Everything we know about Rift Rivals Asia this year in League of Legends
Jun
30

Everything we know about Rift Rivals Asia this year in League of Legends

Rift Rivals is one of the most international interesting events in League of Legends, and set to kick off next week in china.

 

 

The Asian version of Riot’s popular inter-regional tournament, Rift Rivals, will feature 12 teams from the LPL (China), LCK (South Korea), and LMS (Taiwan) in a battle to prove regional superiority.

The group stage of the event will feature a series of matches between the regions, and begins on Thursday, July 5. The schedule is as follows, with each game scheduled to begin an hour after the last one:

Thursday July 5

  • Royal Never Give Up vs. Flash Wolves (game starts at 2am CT).
  • Invictus Gaming vs. Machi E-Sports.
  • EDG vs. Afreeca Freecs.
  • KT Rolster vs. MAD Team.
  • SK Telecom T1 vs. Machi E-Sports.
  • Rogue Warriors vs. KT Rolster.

Friday July 6

  • EDG vs. G-Rex (game starts at 12am CT).
  • KINGZONE DragonX vs. Flash Wolves.
  • Rogue Warriors vs. MAD Team.
  • Invictus Gaming vs. SK Telecom T1.
  • Afreeca Freecs vs. G-Rex.
  • Royal Never Give Up vs. KINGZONE DragonX.

After the matches on Thursday and Friday, will be a semifinal match on July 7 and a final on July 8, both starting at 2am CT.

The final will determine which region gets bragging rights until Worlds.

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