Worlds 2020 leave you wanting more League of Legends action? Riot Games has just the thing as the 2020 League of Legends All-Star Event will take place from December 18-20. Unlike Worlds, the event will take place online, due to the pandemic ongoing in the world.
The annual All-Star event is the culmination of the League of Legends esports year and a celebration of the personalities in League of Legends.
Being an online event, the pros and influencers will be playing from their home or regional studio. It also brings a new format which is divided into two stages: Underdog Uprising, and Superstar Showdown.
Underdog Uprising will take place on December 18 where there will be head-to-head matches between neighboring regions, with smaller regions aiming to upset their nearest powerhouse.
Superstar Showdown will take place from December 19-20 and will feature three superteams each from the Korean LCK, North American LCS, European LEC, and Chinese LPL. LCK and LPL will take the virtual stage on December 19, while the LCS and LEC will play on December 20.
In addition, a Red Bull 1v1 Competition will take place within each of the four regions with the first stage broadcast taking place on December 18.
Check out the full schedule below: