Here are the Day 1 Runeterra Reforged TFT World Championship scores and standings.

The Set 9 Teamfight Tactics (TFT) world championship has begun! The 32 competitors vying for a world title completed their first six games. They will play another six games tomorrow to determine the top 8 finalists for the last day of competition.

China (CN) and North America (NA) proved once again why they are considered the two best regions in competitive TFT. China ended the day with four players in the top 6, extended to five players in the top 10. North America was not too far behind with two players in the top 3, extended to four players in the top 16. There are familiar faces from other regions all around, but another thing to note is Korea's (KR) resurgence with two players in the top 8 as well. Nobody is safe or eliminated after today's games, but here is how all the scores shook out after Day 1.

Runeterra Reforged Championship scores for the top 16 players after Day 1 (Image via Riot Games)
Runeterra Reforged Championship scores for the top 16 players after Day 1 (Image via Riot Games)

TFT World Championship scores: Notable player scores from Day 1

  • Beta, China's (CN) mobile regional champion topped Day 1 in 1st place.
  • Wasianiverson, representing North America (NA) and the North American Regional Finals champion, concluded the day in second place.
  • Title, Japan's (JP) regional champion ended the day in 11th place.
  • Honglian, China's (CN) Set 8 regional champion, finished the day in 13th place.
  • Ego Illusions, Brazil's (BR) regional champion, rounded out the day in 16th place.
Players in 17th to 32nd place after Day 1 (Image via Riot Games)
Players in 17th to 32nd place after Day 1 (Image via Riot Games)

Other notable player scores from Day 1

  • Cosmo, Korea's (KR) regional champion, is in 23rd place.
  • Ace, China's (CN) PC regional champion, is in 25th place.
  • DarkHydra, Europe, Middle East, and Africa's (EMEA) regional champion, is in 26th place.
  • TexSummers, who went from 25th on Day 1 to top 8 at last set's world championships, finds himself at 29th place.

The official breakdown of all the scores by lobby can be found here. Any additional statistics including region and portal data can be found here as well.

TFT worlds format

The Runeterra Reforged Championship will take place across three days, with all the competitors guaranteed to play on the first two days. This is a continuation of the previous championship format. Players receive 8/7/6/5/4/3/2/1 points for first through eighth place respectively. Competitors will play on patch 13.21.

Day 1

  • All 32 players split into four lobbies and play six games in total
  • Lobbies shuffle every two games
  • All players compete Day 2 and points from Day 1 carry over

Day 2

  • All 32 players split into four lobbies and play six games in total
  • Lobbies shuffle every two games
  • Top 8 players in points after Day 1 and 2 advance to Day 3

Day 3

  • Points reset, checkmate format
  • Runeterra Reforged Champion will be the first player to reach 20 points and then win a game

Runeterra Reforged Championship TFT worlds prize pool

Set 9 Championship prize pool (Image via Riot Games)
Set 9 Championship prize pool (Image via Riot Games)

The prize pool is the same as the one for the Monster's Attack Championship. Here is the distribution of the $456,000 USD prize pool.

Placement
Prize Money
1$150,000
2$75,000
3$25,000
4$20,000
5$14,000
6$13,000
7$12,000
8$11,000
9-10$10,000
11-12$9,000
13-14$8,000
15-16$7,000
17-18$6,000
19-20$5,500
21-22$5,000
23-24$4,500
25-26$4,000
27-28$3,500
29-30$3,000
31-32$2,500

Where to watch the Runeterra Reforged Championship

Tune in to the official TFT YouTube or Twitch channels between Nov. 3 and Nov. 5, starting at 6 a.m. PT each day!

You can find all of the official details about the tournament here.

Stay tuned to esports.gg for the latest TFT news and updates.

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