Riot Games has announced that its first international tournament, for League of Legends: Wild Rift, will take place in Singapore this year. The Wild Rift Horizon Cup will conclude the 2021 preseason and will take place from November 13 to November 21, with the finals taking place on November 21. Riot Games is hosting its first ever mobile gaming esports tournament.
For the Wild Rift Horizon Cup, eight regions from around the world have already begun competing in their regional tournaments in order to qualify for the event. The top ten teams from each of the regional qualifying tournaments will advance to the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Center to compete for the international championship. The prize pool as well as the format of the tournament have not yet been determined.
“The Wild Rift Horizon Cup is the first of many steps we will take to demonstrate our commitment to our mobile fans around the world,” said Leo Faria, global head of Wild Rift Esports, in a press release. “We are looking forward to sharing more information about what we have been working on for the future of the sport later this year.”
For Riot Games fans, the announcement of an international tournament for Wild Rift comes as no surprise. A competitive esport on an international scale has been established for the mobile game, which joins the ranks of Valorant and League of Legends. Despite the fact that League of Legends: Wild Rift was released in multiple regions this year, the company has already demonstrated its commitment to the esports scene.
League of Legends: Wild Rift is a reimagining of the popular MMORPG League of Legends that was developed specifically for consoles and mobile devices. The game already features more than 70 iconic characters from the League of Legends roster, with two new champions being added each month, according to the developers.
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