Riot Video games has revealed that the primary League of Legends: Wild Rift Origin Sequence Championship shall be held in Stockholm, Sweden with a €300,000 (~£257,000) prize pool.
The cell esports Championship will run from September 24th to 26th, pitting six groups within the intercontinental Origin Sequence towards each other for a lion’s share of the prize pool.
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Riot stated: “We’ve already seen some wonderful play, and awarded over €150,000 to the highest groups from the June, July, and August finals, so there’s little doubt that the Wild Rift: Origin Sequence Championship will ship a high degree of competitors.”
The League of Legends: Wild Rift Origin Sequence Championship will function three groups from Group A, two from Group B, and one from Group C. The primary day shall be a gaggle stage, the place two teams of three groups will compete in a Greatest-of-1 double round-robin format. The highest two groups from every group advance to the Knockout Stage.
Day two’s Knockout Stage will embody a 4-team single elimination bracket, with Greatest-of-5 semifinals. The ultimate day, September 26th would be the finals. The 2 finest groups battle in a Greatest-of-7 remaining and the primary champion of the Wild Rift: Origin Sequence shall be topped.
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Riot Video games introduced the Origin Sequence in Might. It’s the first match collection in League of Legends: Wild Rift and the writer’s first foray into cell esports.
As of this posting, the highest standing groups are No Staff No Expertise (Group A), Unicorns of Love WR (Group B), and Daylight Staff (Group C).
Esports Insider says: The Wild Rift Origin Sequence Championship is an enormous deal for Riot as its first transfer into cell esports and the truth that it is going to be held in-person. How this primary Championship goes will set the tone for subsequent occasions and if all goes effectively, Riot’s future within the cell esports circuit.
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