League Of Legends All-Star Event 2019: Where and when to watch
ASE 2018 Day 1 at the HyperX Esports Arena at the Luxor in Las Vegas, Nevada, on 6 November 2018. LoL Esports

What’s a better way to end the season than with the League of Legends All-Star Event? This year, the fun event will feature some of the world’s best League of Legends pro players in a less competitive series than MSI or Worlds. All-Stars is a great way for fans and players to fill the time between the end of Worlds and the new year — and it all starts on Dec. 5, 2019.

What is the All-Star Event?

Previously shared by the League Of Legends esports staff, some more info was released on what the event offers: “The 2019 All-Star Event is a celebration that brings the best professional players and the biggest personalities from League of Legends together for a three-day event featuring competitive tournaments, charity events, and unique game modes.”

Along with Rift Rival tournaments, Ultra Rapid Fire mode, 1v1s, and competitive team matches, they continue to share that Teamfight Tactics will also be a part of the event.

Who’s participating?

The event includes 64 “All-Stars” including two pros from each esports region, six pro players chosen by Riot after fan-voting ends, League Partners that include streamers and prominent members, and more. A few of the many notable personalities involved will be Tyler1, Scarra, Disguised Toast, and RedMercy. The popular NA ADC Zachary “Sneaky” Scuderi will also partake in the event, as will Korea’s Lee “Faker” Sang-Hyeok. The full list of participants can be found on the official League of Legends event page. These participants are initially brought in through a voting system. Fans are allowed to vote for up to two professional players from each region.

The event schedule

As the event is split into three days, the schedule for these days are as follows:

Day 1

4:00 PM PT – URF Mode Competition
5:00 PM PT – 1v1 Tournament – Round of 32 – Pt. 1
6:00 PM PT – TFT Legends Competition
7:00 PM PT – 5v5 Showdown Match – NA vs EU
8:00 PM PT – TFT LoL Esports Pros Competition
9:00 PM PT – 1v1 Tournament – Round of 32 – Pt. 2

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Day 2

4:00 PM PT – Tandem Mode Competition
5:00 PM PT – 1v1 Tournament – Round of 16
6:00 PM PT – TFT Legends Competition
7:00 PM PT – 5v5 Showdown Match CN vs KR
8:00 PM PT – TFT LoL Esports Pros Competition
9:00 PM PT – 1v1 Tournament – Round of 8
9:30 PM PT – 5v5 Showdown Match’

Day 3

4:00 PM PT – Tandem Mode Competition
5:00 PM PT – 1v1 Tournament – Semifinal (2x Bo3)
6:00 PM PT – TFT LoL Esports Pros Finals
7:00 PM PT – 5v5 Showdown Match
8:00 PM PT – URF Mode Competition
9:00 PM PT – TFT Legends Competition Finals
9:30 PM PT – 1v1 Tournment – Finals (1x Bo3)

And a theme song?

To add on, Riot Games has revealed the official theme song for the League of Legends All-Star Event 2019. This song, “Start It Up” featuring Prblm Chld and new.wav, has over 250,000 YouTube views already. Written by the Riot Music Team, it’s definitely an energetic tune to introduce the beginning of the event.

How can I watch?

Finally, the All-Star Event 2019 will take place from Dec. 5 to Dec. 7 at the HyperX Arena in Las Vegas. Fans are able to watch the games happen in real time by streaming on the official League of Legends esports site.

Are you excited to watch the games begin? Let us know in the comments, and don’t forget to follow Daily Esports for all of your League of Legends news!

Carly Soba
Digital artist, bunny mom, and avid League of Legends fan.

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