The Teamfight Tactics (TFT) Reckoning Championship has crowned a winner. After five intense games on Day 4, China’s Huanmie emerged victorious after grabbing back-to-back wins to seal the deal.
After scraping through the Group Stage off the back of a clutch Round 5 win, he continued the momentum into the final day of play.
While he was challenged by Europe’s shircane and fellow Chinese player qituX, his dominant Legionnaire board was too much to handle for the rest of the lobby in the decisive Match 5 — thanks to the two Emblems he found along the way.
TFT Reckoning Championship: Final placements
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TFT Reckoning Championship: Results
Day 1 (October 1): Oceania’s Escha wins the Play-In stage
Although he didn’t manage a single win all day, Escha’s consistency — with four top-4 finishes — netted him a breezy path to the Group Stage. The opposite could be said for Sealcune Mbappe, who went 8-1-8-1-1 across the five games to barely scrape in.
Japan’s nukomaru and Europe’s shircane also made it through to Groups, with the rest being sent home early.
Day 2 (October 2): Shircane & Milk dominate Group A, Escha makes finals
Play-In stars shircane and Escha once again shone on Day 2, both comfortably finishing above the cut to push through to finals. NA hopeful Milk forced his way to the top with plenty of Kled, while China’s Zixingche rounded out the first four finalists.
Day 3 (October 3): Korea, Robinsongz misses out on final day
All three of Korea’s representatives have missed out on the TFT Reckoning Championship grand final with ddudu falling two points short of qualifying. NA’s Robinsongz, who qualified with five wins in six games in NA, also missed out after finishing in sixth.
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Sealcune Mbappe and nukomaru continued their strong form after Play-Ins, with China’s qituX and Huanmie edging their way into the final.
Day 4 (October 4): China’s Huanmie takes home TFT Reckoning Championship
After coming fourth in Group B, Huanmie dominated the final day to take home the title. Winning back-to-back games in Match 4 and 5, Huanmie transformed a massive 8 Legionnaire board with three-star Riven and Nidalee to win China’s first major TFT trophy.
Results TBD. Games start at 2AM PT / 5AM ET / 10AM BST.
TFT Reckoning Championship: Qualified players
20 players from across the world competed in the TFT Reckoning Championship.
Plenty of new players will be aiming to be crowned Set 5 champions, with few returning from the Fates Championship — in fact, only Huanmie from China is returning.
Korean champion 8ljaywalking won’t be in the mix, and neither will some of Europe’s top players like ZyK0o and Lallana, as well as NA’s RamKev.
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