League of Legends World Championship tickets go on sale tomorrow

By Phil Owen, Thursday, 15 August 2013 02:36 GMT

The actual World Championship tournament for League of Legends will be happening here in downtown Los Angeles in September and October, and you’re interested in attending what will almost certainly be a ridiculously epic event, then you should know that tickets go on sale through Ticketmaster.com (ugh) tomorrow at noon PT — no listing posted yet so check back in the morning. There are also some hotel deals for attendees if you’ll be traveling.

Here are the prices for the various stages:
Group Stage – Culver Sound Studios, September 15-21: $20 per day
Quarterfinals – Culver Sound Studios, September 23-24: $30 per day
Semifinals – Galen Center, September 27-28: $30-60 per day
Finals – Staples Center, October 4: $40-100

And these are your hotel deals.

Biltmore Hotel: $202 per night. Mention code: 1310RIOTGM
Standard Hotel Downtown: $235-265 per night. Discount via phone reservation (1.866.670.8686, mention code: Riot Games Block).
Los Angeles Athletic Club: $299 per night. Discount via phone reservation (213.625.2211, mention code: TOUR).

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