Wild Rift Asia Challengers Finals Betting Guide – Predictions & Odds

Posted on November 23, 2023

At the second division, the Wild Rift Asia Challengers Finals is the top tournament looking to promote teams into the top league. Moreover, in this betting guide, we’re looking at betting sites, outright odds, teams and more for this tournament!

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Wild Rift Asia Challengers Final – Outright Odds

At the time of writing, there are no outright odds available for this tournament. Considering that this is the first tournament of its kind, esports betting sites are likely to cover the excitement with outright odds.

Once outright odds are available, the tournament page will be updated.

Wild Rift Asia Challengers Finals – Teams

For the past four months, teams have competed to earn their spot in the Wild Rift Asia Challengers Finals.

Each month, one team has earned a spot, and we have our four contenders for the 2023 iteration:

  • August – Faust Team
  • September – No Sponsor Esports
  • October – Solo Leveling
  • November – Samsuing Galaxy

Tournament Overview

SeriesWRL Asia Challengers
Start Date27th November 2023
End Date4th December 2023
Prize Pool$17,000
TeamsFaust Team, No Sponsor Esports, Solo Leveling, Samsung Galaxy

Wild Rift Asia Challengers Finals – Format

Wild Rift Asia Challengers Finals Betting Guide - Predictions & Odds
Image Credits: Riot Games

With 4 teams competing, the format is short and sweet, with easy to understand esports odds.

All teams are starting out in a double elimination format, with BO5 matches. For those unaware:

  • All teams start in the Upper Bracket
    • Winning lets teams stay in the Upper Bracket
    • Losing boots teams to the Lower Bracket
  • Losing in the Lower Bracket results in elimination

The prize here is that the top 2 teams earn a spot at the Wild Rift Asia 2024 Promotion event, with the chance to make it into the Wild Rift League.


At the time of writing, the schedule remains unavailable – once available, page will be updated.

Prize Pool

As we’ll reiterate, this event is moreso about the seeding rather than the prize pool.

1stWRL Asia 2024 Promotion$8,000
2ndWRL Asia 2024 Promotion$5,000

Wild Rift Asia Challengers Finals History

Over the 2023 season, a number of teams have competed in the Wild Rift Asia Challengers competition to arrive to the Finals.

For the past few months, here’s how the competition has stacked up:

August WRL Challengers 2023 PlacingTeam
1stFaust Team
2ndChasing Dream
3rdNo Sponsor Esports
September WRL Challengers 2023 PlacingTeam
1stNo Sponsor Esports
2ndChasing Dreams
3rdFaust Team
October WRL Challengers 2023 PlacingTeam
1stNo Sponsor Esports
2ndSolo Leveling
3rdChasing Dreams
November WRL Challengers 2023 PlacingTeam
1stSolo Leveling
2ndNo Sponsor Esports
3rdSamsung Galaxy

Overall, from the past few months, the esports betting sites favourites look like No Sponsor Esports and Solo Leveling.

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