As one of the best amateur League of Legends players, a national player will earn a trip to London to play in the Red Bull Gaming Sphere against the best in the world.
Besides the rewards, this tournament and its matches are unusual in that they are decided by a unique scoring system that allows the best individual player to be determined rather than an entire team. The match goes on as normal, but the 1v1 format means individual performance is crucial.
It’s no wonder that a standout performance as an amateur in the Red Bull Solo Q Championship served as a springboard to the professional esports career of many international players.
Erik “ZiViZ Lövgren, who won the 2018 edition of the tournament, went on to play with Lundqvist Lightside in the Northern League of Legends Championship last year and says his Solo Q ride helped him achieve his dream.
RED BULL SOLO Q seeks to discover the best amateur players in the country and after two qualifying dates, the third and final has arrived on April 15th. The competition is held online and you still have time to participate, you just need to sign up https://www.redbull.com/mx-es/events/solo-q-2023-mexico To register and await instructions.
The three qualifiers will participate in the national final, which will be held in person on April 22 in Mexico City. The winner of the RED BULL SOLO Q National Final will represent Mexico at the Red Bull Gaming Sphere in London, UK, where they will face the best players from around the world.
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