Updated (September 24): Added Play-In results

Who is the best Wild Rift team in Southeast Asia?

We’ll find out the answer at the inaugural Wild Rift SEA Championship which will see 21 teams from nine different regions competing on one stage, set to take place in September.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021, including the schedule, results, and where to watch the tournament.


What is the Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021?

League of Legends: Wild Rift, SEA Championship 2021, Garen
Credit: Riot Games, ESL Asia

The Wild Rift SEA Championship is the epic conclusion to the Wild Rift SEA Icon Series.

A total of nine regions will compete in this Wild Rift tournament, including Southeast Asia’s Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, and Oceania’s Australia and New Zealand.


Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021 schedule and results

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

The Wild Rift SEA Championship will be played out in three stages, and will take place from mid-September to early October.

(All times and dates are in GMT+8)

  • Stage 1 — Play-Ins (September 14 – September 19)
  • Stage 2 — Group Stages (September 23 – 26)
  • Stage 3 — Main Event (September 30 – October 3)

Play-In schedule and results

September 14

BRACKET A
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
Fennel Adversity3 — 1INVATE Esports
Buriram United3 — 0 Berjaya Dragons
BRACKET B
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
Divine Esports1 — 3BOOM Esports

September 15

BRACKET B
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
Saigon Phantom0 — 3Flash Wolves
BRACKET C
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
QWQ0 — 3Banana
Team Flash3 — 0 Looking for Daddy

September 16

BRACKET A
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
Divine Esports3 — 0Berjaya Dragons
BOOM Esports0 — 3Buriram United Esports
BRACKET B
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
INVATE Esports3 — 1Saigon Phantom

September 17

BRACKET B
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
FENNEL Adversity3 — 2Flash Wolves
BRACKET C
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
QWQ3 — 0Looking for Daddy
Banana1 — 3Team Flash

September 18

BRACKET A
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
BOOM Esports0 — 3Divine Esports
BRACKET B
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
Flash Wolves1 — 3INVATE Esports
BRACKET C
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
Banana1 — 3QWQ

September 19

BRACKET A
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
Buriram United Esports0 — 3Divine Esports
BRACKET B
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
FENNEL Adversity2 — 3Flash Wolves
BRACKET C
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
Team Flash3 — 0QWQ

September 20

LAST CHANCE QUALIFIER
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
Buriram United Esports3 — 1FENNEL Adversity

Group Stage schedule and results

September 23

GROUP A
TEAM
RESULTSTEAM
Team Flash1 — 1ONE Team
MBR Esports0 — 2Buriram United Esports
ONE Team2 — 0SVP
Team Flash0 — 2Buriram United Esports
SVP1 — 1MBR Esports
Team Secret1 — 1ONE Team
MBR Esports 2 — 0Team Flash
SVP0 — 2Team Secret

September 24

  • Divine Esports vs Flash Wolves (1:00 p.m.)
  • SBTC Esports vs Alliance (2:15 p.m.)
  • Geek Fam vs Divine Esports (3:30 p.m.)
  • Flash Wolves vs SBTC Esports (5:00 p.m.)
  • Divine Esports vs EVOS Esports TH (6:15 p.m.)
  • Geek Fam vs Alliance (7:30 p.m.)
  • Flash Wolves vs EVOS Esports TH (8:45 p.m.)
  • SBTC Esports vs Geek Fam (10:00 p.m.)

September 25

  • Buriram United Esports vs ONE Team (1:00 p.m.)
  • MBR Esports vs Team Secret (2:30 p.m.)
  • Buriram United Esports vs SVP (4:00 p.m.)
  • Team Secret vs Flash Wolves (5:30 p.m.)
  • ONE Team vs MBR Esports (7:00 p.m.)
  • Team Flash vs SVP (8:30 p.m.)
  • Team Secret vs Buriram United Esports (10:00 p.m.)

September 26

  • Divine Esports vs SBTC Esports (1:00 p.m.)
  • Alliance vs EVOS Esports TH (2:30 p.m.)
  • Geek Fam vs Flash Wolves (4:00 p.m.)
  • Alliance vs Divine Esports (5:30 p.m.)
  • EVOS Esports TH vs SBTC Esports (7:00 p.m.)
  • Alliance vs Flash Wolves (8:30 p.m.)
  • EVOS Esports TH vs Geek Fam (10:00 p.m.)

(To be updated)


Format of the Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021

League of Legends: Wild Rift, Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021, Format
Credit: Ban Chee

There will be two Pools of teams in this tournament.

All regions will receive one slot, and will be directly invited for the SEA Championship Group Stage in Pool 1. Teams in Pool 2 will be directly invited to the Play-Ins.

The detailed format of the tournament will be announced soon. We can expect it to take on a double elimination bracket, wrote Wild Rift Esports Project Manager, Ban “ChisinX” Chee.



Every team competing in the Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021

League of Legends: Wild Rift, Stargazer Camille, Stargazer Soraka, Stargazer Twisted Fate, skin
Credit: Riot Games

Pool 1 will have a total of nine teams directly invited to the Group Stage. Pool 2 will have 12 teams competing at the Play-Ins.

Regions are awarded extra slots if their team secure Top 4 at the Summer Super Cup (SSC). Vietnam received more slots than Thailand since their SSC representatives Cerberus Esports and SBTC Esports reached the semifinals.

Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021 Pool 1 teams

REGIONTEAM
VietnamSBTC Esports
ThailandEVOS Esports TH
TaiwanONE Team
Hong KongSVP
IndonesiaMBR Esports
MalaysiaGeek Fam
PhilippinesTeam Secret
SingaporeAlliance
OceaniaAzure Esports

Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021 Pool 2 teams

REGIONTEAM
VietnamSaigon Phantom
Team Flash
ThailandBuriram United Esports
INVATE Esports
TaiwanLooking For Daddy
Hong KongQWQ
IndonesiaBOOM Esports
MalaysiaBerjaya Dragons
PhilippinesFENNEL Adversity
SingaporeBanana

Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021 prize pool

League of Legends: Wild Rift, Sorceress Lux skin
Credit: Riot Games

Teams will be competing for a US$200,000 prize pool and a chance to qualify for the League of Legends: Wild Rift World Championship.


Where to watch the Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021?

Bigerton Alpha Baron laner Flap1 playing Tank Garen in Wild Rift Summer Super Cup
Screenshot by Amanda Tan/ONE Esports

Fans can watch the Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021 stream on Riot Games’ Twitch channel and on ESL’s local Malaysia and Thailand Twitch channels.

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