Wild Rift announces The Wild Circuit 2022, the official off-season esports tournament

Wild Rift’s official off-season tournament announced!

The Wild Rift Icons recently concluded with Nova Esports being crowned tournament winner. It is the off-season for Wild Rift, with no ongoing matches in the leagues. Today, Wild Rift introduced The Wild Circuit 2022 as the official off-season esports tournament in Brazil, China, LATAM, North America, SEA/Korea/Japan.

The Wild Circuit 2022: Schedule and Format

The Wild Circuit is a competition series held in the eight Wild Rift esports region. The competitions will take place from July 18- October 23, which will be the off-season for Wild Rift. The competitions will give the professional players a good platform to show what they have in the deck for the upcoming season 2. 

Riot Games will partner with third-party regional organizers to host officially sanctioned events. Riot Games will also provide operational and prize pool support to the third-party organizers. 


  • July 21: Wild Circuit Qualifiers 1
  • August 11: Wild Circuit Qualifiers 2
  • August 18: Wild Circuit Qualifiers 3
  • Sept/Oct: Wild Circuit Series


  • July 29: Snapdragon Pro Series
  • August 1: Huya The Legend Cup
  • August 2: Douyu Wild Rift Master Series
  • August 19: Weibo Cup


  • Aug: Movistar Super Series: Wild Rift
  • Aug: Movistar Stars Cup
  • Aug: ESL Play Americas
  • Aug: The Thunder Rift
  • Aug: Leyendas Salvajes Wild Rift
  • Sept: Wild Rift Mayor League

North America

  • July 29: Wild Circuit Series – North America
  • September 23: Rift MSTRS Wild Rift


  • Sept/Oct: Wild Circuit Asia Invitational 2022

The events will boost the competitive esports scene of Wild Rift. It will also give the teams the best platform to warm up before the next season starts.

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