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New League of Legends: Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021 Announced

by Syed Hassan AlgadrieAugust 16, 2021
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The League of Legends: Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021 is a significant Wild Rift esports competition organised by ESL, the world’s largest esports corporation, and Riot Games. This event is a direct continuation of the existing SEA ICON Series: Fall Season, in which 21 of Southeast Asia’s best teams will battle for a piece of the USD200,000 (RM847,100) prize pool presented in the Wild Rift SEA Championship, making it the pinnacle of Wild Rift esports in the region.

ESL Mobile Challenge presents League of Legends: Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021

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The event will feature 21 teams from nine Southeast Asian countries: Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. The Oceanic Qualifiers for the Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021 also provide an opportunity for Australian and New Zealander teams to compete.

The Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021 is divided into three stages: Play-Ins, Group Stage, and the Main Event. To win the championship and the lion’s share of the prize pool, teams will have to compete their way through each level.

The Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021, in addition to the USD200,000 (RM847,100) prize pool, provides a platform for Southeast Asian teams to compete and grow via the Wild Rift esports ecosystem in their quest to be the greatest in the world.

The tournament will be broadcast live at each stage. The broadcast dates for each stage are as follows:

  • Stage 1 – Play Ins: September 14 – 19, 2021
  • Stage 2 – Group Stages: September 23 – 26, 2021
  • Stage 3 – Main Event: September 30 – October 3, 2021

The competition will be broadcasted live across three platforms in eight different languages. The English broadcast is available on Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook, while the Bahasa Melayu broadcast is available on Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook.

Follow ESL Mobile on Twitter and ESL Asia on Facebook and Instagram for the latest news and updates.

Pokdepinion: Let’s go teams from Malaysia (whoever you are)! I’ll be rooting for you!

About The Author
Syed Hassan Algadrie
Just a guy who loves Star Wars, Transformers, tech, 90s nostalgia and all things geek. Is in a constant battle with procrastination.