The Horizon Cup, the first global tournament for League of Legends: Wild Rift is almost here!
Held in Singapore and taking place between November 13 to November 21, the tournament will see 10 teams that qualified from eight different regions competing for US$500,000.
The ten qualified teams are:
|GROUP A||GROUP B|
|Da Kun Gaming||eBRO Gaming|
|Rolster Y||Sengoku Gaming|
|SBTC Esports||Team Queso|
|Tribe Gaming||Team Secret|
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For each day of the tournament, there will be one featured match-up.
If you can predict the winner of that match-up, you could win a Wild Rift Champion straight out of the brand new League of Legends Arcane series on Netflix.
Choose between Jinx, Vi, Caitlyn, and Jayce.
Riot has teamed up with ONE Esports for this contest, so you’ll find the featured match-up posted daily on Riot’s official Wild Rift Facebook page, as well as the official ONE Esports Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages starting from the Group Stage on November 13, all the way up to the Finals on November 21.
All you have to do is comment on the post predicting which team will win, and why. Winners will be chosen from the best correct answers.
Giveaways are applicable for players based in Thailand, Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore only. Only one champion will be gifted per player for the campaign.
And to help you pick the winner, ONE Esports will be breaking down the featured match-up each day, so make sure you check back daily for the latest tournament advice.
READ MORE: Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021: Schedule, format, teams, where to watch