TFT Set 6: Standings, scores and fixtures

Get a seat at Total Combat Tactics Set 6 mid-final, a total of 32 players compete for an invite to the Set 6.5 Regional Finals.

Taking place from February 4 to 6, players at TFT A mid-set final of six matches over the course of three days. With four invitations to the Episode 6.5 Regional Finals online, and a chance to compete at the Innovator Cup, passing the third day of competition was the goal of all 32 players.

Played on Patch 12.3, the Midway Finals was the last North American tournament to take place in the Sixth Round. Each of the 32 players at the North American Midseason Finals earned their invitations through tournament qualifying points or by finishing top in a TFT Set Six Qualifying Tournament.

Screengrab via Wisdom and Riot Games

Format for dates one and two at TFT Set Six Mid-Set Finale features six games per day, with lobbies being sent back every two games. Each day the field was cut in half, leaving only eight fields until the third day.

Screengrab via Wisdom and Riot Games

Points are awarded to players based on positions in the lobby during each match played on that day and are reset on the next match day.

  • First: 10 points
  • Monday: Eight points
  • Tuesday: Seven points
  • Wednesday: Six points
  • Thursday: Four points
  • Friday: Three points
  • Saturday: Two points
  • Eighth: One point

February 4th

A total of 32 players started the first day at TFT Set Six Mid-Set Finale spans four corridors.

Screengrab via Wisdom and Riot Games

DQA dominated Lobby B in game one with three-star Gold Collector Jhin and sètsuko took first place in Lobby A with carry Chemtech Urgot. Aesah won Hall C and Pawnup took first place in Hall D.

This article will be updated after each round of play in all three days of North America TFT Episode six last part mid-episode. TFT Set 6: Standings, scores and fixtures


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