The grand final was a thrilling best-of-seven against fellow countrymen, ThunderTalk Gaming but it never looked like the latter had a chance, with DKG proving they had TTG's number even though both teams had never met before. While DKG has shown that they are a force to be reckoned with, things do look promising for TTG - being a relatively new team, second place at the world championship is no joke. Well played to feibai, Chris, Z, Azure and S12K for coming this far. Both of these teams will be favourites heading into the next season of competitive Wild Rift, so keep an eye out for them in the Chinese scene.
DKG won the grand final with a 4-2 score and their support player, Emo (not to be confused with Invictus Gaming's player "?") won the player of the series award for his fantastic gameplay. He knew where to be at exactly the right time. The team walked away from the tournament $100,000 richer, and title of "best in the world". With the Horizon Cup concluded, we can't wait to see what's in store for us next. Make sure you stay tuned to eGG Network for all the latest news and updates on Wild Rift esports!