Following the success at Champions Queue Worlds 2022, Champions Queue MSI 2023 will also be kicked off before MSI 2023 takes place.
Champions Queue is known as a playground for exchanges and also a place for players to practice before the international League of Legends tournament takes place. Following the success of Champions Queue Worlds 2022, Champions Queue MSI 2023 will be kicked off by Riot Games before the tournament officially takes place.
Conditions to be granted the right to practice at Champions Queue MSI 2023:
– Teams participating in MSI 2023.
– LEC players in the main lineup.
– ERL players and LEC substitutes are currently at Challenger rank on the official server.
– Players in regions have the right to win tickets to MSI 2023 to “bootcamp” at EMEA.
– ERL players and former pro players reviewed and approved by the EMEA CQ Players Council. It should be noted that a former player must be someone who has played at least 2 seasons in a tournament to have the right to win tickets to MSI).
The time to open the Champions Queue MSI 2023 server will be from April 30 to May 21. However, Champions Queue may close earlier than expected because many players may return home soon, making the training environment less than ideal. Riot Games will review the situation of closing soon if this is the case.
Besides, with the livestream, Riot Games will grant access to Champions Queue MSI 2023 to some content creators around the world so they have the right to livestream matches on this server. But during the broadcast of MSI 2023, it is highly likely that Riot Games will ban the livestream at this time.