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Yuri is a student at St. Clair College in Windsor ON, studying Esports Management and Entrepreneurship. Yuri is passionate about all aspects of esports and specializes in League of Legends and Overwatch. He has competed in the Collegiate Overwatch League for his school team – Saints Gaming.
The Teamfight Tactics (TFT) release was critically acclaimed since its release. Riot Games took the Dota Auto Chess (DAC) mod and put their own spin on it. Taking a look at Twitch.tv, Teamfight Tactics hovers around the most viewed categories with average viewership close to 40,000. Its predecessors in DAC and Dota Underlords (Valve’s official auto fighter) are not as popular. In comparison, DAC and DU often see no more than 10,000 viewers and average less than 3,000. Summarizing that point, Teamfight Tactics is 13 times more popular than its autofighter competition.
With these statistics in mind, Riot Games is at the forefront of yet another video game genre. Pioneering has been their specialty for over a decade and they will be taking a new path into the eSports industry. Quoting Riot, they are looking to “double down” on TFT and make it as competitive as possible. MapleNectar’s blog posts confirm this, “…. We are committed to building a competitive scene for TFT starting in 2020.” (You can find the blog post here: https://nexus.leagueoflegends.com/en-us/2019/09/tft-update-numbers-whats-next/)
When Riot Games first launched Team Fighting Tactics, no one could have expected it to be as popular as it was. Taking everyone’s favorite champions and adapting them into an automatic fighter type game seemed like a fun experiment that took on a life of its own. After months of waiting, Riot Games’ autoplay mode became its own fully standalone game, Team Fighting Tactics.
Available on Android and iOS, Team Fighting Tactics Mobile Edition looks a lot like its PC counterpart. Players can sync their Riot account with the mobile version to gain access to any items they own, purchased or not. Players can also earn rewards through pass progression and participate in ranked matches.
Players have access to play a normal match, ranked match or the tutorial. It is recommended to play through the tutorial even if players are familiar with the game, as some features are a bit different on mobile devices. It took me an embarrassingly long time to figure out how to sell units because I told myself I didn’t need the tutorial.
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Many fans are excited about the release of TFT. So much so, that TFT has dominated the Twitch charts and has quickly become one of the most watched games on the platform. The issue is, however, that TFT is difficult to get into. There’s no tutorial, and several mechanics aren’t immediately obvious. Don’t worry though, we’re here to take you through your first game and explain all the basics. Let’s get you in!
As soon as you accept a TFT game, you won’t be sent to champion selection like a normal League of Legends game. Instead, the client immediately throws you into a game with seven other people in what is called the “Carousel”. This is where you will see ten champions, from which you will choose one to start the game. To choose one of these champions, simply right click to move your character towards them and you will automatically pick them up.
Depending on the champion you choose, you can start setting up a strategy for the game. There are two main strategies: “economy” and “reroll”. These will be a bit more complicated if you are an absolute beginner, but it is important to simply know that there are two strategies you can follow. Reroll involves relaunching your store using gold to upgrade champions (more on that later). The economy is more complicated and we’ll cover that in a separate section. The image below gives more details on these strategies.
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One of the most important sources of tips on how to play like Mismatched Socks are interviews with the player himself. Mismatched Socks has been incredibly generous with his time, recording podcast episodes and interviews to explain some of his techniques in Team Fighting Tactics.
Continuing the theme of generosity, Mismatched Socks has also left more details for those who want to play like him on Reddit. A quick look at Mismatched Socks’ Reddit User Page shows that he has responded to countless comments and questions from other players. Most of his comments read like technical instructions, detailing the benefits and drawbacks of each character while sharing details about particular weapons or strategies.
Mismatched Socks even uploaded an intricately detailed guide on how to play as him. Mismatched Socks wrote: “I’ve been lurking in this community for a while and it’s helped me a lot. I thought it was finally time to give something back to the competitive TFT community.” Instead of hoarding his knowledge for himself, Mismatched Socks gave back to his community and shared the love.