The League of Legends: Wild Rift game, developed by Riot Game to offer the League of Legends experience to players on mobile platforms, is entering the world of esports. It is now the mobile players' turn to be a star.
Riot Games, as the largest global esports producer, is adding a new one to its professional league tournaments this time, on a different platform. Leading the esports ecosystem, the company is launching the esports of its new mobile game League of Legends: Wild Rift.
"We bring our passion and commitment to espora to mobile"
Riot Games Global Esports Leader John Needham in today's season start broadcast; “Just like LoL PC, the highly competitive Wild Rift is a great sport with its depth, variety and exciting moments. "We are excited to bring our passion and commitment to esports to mobile, even though we are just at the beginning of the road."
Riot Games seems very determined to bring Wild Rift Esports to players around the world. While the company continues to work on its regional and global plans, it has announced competitive plans for Wild Rift Esports in Southeast Asia.
Starts in March
In Southeast Asia, the season will start with small events that will take place periodically throughout March. In April, the teams will share their trump cards in eight different local tournaments. Here, teams will compete to become the local champion and then have the opportunity to compete with other local champions in Southeast Asia.