Oceania receives direct TFT Worlds slot for Fates through ORDER Regional Series

After missing out in Galaxies, Oceania will now have a direct way to reach the TFT Fates World Championship through the local ORDER Regional Series qualifiers. The three-stage process will help send one player to the global event later in 2021.

After being merged with North America for the Galaxies Championship ⁠— which saw Australian “Oubo” make it to the big dance ⁠— Oceania has gained a direct invite into the TFT Fates World Championship. 

Hosted by ORDER, the Oceanic Regional Series will take the best Teamfight Tactics players in Australia and New Zealand and put them through a gauntlet to find the one most deserving of flying the flag later in 2021.

Three qualifier events, slated for January, February, and March of 2021 will help whittle down hundreds of players down to 32 for the Regional Finals on March 11 to 14.

Players will also have a chance of qualifying through their performances on the ranked ladder. The top 16 eligible players will be directly invited to the main event, while the other 16 will come through the three-stage qualifier system.

There’s $13,500 on the line throughout the entire series, with the winner of the Regional Finals taking home the lion’s share as well as a spot at the Fates World Championship, locked in for later in 2021.

The regional qualifier will take place across both Set 4 and the soon-to-be-released Festival of Beasts Set 4.5 expansion. The Regional Finals, as well as the World Championship, will be exclusively played on Set 4.5.


The first qualifier will take place on January 10, with sign-ups closing on the day. You can find out more information at the official Oceanic TFT Fates Regional Series website.

Ash Whyte
Ash Whyte
Ash 'Shhlee' Whyte is all about Counter-Strike and its stories. While he did look at playing League of Legends at some point, he soon opted to specailise in CS after being told Shyvana top was apparently not 'viable' and that Bronze was not a 'good' rank.

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