Home Industry Technology Riot Games to launch ‘League of Legends: Wild Rift’ on December 10 in MENA Riot Games says plans full Arabic localisation for League of Legends: Wild Rift by David Ndichu December 7, 2020 League of Legends: Wild Rift game in open beta will be released on December 10 in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Publisher Riot Games says the mobile multi-player online battle game will be available on Android and iOS. Players in the GCC region will be connected to servers in Bahrain while gamers in the Levant and North Africa connect through servers in Europe. Riot Games also plans to have full Arabic localisation for League of Legends: Wild Rift, with more details set to be revealed in 2021. At the same time, a new content patch, featuring several new champions and skins, player-requested features, balance adjustments and bug fixes, will also be rolled out to players worldwide. Read: Inaugural UAE Tolerance Esports Games to begin on November 13 The regional launch follows the release of the open beta release in South East Asia, South Korea and Japan, where Wild Rift topped the charts in all local app marketplaces. Riot Games aims to make the game available to players in all regions with the Americas expected to enter open beta in 2021. “We are excited to be launching open beta for League of Legends: Wild Rift across the MENA region. We know there a lot of gamers around the world especially in the region who are intrigued about League of Legends: Wild Rift and on December 10, the wait will be over as they will be able to get their first experience of playing,” said Karim Hachani, head of Publishing at Riot Games MENA. “As the developer and publisher, Riot Games has big plans for League of Legends: Wild Rift and this is just the first step of our journey in making mobile gaming even more enjoyable for everyone,” he added. Tags Gaming League of Legends Riot Games 0 Comments Share Tweet Share Share You might also like Phi Trends: The standout performers in the stock market Playing for keeps: How the GCC is developing its esports industry Egypt’s Anubis Gaming wins inaugural Riot Games’ Intel Arabian Cup What does the future hold for the GCC’s gaming industry?