with a score of zero wins and 13 losses. They were close to taking down Suning during the series, but the mistake from the first game was a free loss in the series. With the draft they had, they would have been able to stand a chance against the 2020 world finalists and potentially end their dreadful losing streak.

With three matches left against EDward Gaming, FunPlus Phoenix, and LGD Gaming, it’s unlikely that V5 will be able to pick up a series win and end the regular 2021 LPL Summer Split with a win.


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Source: https://dotesports.com/league-of-legends/news/victory-five-fines-jungler-pzx-for-not-taking-smite-in-their-match-against-suning

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Evil Geniuses partners with UK soccer club Wolves

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North American esports organization Evil Geniuses has revealed a partnership with Premier League soccer club Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, it was announced today.

The partnership will see the Fosun Sports Group, which acquired the Wolves in 2016, make a minority investment in EG, valuing the team at $255 million post-investment. With this deal, Evil Geniuses will be the first esports team with a physical presence in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.

The partnership and investment will enable EG to continue expanding its business into global markets. The deal will also see Wolves branding featured on EG’s uniforms, as well as collaboration to create English and Chinese content, sponsorship opportunities, and jointly branded merchandising.

“We are thrilled to partner with Wolves, a storied football club and strong sports and entertainment brand that aligns with our values and mission,” EG’s CEO Nicole LaPointe Jameson said. “This deal will help power Evil Geniuses’ expansion into the Asian markets while also providing new capital to sign more world-class players and grow into new esports titles.”

This is not the first step for Wolves in esports as the soccer club owns teams in FIFA, Call of Duty Mobile, and Rocket League, which will not be dissolved, according to Wolves Esports’ manager Michael Moriarty.

“Wolves Esports isn’t going anywhere–we’ll still be keeping our presence in China as well as the titles we have based here in Wolverhampton,” he said. “This partnership between the club and EG will benefit all sides, as we grow and develop esports excellence together.”

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Source: https://dotesports.com/business/news/evil-geniuses-partners-with-uk-soccer-club-wolves

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G2 Mikyx: ‘I feel like LCK bot lanes are worse than the LEC and LPL ones’

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G2 Esports’ Mikyx is not impressed with the quality of bot lanes on show in the LCK.

Mikyx did not shy away in an interview with InvenGlobal. When asked about his opinion related to the LPL bottom laners and the bottom laners of DWG KIA after their recent MSI performance, Mikyx had a pretty straightforward opinion.

“Yeah, I feel LCK bot lanes are worse than the LEC and LPL ones. I wasn’t very impressed by anyone there. I think some of the LPL bot lanes are pretty good. I think in Europe you also have some really good bot lanes,” he said. “So I feel like they’re a bit behind.”

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G2’s support believes that DWG KIA and T1 are the only two teams with strong bottom laners in the LCK, with Gen.G, who’ve been losing matches in the past couple of weeks, a distant third. He believes that the LEC has a lot of strong bottom laners, while the mid lane is lacking in that department.

Going into the last matches of the LEC, Mikyx believes that G2 has better individual players and better adaptability compared to other teams in the best-of-five series.

LEC returns this Friday with the last week of the Summer Split regular seasons, where five teams are looking to improve their placement going into playoffs, four teams are battling for the last playoff spot, and one is trying to make their last memory of the organization within the LEC, for now, memorable after they’ve been eliminated from playoff contention.


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BLAST unveils partnership with WePlay for exclusive Russian broadcast

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BLAST Premier has inked a two-year deal with WePlay, another esports tournament organizer, to broadcast its global CS:GO tournament series exclusively in the CIS region.

With this partnership, WePlay will own exclusive Russian language media rights to broadcast the BLAST Premier Fall Groups (Sept. 16 to 26), the BLAST Premier Fall Showdown (Oct. 12 to 17), the BLAST Premier Fall Final (Nov. 24 to 28), the BLAST Premier World Final (Dec. 14 to 19), and the entire 2022 season as well.

The CIS region represents one of BLAST and CS:GO‘s most popular countries for viewership. CS:GO is the second most-watched esport in the region, according to a study by Esports Charts, which reported that the Russian-language esports broadcasts in 2020 had a total of 200 million hours watched, a growth of 10 percent compared to 2019 numbers. The CIS region is the homeground of two of the best CS:GO teams in the world—Natus Vincere, one of BLAST’s partners, and Gambit.

“We’re delighted to welcome WePlay Esports as our latest broadcast partner… WePlay Esports will help to bring the very best of BLAST Premier to Russia for the remainder of the 2021 season and beyond,” said Alexander Lewin, BLAST’s VP of distribution and programming. in the official press release. “BLAST has always enjoyed great support and viewership in the CIS region and we look forward to maintaining our industry leading esports production and entertainment for the community to enjoy.”

BLAST’s portfolio of media right currently stands at over 35 partners and the BLAST Premier circuit is shown in 18 different languages.

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