Wild Rift Summoner Series Regional Finals to Be Held Offline in Denver, Colorado

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Wild Rift Summoner Series NA Regional Finals to Be Held Offline in Denver, Colorado

John Dave Rossel
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The Wild Rift Summoner Series Regional Finals for the NA region will be held at Localhost gaming and Esports center in Denver, Colorado.
The regional finals are expected to kick off on 8th October and will last until 11th Oct 2021.
Teams or players who do not wish to travel or who are not in compliance with COVID restrictions can choose to play remotely.

The League of Legends: Wild Rift Summoner Series NA Regional Finals will be held at Localhost Gaming and Esports Center in Denver, Colorado. The regional finals are expected to kick off on 8th October and will last until 11th Oct 2021. The Wild Rift Summoner Series Regional Finals will feature eight teams from North America (NA) competing for the honor of representing the region in the Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021, the first international esports event for Wild Rift. The Last Chance qualifier, shall determine the two final teams to participate in the regional finals. At the moment the Last Chance Qualifier is yet to conclude and is expected to start on 1st Oct 2021.

Offline venue for the Wild Rift Summoner Series Regional Finals is optional

Nerd Street, the organizers of the Wild Rift Summoner Series in partnership with Wisdom Gaming and Riot Games, officially announced that the regional finals will be held offline. However, not all teams are required to head to the venue. Teams or players who do not wish to travel or who are not in compliance with COVID restrictions can choose to play remotely and continue to participate in the Wild Rift Summoner Series Regional Finals.

“We’re excited to bring together the best Wild Rift teams in North America, even if COVID has kept us from producing the show at the scale we originally envisioned,” stated Chris Greeley, Head of Esports for North America at Riot Games. “Nerd Street and Wisdom have been great partners in bringing the Summoner Series to life, and we expect our championship weekend will deliver a great experience for pros and teams, and an exciting culmination to the season for fans.”

The Wild Rift Summoner Series serves as the official Wild Rift esports circuit for North America. Teams will be competing for the lion’s share of the $70,000 USD prize pool and a ticket to the international esports event, the Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021.

Here are the teams who have qualified for the regional qualifiers;

  • Tribe Gaming NA (Major Two)

  • NME (Major Two)

  • Immortals (Major Three)

  • Sentinels (Major Three)

  • Cloud9 (Major Three)

  • Grilled Cheese (Major Three)

  • TBD (Last Chance Qualifier)

  • TBD (Last Chance Qualifier)

Six teams have qualified for the grand finals of the esports event. The remaining two participants will be settled through the Last Chance qualifiers which is scheduled to start on 1st Oct 2021.

It will be interesting to see which of the qualified teams will rise to the top and win the championship title for the Wild Rift Summoner Series Regional Finals. The winning team shall move onwards to represent North America in the Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021.

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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.