Dantes’ Challenger Race is here for 2023. It features 19 streamers, one rank, and one player to win it all.
You might have heard about Dantes’ Challenger Race across social media. It's a bet among 19 of the top League of Legends players in North America. Here are the details!
What is Dantes' Challenger Race?
Dantes' Challenger Race is an event among 19 of the top League of Legends players and streamers in North America. The Race to Challenger event will be streamed across the platforms of those involved, and there is a cash prize. Organized by well-known streamer Dantes “Doaenel,” the event promises to have you on the edge of your seat.
The first player to reach rank Challenger will win the event. Although it's a simple concept, it has enough big names to be an exciting event. As a part of the rules, the streamers and players are not allowed to be in a duo. There is also a maximum of a three-minute delay on the streams, and all of the games must be streamed.
As for the cash prize, it's another simple but effective concept. It's the "winner takes the entire pot," which is the amount paid in by all 19 streamers to participate in the event. The prize pool amounts to a total of $9,500.
Who is involved in the Race to Challenger?
Among the 19 streamers involved in the race Race to Challenger are organizer Dantes “Doaenel,” Ashkan “TF Blade” Homayouni, Mohammad "Moe" Abdalrhman, and Bentley “Detention” Kozlowski.
Other streamers for the event include Julian “Tarzaned” Farokhian, Ross “Value247” Luppino, and many more. The trailer shows the full list of those involved in Dantes' Challenger Race.
Where can we watch it?
To follow the games and updates on who is ranked where, head to the official website for the event. The event began on the official website on Jan. 10.
So how do you view ranks? The rank of each participant will be viewable once placements are completed. You can also access individual streams through the event's website.