League of Legends All-Star Event voting has started

Riot Games has opened up voting for the 2019 League of Legends All-Star Event, so fans can show appreciation for their favorite professional players. The voting will last until November 20 at 8 am PST.

2019 All-Star Event voting

Fans interested in participating in the League of Legends All-Star Event voting can vote for up to two professional players from each region. However, players are only eligible for voting if they have played at least five professional matches during the 2019 season. As before, Riot Games is weighting votes in favor of players in their home region. Fans can vote for players in other regions, but these votes will only count for 20% of the total used to determine who will attend.

Some regions have also been excluded from the voting process, due to issues with visa timelines. The voting process is very easy. Fans simply sign in with their League of Legends account, navigate to a region, and click on the player of their choosing. After voting, a percentage is shown so it is easy to tell which player is in the lead. 

League of Legends events

After the voting period ends, two players will be chosen per region, with six more handpicked by Riot Games. The remaining spots of the All-Star Event will be filled with League Partners, content creators and community influencers. These finalists will then compete in events like an All-Star 1v1 Tournament, Teamfight Tactics 5v5 event, Summoner’s Rift show matches, Ultra Rapid Fire mode, and Tandem mode.

This year’s event will be held at the Esports Arena in Las Vegas, between December 5 – 7. Further information about the All-Star rosters for both professional players and content creators will be revealed before the event begins. Who have you voted for? Let us know, and keep up with Daily Esports for all of your League of Legends coverage.

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