The Summer Super Cup, the region’s first regional League of Legends competition of the year, provided an opportunity for some of Southeast Asia’s most promising League of Legends: Wild Rift players to demonstrate their abilities.
And with that, the current Wild Rift SEA Icon Series: Fall Season is coming to an end. However, the upcoming Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021, which is scheduled to take place from mid-September to early October, will keep fans and players busy for a while longer than that.
For the SEA Championship 2021, a total of 21 of the best teams from the currently running Wild Rift SEA Icon Series: Fall Season will be eligible to compete.
These teams will come from eight countries across Southeast Asia, including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, as well as Taiwan and Hong Kong.
The qualified teams will compete for a share of a total prize pool of US$200,000 in the championship.
In addition, the Oceanic Qualifiers for the SEA Championship 2021 provide an opportunity for teams from Australia and New Zealand to participate in the competition.
During the Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021, there will be three stages of competition, with Stage 1 consisting of the Play-Ins taking place from September 14 to September 19. The Group Stages will take place between September 23 and September 26, and will be the focus of Stage 2.
The Main Event, which will take place from September 30 to October 3, will serve as the kickoff for the road to the championship finals.
More information about the qualified teams as well as the specifics of the event will be made available in the near future. More information can be found on the Wild Rift Competitive Play website.
In order to bring this exciting event to Southeast Asia, Riot Games Southeast Asia will collaborate with ESL Asia, which is also responsible for bringing the upcoming Pokémon Asia Players Cup 2021 to the region.
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