SEA eSports Championship 2021 - Men's Tournament

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League Information
Series:
SEA eSports ChampionshipSEA eSports Championship SEA eSports Championship
Organizer:
Type:
Online
Location:
South East Asia Southeast Asia
Number of Teams:
10
Prize Pool:
$28,600 USD
Start Date:
2022-01-03
End Date:
2022-01-16
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SEA eSports Championship 2021 will be an annual eSports tournament for teams in Southeast Asia since 2021. The inaugural tournament will be organized by Vietnam Recreational eSports Association and VNG Corporation. For Wild Rift, there will be 2 tournaments: Men's Tournament and Women's Tournament. This article shows the information of the Men's Tournament.

This will be a rehearsal for the 31st Southeast Asian Games, which will also be hosted by Vietnam.

About[edit]

Eligible Nations[edit]

  • Brunei Brunei
  • Cambodia Cambodia
  • Laos Laos
  • Indonesia Indonesia
  • Malaysia Malaysia
  • Myanmar Myanmar
  • Philippines Philippines
  • Singapore Singapore
  • Thailand Thailand
  • Vietnam Vietnam (Hosts)

Format[edit]

  • Each nation is only represented by 1 team
  • Group Stage - January 3rd - 6th, 2022
    • 10 national teams are split into 2 groups of 5 teams.
    • Single Round-Robin
    • The exact format for the matches is yet to be announced.
    • Top four teams of each group advance to Playoffs
    • Last placed teams are eliminated
  • Playoffs - January 10th - 16th, 2022
    • Double Elimination Bracket (except the one-off grand finals)
    • All matches are played in a Bo5

Prize Pool[edit]

$28,600 (USD) are spread among the teams and players as seen below:

Base prize money
Place Prize
A11st $8,000
A22nd $4,000
A33rd $2,000
A44th $1,000
A55 - 6th $800
A77 - 8th $500
A99 - 10th $0
  • In addition to the base prize pool, each team is also awarded $1,000 USD for their participation in the tournament.

MVP Awards[edit]

Partcipants[edit]

In this tournament teams are required to use their surname or first name as In-game name. As a result, names in here will be displayed in their real name.

Vietnam
Baron LaneVietnam TBD 
JunglerVietnam TBD 
MiddleVietnam TBD 
Dragon LaneVietnam TBD 
SupportVietnam TBD 
Thailand
Baron LaneThailand TBD 
JunglerThailand TBD 
MiddleThailand TBD 
Dragon LaneThailand TBD 
SupportThailand TBD 
Indonesia
Baron LaneIndonesia TBD 
JunglerIndonesia TBD 
MiddleIndonesia TBD 
Dragon LaneIndonesia TBD 
SupportIndonesia TBD 
Malaysia
Baron LaneMalaysia TBD 
JunglerMalaysia TBD 
MiddleMalaysia TBD 
Dragon LaneMalaysia TBD 
SupportMalaysia TBD 
Singapore
Baron LaneSingapore TBD 
JunglerSingapore TBD 
MiddleSingapore TBD 
Dragon LaneSingapore TBD 
SupportSingapore TBD 
Laos
Baron LaneLaos TBD 
JunglerLaos TBD 
MiddleLaos TBD 
Dragon LaneLaos TBD 
SupportLaos TBD 
Myanmar
Baron LaneMyanmar TBD 
JunglerMyanmar TBD 
MiddleMyanmar TBD 
Dragon LaneMyanmar TBD 
SupportMyanmar TBD 
Cambodia
Baron LaneCambodia TBD 
JunglerCambodia TBD 
MiddleCambodia TBD 
Dragon LaneCambodia TBD 
SupportCambodia TBD 
Brunei
Baron LaneBrunei TBD 
JunglerBrunei TBD 
MiddleBrunei TBD 
Dragon LaneBrunei TBD 
SupportBrunei TBD 
Philippines
Baron LanePhilippines TBD 
JunglerPhilippines TBD 
MiddlePhilippines TBD 
Dragon LanePhilippines TBD 
SupportPhilippines TBD 

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

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Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals
 
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TBD
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Semifinals
 
TBD
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TBD
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Winners' Finals
 
TBD
TBD
 
Losers' Round 1
 
TBD
TBD
 
 
TBD
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Losers' Round 2
 
TBD
TBD
 
 
TBD
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Losers' Round 3
 
TBD
TBD
 
Losers' Finals
 
TBD
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Grand Finals
 
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References[edit]