2017 League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational Ticket Information

by Matt Best

MSI League of Legends 2017
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The 2017 League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) is set to hit Sãu Paulo, Brazil as well as Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

If you're down for a journey across the world to see some of the best League of Legends players square off against one another, you better listen up because this is how you can get tickets.

When Do They Go On Sale?

Tickets go on sale for MSI on March 27 at 9:00 AM PT until April 3 at 9:00 PT.

Where Do I Purchase Tickets?

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How Much Will These Tickets Be?

For Play-In Stage at the CBLOL Studio in São Paulo, tickets will be available for R$80. R$80 for the Group Stage on May 10-14. R$100 for the Knockout Stage May 19-20. R$140 for Finals on May 21.

What Currency is "R"?

"Brazillian Real". The currency exchange from the time of publication is roughly 0.32 USD to 1 Brazillian Real.

R$80 is roughly USD$26.00.

How Many Tickets Can I Buy?

Each person is allowed to buy four tickets per transaction.

Will There Be Age Restrictions?

If you're under the age of 14, you will be required to have a parent or legal guardian with you at all times. They will also need a ticket.

General Information

MSI 2017 will be taking place in two different venues. The first, the Play-In stage, will be held at the CBLOL Studio in São Paulo. The second stage, Groups and Knockout, will take place in the Jeunesse Arena (formerly known as the Rio Olympic Arena) in Rio de Janeiro.

Rio de Janeiro has a population of 6.32 million and is known for its Copacabana beach as well as the Christ the Redeemer statue on top of Mount Corcovado. At the time of publication, the weather there is 83 degrees Fahrenheit. If you're looking for both a vacation and a League of Legends trip, Rio is calling.

According to Riot, the commentary will not be in English. "Due to the local popularity of this event, we expect that the overwhelming majority of fans will be from Brazil. As a result, translation radios to hear alternate-language commentary will not be provided. Live commentary at the event will be in Brazilian Portuguese."

By Matt Best

Matt Best is the Lead On Air Host and Producer for WWG. He has spent his professional career submerged in both the traditional sports world as well as esports. As one of the only Canadians at WWG, if you want to tilt Matt, just bring up awful Canadian stereotypes.