News – PH – Eight teams compete in the PH Leg of the Wild Rift Icon Series: Preseason


On Monday the 22nd February, the eight teams invited to participate in the Philippine leg of the first League of Legends: Wild Rift Southeast Asia Icon Series: Preseason, Wild Rift Asia Brawl Champion Smart Omega and runner-up Nexplay Esports made the first list of invitees Participants included in the preseason tournament, which will serve as the launch pad for Riot’s mobile MOBA game in the region

Earlier this month, Riot invited Bren Esports, Team Secret PH, and Rex Regum Qeon (RRQ) PH to join us on March 20 and 21 Team Secret, a prestigious multinational esports organization, and RRQ, an Indonesia-based group, both decided to build their Wild Rift teams in the country to complete Liyab Esports, Execration and Sunsparks looking to rebuild their franchise Sunsparks is best known for his success in Moonton’s Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, which won consecutive titles in seasons 4 and 5 of the MPL Philippines before it was acquired by the Indonesian organization Aura “The Southeast Asia Icon Series is our first step in making League of Legends: Wild Rift a regional esport worthy of the passion and skills of our players,” said Chris Tran, director of esports for Riot Games in Southeast Asia. Hong Kong and Taiwan “We hope teams and fans enjoy this bespoke, high-stakes Wild Rift competition experience After the preseason, players from across the region will be able to take part in the Icon Series: Summer Season, an eight-week competition

In addition to the Icon series, Riot has also partnered with Mineski Philippines, Globe, and Oppo to run the two major local Wild Rift tournaments totaling pesetas 10 million, via the Philippine Pro Gaming League (PPGL), Mineski will break the massive slopes in two Split seasons – the Summer Split from April to June and the Spring Split from July to September

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News – PH – Eight teams fight in the PH leg of the Wild Rift Icon Series: Preseason