League of Legends MidSeason Invitational 2024: Details and Ticket Information


  • Riot Games announces the League of Legends MidSeason Invitational in Chengdu, China, with increasing ticket prices for May.
  • The winner of MSI gets a direct ticket to the World Championship but must also qualify for the Playoffs in their region.
  • Play-in and Bracket stages feature teams from major and minor regions in a double-elimination format, with tickets from ¥288 to ¥1388.

The world’s top esports has just been announced by Riot Games, the League of Legends Midseason Invitational (MSI), to be hosted in Chengdu, China, in May 2019. This tournament is expected to give the best teams in the world a chance to flaunt their skills in a unique format and increase the stakes.

Format overview

The MSI will feature teams from various regions battling it across multiple stages. The most exciting phases of the tournament include play-in, bracket, and grand finals. Interestingly, having its debut appearance in MSI history this year, the winning team has a chance to get a direct ticket to the World Championship in London. But, a trap exists so that the winning team must get qualified painlessly through the championship tournament in their region, guaranteeing they are always on top of their game preceding Worlds.

A representative of all major regions will be accorded a place at the tournament, including the Chinese LPL, the South Korean LCK, the North American LCS, and the European LEC. The other half from each Latin American LAC, the Brazilian CBL, the Pacific PCSL, and the Vietnamese VCS will also join the competition. There is one slot positioned for Worlds Over and Above for this as well, and with the best region at the Mid-Season Invitational, these can be won by the region of the two participating teams at the top.

Play-In Stage

The Play-In Stage from the 1st to the 5th of May will fire off the season with double-elimination bracket competitions involving the second-place finishers from major regions and players from minor regions. This best-of-three match, stipulating a lady with two, takes place in further stages of the game.

The Bracket Stage period 1, from May 7th to 12th, will be thrilling as play-in finalists deal with the top major region’s first-ranked teams. Next is a second round for the longer creates using the double-elimination bracket format and full five-game series. In the second week of the Bracket States Truly, or May 14 – May 18, you can watch the remaining games and single out the Grand Final.

Ticket sales information

The advance sale of tickets for the MSI event starts on April 1st, 9:00 pm PDT, and April 2nd, 8:00 am CEST, 7:00 am BST, respectively. Prices will vary depending on the stage of the tournament: Prices will vary depending on the stage of the tournament:

Play-In Stage (May 1-5): Tickets cost between 288 Yuan and 428 Yuan (about 335.18 pounds to 519.37 pounds / 413.37 Euros and 604.21 Euros / 430.17 Dollars and 608.81 Dollars).

Week 1 of Bracket Stage (May 7-12): Pricing ranges from ¥268 to ¥798 (lingshao yuan, daogua yu / £30 to £90 / about €35 to €103 / ~$37 to $111).

Week 2 of Bracket Stage (May 14-18): To cover the fair price of the tickets, there will be a slight increase in prices that will range from ¥288 to ¥1088(~£32 to £122 / €37 to €140 / $40 to $151).

Grand Final (May 19): Tickets will be priced from 488 to 1,388 yuan, and the prices vary from £55 to £156 or €63 to €179 or $68 to $192.

It is expected that the Draw Show will take place on April 2 after the end of LPL fixtures, when the brackets of the Play-In Stage will be determined.

The League of Legends MidSeason Invitational event is about to start, and the fans who pinned their hopes on the tournament are gifted with the chance to occupy the front seats at the World Championship to witness the top-ranked teams duel for the prestigious title of the World Championship.

And keep excited for upcoming events since MSI closes in; remember, it will be the time of the year’s esports masterpieces in Chengdu, China.

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