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Teamfight Tactics getting stand-alone mobile app in 2020

Play the popular League of Legends autobattler on the go!

A floating rock with two portals on the side. Key art for Teamfight Tactics Riot Games

Riot Games announced that League of Legends’ autobattler game mode, Teamfight Tactics, will get its own stand-alone mobile app next year.

The mobile version will available be for both Android and iOS and it will support crossplay with the desktop version of the game, Riot said during the League of Legends 10th anniversary stream. It’s slated to release in the first quarter of 2020, with a beta coming in December.

Progress from the Teamfight Tactics mobile app will transfer from desktop, so there’s no need to worry about your progress being lost. Players will be able to log in using their usual League of Legends accounts to play on the go.

Riot Games announced the mobile version alongside Teamfight Tactics’ set 2, Rise of the Elements. The original set of champions will be swapped out for 50 new champions to keep the game fresh.

Riot also announced at mobile port of League of Legends — not just Teamfight Tactics — is also coming in in 2020.

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