Brazilian Challenger Circuit

From Leaguepedia | League of Legends Esports Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Brazilian Challenger Circuit
BRCC Winter 2018.png
Tournament Information
OrganizerRiot Games
FormatText
LinksWebsite
Location & Dates
Region
BR
 Brazil
Event TypeOnline/Offline
CountryBrazil Brazil

The Brazilian Challenger Circuit (Portuguese: Circuito Desafiante), nicknamed "Circuitão" (Big Circuit) by fans, is the second-tier Brazilian league, which ultimately leads to the CBLOL.

Overview

Format

Installed in 2015, the Brazilian Challenger Circuit has been created to be a "second division" for the CBLOL, with teams competing in third-party tournaments for a chance to compete against CBLOL teams in a Promotion Series, to qualify themselves to the next split of the CBLOL.

Starting from the 2016 season, Riot changed the rules, with 6 qualified teams competing in a round-robin league, with the champion auto-qualifying to the next CBLOL split, while second and third place play in the Promotion Series.[1]

Point System

Point System in the 2015 season was distributed as follows:

PlacePoints
1125 points
275 points
350 points
435 points
525 points
620 points
715 points
810 points

Qualified Teams

2015 Season

2016 Season

2017 Season

2018 Season

Gallery

References