The EMEA champions for League of Legends have been announced

League of Legends Champions was released in North America just last year, and it has had mixed success lately. Without a large pool of players willing to give it a shot, it has fallen flat this year, with no games being played in the first week of the new season.

Now the EU and LEC are finally getting their own version. Now with a bigger pool of players in a bigger region, this could be just what we need. Here’s everything you need to know about when it starts and who can participate.

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What’s next for champions in League of Legends?

The Champions Queue server allows players to practice League of Legends in a high-quality, single-player queue-like environment. it differs from the normal solo queue in terms of who has access to it, this improves the quality of the games so that professionals can have a better quality of practice.

This also allows ERL players to practice in a more controlled environment against LEC pros. When used to its full potential, the concept could significantly improve the region’s performance, but only time will tell.

Who can access the EMEA Champions queue?

Initially, the selection process will be very exclusive as to who can access the new League of Legends service to make sure everything goes smoothly. Only top level pro players and a select few without a roster can play this year.

Below is a detailed breakdown of who has access to the EMEA Champions queue:

  • Major LEC Players
  • Registered LEC Subs (must be Grandmaster or higher in Solo Queue in previous or current season)
  • Early ERL Accredited Players

Unfortunately, this means that current NLC players will not be able to access Champions Queue as the league has been de-accredited this year.

When does the EMEA champions start?

The new League of Legends Champions Queue Region will launch on January 24th, just after the LEC. The first installment will run until February 23 and will be active on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays in a four-hour block per day.

The champion queue for division 1 is as follows:

  • Distribution 1 – January 24 to February 23
  • Distribution 2 – February 28 to March 31
  • MSI Split – TBD
  • Distribution 3 – May 30 to June 30
  • Distribution 4 – July 4 to August 11

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