Fans of League of Legends esports can now vote on their favourite players in hopes of them being voted the most and appearing at the next All-Star event. Cross-region voting is possible but in limited capacity.
League of Legends World Championship 2019 has concluded recently, with FunPlus Phoenix taking all the glory. Considering they are literally a full team of players that appeared on Worlds stage for the first time, it's both possible we will or won't see some of them during the next All-Star event.
Esports fans can now go to to cast their votes but be warned that the regional detection is somewhat messed up. If you see a language not to your preference, you can change the region and language in the upper right corner.
Every player can vote on up to two of their favourite pro players and they are not limited to one professional league either. They can vote on participants from LEC (EU), LCS (NA), LPL (China), LCK (Korea), CBLOL (Brazil), LLA (Latin America), LJL (Japan), OPL (Oceania) and TCL (Turkey). To clear the wording up - you can vote on two players from each region.
It is worth noting that the voting will be and no more than 20 per cent of total votes for a player can come from outside their region. The regions that didn't appear in the global voting are not eligible due to visa timelines.
The voting is now live and it will conclude on 20 November 2019. All-Star event itself will kick off on 5 December 2019 in Las Vegas, USA. Considering that FPX are world champions but the players are concerned over not having a large fan base, it would be a shame if none of the members were voted to go. They did have a rather dominant run against the best teams in the world after all.