Team Liquid's TFT Galaxy Qualifier

May 14 2020

Team Liquid is no stranger to generating fandom through competitions.

This past year alone we have hosted over 400 digital competitions for various games, have compiled over 10,000 tournament sign-ups, and have grown two competitive discords to over 100,000 members.

This time, we welcome the TFT world to the Liquid Galaxy Qualifier Series, presented by Jersey Mike’s.

From May 16th to July 12th we will be running a tournament each weekend that will culminate in a streamed final event.

The winner of each weekly tournament will receive an invite to the final event along with a Jersey Mike’s sub delivered to their home. So don’t just bring your best strats - make sure you also have a list of ingredients ready for the perfect sub.

The winner of the final event will get an invitation to the Galaxies NATFT Championship.

You can tune in to on July 26th to watch the finals live!

Tournament Format

The tournaments will follow the same format each week. Using the Liquid Tactics discord server the match channels will be automatically created with all 8 members of the lobby.

When it comes to scoring, the verification will be automatic but should the need arise users can ping a moderator if they need help or if there is a conflict.

Round 1 - (256 players/32 lobbies/bo1): Top 4 from each lobby receive 1/2/3/4 points based on placement(4th-1st). Top 128 in overall points move on to Round 2.

Round 2 - (128 players/16 lobbies/bo1): Top 8 from each lobby move on and receive 0/0/1/2/3/4/5/6 points based on placement(8th-1st). Top 64 in overall points move on to Round 3.

Round 3 - (64 players/8 lobbies/bo1): Players receive 0/1/2/3/4/5/6/7 points based on placement(8th-1st). Top 32 in overall points move on to Round 4.

Round 4 - (32 players/4 lobbies/bo1): Players receive 0/2/3/4/5/6/7/8 points based on placement(8th-1st). Top 16 in overall points move on to semi finals

Round 5 - (16 players/2 lobbies/bo1): Players receive 0/3/4/5/6/7/8/9 points based on placement(8th-1st). Top 8 in overall points move on to finals.

Finals - (8 players/1 lobby/bo3): Points reset from previous day. Players will play 3 seperate TFT matches and receive 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8 points based on placement in each game. Point standings after the 3rd game determines overall placement. In the event of a tie in points after the finals, the players who finished higher in the final round will win the tie.

You can sign up now at The first LGQ tournament will be held on Saturday, May 16 with a prize pool of $1,000 so sign up today! The first step is joining the discord.

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