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The Remix Rumble Championship has been announced

The Set 10 TFT World Championship is scheduled to kick off on March 1

The Remix Rumble Championship, or the world championship for Teamfight Tactics (TFT) Set 10, has been officially announced! Between March 1 and 3, the top 32 players from around the world will battle it out on the convergence to see who is the Remix Rumble world champion. Here's everything you need to know.

Remix Rumble Championship regional qualification

Set 10 Remix Rumble Championship regional seed information (Image via Riot Games)
Set 10 Remix Rumble Championship regional seed information (Image via Riot Games)

Above is the seed distribution for each region at Set 10's TFT world championship. Japan (JP) representative Title won the previous global championship, securing an extra third slot for JP. North America (NA) is back down to four slots from the five they received in Set 9 for having a representative win the Set 8 world championship. The remaining regional representative slots have not changed.

Format

The Remix Rumble 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 14.4, which releases on Feb. 22.

Day 1

  • All 32 players split into four lobbies and play six games in total
  • Lobbies shuffle every two games
  • All players compete on 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 eight players in points after Day 1 and Day 2 advance to the Final Day

Final Day

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

Remix Rumble Championship prize pool

Set 10 Remix Rumble Championship prize pool (Image via Riot Games)
Set 10 Remix Rumble Championship prize pool (Image via Riot Games)

The prize pool is the same as both Monsters Attack and Runeterra Reforged. 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

Upcoming changes after Remix Rumble Championship

Title, Set 9 Runeterra Reforged world champion (Image via Riot Games)
Title, Set 9 Runeterra Reforged world champion (Image via Riot Games)

In addition to releasing the seeds, dates, prize pool, and format for the Remix Rumble Championship, Riot had a special update in their announcement. Starting in Set 11, the previous world championship winner will automatically qualify to the world championship as long as they qualify for their respective regional finals. This will allow world champions to defend their title the following year.

You can find all the official details about the Remix Rumble Championship here.

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