Teamfight Tactics Community Tournament

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Be sure to join the Andbox Discord and add the Spring Rally role and the Teamfight Tactics role in order to stay updated with announcements, chat with fellow competitors, and play your games.

Head over to and add the Spring Rally Game Day role by going to #add-role and clicking the graduation cap. You should see Spring Rally Game Day categories added to your view. From there, please add the Teamfight Tactics role in srgd_gameroles.

You only need to register for this tournament once – it may take a few hours to see your name on the participants page.

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Game and Type

League of Legends

Date and Time


1V1 Individual
117/ 128

Teamfight Tactics Community Tournament Presented by KontrolFreek


128 Players will be randomly placed into a group of 8 where they will play 3 games. The 2 players with the most points by the end of those 3 games will move on to the second round. In the instance we field 64 players from check ins, the top 4 players by point total from each group of round 1 will move on to the next round.

In the second round, 32 players will be randomly placed into groups of 8 and will play 3 games in that group.

The top 2 players with the most points will move on to the final group where they will play 4 games to determine the final standings.

In the event of a tie, the player with the most 1st place finishes will be chosen to move on. This process continues for any further ties.

Byes will not take place unless there are 2 or less players in a given group. In the event of a group having between 3 and 7 players, the game will be launched with the missing players. Players from outside the tournament will be placed into the game via TFT’s matchmaking. These players will be treated as if they do not exist for points allotment purposes.

TFTactics extension is legal.

Points earned per round are as shown below:

1st: 12

2nd: 10

3rd: 9

4th: 8

5th: 6

6th: 5

7th: 4

8th: 4


Check In for Tournament 

Players will be accountable for checking in on time and be ready for a match. Check-in begins 1 hour before the first game each phase. Players are expected to warm-up before matches begin. Players who are not ready within 15 minutes of the designated start time will be dropped from the tournament.


Reporting Scores

The 1st or 2nd place players of each game will be responsible for reporting scores to tournament admins online on the Andbox Discord.


To report a score, ping a tournament adming with a screenshot of the match results and the text “final score for group [group name].”


Professional Integrity 

Players are expected to hold a professional attitude in their manners, play, and interactions with other teams. Failure to do so will result in disqualification from tournament if admins deem necessary.



Announcements, questions, results, and everything in between will all be communicated to Tournament Admins via Discord in the Spring Rally Category OR in person during if applicable Tournament Admins are responsible for: 

  • Check-ins
  • Issuing ruling
  • Communicating with players
  • Confirming match results and end of match



Restricted to U.S. residents only.

1st Place: $300

2nd Place: $200

3rd Place: $150

4th Place: $50