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According to the announcement from Riot Games, the super server of League of Legends in Europe – Champions Queue EMEA will have a season for MSI 2023.
At the last Worlds 2022, League of Legends players participating in this tournament experienced the “super server” in the LCS – Champions Queue North America. According to many gamers, this is the model taken by the LPL tournament as a model to build a super server for China in recent times, the reason is that LPL players are no longer allowed to “tryhard” at Korean rank. like before.
To this day, many fans speculate that in 2023 Western players have also been “disappeared” from the Korean rank, because the EMEA region including Europe, the Middle East and Africa was also launched by Riot Games with the Champions super server. New Queue.
According to an announcement from Riot Games, the Champions Queue EMEA server will be launched from January 24 and is expected to have 5 seasons this year:
- Season 1: From January 24 to February 23.
- Season 2: From February 28 to March 31.
- MSI Season: Unknown.
- Season 3: From May 30 to June 30
- Season 4: From 4/7 to 11/8.
As revealed at the beginning of the 2023 season, the MSI 2023 will be held in London, plus the announcement of the MSI season of the Champions Queue EMEA, it is almost certain that this super server will be a training ground for the participating players. attend this year’s MSI.
In addition, Riot Games also offers conditions for League of Legends players who want to practice at this Champions Queue server:
- Player in the LEC main roster.
- Players on the LEC league reserve roster, at least Grandmaster rank or higher in solo queue this season or last season.
- Players in the starting lineup at an ERL-recognized tournament:
- LFL – France.
- Prime League – DACH of Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
- Superliga – Spain.
- TCL – Turkey.
- Ultraliga – Eastern Europe.
- Players who have played for the LEC for at least one season, requiring at least Grandmaster rank or higher in solo queue this season or last season.
Finally, with the arrival of Champions Queue EMEA, many fans speculate that other League of Legends regions will soon have their own super servers.
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