Legends of Runeterra's Europe tournaments continue! Last November team Portugal was crowned as champions in Chronicles of Targon, and now 16 hopeful countries tackle the next iteration of the tournament series after a grueling ladder qualification period. You can find everything you need to know below.

The Teams

The qualification was based on the top 16 ladder players from different nations with each team consisting of three highest ranked players of the country. Additionally, qualified countries were required to have at least two players at Masters rank. Defending champions Portugal almost missed the tournament but managed to qualify in the very last minute, leaving out Greece. Even the top countries like Germany and UK have seen a complete overhaul as both teams have three new players compared to November's lineup.

Group AGroup BGroup CGroup D

* Newcomers (the country did not qualify to Chronicles of Targon)

You can find the full player lineups here.

The Format

If you remember how things worked in November, you'll find the format quite easy to follow despite some minor changes.

  • Each team submits 7 different decks each week.
    • A specific champion can only be used in two different decks.
    • A maximum of 2 no-Champion decks can be submitted.
  • Two Champions are banned before each match by each team.
    • Every deck from the opposing team using that Champion gets banned.
    • Only the Champions and regions of each deck are revealed to the opposing team.
    • Teams can choose to ban one no-Champion deck instead of a Champions if they want to.
  • The teams play a best-of-three Conquest match with the remaining decks.

You can find the full tournament rules here.

Stream Schedule

The group stage matches will be streamed on Saturdays and Sundays during the next three weeks, starting at the same time on both days.

West Coast


East Coast







Watch Live

The tournament will be streamed on Legends of Runeterra's official Twitch channel.