With the Wild Rift regional Open Beta going live, Riot Games released a cinematic trailer and a gameplay trailer to celebrate the launch. According to the official release from Riot Games, the game is available in 12 official locations.
With eight more regions scheduled to join the Open beta in early December, Wild Rift is looking to grow into a major esports title across the globe.
Wild Rift's fan made community recruits new Community Admin
A Wild Rift community growing on Twitter and Discord has recruited a new Community Admin to not only moderate and manage, but also organize esports competitions for Wild Rift in various countries.
In support of this, the Wild Rift News account on Twitter retweeted the original tweet to mention that the new Community Admin Taz_Run21 will also be organizing Wild Rift competitions in different countries, details for which will be provided in their Discord community.
Taz_Run21, the 'Owner of RF esports (Wild Rift),' overwhelmed by the opportunity presented to him as an administrator for the fan-made Wild Rift community, stated:
"It's honestly like a dream come true!"
"I will do my best to make sure the Wild Rift community becomes an awesome place for everyone."
Despite the game only being released in the Regional Open Beta, the future of Wild Rift esports seems to be on the brighter side even without any word from Riot Games regarding the mobile MOBA's esports scene.
The reason behind Wild Rift getting off to a glorious launch with the Regional Open Beta release is because the field of mobile esports has a thriving community that is willing to catapult Riot’s mobile MOBA to become the next major esports title on the platform.
With the Regional Open Beta of Wild Rift scheduled to open its doors to players from Europe, MENA, Oceania, and the CIS regions early in December, the developers at Riot Games are hard at work to prepare for the addition of the new regions on schedule.Published 29 Oct 2020, 17:30 IST