The top eight finalists have secured their spot to compete for the title!

The Monsters Attack! Championship finalists have been determined after twelve games of competition! Who maintained their lead over the field from day one? Which players overcame shaky starts and performed on day two? Read on to find out!

Final fight of Monsters Attack! Championship Day 2 (Video via Riot Games)

Monsters Attack! Championship finalists

Monsters Attack! Championship finalists (Image via Riot Games)
Monsters Attack! Championship finalists (Image via Riot Games)

Here are your Monsters Attack! Championship finalists:

  • Setsuko (NA): Best Average Placement after top 2 at North American Regional Finals
  • Rereplay (NA): 2nd at North American Regional Finals
  • Flancy (CN): 2nd at China Regional Finals
  • SVM YBY1 (SEA): Eastern Last Chance Qualifier Winner
  • Binteum (KR): Winner of East Asian Finals
  • Enzo (EMEA): 4th at Europe, Middle East, and Africa Regional Finals
  • Shimapen (JP): 3rd at East Asian Finals
  • TexSummers (LATAM): 2nd at Latin American Regional Finals

Monsters Attack! Championship Day 2 Scores

Monsters Attack! Championship scores for the top 16 players after Day 2 (Image via Riot Games)
Monsters Attack! Championship scores for the top 16 players after Day 2 (Image via Riot Games)

At the top end, North America continued to dominate on Day 2, as Setsuko and Rereplay secured 1st and 2nd in overall points respectively. North America is the only region with two players in the finals while six different regions have one representative in the top eight. The defending region in China will have all their hopes on continuing their world dominance in Teamfight Tactics riding on Flancy's shoulders.

Southeast Asia's first showing in a TFT world championship has a finalist in SVM YBY1. Japan's Shimapen and and Latin America's TexSummers both had incredible performances to bounce back from their first day of competition. TexSummers claimed a first in their final day of the game in order to win the tiebreaker for the final spot in the top eight.

You can find the full details on scores from Day 1 and 2 here.

Format

Points are distributed from 8/7/6/5/4/3/2/1 for first through eighth place respectively. Games are being played on patch 13.10.

The Monsters Attack! Championship finals will feature a different format than the first two days.

Final Day

  • Points reset from Day 1 and 2
  • Checkmate format
  • Monsters Attack: Champion will be the first player to reach 18 points and then win a game

Monsters Attack! Championship Prize pool

All 32 players will have a cut of the $456,000 USD prize pool. Below is the distribution of the prize pool for the top eight players:

  • 1st: $150,000
  • 2nd: $75,000
  • 3rd: $25,000
  • 4th: $20,000
  • 5th: $14,000
  • 6th: $13,000
  • 7th: $12,000
  • 8th: $11,000

How to watch the finals of the Monsters Attack! Championship

You can watch the Monsters Attack! Championship on the Teamfight Tactics Twitch channel. Catch the finals tomorrow May 28 at 4 a.m. PDT!

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