Wild Rift SEA Champions 2022: All You Need to Know

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Wild Rift SEA Champions 2022: All You Need to Know

John Dave Rossel
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More information regarding the WCS 2022 has been revealed by Riot Games.
The six local competitive leagues - Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia & Singapore, and Taiwan & Hong Kong, will hold their own regional events to determine who will proceed to the WCS 2022 Finals.
The top four teams in the WCS 2022 will represent the SEA region in the upcoming Wild Rift Icons Global Championship 2022.

The stage is set for the upcoming League of Legends: Wild Rift Champions Southeast Asia (WCS) 2022 featuring the best Wild Rift teams in Southeast Asia (SEA) competing for the championship title. The six local competitive leagues - Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia & Singapore, and Taiwan & Hong Kong, will hold five weeks’ worth of intense matches to determine who shall head to the WCS 2022 Finals. The top four teams in the WCS 2022 will earn their tickets to the Wild Rift Icons Global Championship 2022, which is set to be held in Europe on 12th June.

Wild Rift SEA Champions 2022 details

The WCS 2022 will kick off on 25th Feb across six esports circuits within the SEA. The tournament will feature directly invited teams from the previous season along with teams who qualified through the regional qualifiers.

Participating teams from each official league circuit will compete in a BO3 double round-robin in the regular season. The top six teams from the regular season will compete in the playoffs stage through a double-elimination format starting on 1st April until 10th April.

The winning teams from each regional circuit’s playoffs will proceed to the WCS 2022 Finals to determine the top four teams who shall secure their tickets to the Wild Rift Icons Global Championship 2022.

WCS 2022 Invited Teams

Here are the participating teams for each region;

WCS Indonesia

  • MBR Gamma

  • BOOM Esports

  • Echo Fortius

  • Persis Esports

  • The Black Horse

  • Pasopati Esports

  • Papa Gaming

  • Cursed Moon

WCS Masters (Taiwan and Hong Kong)

  • ONE team

  • Flash Wolves

  • TQQ Esports

  • MESPORTS

  • QWQ

  • PVP

  • Looking For Daddy (LFD)

  • FTG

WCS Malaysia & Singapore

  • Sem9

  • Reach the Peak

  • Upcar Esports

  • Team Watermelon

  • TODAK

  • PathSeeker

WCS Philippines

  • Team Secret

  • FENNEL Adversity

  • LF Adoption

  • Rex Regum Qeon

  • Cerebrum Wild Rift

  • Sunsparks

  • GrindSky Esports

WCS Thailand

  • EVOS Esports

  • Buriram United Esports

  • INVATE Esports

  • Lynxeno

  • Alchemy

  • Oxygen

  • Mercenary New Generation

  • Arctic Fox

WCS Vietnam

  • SBTC Esports

  • MDH Esports

  • Toeam Flash

  • Cerberus Esports

  • Saigon Phantom

  • Royal Palace Esport

  • AS Esports

  • The Legendary Ganker

The remaining qualifying teams for WCS Philippines and WCS Malaysia & Singapore will be announced at a later date. Fans will have to keep their eyes peeled on which teams will be heading to the WCS 2022.

Where to watch the WCS 2022

Matches will be broadcasted live on the official streaming platforms of each respective region;

WCS Philippines

WCS Indonesia

WCS Malaysia & Singapore

WCS Masters (Taiwan and Hong Kong)

WCS Vietnam

WCS Thailand

The stakes are high for the Wild Rift SEA esports scene as there can only be four teams that shall represent the region in the upcoming Wild Rift Icons Global Championship 2022.

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John is a mobile esports writer for AFK Gaming that specializes in Wild Rift and Mobile Legends, whilst also maintaining an overview of the Free Fire, COD Mobile and PUBG Mobile esports scenes.