Mid Season Invitational Fantasy Tournament

Welcome to our guide to this MSI Fantasy Tournament. The tournament is activate on MOBAFire, create your team now.

Important dates

Tournament activates on E-GO: 20th of April

The live tournament starts on: the 2nd of May

The tournament ends on: the 21st of May

Wipe Phase: Starts May 7th and ends May 9th.

Prize Pool Structure

1st place: 🏆


2nd place: 🥈


3rd place: 🥉


4th place:


5th place:


Play-in winner: $200 USD

Play-offs winner: $200 USD

Check if your country is excluded from the prize pool here: Participation Rules.

Top 5 players will win the rank "MSI 2023" and recieve an avatar.

MSI Format


  • LCK, LPL, LEC, LCS will have 2 slots, while PCS, VCS, LJL, CBLoL, LLA will have 1 slot.
  • Each winner from LCK, LPL, LEC (only in Spring), LCS and runner up from LCK (awarded by winning Worlds 2022) will start from Playoffs, while the others start from Play-In.

Play-In - May 2nd - May 7th

  • Double Elimination bracket
  • All matches (excl. Lower Bracket Final) are played in a Bo3, Lower Final is played in Bo5.
  • Top 3 teams qualify to Playoff.

Playoffs - May 9th - May 14th and May 16th - May 21st

  • Three teams from Play-In Stage join five teams with direct entry.
  • Double-Elimination bracket
  • All matches are Bo5
MSI Stages

List of teams competing in the LEC Spring Split

Play-in Stage:

  • Bilibili Gaming
  • DetonatioN FocusMe
  • Golden Guardians
  • LOUD
  • PSG Talon
  • Rainbow7
  • VCS Dawn winner (TBD)
  • LEC Winner (TBD)

Play-off Stage

  • Gen.G
  • T1
  • JD Gaming
  • Cloud9
  • LEC Winner (TBD)

Currently 3 teams are TBD.

Point Padding for MSI

Average point padding is given to team based on their average performance in that specific stage.

Last Chance will not be counted in this fantasy tournament. It might show, but we will quickly be set to 0.

The group winners will get average point padding for missing LB R2.

Play-in Stage

Upper Bracket final teams get point padding for missing lower bracket quarterfinals.
Upper Bracket grand final team get point padding for missing lower bracket final.

Play-off Stage

How League of Legends Fantasy Works

Act as an Esport coach that has a set budget of $1000. Your goal is now to use that budget to buy the perfect mix of players for your team. Picking players that you think will generate high amounts of points whilst also winning matches and staying alive in the tournament is what you should look for.

You must pick five players, one for each role. You can have up to two players from the same team, forcing you to create a unique team. Each position has a specific point system for a more balanced fantasy experience.

Top lane & Jungle

Kills: 0.4 Points

Assists: 0.2 Points

Deaths: -0.15 Points

Creep Score: 0.02 Points

Mid & Bot lane

Kills: 0.4 Points

Assists: 0.15 Points

Deaths: -0.2 Points

Creep Score: 0.015 Points


Kills: 0.4 Points

Assists: 0.35 Points

Deaths: -0.1 Points

Creep Score: 0.03 Points

Team Points:

Turrets: 0.1 Points

Dragons: 0.2 Points

Barons: 0.5 Points

First Blood: 0.5 Points

Win: 2 Points

Understanding Fantasy Phases

During the tournament, you will enter three different phases based on where in the contest we are. These phases determine what you can do with your team and when you can do it.

Building Phase

The building phase is the first stage you enter when joining the tournament. It's here where you create your first team for the regular season. The LEC Spring Split will consist of three building stages for each of the tournament stages. You can modify your team as much as you like during this period. Your team and your changes will not be shown to other players.

Edit Phase

You will often enter and exit the editing phase during the tournament. During this phase, you can make changes to your team to maximize your score. You can, for example, sell a player for another or give the captain role to another player in your team. The editing phase starts at 03:00 (tournament timezone) and ends 1 hour before the day's first Match.

Game Phase

During this phase, your lineup is locked, and you can't make any more changes. So sit back and cheer on your players. Hopefully, they will do well!

Captain Feature

The captain feature gives a 50% point bonus to the player you have assigned as your Captain. If you want, you can set a Captain before the league starts, and the captain booster will stay on that player until you actively change it to another player. You have one Captain swap every day, but you will lose your Captain switch for the day if your Captain has started a match series. You can only change Captain during the Edit phase!

Captain = 1.5x bonus points

Selling a player

The SELL token enables participants to sell a player in their lineup and buy a new one. This action can only be performed during EDIT, consuming your SELL token. When selling a player, you will be refunded the same amount as previously paid when you purchased the player. You will keep the points of your traded players for the remainder of the tournament, and they will be displayed in the section "Sold players". We encourage you to be strategic with your SELL tokens since you only have 1 for every tournament stage. Your sell token will "refresh" at every building phase.

Point padding

Point padding is given to teams that qualify further in the tournament and thus skip matches. We want players rewarded for picking the best teams, so we have point padding. If your team misses a game, they will most likely receive an average point padding based on their tournament performance. This point padding is usually given when the Match they skipped is being played. Static point padding (+6) is only given to teams if they start the tournament deeper in the bracket.

New: Your player must have at least played 1 match in your lineup to earn point padding, meaning you can't buy players solely for their point padding anymore.

End Notes

The Organizer reserves the right to change the above Point System and described features at its sole discretion and will inform users of any significant changes by publicly announcing them on the website or in community channels.

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