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Red Bull announces next season of LOL Solo Q

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Red Bull has announced official 1v1 League of Legends (LoL) tournament for players around the world, Red Bull Solo Q, starts online this spring.

Last year Red Bull Player One – saw 25,000 registrants from 29 countries battling for the title. This year they are expecting have 35 national qualifiers and finals starting from 16 April to 6 December 2020.

This season the tournament comes with a twist, where the players will compete in a bracket of 1v1 duels. To win the duels the player needs to earn ‘first blood’, destroy the opponent’s tower or reach 100- minions score.

Each national winners will proceed to the Regional Finals or directly to the Red Bull Solo Q World Finals. The winner of Red Bull Solo Q will also get to experience the 2020 League of Legends All-Star Event. Top athletes, influencers and many more well-known faces from the LoL scene will also make special appearances throughout the tournament.

Structure and how to sign up

There are three stages of the Red Bull Solo Q tournament: National Qualifiers & Finals, Regional Finals and World Finals. Additional International Online Qualifiers and a Last-Chance Qualifier will be held leading into the World Finals as well.

Qualifiers will start on 16 April 2020. For Registration click here.

Requirements to participate
  • You must be at least 16 years old to compete.
  • You’re only allowed to participate in one country’s qualifier. (you can retry in the International Online Qualifiers or the Last-Chance Qualifier, though)
  • You have to hold valid travel documents.
  • You must have a League of Legends account in good standing

The World Finals of Red Bull Solo Q will be hosted in Germany and can be expected for the end of the year. Stay tuned for more announcements!

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