The tournament for lone wolves is back: the League of Legends Red Bull Solo Q

The tournament for lone wolves is back: the League of Legends Red Bull Solo Q

The tournament for lone wolves is back

Red Bull Solo Q, the official 1v1 League of Legends tournament, is finally back. Starting in March, the best amateur players in the world will compete to be crowned lone champions of the Rift and earn a place in League of Legends history.

Red Bull Solo Q 2021 builds on last year's success, which attracted over 80,000 entrants.

Alongside the 2021 competition there will be special appearances from some of the League's biggest stars of Legends, including Eefje "Sjokz" Depoortere, global brand ambassador for Red Bull Solo Q 2021.

Sjokz has been the face of the competition since 2019 and will be part of selected events, from national tournaments to World Final.

Tournament Series Adds New Challenge to League of Legends Format; 1v1 duels in which the player must earn the "First Blood", take down the opponent's tower or reach a score of 100 minions to claim victory.

Red Bull Solo Q 2021 will see more than 30 national tournaments , 10 international qualifiers and a prestigious world final at the end of the year. The 2021 Red Bull Solo Q World Final will be a spectacular live event in Germany; however, the health and safety of the players is the priority and the possibility to play the final live will be subject to change until the last one.






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