League of Legends: Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021 recently concluded its play-in stage and top three teams from Group A, B and C respectively locked their seats into the group stages. A total of twelve teams are competing in the Group Stage with 8 direct entrants, 3 play-in winners and one Last Chance Qualifier Winner.
Wild Rift Esports is setting up a sustainable ecosystem in the Southeast Asian region by conducting multiple events. The ongoing SEA Championship is a huge regional competition with teams all over Southeast Asia competing for a large chunk of $200,000 prize pool.
The twelve play-in entrants were split into three groups A,B and C. These teams played against each other over the course of one week and after a rigorous competition, Divine Esports, Flash Wolves and Team Flash emerged victorious in their respective groups.
The amount of teams entering into group stages via play-ins were increased because Gamer Koala Team from Oceania withdrew from this competition. As a result, a Last Chance Qualifier event was conducted where Buriram United and FENNEL Academy fought in a best-of-five. Buriram United won this match and secured the last seed for Group stages.
Here is the list of twelve teams that will be playing in Wild Rift SEA Championship 2021 Group Stages:
- Evos Esports TH – Thailand
- One Team – Taiwan
- SBTC Esports – Vietnam
- Alliance – Singapore
- Team Secret – Philippines
- MBR Esports – Indonesia
- SVP – Hong Kong
- Geek Fam – Malaysia
- Divine Esports – Vietnam
- Flash Wolves – Taiwan
- Team Flash – Singapore
- Buriram United – Thailand
These teams will play in the Group Stage from 23th September to 26th September. They will be drawn into two groups and play in a Single Round Robin (BO2) matches. Top four teams from each group will advance for Playoff stages. Wild Rift enthusiasts can catch them in action on the official YouTube channel of League of Legends: Wild Rift.