International League of Legends competition Red Bull Solo Q arrives in Australia, offering fans a chance of a lifetime.

Sydney, June 1. The main 1v1 League of Legends (LoL) competition is coming to Australia for the very first time as Red Bull Solo Q registrations open today. Last year, the competitors ran in 29 countries – branded as Red Bull Player One – and saw 25,000 registrants fighting for the title. This season, with Australia joining over 35 nations taking part in the circuit, will we see an Aussie on the finals phase?

Red Bull Solo Q puts a twist on a common League of Legends match, pitting gamer versus gamer in a bracket of 1v1 battles. The very first gamer to earn ‘Very first blood!’, destroy the challengers ´ tower or reach a 100-minion score wins the battle. The Australian winner will earn an area on the global stage at the Red Bull Solo Q World Finals in Frankfurt, Germany this December, together with an invitation to sign up with The Chiefs Esports Club League of Legends Academy Program.

The Solo Q Australian Champion will sign up with the Chiefs ESC Academy Program, where for three months they’ll receive fortnightly, individually coaching sessions from the League of Legends Team Coach, Chris ‘Seeel’ Lee along with a Chiefs staff member. The program will intend to assist bootcamp them in preparation for the Red Bull Solo Q World Finals.

As part of the collaboration with League of Legends Global Esports Events, the winner of Red Bull Solo Q World Finals will get to experience the 2020 League of Legends All-Star Occasion firsthand! The champ will participate in the League’s yearly year-end event alongside some of the game’s biggest esports professional athletes and streaming personalities, playing in unique displays and going to unique parties.

Leading professional athletes and much more well-known faces from the LoL scene, consisting of The Chiefs, will make special looks throughout the tournament. You can catch the similarity Thien and Claire as they share some ideas and tricks to assist gamers level up their video game ahead of the competition. Red Bull likewise continues their partnership with one of the most popular faces in the League of Legends neighborhood: sjokz, who will return as the global brand ambassador for Red Bull Solo Q.

Players who believe they have what it takes can register from today at, with qualifiers beginning on June 19. Those who effectively climb through the certification bracket will satisfy in the Regional Finals on July 11 to see who will represent Australia in the World Finals.

Go to to find out more, consisting of format, guidelines and eligibility, and extra statements!

How to participate

Australians aiming to participate can sign up by means of the Red Bull Solo Q website here:

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About Chiefs Esports Club

Founded in 2014, the Chiefs are the premier Esports & Video gaming Home entertainment club in Australia & New Zealand. Our teams contend on the world’s largest esport stages and our content creators entertain thousands of people online each and every single week.

Our academy program is developed to support up and coming talent within our region and get players into a competitive environment where they can grow both in and out of the video game. Our developmental approach exists throughout all our titles where our core belief is developing and supporting the region’s next generation of esports stars.