Updated on October 24, 6:06 p.m. (GMT+8): Added TFT mobile release date.

TFT mobile pre registration is now open for players in Asia-Pacific ahead of Teamfight Tactics’ release in the region.

The multiplayer PvP auto battler is scheduled to make its debut on mobile devices later in 2023 in the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau.

This port to mobile was previously confirmed by Riot Games in an exclusive interview with ONE Esports, following the end of Riot’s partnership with Garena.

TFT mobile pre registration: How to pre register for Teamfight Tactics mobile in the Philippines and other APAC countries

  1. Click on the TFT mobile pre registration link here.
  2. On the page, select either the iOS App Store or Android Play Store.
    • If you clicked on the App Store, a pop-up will appear where you will be asked to enter your email address.
    • If you clicked on the Play Store, you will be redirected to the game’s Google Play page. Click on the pre register button.
  3. After doing so, the screen will display that you have successfully registered for TFT mobile.
TFT mobile pre registration
Credit: Riot Games

Teamfight Tactics mobile pre registration rewards

Players who pre-register will receive in-game rewards as Riot Games hits specific registration milestones. Initial rewards include 100 Star Shards, an in-game currency for advancing your Little Legends.

TFT mobile release date in Asia Pacific

TFT mobile releases on November 22 in the Asia Pacific region.

TFT mobile system requirements

  • Android – Android 7 and up, CPU 1.2GHZ or higher, RAM 2GB
  • iOS – iOS 13.0 or later, CPU 1.8GHz Duo-core, RAM 2GB

TFT mobile APAC language options

TFT Mobile will be available in English, Thai, Vietnamese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese.

Riot Games' RiotX Arcane event Teamfight Tactics
Credit: Riot Games

TFT is an eight-person, free-for-all strategy game where players combine League of Legends (LoL) champions and items in different formations on a grid-shaped game board, competing in a highly social battle against seven other opponents by building a team to be the last one standing.

The game launched in 2019, and has since then become known for its fun and deep chess-like gameplay experience. With countless meta strategies available, every game offers a unique experience, ensuring that no two games are ever the same. 

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