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Overview
Opening Promotion
Opening Season
Opening Playoffs
Closing Season
Closing Playoffs
Performance Points
Overview
Team Rosters
Picks & Bans
Scoreboards
Runes
Match History
Champion Stats
Player Stats
LLA 2023 Opening Promotion
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Tournament Information
OrganizerRiot Games
RulebookRulebook
FormatQualifiers
Location & Dates
Region
LAT
Latin America
Event TypeOffline
Country
Mexico
Start Date2022-09-10
End Date2022-09-11
Broadcast
Streams
Twitch
Full List
Social Media & Links
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The 2023 Latin America League (Spanish: Liga Latinoamérica 2023) is the ninth season of Latin America's unified fully professional League of Legends league. The 7th and 8th place team from the 2022 LLA Season will defend their spots against the top teams from Regional Norte and Regional Sur.

Overview[]

Format[]

Qualifying Teams[]

PlaceQualificationTeam
QOpening SeasonTBDlogo std.pngTBD
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Participants[]

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LLA #8
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LLA #7
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Regional Norte
TBD
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Regional Sur
TBD
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Results[]

Qualifier 1
Qualification Match
Qualifier 2
Qualification Match

Match Schedule[]

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Results|Schedule
CD|You|PST|CET|KST

VODs & Match Links[]

Individual Awards[]

"Player of the Game" Standings[]

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MVP Standings
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Media[]

Streams[]

Announcements[]

LoL Esports On-Air Team[]

Azteca Esports On-Air Team[]

Viewership Statistics[]

Venue[]

Mexico City
Arena Esports Stadium (LLA Studio)
Capacity - 100
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Periférico Sur 3720, Jardines del Pedregal, Álvaro Obregón, Mexico City

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