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We're now one step closer to determining the best Wild Rift team in SEA. Over the past seven weeks, all the top teams in Malaysia/Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Taiwan and Oceania have been duking it out for a spot in the biggest event of 2022 so far - the Wild Rift Champions SEA 2022, where they will compete against each other for a spot in the Global Championship later this year.

From 23 April to 8 May, here are the 11 teams who will be battling each other for money, a title, and a coveted spot:

The top four teams will qualify for the Wild Rift Icons Global Championship and a cut of the USD 200,000 prize pool.

There will be 3 stages to the Wild Rift Champions SEA 2022: play-ins, playoffs, and finals.

Play-ins (23-24 April)

Five teams will be playing a best-of-three round robin against every team for a spot in the playoffs. The top team will move forward while second and third place will play a best-of-five for the last slot. The teams in this stage will be: Cerberus Esports, EVOS Esports TH, FENNE Adversity, ONE Team and Smash Logic Gaming.

Playoffs and Finals (26-27 April, 29 April - 1 May, 6-7 May)

The eight teams will compete against each other in a double-elimination bracket, best-of-five until the lower bracket finals and grand finals which will be best-of-seven. For the first round, teams from the same-sub region cannot be drawn against each other, which means we'll only be seeing inter-region matches in the beginning, spicy!

The event will be broadcasted live on Twitch, Facebook and YouTube, check out the links to the broadcasts below. Matches start from 2 PM (GMT+8) 23 April.

English: 

Tagalog

Bahasa Indonesia

Bahasa Malaysia

Mandarin

Vietnamese

Thai

We can't wait to see which teams will hoist the trophy this year! Stay tuned to eGG Network for more news and updates about Wild Rift. More info.

With the qualifiers done and dusted, it looks like we're all set for the upcoming competitive Wild Rift season in Southeast Asia. Riot today unveiled additional information about Wild Rift Champions SEA (WCS). Consisting of six regions - Malaysia & Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam and Taiwan & Macau, there will be a five-week-long best-of-three double round-robin regular season for each region.

The top six teams will then move on to the Playoffs, a two-week-long double-elimination tournament from 1 - 10 April, and the winning teams will then move on to the regional WCS Finals, with the top 4 going on to represent SEA at the Wild Rift Icons Global Championship in Europe this summer.

Competing Teams:

Malaysia & Singapore

Indonesia

Philippines

Thailand

Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau

Vietnam

All matches will be broadcast live on the following platforms, 25th February onwards.

More info.

Stay tuned to Wild Rift Esports or eGG Network for more news and updates!



It's been over a week since the Wild Rift: Horizon Cup began and the inaugural world championship for League of Legends: Wild Rift came to a conclusion on Saturday night. Just like Worlds 2021, this year's tournament belonged to China, with the difference being two Chinese teams in the grand final instead of one. Congratulations to Da Kun Gaming for taking the win! The squad played immaculately during the whole event, dropping only 4 games without losing a series. Yk, Huiba, You, Wind and Emo are your very first Wild Rift world champions.

DKG vs TTG (top to bottom)

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!

 

SEA Game Awards 2021

A night of awards for game developers and performances from some of your favourite artists in the region. It's going to be an event to remember!

Date and Time: 19 November, 8 PM

Where to Watch: eGG Network TVFacebook, TikTok

eGG Network 5th Anniversary Rocket League Charity Showmatch

A conclusion to our 5th Anniversary celebrations, this Rocket League Charity Showmatch will be used to raise funds for Rumah Kanak-Kanak (RKK) Rembau, Negeri Sembilan. There will be tons of prizes we'll be giving out throughout the event, so make sure you tune in!

Date and Time: 20 November, 12 PM

Where to Watch: eGG Network TV and Facebook

Wild Rift: Horizon Cup

We're down to the final 6 teams this weekend to decide who will win the Horizon Cup. Will it be China's DKG or TTG? What about SEA's SBTC and Secret? Or will it be Korea's Rolster Y or Japan's Sengoku Gaming? Only one way to find out. All you need to know.

Date and Times:

Where to Watch:

Free Fire Asia Championship 2021

The Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 is finally here! Starting this weekend will be the play-ins, where the two groups of 12 teams will be fighting for a spot at the grand finals.  The top two from each group and the best 3rd placed team will qualify for the finals the following week. Let's go Malaysia!

