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    All You Need To Know About The Wild Rift Champions SEA Finals 2022

    The WCS SEA Finals 2022 is happening from April 23 to May 8.


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    The WCS SEA Finals 2022 is upon us, and 11 teams from competitive leagues across Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Oceania will vie for supremacy.

    Eleven teams will duke it out from April 23 to May 8–all for a chance to win it all at the Wild Rift Icons Global Championship happening later this year.

    Qualified Teams

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    Masters – Flash Wolves, ONE team
    Indonesia – Persis Esports
    Malaysia/Singapore – Sem9
    Oceania – Smash Logic Gaming
    Philippines – FENNEL Adversity, Rex Regum Qeon
    Thailand – EVOS Esports, Buriram United Esports
    Vietnam – Team Flash, Cerberus Esports

    Tournament Format

    Teams will compete for four spots to enter the Wild Rift Icons Global Championship and a combined prize pool of USD 200,000.

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    The WCS Playoffs 2022 is broken down into the following stages:

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    Play-ins: April 23 – 24
    Playoffs: April 26 – 27, April 29 – May 1, May 6 – 7
    Finals: May 8


    Five teams from the Wild Rift Champions SEA & Wild Rift Oceania Championships tournaments (1st runner ups from WCS Masters, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, and the champion of Wild Rift Oceania Championships) will play a single round-robin match. Every team will play each other in a Best-of-3 format.

    The top team among the five will go straight to the Playoffs, while 2nd and 3rd place will compete in a best-of-five for the remaining Playoffs spot.


    The two teams who advanced from the Play-ins will meet with the six sub-regional champions of Wild Rift Champions SEA and compete under a double elimination format.

    The eight teams will be split into two pools of four. The first pool consists of the sub-regional champions of WCS Masters, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam, while the second pool consists of the sub-regional champions of WCS Malaysia & Singapore, Indonesia, and the two qualified teams from the Play-ins. Teams from the same sub-regions cannot be drawn against each other.

    The playoff matches will see teams from the first pool drawn to play against teams from the second pool.

    Second Chances

    Winners of the first playoff matches will advance to the next round of the Upper Bracket, while the defeated team will drop to Lower Bracket. All matches will be played in a best-of-5 format, except for the Lower Bracket Finals and Grand Finals, which will be played in a Best-of-7 format.

    Teams eliminated from the Upper Bracket will have another chance to make the finals by winning their remaining matches in the Lower Bracket.

    The top four teams will represent the SEA region and compete in the Wild Rift Icons Global Championship taking place in Europe this summer.

    The first game starts at 14:00 GMT+8, April 23, 2022 and will be live on Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube via Riot’s official channels as well as on partner broadcast channels.

    Twitch – Wild Rift Esport
    YouTube – Wild Rift Esports

    Facebook – WCS Philippines

    Bahasa Indonesia:
    Twitch – Wild Rift Indonesia
    YouTube – Wild Rift Esports Indonesia
    Facebook – WCS Indonesia

    Bahasa Malaysia:
    Twitch – Wild Rift Esports Malaysia & Singapore
    Facebook – WCS Malaysia & Singapore

    Twitch – WCS Masters
    Facebook – WCS Masters

    Twitch – Wild Rift Vietnam
    Facebook – Liên Minh Huyền Thoại: Tốc Chiến Esports

    Twitch -Wild Rift Thailand
    Facebook – WCS Thailand

    Catch The WCS SEA Finals 2022 on April 23 – May 8. 

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    Carlos Franco
    Carlos Franco
    UnGeek's middle-aged pinch hitter plagued by chronic backpain and powered by 2000s pop culture. He survives through coffee, anime, and hoping that BLACKPINK will part ways with Teddy Park someday.


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