TFT Set 6 Challenger Series: Leaderboard and Format

A total of 16 top rankers in North America Total Combat Tactics players competed for places at the upcoming Set Six Gizmos & Gadgets The end of the episode.

Next TFT Patch 12.1, the Set Six NA Challenger Series is the second of three qualifying tournaments leading up to the Mid-Fight Finals, scheduled for February 4-6. North America Region route contains a qualifier of the Challenger Series, along with Piltover and Zaun Cups. A total of 16 players competed in the Challenger Series qualifiers, with first and second places earning invitations to participate. TFT Episode six last part mid-episode.

Unlike the Piltover Cup that preceded it, the Challenger Series format introduced five matches on day one with the top eight moving on to day two. And the second day of the competition was held in a head-to-head format. The final format requires players to reach a point threshold of 24 points, then finish in first place to win. If opponents pass the threshold of not being able to achieve victory, first place will be awarded TFT the player has reached a total of 40 points first.

The first day, January 8

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A total of five games were played over two TFT corridor with the top eight players advancing to day two. Despite the nerf against Urgot in Patch 12.1, the four-price Chemtech / Twinshot Set Six champion is still a solid carry, along with Kai’Sa in the late game. Finishing in the top four across all five games was sètsuko, followed by solid performances by Kiyoon, Soulless, Kurumx and Aesah.

Here are the top eight TFT players advance to day two of the Set Six Challenger Series qualifiers.

  • Setsuko: 41 points
  • Kiyoon: 34 points
  • Soulless: 34 points
  • Kurumx: 32 points
  • Aesah: 32 points
  • SpencerTFT: 31 points
  • SpicyAppies: 29 points
  • Robinsongz: 27 points

Day two, January 9

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Second day of TFT The Challenger Series showcases the top eight players of the day, determining who wins an invitation to the Midmatch Finals through a head-to-head format.

SpicyAppies was the first to cross the point threshold and only missed first place in game five, running Assassins. Five of the eight players passed the points threshold for the sixth game, and it was Aesah claiming the lobby and the Challenger Series title.

Taking second place of the day was tough was SpicyAppies, winning a spot at TFT The final of the set against Aesah. Third is sètsuko with 33 points and Souless with 32 points in total. TFT Set 6 Challenger Series: Leaderboard and Format


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