Horizon Cup 2021
The 2021 Horizon Cup is the crowning event of Wild Rift esports for the year and the first global tournament for Wild Rift. The tournament welcomes 10 teams from all regions of the game in a 8-day international championship.
The event will marked itself as the International Pre-season, and will not be counted as the first ever Wild Rift World Championship.
To be announced
To be announced
- This is the first tournament to officially use the Ban-Pick Mode in Wild Rift.
$500,000 USD are spread among the teams and players as seen below:
|Group Stage MVP|
Note: The listed rosters are based on the last line-up each team competed with, rosters and seed distribution can be changed ahead of the tournament.
|#||Country / Region||Representation||Players|
|1||China||13 / 60 (22%)||Au, Emo, feibai, Huiba, Mor, once, Shiliu, smy, Soil, Wind, Yk, You, Z|
|2||Vietnam||8 / 60 (13%)||Akeno, July, KIRAL, Minas, Neyun, T3, TF, Yunero|
|3||Brazil||7 / 60 (12%)||Carlito, Danzor, InZone, Mike, Petroni, Sonyy, Tetis|
|3||South Korea||7 / 60 (12%)||Do, HAK, Issac, NomeL, Ratel, Rush, Salem|
|5||Philippines||6 / 60 (10%)||Azar, Chewy, Core, Hamez, Tatsurii, Trebor|
|6||Japan||4 / 60 (7%)||dejiwo, Kai, mochi, WAN|
|6||Spain||4 / 60 (7%)||Acolyte, Andreszed, Ibu, Ruiz|
|6||United States||4 / 60 (7%)||Chuck, Oldskool, Starting, ttigers|
|9||Argentina||3 / 60 (5%)||Jastley, Kite, Tikz|
|10||Canada||1 / 60 (2%)||MaxGreen|
|10||Chile||1 / 60 (2%)||Hache|
|10||Germany||1 / 60 (2%)||memorized|
|10||Uruguay||1 / 60 (2%)||Ezzez|