The League of Legends 2015 World Championship will kick off in Paris during October, and after the tournament ends, fans can look forward to December’s 2015 All-Star Event.
It will be the last for the year, and will feature 1v1 matches, fan-voted comps, and a “mixed region roster showdown.”
As with the ASE in 2014, fans will vote for five players to represent regional “dream teams” for the NA LCS, EU LCS, LCK, LPL, and LMS.
IWC’s top team will participate bringing the total to six teams being assigned to Team Fire or Team Ice based off their region’s performance at Worlds.
The International Wild Card teams will also be able to participate as with MSI and Worlds. Before the All-Star Event, there will be a International Wild Card All-Star held in Australia in November.
IWCA will take place November 26-29 with Oceania, Turkey, Russia, Japan, Brazil, South East Asia and Latin America regions competing in Melbourne. The first two days of round robin will be broadcast live, and the playoffs will be held in front of a live audience on November 28 and November 29.
The team crowned All-Stars Champions will then travel to Los Angeles to take part in the ASE. Fans can vote on the IWCA team September 21-28 via the League of Legends client.
Global voting for the All-Star Event will open in November and more information will be provided at a later date.
The ASE will be held at the NA LCS Studio in Los Angeles from December 10-13.