Full List of Teams Unveiled for the 2021 League of Legends: Wild Rift Southeast Asia Icon Series: Preseason

The inaugural preseason welcomes 52 teams in the five-week long regional tournament across Southeast Asia and Taiwan


The League of Legends: Wild Rift Southeast Asia Icon Series: Preseason kicks off from February 26th, and will feature multi-day long weekend tournaments across the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore. The Preseason features both seasoned teams and new contenders alike, and the full roster is as follows:


Indonesia (total of 8 teams)
  • Aerowolf Pro Team
  • Alter Ego
  • Bigetron Esports
  • BOOM Esports
  • Monochrome Esports
  • MORPH Team
  • Onic
  • Victory Team Esports

Malaysia (total of 8 teams)
  • Berjaya Dragons
  • Geek Fam
  • Lunatix
  • M8HEXA
  • Suhaz Esports
  • Wulf Esports

Philippines (total of 8 teams)
  • Bren Esports
  • Execration
  • Liyab Esports
  • Nexplay Esports
  • RRQ
  • SMART Omega
  • Sunsparks
  • Team Secret


Singapore (total of 4 teams)
  • The Alliance
  • Big Dirty Golems
  • Impunity Esports
  • Team Sequence

Taiwan (total of 8 teams)
  • Flash Wolves
  • K7 Esports
  • Ka4 Gaming
  • MAD Team
  • ONE Team
  • TXO

Thailand (total of 8 teams)
  • Buriram United
  • Clutch Gamers
  • EVOS Esports
  • INVATE Esports
  • King of Gamers Club
  • MiTH Esports
  • Soul of Soy

Vietnam (total of 8 teams)
  • Burst The Sky
  • Cerberus Esports
  • Divine Esports
  • RSG
  • Saigon Phantom
  • SBTC Esports
  • Team Flash
  • VGaming
Remaining teams will be announced at a later time. Here is the full list of dates for each region’s Wild Rift SEA Icon Series: Preseason event, broadcast languages, and where to watch them:
  • Vietnam (VNG)
    • Tournament dates: February 26 - 28
    • Broadcasted in Vietnamese
    • Where to watch: Youtube, Facebook, TikTok
  • Malaysia (ESL)
    • Tournament dates: March 6 - 7
    • Broadcasted in Bahasa Malaysia
    • Where to watch: Youtube, Facebook
  • Taiwan (Cyber Games Arena)
    • Tournament dates: March 11 - 14
    • Broadcasted in Mandarin
    • Where to watch: Twitch - Cyber Games Arena, Twitch - CGA Esports, Youtube, Facebook
  • Thailand (ESL)
    • Tournament dates: March 13 - 14
    • Broadcasted in Thai
    • Where to watch: Twitch, Youtube, Facebook
  • The Philippines (PPGL)
    • Tournament dates: March 20 - 21
    • Broadcasted in Taglish
    • Where to watch: Facebook, Youtube, Twitch
  • Indonesia (One Up)
    • Tournament dates: March 19 - 21
    • Broadcasted in Bahasa Indonesia
    • Where to watch: Youtube
  • Singapore (Eliphant)
    • Tournament dates: March 26 - 28
    • Broadcasted in English
    • Where to watch: Youtube, Twitch, Facebook

The Wild Rift SEA Icon Series will be the first tournament produced by Riot Games Southeast Asia in partnership with regional partners. The preseason features seven, location-specific tournament circuits that will showcase the greatness and skill of Wild Rift players and teams across Southeast Asia. After the preseason, players across the region will get to compete in the Wild Rift Southeast Asia Icon Series: Summer season, a eight week-long competition where any team may join to compete to be the best in their region and go onto our pan-regional tournaments to compete to be the first regional champions.

For more information, visit wildrift.leagueoflegends.com, http://www.facebook.com/PlayWildRift or https://www.instagram.com/wildrift.


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