Updated: November 28
Adding to the competitive mobile esports ecosystem in Asia with competitors like MLBB and Free Fire, Riot Games has brought back Wild Rift League Asia (WRL-A) for a second season after a successful maiden season earlier this year.
Twenty teams will clash again in Wild Rift League Asia 2023 Season 2 across the China and APAC Conference, beginning November 1 and the Grand Finals on January 28. KeepBest Gaming claimed the crown in the inaugural season; will they be able to maintain their title? Only time will tell.
Keep reading for all the details on WRL Asia Season 2, including the format, schedule, all 20 teams, current standings, and where to watch the matches.
The second season of Wild Rift League Asia will be a wild ride, split into three stages. The WRL Asia Season 2 prize pool is ¥7,000,000 CNY, equivalent to 973,330 USD.
Read on for the full format summary.
Like WRL-A Season 1, twenty teams compete in Wild Rift League Asia Season 2, split across two conferences: China (CN) and Asia-Pacific (APAC). Rare Atom were previously meant to compete but dropped out unexpectedly.
Let's dive into the teams competing in Wild Rift League Asia, Season 2, divided into their respective conferences.
The regular season spans almost two months over several weeks. Below is the schedule for the Week 5 of the regular season. Future matches will be added closer to the time, so watch this space!
All times listed will be in PHT, and match winners will be bold.
Oh My God
Buriram United Esports
If you want to watch WRL-Asia S2 matches, head to the official Wild Rift League Asia Twitch channel for the English-speaking broadcast. We've also embedded the YouTube channel below for your convenience.
That's all our information on WRL Asia 2023 Season 2. We'll update this article as the competition plays out, so watch this space! Check out our dedicated Wild Rift League Asia betting guide for insider tips and favorite teams to win.