100PLUS marks its first esports sponsorship in Singapore as the Official Presenting Sponsor and Official Esports Beverage Sponsor, providing the beverages to refresh and rehydrate tournament crew, casters and participants. Viewers will also be able to win their own supply of 100PLUS beverages from giveaways.
Secretlab meanwhile, has always been an active and strong supporter of Singapore’s esports scene, continuing to do so as Official Chair Partner for the year-long Icon Series. Tournament participants and viewers can stand a chance to win themselves one of Secretlab’s multi award-winning chairs.
The highly anticipated tournament series will run from March to August 2021, with the Pre-season Invitational running this weekend on 26 to 28 March. The Alliance, Team Sequence SG, Impunity Esports and Big Dirty Golems will battle it out for a US$5000 prize pool. Catch the action on the Icon Series SG microsite.
Summer season registrations open on 29 March, and qualifiers begin April. Fall season will start in July, with registrations to be announced closer to the date.
“We are very honoured to be working with both 100PLUS and Secretlab for the League of Legends: Wild Rift Southeast Asia (SEA) Icon Series Singapore, and are heartened by their support for both the League of Legends: Wild Rift community and the Singapore esports industry. We’re excited to bring the best esports action and entertainment to players and audiences over the next few months.”
Koh Yung Tek, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Eliphant
“The League of Legends: Wild Rift SEA Icon Series is the first Wild Rift tournament produced by Riot Games Southeast Asia, and it finally gives the best players in the region a chance to shine. The local esports scene has always been a special space for my co-founder Alaric and I, and we remember how important opportunities like this were for us back in the day. Now, we’re thrilled to be able to give back to the community and support regional talent with our premier tournament-grade chairs to help them put on their best performance.”
Ian Ang, co-founder & CEO, Secretlab