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Description

Deploy an army of League of Legends champions in this strategy autobattler.

Assemble an army of your favorite champions in Teamfight Tactics, the PvP strategy autobattler from the studio behind League of Legends.

Draft, deploy, and upgrade from a revolving pool of League of Legends champions in a round-based battle to become the top tactician. Run with Daredevils or ascend with Divines—the strategy is all up to you.

START THE PARTY
Ring in the new year with Festival of Beasts, the latest update featuring new champions from across the League of Legends universe. Celebrate in style with exclusive Lunar New Year-themed Little Legends, interactive arenas, emotes, and more.

BATTLE IT OUT
Outplay and outlast your opponents by recruiting a top-notch team ready to fight in your honor… and dab on your enemies. Random drafts and in-game events mean no two matches play out exactly the same.

PICK UP AND GO
Cross-platform support means you can play with your friends (and smash the competition) across PC, Mac, and mobile.

RISE UP THE RANKS
Full competitive support and matchmaking. From Iron to Challenger, climb the ladder based on your final standing in every game. Stay on that grind for Ranked rewards at the end of each set.

STYLE ON 'EM
Make every match your own with festive arenas, booms, and Little Legends. Collect new looks just by playing games, or by purchasing them in the TFT store.

EARN AS YOU PLAY
Unlock free Little Legends, arenas, emotes, and booms with the new Fates II Pass, or upgrade to Pass+ for even more rewards. Now you can upgrade your favorite Little Legends using Star Shards, available in-store and in the Pass+.

Show off your galaxy brain and take your place at the top. Download and play Teamfight Tactics today!

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TFT supports: iPhone 6S, SE, 7, 8, X, 11

TFT works, but is not optimized for: iPad, iPad air, iPad, mini

TFT Does Not Support: iPhone 6, 5, 4, 3, iPod Touch

What’s New

Version 1.5.3613108

And we're back for another round of changes in 11.5 where we tune up the beats established with the loads of changes in 11.4! Check out the complete patch notes on our website.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
12.8K Ratings

12.8K Ratings

Leon Nickname ,

App 5 Stars, Game 4 Stars

As far as the app is concerned, I’ve had no problems running the game. It’s crashed twice but I was able to reconnect within several seconds and get back in the game. The UI is wonderfully done for mobile. The only thing I’d like to see is a toggle to turn off “champion dmg” auto appearing after every round as on mobile it takes up 1/3 to 1/2 the screen.

Now onto the game, it’s fun. That’s it for me: it’s fun. There’s a lot of randomness to the game but also strategy. A game starts with 8 players, and each player buys units from a shared pool. As each player levels up, their odds of finding “better” and “stronger” units increases. The strategy involved is about scouting other players and building a strong composition that are uncontested to get the greatest odds of the champs you want showing up in your shop. Getting 1-4 place is considered a “win”.

It’s a fun game. Some people are addicted to it but the constant “rebalancing” patches put me off from the game. I don’t like relearning everything each week. The game is entirely free to play with only cosmetics being purchaseable. A solid game, that for me personally, is a good time waster when I’m out, but I have better things to play when at home.

Spancer j ,

I love this game for mobile

This game works very well in the mobile format. Even when you need to answer a text you can leave the app and come back to the game immediately. The only hiccup is if you take to long it has to log you back in but it doesn’t disconnect you from the match and you keep playing. I’m glad the challenge system works now and you can make your seasonal pass xp on mobile. I do however find a lack of stuff to do when I completed my season pass. I don’t really have anything to strive for so I’m at a loss after playing for probably 3 weeks straight. It’s not a bad thing, but I would like to also like more things to do on mobile. I don’t usually ever play ranked in riot games but I’m really enjoying tft since it came to mobile and Ranked is something to go for now that I know where to access it on mobile too. It’s tough for me to play computer because I haven’t put a WiFi card in so it’s a lot of setup in the living room to play but my phone works perfectly well. The new patch recently released and they made the modes more noticeable and I actually wrote a review during the prior version incorrectly saying I wanted ranked play and it was probably in the game the whole time. Whoops. Anyways, I love the app and you should probably try it if you like to win or just the battle royal or free for all type games since it’s free. Get it!

hlprmnky ,

Fun game, plenty of depth but still casual friendly

I’m writing from the perspective of a long-time video game enthusiast who enjoys challenging games but who doesn’t have the free time to devote to really mastering something like League or Starcraft (my first favorite, that I haven’t played in years, RIP my APM).
Teamfight Tactics is super, super fun for me. There’s plenty of depth and skill ceiling in how you respond to both the luck of the draw and how the other players are or aren’t draining the potential champion pool as you go. Balancing investment in the late game versus trying to snowball early is another axis on which you have to think while playing. It’s super fun and satisfying when your strategy works out, but it’s even *more* fun when you react to developing conditions and your on-the-fly strategy works out.
The game is beautiful and remarkably stable; I think I’ve only seen it crash once and I have never encountered a bug that affected gameplay, as far as I know.
Game lengths clock in between 15 and 30 minutes, at least at my level of skill, and that’s just perfect for me as a busy parent and working adult who doesn’t get to grind out 25 ladder games a weekend any more.
The only thing I would love to see that’s missing is a native-resolution iPad client. I look forward to playing TFT for a long time to come.

App Privacy

The developer, Riot Games, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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