As online preliminary events conclude for Stage 1 Challengers, all eyes are on the first Masters event of 2022.
Earlier today, Riot released a blog post, telling fans that they'd be returning Reykjavik to start the year, from April 10-24.
Unfortunately, there won't be any fans in attendence, but that could change later in the year.
Masters 1 slots & Circuit Points
Each region will get the same number of Masters slots as last year, with Brazil and LATAM sharing a second slot through a final qualifier.
Riot fiddled with the Circuit points a bit to start the year.
This year, they're putting more of an emphasis on international performances.
The top seeds in NA, EMEA, APAC, and LATAM/Brazil will also be seeded "deeper in the bracket, while the remaining teams will need to battle from early rounds of competition."
It's exciting to get this year's international competition started.
We've already started to see these regions shake up
Make sure to stay tuned to the Jaxon app for all of the relevant coverage of the event.