How to register for Teamfight Tactics on mobile
During Riot Games’ 10-year anniversary livestream lots of news was unveiled including a port of the League of Legends spin-off, Teamfight Tactics, to mobile. Here’s how you can register for it so you’re ready when it releases.
The auto-battler spin-off has been a major hit among players and Riot said it has, in turn, led many gamers to play League of Legends and now we have news that it’s going mobile.
There’s currently no release date outside of Q1 2020, but players are still able to pre-register so they’ll be ready to play when it eventually does drop.
How to register for Teamfight Tactics mobile
If you’re on Android, you are able to get your pre-registration in using this link but if you’re on iOS you’ll have to wait for a bit longer.
Currently, this is no information on when the iOS link will be ready but rest assured, the game will be coming to both platforms.
Interested in Teamfight Tactics on mobile?
Be sure to pre-register here! https://t.co/cMcnx6u4i6 pic.twitter.com/S0H8fGx5ZU
— Teamfight Tactics (@TFT) October 16, 2019
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Teamfight Tactics first released back in June 2019 and it quickly rose to the top of Twitch as viewers took a quick likening to the game, even featuring a couple of Twitch Rivals tournaments.
Viewership has since dropped off to a lower, but more consistent level, usually finding itself with around 10,000 viewers. Riot still supports the game and has big plans in store the next season.
Of course, we have the mobile release to look forward to but there are also more Little Legends, more arenas, and a rotating selection of heroes on the horizon.
The future is definitely bright for TFT so the next season, or right now even, will represent an excellent jumping-on point for fans on the fence.
One thing that rival developer Valve over Riot was a mobile version of their auto battler Dota Underlords but with that playing field now leveled, it’ll be interesting to see what the two companies have in store as the competition ramps up.