League of Legends Worlds 2020 milestone missions and battle pass rewards guide

The League of Legends 2020 Worlds Championship is here, and that means the return of the Worlds event as well as the Worlds Pass. The new battle pass unlocks a ton of new milestone missions and token rewards. Free-to-play players also have something to look forward to, as there are a slew of new missions that don’t require a Worlds pass purchase. Check out our free-to-play Worlds missions guide for more information.

As of October 1, players can purchase the 2020 Worlds Pass for 1,650 RP. This Pass will feature 200 tokens for the Worlds 2020 event, as well as four Worlds 2020 loot orbs. As always, the pass also comes with a ton of milestone missions that give many epic rewards. This time around, Riot truly has gone all out, introducing 30 milestone missions for the first time, up from the usual 20 missions per pass.

There is also a bigger Worlds Pass Bundle available for 2,650 RP. This bundle includes everything in the first pass, as well as the awesome new Dragonmancer Sett skin and the accompanying player icon and loading screen border. Both pass bundles will be available for purchase until November 9.

Token Rewards

As is tradition with League of Legends battle pass events, the new Worlds pass gives players access to free token rewards on every game played. There is no limit on how many tokens you can farm by completing any PvP games in Summoner’s Rift, URF, ARAM, or TFT.

Objective Reward
Win a matchmade PvP Summoner’s Rift match 10 Tokens
Lose a matchmade PvP Summoner’s Rift match 5 Tokens
Win a matchmade PvP ARAM match 6 Tokens
Lose a matchmade PvP ARAM match 3 Tokens
Win a matchmade Pick Urf match 6 Tokens
Lose a matchmade Pick Urf match 3 Tokens
Win a Teamfight Tactics match (Rank 1 or 2) 8 Tokens
Win a Teamfight Tactics match (Rank 3 or 4) 6 Tokens
Lose a Teamfight Tactics match (Rank 5 or 6) 4 Tokens
Lose a Teamfight Tactics match (Rank 7 or 8) 2 Tokens

Weekly Win Missions

Players that purchase the Worlds 2020 pass can also get a massive amount of Worlds tokens just by simply playing the game. Whether you’re completing games in Pick Urf, ARAM, Summoner’s Rift, or TFT, you’ll be accumulating points towards the Weekly missions regardless of wins or losses. Each win in any of the four game modes will award 5 mission points, while each loss will award 2 points.

Missions Reward
Week 1: Score 35 Points 215 Tokens
Week 2: Score 35 Points 215 Tokens
Week 3: Score 35 Points 215 Tokens
Week 4: Score 35 Points 215 Tokens
Week 5: Score 60 Points 365 Tokens

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Milestone Missions

Finally, the Worlds pass gives players access to a whopping 30 milestone missions this time around. This is the first time that a League of Legends event pass has come with more than 20 missions. Similar to the weekly win missions discussed in the previous section, Milestone missions accrue points with every game played, giving players 5 points for a win, and 2 for a loss. Furthermore, these missions are all sequential, meaning the first needs to be completed before the second becomes active.

The full list of missions and rewards is below, including multiple loot chests, icons, and 50 prestige tokens!

Pass Milestone Reward
Milestone 1 Dragonmancer icon
Milestone 2 10 Prestige Points
Milestone 3 1500 BE
Milestone 4 10 Win XP Boost
Milestone 5 Dragonmancer Ward Skin
Milestone 6 10 Prestige Points
Milestone 7 Random Champion Shard
Milestone 8 1 Hextech Key
Milestone 9 Masterwork Chest
Milestone 11 2020 Odyssey Icon
Milestone 12 10 Prestige Points
Milestone 13 750 OE
Milestone 14 1 Gemstone
Milestone 15 Random Ward Skin
Milestone 16 Worlds 2020 Orb
Milestone 17 Eternals Capsule
Milestone 18 1 Hextech Key
Milestone 19 Masterwork Chest
Milestone 20 Emote: Hmm
Milestone 21 K/DA 2020 Icon
Milestone 22 10 Prestige Points
Milestone 23 750 OE
Milestone 24 10 Win XP Boost
Milestone 25 K/DA Ward
Milestone 26 1500 BE
Milestone 27 Premium Clash Ticket
Milestone 28 10 Prestige Points
Milestone 29 1 Gemstone
Milestone 30 Emote: Sorry Not Sorry

Watching Worlds

The League of Legends World Championship has already started, and interested fans can view the matches on the official LoL esports website. On top of all of the above missions, there are several new rewards tied to the returning Pick’em event. Check out our Worlds Pick’em guide for more information.

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