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Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021 unveiled with $200,000 prize pool

Wild Rift SEA Championship

The League of Legends: Wild Rift Southeast Asia (SEA) Championship 2021 will occur from Sept. 14 to Oct. 3, Riot Games declared today. 21 groups from across SEA and Oceania will vie for a portion of the $200,000 prize pool and spaces to the Wild Rift World Championship 2021.

The groups will qualify through the SEA Icon Series in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. The victor of the ESL Wild Rift Mobile Open Oceania (Australia and New Zealand) Championship 2021 will likewise come to the competition.


There will be three phases in the SEA Championship. These are:

  • Play-ins: Sept. 14 to 19
  • Gathering Stages: Sept. 23 to 26
  • Headliner: Sept. 30 to Oct. 3

Boycott “ChisinX” Chee, project administrator for Wild Rift esports at Riot Games SEA, uncovered the spaces dissemination for the title on Twitter. The victor of every Icon Series in SEA and the Oceania Championship will straightforwardly fit the bill for the gathering stages. Every locale, aside from Oceania, will likewise get one space for the play-ins. Nonetheless, if the locale put in the best four throughout the Summer Super Cup in June 2021, extra play-in space is given.

Evos Esports from Thailand is ensured a spot in the play-ins for being the Summer Super Cup 2021 victors. Nonetheless, if the group neglects to get the best three situations in the SEA Icon Series Thailand’s end of the season games, Vietnam’s openings in the play-ins will be decreased to two to account for EVOS.

Portable esports competition coordinator ESL Mobile has declared it has united with computer game distributors and engineers Riot Games to introduce the League of Legends: Wild Rift SEA Championships.

The competition will include as a component of the Fall period of the SEA ICON Series — Riot Games’ true competition series for the South East Asia district.

The competition will see 20 groups from across South East Asia, Australia, and New Zealand vie for a portion of $200,000 (~£144,265) in prize cash across three phases. The Play-In phase of the competition is booked to start on September fourteenth.

Scratch Vanzetti, Senior Vice President of ESL Asia-Pacific and Japan, talked on introducing the competition: “We are incredibly eager to introduce the Wild Rift SEA Championships 2021 along with Riot Games as a component of ESL Mobile’s dispatch in APAC.

“ESL is respected to have the option to give the best Wild Rift groups the chance to radiate on the territorial stage. This competition is another incredible opportunity to see players demonstrate their abilities and seek praises as the best in SEA.”

Following the Play-In stage, the Group stage will initiate from September 23rd-26th with the passing groups booking their position in the Main Event of the competition starting on September 30th. The SEA Championship will be communicated on Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook in eight dialects.

Chris Tran, Head of Esports at Riot Games SEA, added: “The Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021 imprints the following stage in our Wild Rift SEA Icon Series: Fall Season that has seen a stunning degree of cooperation and commitment from our South East Asia groups, players and fans.

“Our groups have demonstrated themselves to be gifted and exciting to watch and we are eager to work with ESL to carry the SEA Championship to the district.”

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