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Brazilian Challenger Circuit

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Brazilian Challenger Circuit
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Tournament Information
OrganizerRiot Games
Location & Dates
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.



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:

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

2019 Season

Winter Season

Place Team