ORDER to host official Oceanic TFT tournaments through to Set 8

ORDER will lead Oceania’s pathway to the TFT World Championship until mid-2023.

ORDER has secured the rights to the official tournament pathway to the TFT World Championship in Oceania until the end of Set 8 in mid-2023. The organisation has been the driving force behind domestic Teamfight Tactics since Set 4.

ORDER will continue hosting Oceania’s pathway to the TFT World Championship until mid-2023, securing the rights to host official tournaments for Riot’s autobattler until the end of Set 8.

The extension of the partnership comes after the implementation of a successful domestic ecosystem in Set 4 (Fates), continuing through to Set 5 (Reckoning) and now Gizmos and Gadgets in Set 6.

In Set 4 and Set 5, an Oceanic player has made the Top 8 at the TFT World Championship with Razza and Escha respectively qualifying for the final day of play.

“After the Galaxies Championship, ORDER worked hard to improve the competitive scene in Oceania and across Fates and Reckoning we continued to work hard to bring the best possible experience to competitors,” Head of Events at ORDER Josh Swift said.

The two-year commitment will be used to continue building on the solid pathway set out in the last 12 months in an attempt to see an Oceanic representative take home the prestigious title.

“We are excited to continue our partnership with ORDER through at least Set 8, and look forward to seeing a competitor from Oceania capture the World Championship in the near future,” NA & OCE Competitive TFT Lead at Riot Games Derek Dennis said.

Next up in the Oceanic TFT Gizmos & Gadgets Series is the Mid-Set Invitational in February, which will be streamed on the official Teamfight Tactics Twitch channel.

For more information, head to the official site at ocetft.com.

Disclaimer: ORDER’s Head of Events, Joshua Swift, is a part-owner of Go Next Media, of which Snowball Esports is a subsidiary.
Andrew Amos
Andrew Amos
After joining Snowball in mid-2018, Andrew "Ducky" Amos has fast become one of our region's best esports writers. Cutting his teeth in Oceanic Overwatch, he now covers all kinds of esports for publications globally. However, his heart still lays at home, telling the story of Aussies trying to make it big.



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