Voting is now open for League of Legends All-Star 2019

But which pros have taken an early lead in the public vote?


The voting for this year’s League of Legends All-Star event is now open, allowing fins to pick their favourite LoL pros in order to send them to the All-Star tournament in Las Vegas.

Fans can choose two players from each of the official LoL regions that they would like to see compete at the event. The voting window will close on November 20, so there’s only a week for you to get your picks in. The event itself will be at the Esports Arena in Vegas and will span three days between December 5 and December 7.

Early indications show that those who performed the strongest at Worlds will be taking up most of the spots, with the top two players from the LEC and LPL hailing from finalists G2 Esports and FunPlus Phoenix, respectively. As of November 14, G2’s Rasmus ‘Caps’ Winther and Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski lead the way, while in the LPL Kim ‘Doinb’ Tae-sang and Gao ‘Tian’ Tian-Liang are the most popular players.

The early votes have put the following players in the lead for each of the main regions:

  • LEC: Caps and Jankos
  • LPL: Doinb and Tian
  • LCK: Faker and Clid
  • LCS: Doublelift and Bjergsen
  • CBLOL: BrTT and Goku

Throughout the All-Star event there will be a number of tournaments including 5v5 Summoner’s Rift, 1v1, and URF mode.

The pro players will be joined by a number of League of Legends influencers and, for the first time, Team Fight Tactics will also be featured at the event.

League of Legends All-Star is the perfect, lighthearted end to the year after such intense competition throughout 2019, so make sure your favourite pro player doesn’t miss out!