Red Bull Solo Q, the legendary 1v1 amateur League of Legends tournament, is back again for 2023. This epic tournament sees players from around the globe competing in LoL matches unlike anything you've seen before, in games where the first takedown is enough to score a win. This time, the World Finals will take place in London, UK at the Red Bull Gaming Sphere on 19 May 2023, where all invited participants will also get a chance to watch the 2023 Mid-Season Invitational in-person alongside their own epic battles.
2022's edition of Red Bull Solo Q saw Ahilleas 'SneakyLemon' Natsis take the crown in a thrilling finale against Arnas 'arnax' Stepanauskas, who took second place for the second year running. "It feels amazing, it's the best feeling. I can, like, walk down the street and be like, oh, I'm the winner!" said SneakyLemon on his victory.
And yes, every qualifier winner will be attending the World Finals in London, UK at the Red Bull Gaming Sphere. The World Finals will see the top 24 players battle it out for the right to call themselves the best amateur LoL player in the world, while also taking in the incredible pro action at MSI.
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