Riot Games has announced that League of Legends: Clash has finally arrived in Southeast Asia. Clash is a monthly tournament where 5 players team up to compete against other teams at the same skill level. Matches only happen on Saturday and/or Sunday and the more games you win, the better your prizes will be.
Clash Launching In Southeast Asia
In celebration of the launch of Clash in Southeast Asia, everyone will receive a free basic entry ticket for Clash as long as you log in between 25 February and 28 March. This ticket can be used for any of the upcoming tournaments so get your 5 stack ready.
Here is the planned tournament schedule for the first split of the year. With the change to a 2 split year, they will be releasing the Clash schedules alongside the split start moving forward.
|Lock-In Begins||Tournament Days|
|Bilgewater Cup||Week 1||March 6||March 11-12|
|Week 2||March 20||March 25-26|
|Mt. Targon Cup||Week 1||April 3||April 8-9|
|Week 2||April 17||April 22-23|
|To Be Announced||Week 1||May 1||May 6-7|
|Week 2||May 8||May 13-14|
|Bandle City Cup||Week 1||May 29||June 3-4|
|Week 2||June 12||June 17-18|
OP.GG now supports Clash!
Players who have difficulty finding a suitable team member to play together worried not, they have announced that OP.GG now supports Clash.
Use duo.op.gg/lol/clash and find the best teammates to join you in Clash.
You can search for a team member based on rank, champion preference, or even preferred
position. It also shows you details such as win rates, KDA, along with their highest mastery
Champions so that you can make informed decisions on who will join you on the Rift.
League of Legends is a free-to-play MOBA game for PC by Riot Games.