Wild Rift: How to set up custom match and train

Learn how to create custom games to practice in the Riot Games MOBA for mobile

As in League of Legends , many are looking for ways to find a solution in order to improve their gameplay competitively in Wild Rift , learn mechanics of specific champions without compromising ranked queues or even create matches with ten friends present in a closed lobby. In the mobile version of Riot Games ‘ MOBA , the routine is not that different. For this, ge will show, through this article, how to create custom matches and train in the best possible way.

Before starting, it is important to know that this text will have three parts: blind matches, alternating choice and alternating tournament, in addition to ARAM. These first two, it will be possible to play against Artificial Intelligence champions (or bots), while the last one will have to count on the presence of other players in the room. It is also worth mentioning that because they are custom games, they do not count towards level progress or missions. Additionally, you must have a minimum of 20 enabled champions on your account to access Alternate Pick and Alternate Tournament modes.

How to create custom game in Wild Rift

  • Step 1: With Wild Rift open, click the Play button, as shown in the following image:
Wild Rift: How to set up custom match and train
  • 2nd step: done that, find the Custom tab on the bottom bar. It will show three types of modes for creation, as previously mentioned. Now, see how each mode works and how to use them for training:
Wild Rift: How to set up custom match and train

Look for the Custom tab and choose from the four available modes

In this mode, the player ends up receiving random champions, as long as they are enabled or available in the free rotation, just like normal queues (PvP). In it, you can practice unfamiliar character mechanics against artificial intelligence bots.

Wild Rift: How to set up custom match and train

Blind Choice mode custom creation lobby

For Alternate Pick, the player can choose which champion they want to start a custom match with. Like the blind pick, in this mode it is also possible to play against bots. They even make automatic choices about which champion will be used in Summoner’s Rift.

Wild Rift: How to set up custom match and train

Alternate Choice mode creation lobby

Lastly, as far as modes played on Summoner’s Rift are concerned, Alternate Tournament is similar to Alternate Pick, but with some differences. This mode, for example, cannot add bots. On the other hand, it has some essential commands for the progress of a competitive match (in the case of amateur tournaments, for example), where it is possible to pause the clash.

Wild Rift: How to set up custom match and train

Matchmaking Lobby Alternate Tournament

Also, it is possible to configure the mode by clicking on the More icon in the middle part at the top. There, you define who can enter the room and other tags.

Setting up the room to define who can enter (part 1)

Setting up the room to define who can enter (part 2)

Another important feature that is available in all modes is the Spectator. In it, it is possible for coaches or even broadcasters to watch the matches and even broadcast them.

Space destined for spectators

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: