All-Star Paris 2014 Sold out, but more tickets coming

All-Star Paris 2014 Sold out, but more tickets coming

Update: Tickets for All-Star Paris are currently sold out. We’re looking to make more tickets available in a few weeks. Stay tuned to lolesports.com for updates.

Tickets for the All-Star Paris 2014 are now available for purchase!

Running from May 8 to May 11, the event features the All-Star Invitational and the All-Star Challenge. The new format will showcase both the top teams from around the globe and your favorite pros from each region. Each day will commence with the All-Star Challenge and will conclude with the All-Star Invitational. See the schedule breakdown below:

You don’t want to miss out on any of the action. Head over to Ticketmaster to buy your ticket for All-Star Paris.

Purchased tickets will give you access to the action broadcasted live in French at the Le Zenith in Paris, France. There are three different seating sections with varying price points (before Ticketmaster service charge):

  • Upper deck – 20 euros/ticket
  • Mid deck – 35 euros/ticket
  • Floor seats – 50 euros/ticket

There is limited space in the venue so be sure to grab your seat now if you want to catch all the action live!

Schedule

Day 1 – Thursday starting at 15:00 CEST / 6:00AM PDT

  • All-Star Challenge
  • Europe vs China
  • Korea vs Southeast Asia
  • Europe vs North America
  • Southeast Asia vs China
  • North America vs Korea

Day 2 – Friday starting at 13:00 CEST / 4:00AM PDT

  • All-Star Challenge
  • Korea vs China
  • North America vs Southeast Asia
  • Europe vs Korea
  • China vs North America
  • Europe vs Southeast Asia
  • Tiebreaker (if necessary)

Day 3 – Saturday starting at 13:00 CEST / 4:00AM PDT

  • All-Star Challenge
  • Semifinal Match 1
  • Semifinal Match 2

Day 4 – Sunday starting at 13:00 CEST / 4:00AM PDT

  • All-Star Challenge
  • Invitational Finals

I actually managed to get tickets myself, it came to be really expensive but in the end of the day its probably worth it.  130€ for the tickets alone, not the cheapest thing, but yeah. Expect to see some video and some other possible coverage about the event.

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