The biggest mobile MOBA event of the year is almost here — we’re talking about the League of Legends: Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021!

Here’s everything you need to know about this Riot Games world championship tournament including its participating teams, schedule, prize pool, format, and where to watch.

What is Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021?

Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021 logo
Credit: Riot Games

The League of Legends: Wild Rift Horizon Cup is the crowning event of the mobile MOBA title’s esports scene. It is Wild Rift’s world championship, featuring teams from the regional qualifiers of Southeast Asia, China, Europe, North America, Korea, Japan, LATAM, and Brazil regions.

The world championship tournament will offer the biggest prize pool in Wild Rift esports history.

Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021 schedule and results

An overview of the Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021 schedule.
Credit: Wild Rift Esports

As for the Horizon Cup’s schedule, the tournament will take place from November 13 to 21 at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Here is an overview of the Wild Rift Horizon Cup schedule:

  • Group Stage: November 13 to 17
  • Quarterfinals: November 19
  • Semifinals: November 20
  • Finals: November 21

Here is the full Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021 schedule.

 (All dates and times are in GMT, GMT+8, and PST.)

Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021 Knockout Stage schedule and results

November 19 (Quarterfinals)

Team Secret3 — 0SBTC Esports
Rolster Y3 — 0Sengoku Gaming

November 20 (Semifinals)

Da Kun Gaming3 — 1Team Secret
ThunderTalk Gaming3 — 2Rolster Y

November 21 (Finals)

Da Kun Gaming4 — 2ThunderTalk Gaming

Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021 Group Stage schedule and results

Da Kun Gaming (4-0)ThunderTalk Gaming (4-0)
Rolster Y (3-1)Team Secret (3-1)
SBTC Esports (2-2)Sengoku Gaming (2-2)
TSM (1-3)Team Queso (1-3)
Tribe Gaming (0-4)eBRO Gaming (0-4)

November 13

Da Kun Gaming2 — 0SBTC Esports
eBRO Gaming0 — 2Team Queso
Team Secret1 — 2ThunderTalk Gaming
TSM2 — 1Tribe Gaming

November 14

Rolster Y2 — 0SBTC Esports
Da Kun Gaming2 — 0TSM
Team Secret2 — 0eBRO Gaming
Sengoku Gaming1 — 2ThunderTalk Gaming

November 15

eBRO Gaming1 — 2Sengoku Gaming
Team Queso0 — 2Team Secret
TSM1 — 2Rolster Y
Tribe Gaming0 — 2Da Kun Gaming

November 16

ThunderTalk Gaming2 — 0Team Queso
Rolster Y1 — 2Da Kun Gaming
Sengoku Gaming0 — 2Team Secret
SBTC Esports2 — 1Tribe Gaming

November 17

Team Queso0 — 2Sengoku Gaming
ThunderTalk Gaming2 — 0eBRO Gaming
SBTC Esports2 — 0TSM
Tribe Gaming0 — 2Rolster Y

Format of the Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021

Summer Super Cup 2021 quarterfinals playoffs match between Amihan Esports and SBTC Esports
Screenshot by Amanda Tan/ONE Esports

The format of the Wild Rift World Championship involves two stages, the Group Stage and Knockout Stage.

Group Stage format

Format of the Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021 Group Stage.
Credit: Wild Rift Esports

10 teams will be split into two groups of five, and compete in a single best-of-three round robin.

The top three teams of each group will advance to the Knockout Stage. The first seed team will also receive a round one bye.

Da Kun GamingeBRO Gaming
Rolster YSengoku Gaming
SBTC EsportsTeam Queso
Tribe GamingTeam Secret
TSMThunderTalk Gaming

Knockout Stage format

Format of the Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021 Knockout Stage.
Credit: Wild Rift Esports

The playoffs is structured in a single elimination format. Quarterfinals and semifinals matches will be played in a best-of-five, while the grand final will be a best-of-seven.

Every team competing in the Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021

All the qualified teams at the Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021.
Credit: Wild Rift Esports

The Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021 world championship tournament will feature a total of ten teams according to Wild Rift Competitive’s Twitter account:

2ChinaLPL Qualifier, Spark Invitational
2Southeast AsiaSEA Championship
1EuropeOrigin Series
1North AmericaSummoner Series
1KoreaWild Rift Champions Korea
1JapanJapan Cup
1LATAMLolcito Salvaje Abierto
1BrazilWild Tour

The winning teams from the abovementioned tournaments will automatically qualify for Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021.

Here are the qualified teams for Wild Rift world championship:

ChinaDa Kun Gaming
ThunderTalk Gaming
Southeast AsiaSBTC Esports
Team Secret
EuropeTeam Queso
North AmericaTribe Gaming NA
KoreaRolster Y
JapanSengoku Gaming

Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021 prize pool

League of Legends: Wild Rift, Teams
Screenshot by Kristine Tuting/ ONE Esports

The prize pool for the Wild Rift world championship tournament is US$500,000. The winning team will go home with the lion’s share of the world championship’s prize pool.

Where to watch the Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021 world championship?

Yasuo, Wild Rift
Credit: Riot Games

The tournament will be broadcasted on Wild Rift Esports’ Twitch channel. Check out the table below for localized livestreams.

Bahasa IndonesiaWild Rift Indonesia Facebook
Wild Rift Indonesia YouTube
Wild Rift Indonesia Esports YouTube (managed by One Up)
One Up Twitch
Bahasa MalaysiaWild Rift Malaysia Facebook
Wild Rift Malaysia YouTube
ESL Malaysia Facebook
ESL Malaysia YouTube
ESL Malaysia Twitch
ThaiWild Rift Thailand YouTube
Wild Rift Thailand Facebook
ESL Thailand Twitch
ESL Thailand Facebook
ESL Thailand YouTube
Traditional Chinese MandarinWild Rift Taiwan Facebook
TWM Wild Rift Twitch
Wild Rift Taiwan YouTube
FilipinoWild Rift Philippines Facebook
PPGL Facebook
PPGL Twitch
PPGL YouTube
VietnameseWild Rift Vietnam Esports Facebook
Wild Rift Vietnam Facebook
Wild Rift Vietnam Tiktok
Wild Rift Vietnam YouTube

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