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Track The Pros During MSI 2023: How To Follow Your Favorite Players Solo Queue Adventure

Esports 27-04-2023 17:05
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The League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational is coming to London, England, meaning the pro's will also all descent on the European League of Legends solo queue servers. Are you able to track your favorite players to know when they're playing and when to watch them? Why yes, yes you can and we'll let you know just how to do it. 

It isn't every day that some of the biggest international stars come to Europe for a tournament, so fans have to enjoy these moments. How can you keep track of your favorite players though? 

MSI 2023: This Is How You Track Your Favorite LoL Pro Players

For almost the entire month of May, the best League of Legends players from all over the world will call Europe their home, which means they'll also call EUW their home. You'll be able to watch your favorite players through co-streams, but how do you even know whether your favorite player is onine?

The best way to see if any professional player is online, as well as their game history and other information, is the website "Tracking The Pros" with which you just have to type in a players professional gamer tag, and then you receive all the information you're looking for. 

Streamers also use the Tracking The Pros Tool to co-stream games, which is pretty helpful as well. 

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MSI 2023 Brings Back Champions Queue

Of course, players will also be able to compete in Champions Queue if they don't want to play solo queue. Champions Queue was also part of the 2022 League of Legends World Championship, wherein players got invited to the server to play on the same patch as the tournament, for a better practice environment. 

Streamers will also be able to co-stream Champions Queue, just not at the same time as any actual MSI 2023 games, since Riot still wants viewers to tune into the actual tournament. 

Players have to be invited to the Champion's Queue to be able to participate. Any players who are currently on an LEC team, are a substitute or an ERL player, as well as players from MSI-eligible regions bootcamping in Europe can be invited to play in Champions Queue. 

Whether you watch solo queue or Champions Queue, one thing is for sure, there will be a lot of professional League of Legends to watch this May. 

They might have missed MSI 2023, but you can still support Fnatic by purchasing the Fnatic React Gaming headset!

Sabrina Ahn

Sabrina Ahn is the League of Legends and Riftfeed Lead. During her time at Concordia University in 2014 she fell in love with League of Legends and esports and has been playing LoL since then – how she hasn't lost...