LoL MSI 2023 Prize Pool

Shadman Sabik Zaim
By Shadman Sabik Zaim
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Here is the MSI 2023 Prize Pool for the teams.

League of Legends MSI 2023 is going to continue soon, with the Bracket Stage starting on May 9, 2023. With that said, the tournament has been pretty nice so far. Eight teams remain in the tournament, as Riot did the Bracket Stage draw on May 6, 2023. The result of the draw left the Western fans sad as the LEC and LCS teams matched up with LCK and LPL teams, respectively.

Moving on, this brings us to the other aspects of MSI 2023, as fans are rewarded for watching the games on the LoLEsports website. Watch Rewards are pretty nice as a lot of the exclusive emotes, and icons are the prize. The MSI 2023 Inkshadow Event is also awarding players for playing League of Legends games.

There are also Mercedes Chests up for grabs for every MSI 2023 Gameday. Thus, the fans are getting a lot of rewards. However, it is a question as to how much the participants are getting as rewards. Riot has announced the minimum prize pool for MSI 2023, along with some additions across the tournament.

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MSI 2023 Prize Pool

The Prize Pool of MSI 2023 has been decided at a minimum value with some additions in terms of fans contributing to purchasing passes and Inkshadow Yasuo. 25% of the money earned from Inkshadow Event Pass and Inkshadow Yasuo is going to be added to the prize pool. Also, 50% of the MSI 2023 Esports Premium Bundle will be added to the prize money.

Here is the prize money distribution to the teams participating in MSI 2023. This list is made with the minimum prize pool of $250,000 and the percentage.

  • 1st Place: $50,000 (20% of the prize pool).
  • 2nd Place: $37,500 (15% of the prize pool).
  • 3rd Place: $30,000 (12% of the prize pool).
  • 4th Place: $25,000 (10% of the prize pool).
  • 5th Place: $20,000 (8% of the prize pool).
  • 6th Place: $20,000 (8% of the prize pool).
  • 7th Place: $15,000 (6% of the prize pool).
  • 8th Place: $15,000 (6% of the prize pool).
  • 9th Place: $12,500 (5% of the prize pool).
  • 10th Place: $7,500 (3% of the prize pool).
  • 11th Place: $7,500 (3% of the prize pool).
  • 12th Place: $5,000 (2% of the prize pool).
  • 13th Place: $5,000 (2% of the prize pool).

There will be more additions, and Riot will announce that soon after the event ends. The prize pool is a little small compared to many others, but the additions should make it more rewarding for the teams.

By Shadman Sabik Zaim Deputy Editor
Shadman is a Deputy Editor of League of Legends and other Riot IPs (excluding VALORANT) at GameRiv. He is a computer science and engineering graduate who got into games pretty early. Also, he takes pride in trying multiple types of games and got into League of Legends pretty early. Games, Board Games, Writing, Music, and Sports are his passions and hobbies.