League of Legends Betting: The Southeast Asian Scene

Singapore, Asia’s Global Financial Center, recently hosted its first major ASEAN Esports Tournament last year at the country’s fully-integrated sports hub in Kallang. The organizers accommodated 55,000 indoor seats of the stadium to and filled it with esports fans and enthusiasts from around the world. With that. There’s no denying that the country is truly warming up to esports betting, particularly League of Legends betting.

Southeast Asia and East Asia are one of the strongest regions in the competitive scene of League of Legends, so it’s just natural that the region is filled with bettors from all walks of life. If you’re one of them, then it’s high time for you to know the major competitions SEA and EA teams are participating in:

Mid-Season Invitational

The Mid-Season Invitational introduces 13 of the best League of Legends teams from 13 regions every year. This year, all the participants will compete in Asia to challenge the reigning champion, China’s Royal Never Give Up. The tournament will officially start on May 1 in Ho Chi Minh City. The top three seeds for the tournament are Invictus Gaming, SK Telecom T1, and G2 Esports. All of these three teams have an impressive track record and have dominated their respective domestic finals before the Mid-Season Invitational. Make sure you have a set of league of legends online betting predictions prepared for the big three.

League of Legends SEA Tour

This tour is designed for professional players from the Southeast Asian Region. It was founded in 2018 Summer Split and replaced previous Garena Premier League (GPL). At press time, the competition welcomes teams who qualifies the LST qualifiers from each minor region: Indonesia, Malaysia & Singapore, Philippines, Thailand. This is one of the biggest SEA tournaments for League of Legends betting.

LoL Champions Korea

The LCK represents South Korea as a whole. Annually, it features 10 professional South Korean teams. The LCK has two seasons per year and it serves as a link to the League of Legends World Championship. Since South Korea produces most of the strongest esports teams in the community, LCK is considered as the strongest LoL competition in the world  and one of the next to the prestigious World Championship and the Mid-Season Invitational.

Tencent LoL Pro League

The Tencent LoL Pro League competition is the corresponding tournament for Chinese teams, it is modeled after the LCK. The top three winners of this tournament will have automatic slots to the World Championship. Initially, eight teams in a single elimination bracket with best-of-five series will battle each other until the competition ends. Make your League of Legends betting predictions for LCK when the season begins.

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