LoL Battle Queens 2020 Event | Milestone missions and pass guide
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The final League of Legends event in 2020 is Battle Queens, the most regal event to come to Runeterra! As with every event Riot Games unveils, there are tons of new missions to complete and rewards to earn. Heavy weighs the crown of a Battle Queen but luckily our complete list of milestone missions and battle pass rewards guide will ease the burden.

As of December 10, 2020, players can pick up the Battle Queens 2020 Pass for 1,650 RP. This pass comes with 4 Battle Queens 2020 Orbs, as well as 200 event tokens. In addition, the pass grants players access to 20 new Milestone missions.

Players able to dip into the royal coffers can also pick up the Battle Queens pass as part of a larger bundle. The bundle costs 2,650 RP and contains all of the bonuses from the battle pass, as well as the new Battle Queen Diana skin and her accompanying Player Icon and loading screen border.

Token Rewards

As always, purchasing the new Battle Queens event pass gives players access to free token rewards on every game played. This is, arguably, the most valuable perk of the battle pass, as there is no limit on how many tokens players can farm. As long as you queue up for a PvP match in Summoner’s Rift, ARAM, TFT, or the freshly returning Nexus Blitz, every game will reward tokens, win or lose.

Objective Reward
Win a game of Summoner’s Rift 10 Tokens
Lose a game of Summoner’s Rift 5 Tokens
Win a game of Nexus Blitz 6 Tokens
Lose a game of Nexus Blitz 3 Tokens
Win a game of ARAM 6 Tokens
Lose a game of ARAM 3 Tokens
Achieve a rank of 1 or 2 in TFT 8 Tokens
Achieve a rank of 3 or 4  in TFT 6 Tokens
Achieve a rank of 5 or 6  in TFT 4 Tokens
Achieve a rank of 7 or 8 in TFT 2 Tokens

League of Legends Battle Queens 2020 Prestige Diana Skin

Battle Queens 2020 Milestone Missions

The Battle Queens pass gives players access to 20 awesome Milestone missions. As these missions are sequential, each Milestone must be completed before players can move on to the next. Each of these missions requires 15 ‘points’ to be completed. A win in any matchmade game awards 5 points, while losses award 2 points.

In Teamfight Tactics, a win consists of a top four finish, while placing 5th-8th acts as a loss.

Objective Reward
Milestone 1 Battle Queens 2020 Event Pass Mission Icon
Milestone 2 5 Prestige Points
Milestone 3 10 Win XP Boost
Milestone 4 5 Prestige Points
Milestone 5 Emote: You Really Thought…
Milestone 6 5 Prestige Points
Milestone 7 1500 Blue Essence
Milestone 8 5 Prestige Points
Milestone 9 Emote: What Was That?!
Milestone 10 5 Prestige Points
Milestone 11 Emote: Sound the Ornn Horn
Milestone 12 1500 Blue Essence
Milestone 13 500 Orange Essence
Milestone 14 Mystery Emote Permanent
Milestone 15 1 Gemstone
Milestone 16 Hextech Key
Milestone 17 1 Masterwork Chest
Milestone 18 750 Orange Essence
Milestone 19 Battle Queens 2020 Orb
Milestone 20 1 Gemstone

Weekly Win Missions

Continuing the tradition set by previous battle passes, the Battle Queens event pass also gives players access to four big Weekly Win Missions. These weekly missions hand out the biggest chunk of tokens in each event. Similar to the Milestone missions, Weekly Win Missions require points to be completed. There are four missions: the first three require 35 points each, while the last requires 55 points and has a larger payout.

Once again, players will earn 5 points for every matchmade win in Summoner’s Rift, ARAM, Nexus Blitz, or Teamfight Tactics. Losing a match rewards 2 points.

Objective Reward
Week 1: Score 35 Points 215 Event Tokens
Week 2: Score 35 Points 215 Event Tokens
Week 3: Score 35 Points 215 Event Tokens
Week 4: Score 55 Points 310 Event Tokens

Players picking up the League of Legends Battle Queens 2020 Pass have a limited time to earn all available rewards. Missions end on January 11, 2021, at 11:59 PM.

For more details, check out the official Riot Games dev blog. For more guides and all future information on the Battle Queens 2020 event, make sure to keep up with Daily Esports.

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