Riot Games, developer and distributor of League of Legends (LoL)announced this morning that the launch of Teamfight Tactics (TFT), the popular strategy game that has already accumulated over 80 million players since its launch in 2019 and that it is part of the new catalog titles that the company is launching related to the universe of the LoL-, is already available for download in the Play Store and App Store.

“Since the release of TFT in computers last year, we were quite surprised to the amazing response from the players,”said Dax Andrus, director of product.

Unlike other games that have versions on mobile devices, the TFT in smartphones will feature cross-platform compatibility with the computer, allowing players from both platforms able to challenge in different devices without any problem.

The game will come to the cell with the last content pack called Galaxies, which incorporates a space theme to the champions in addition to customization options, and new minisleyendas to play.

“the players asked us for more ways to play TFT, and we’re thrilled to be able to share a mobile version that feels as authentic as the computer,” added Andrus.

From today, any user of paltaformas Android or iOS you can search for Teamfight Tactics: The strategy game of LoL in your app store and download it, when you enter you will be asked ingresat, either with your account of Riot or with the Google, after, we will begin an upgrade of 512 mb. At the end, you can already play.


TFT is a strategy game of eight people in the fighting all against all and in which each user combines champions LoL with objects of the same universe to create the different formations and defeat the other seven participants. The format is autobatallas and each of the characters are placed on the game board that has the shape of a grid, in a game mode similar to the of chess.

This will be the first of many efforts, multi-platform players will see this year

“More than 10 years ago when we created League of Legends, we never thought that it would be so popular among so many players in the world and now that the game is going for its second decade, we are excited to bring the authentic experience, and competitive TFT to mobile devices. This will be the first of many efforts, multi-platform players will see this year,” said Marck Merrill, co-founder and co-chairman of Riot Games.