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Riot announces Wild Rift: Horizon Cup slated for November

03:40 PM September 22, 2021

At a glance:
Wild Rift Horizon Cup
Location: Singapore
Venue: Suntec Singapore
Dates: Nov 13 – 21

Wild Rift was introduced across regions earlier this year, and the demand we’ve seen for esports has been incredible. We’ve been planning an international esports debut all year and we’re ready to show you what top-tier pro play looks like in Wild Rift. Regional competitions have already begun around the world, and the year will finish off with a multi-region event.

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To celebrate the end of our preseason, the Wild Rift Horizon Cup is coming to Singapore! The top 10 teams to qualify through the regional qualifiers will be headed to the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre to fight for the first international title. The tournament will begin November 13 with the Finals taking place on November 21. With support from the Singapore Tourism Board, we look forward to welcoming the teams and players to Singapore.

Riot Games launched Wild Rift across regions earlier this year and is committed to building out the esports ecosystem. “The Wild Rift Horizon Cup is the first of many steps we will take to show how committed we are to our mobile fans around the world. We are excited to share more of what we’ve been preparing for the future of the sport later this year” said Leo Faria, Global Head of Wild Rift Esports.

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More info including regional qualifier dates, prize pool, broadcast schedule, and format will be revealed closer to the event.

This article is an official press release from Riot Games.

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