Voting for the 2017 League of Legends All-Star event will run Nov. 6-10, Riot Games announced Friday.
Fans from the competing regions will be able to vote for one player per position and up to two players per team who have played in the most recent splits. Fans will able to vote only for players in their own regions.
As previously announced, this year’s All-Star event will pit dream teams – as voted by the fans – against each other in the main event. The regions participating in this year’s event were determined by the region’s performances at the League of Legends World Championship, so the regions represented will be China, Europe, Korea, the LMS, NA, Southeast Asia, Turkey, and Brazil. The teams will be divided into two groups of four and play in a single best-of-one round robin. The top two teams then move onto the semifinals, played in a best-of-three, and the two winners will play in a best-of-five final.
The pros will also be able to cast their votes for which coach they’d like to see represent the region at the event. The only restriction is that the players cannot vote for their own coaches. The coaches of each region will choose two players each to compete in a 1-v-1 tournament during the event. The 16 players will play in a single elimination bracket with the round of 16 and the quarterfinals played in a best-of-one. The semifinals and grand finals will be played in a best-of-three.
This year’s League of Legends All-Star event will be held in the North American League of Legends Championship Series studio in Los Angeles from Dec. 7-10.