Date and Time: 20-21 November, 6 PM

Where to Watch: YouTube, Facebook

Red Bull M.E.O. Season 4

Red Bull's Mobile Esports Open's regional finals will take place this weekend, so if you've been itching for some PUBG Mobile action, you won't want to miss out!

Date and Time: 21 November, 2 PM

Where to Watch: eGG Network TV, Twitch, Facebook

Top Clans Winter Stage 2021

Top Clans is back to close out the year with the Winter Stage! Starting off the event will be Naraka: Bladepoint.

Date and Time: 24-28 November, 1 PM

Where to Watch: eGG Network TV, YouTube, Twitch

U Mobile MLCC

Which will be the best college/university Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team in Malaysia?

Date and Time: 20-21 November, 10 AM

Where to Watch: Facebook

Arcane

Arcane continues this weekend with Act Three. Don't forget to join our Nixie Device giveaway!

Date and Time:

Where to Watch: Netflix

Esports Awards 2021

Date and Time: 21 November, 10 AM

Where to Watch: eGG Network TV, Twitch

Blast Premier Fall Final

Another chance to catch Major winners, Na'Vi in action! Can they repeat their previous victory? More info.

Dates and Times:

Where to Watch: eGG Network TV, Twitch, YouTube

All dates and times are in GMT +8


The past week has been pretty exciting for Wild Rift fans, with the group stage of the Horizon Cup playing out. Turns out eastern teams are pretty good at the game! Then again, we did get access to the game before the west. We've got some good news - SEA representatives, SBTC Esports and Team Secret have made it through groups and bad news - they'll be eliminating each other in the quarterfinals this weekend.  If either team had won or lost an additional match in the group stage, this could have all been avoided but alas, we'll be getting a rematch of the Wild Rift SEA Championship.

The other teams that made it through are Da Kun Gaming and ThunderTalk Gaming from China -  they haven't lost a single series yet, which puts them as favourites to win the whole tournament. With China winning Worlds this year, can they repeat the success of their countrymen at this event? Making it to the other half of the bracket are Japan's Sengoku Gaming and Korea's Rolster Y.  Sengoku was pretty shaky, going 2-2 (5-5) in groups, while KT Rolster had a better 3-1 (7-3) record.

With the playoffs being single-elimination best-of-five until the grand finals, anything can happen, and we're excited to watch it all unfold. Catch the action live on eGG Network TV, Twitch, Facebook or YouTube, from 19-21 November, 6 PM (GMT+8) onwards. Stay tuned to eGG Network for more news and updates.

 

We've crowned the best Dota 2, League of Legends, and CS:GO teams this year, and now it's time to find out who the best Wild Rift team in the world is. If you've been looking forward to seeing all the top Wild Rift teams globally go head to head against each other, you won't have to wait for long. The Horizon Cup is about to kick off this Saturday and this is the first time we'll get to see how each region stacks up against each other.

From China, we have Da Kun Gaming and ThunderTalk Gaming, with the former qualifying through the Spark Invitational 2021 through a 4-1 victory over Team For Champion, while the latter went through the gruelling 2022 LPL Qualifiers. Both teams look good and are from a strong region, so they'll be the ones to look out for at the event. KT Rolster came from Wild Rift Champions Korea where they went undefeated (7-0) in the playoffs, another scary team to look out for.

The SEA representatives, SBTC Esports (Vn) and Team Secret (Ph) emerged from the bloodbath that was the highly competitive SEA Championship. Both teams are looking strong and have the pride of our region on their backs - make sure you give them all your support!

Team Queso are from Wild Rift Origin Series, the EMEA regional circuit, and have been doing well in their region, snagging a lot of 1st and 2nd place spots in tournaments they've been competing in. Tribe Gaming NA are from North America, one of the last regions to receive the game so it'll be interesting to see if they have caught up to the rest of the world or if they will be leading the charge with a new perspective. The team only dropped a single game on their run to the grand finals and have won 12 of the last 17 tournaments they entered. TSM, a staple of the LoL scene that almost made it to Worlds this year, will be making their international debut at this event.

Sengoku Gaming has been dominating Japan for some time and will look to repeat that achievement at the Horizon Cup. eBRO Gaming look like the underdog of the tournament. Prior to Lolcito Salvaje Abierto, the team has struggled to win any prize money, so placing well at this event will be the biggest achievement they can accomplish.

In addition to the countless streams in various languages that will be broadcasting the Horizon Cup, you can catch all the action live on eGG Network TV, starting this Saturday (13 November) at 6 PM. Wild Rift Esports Facebook Page, Official Site, Liquipedia.

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