League of Legends Wild Rift Open Beta release date

Joanna Estrada
October 19, 2020

Riot Games is bringing the authentic League of Legends experience to mobile and adding more and more champions to the pool. The open beta will start with some of the countries in Asia including Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Timor-Leste.

"League of Legends Wild Rift" will have new exciting champions from its original PC version. League of the Legends: Wild Rift So far?

Overall, it is confirmed that League Of Legends: Wild Rift is fully packed to make a name for themselves in the mobile gaming scene. In December: Europe, Oceania, Vietnam, and Taiwan - and Riot is aiming to expand to the Americas in Spring 2021.

Rewards: In South Korea and Japan, players can log in with their existing Riot Games accounts and earn rewards based on their time and amount invested in those same League of Legends PC accounts. More specifically, don't expect to give up League of the Legends: Wild Rift Go once if you are in the United States at least until spring 2021. For Southeast Asian regions - which are now in the closed beta - players can create and link their Riot account to earn rewards, such as champions and skins.

League of Legends: Wild Rift's latest dev diary covers a regional open beta alongside a timeline for release in Europe and the Americas
League of Legends: Wild Rift Regional Open Beta Announced

Riot GamesSeraphine will be joining the Wild Rift roster in the open beta. The expanded regional beta includes updates to the game including the added champion, Lee Sin: blind martial arts monk and versatile jungler extraordinaire. Guides, community highlights, and influencer spotlights will be provided to the players to provide them everything they need to know before playing "Wild Rift".

Unfortunately, it's looking like it will still be a while before North America gets a taste of what League of Legends is like in its mobile form.

Players across the world are slowly getting their hands on Riot's newest title, Wild Rift. Initially inspired by K-pop, K / DA has evolved to embrace a more global pop sound and have built their musical identity around the characters representing the group of girls, Ahri, Evelynn, Akali, and Kai'Sam rather than on the voices of any of the artists.

The group debuted on November 3, 2018, with the sensational viral hit, POP / STARS, and a line of dedicated skins in League of Legends. After being teased back in October 2019 as a part of the game's ten-year anniversary, it seems like there is still quite a road ahead for Wild Rift. When the open beta releases on October 27, all the progress that players made in the closed beta will be retained.

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