League Of Legends: Get Ready For A Showdown!

Wed, Jun 14
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Get ready to immerse yourself in the thrilling world of League of Legends as the highly anticipated competition unfolds over eight action-packed days from 15 – 22 June, 2023. Teams from five Asian regions will clash in an epic quest to identify their ranking in the region leading up to the 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022.

The Regional competition will follow a single round-robin format, with each team competing in a best-of-three series. The final rankings will be determined by the total points accumulated at the conclusion of the competition.For a deeper understanding of the competition’s rules and regulations, check out the competition format video below. 

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to witness these teams demonstrate their masterful skills in an epic battle of supremacy. Catch all the exhilarating action live on our official YouTube and Twitch channels, @AESF_Official.

Athletes and Teams to watch:


The League of Legends scene in East Asia is a powerhouse of competitive gaming. The region is home to some of the most prestigious leagues and tournaments, attracting top-tier players and garnering massive viewership. Countries like China and Chinese Taipei have established themselves as dominant forces in the Esports world and these nations boast a rich history of talented players, successful teams, and passionate fan bases.

Team CHN
Team CHN will be comprised of members of Team WE, one of the oldest esports organisations powerhouses in the League of Legends esports scene in China. Renowned for their strategic prowess, impeccable teamwork, and exceptional individual skill, Team WE has left an indelible mark on the competitive landscape garnered a strong following of fans worldwide.

TPE Maple
Huang Yi-tang, better known as Maple, is a professional League of Legends from Chinese Taipei. Known for his exceptional mechanics, strategic prowess, and precise decision-making, Maple has has established himself as a force to be reckoned. With his agile and calculated playstyle, he consistently showcases his ability to carry his team to victory.


The League of Legends landscape in Southeast Asia is a vibrant and competitive scene, filled with talented players and passionate fans. The region boasts a diverse pool of teams, each with their own unique playstyles and strategies. From powerhouses like Malaysia and Thailand to emerging contenders from countries like Indonesia, and Philippines, he Southeast Asian scene is a hotbed of fierce competition.


The League of Legends scene in West Asia is steadily gaining momentum and capturing the attention of Esports enthusiasts. In countries like Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kuwait, Bahrain, Palestine, and Oman there is an emergence of talented teams, local tournaments, and dedicated leagues, providing a platform for players to showcase their skills. With growing investments and support from organizations, the future of League of Legends in West Asia holds great potential and the showdown at RDAG 2022 will be  an interesting one to watch.


The League of Legends scene in South Asia is rapidly growing and evolving. Countries like India, Sri Lanka Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan are witnessing an increasing interest and participation in the game. With the rise of professional teams, local tournaments, and dedicated Esports organizations, the competitive landscape is becoming more robust. We can’t wait to see the level of skill the athletes from this region bring to the competition.