As mentioned in previous posts, every time Riot Games opens a Tester registration, there will be a “variable” happening to Alliance: Quick War. For the first time on April 30, and soon after, this big man allowed gamers in the Philippines and Brazil to participate in the Alpha Test experience in early June.
The second time is not long ago, players in a few countries and regions can register to become a Tester of Alliance: Quick War. Then, Riot has officially allowed iOS users to pre-register this MOBA blockbuster account with an email address. These are entirely possible signs that, Alliance: Quick War is ready for the next launch.
And as expected, recently, Fanpage community Alliance: Quick War In the Philippines, an announcement announced that a gamer invited to participate in Alpha Test in the June session continued to receive an invitation to experience the Closed Beta version of this game. Specifically, this player said it had received an announcement from Riot about the next beta version of Alliance: Quick War will be released mid-September through early October. This beta will have more players receiving invitations than the Alpha Test version.
Next, another hot information said that today, September 16, players in countries including Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, and Taiwan will experience the Closed Beta of Alliance: Quick War. Notably, this Closed Beta, both iOS users can participate and will most likely receive notifications through the TestFlight app.
IOS gamers can install through TestFlight
There have been a few pictures of iOS users showing they have been installed Alliance: Quick War via TestFlight and in the near future, we will update more information on how Vietnamese gamers can participate in this test.
Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, and Taiwan will have access to CBT on September 16?
Recently, a gamer and female streamer, Nikkinikki, currently has more than 200,000 followers on Facebook posting her receiving an invitation to join. Alliance: Quick War Riot’s Closed Beta. Compared to Nikkinikki’s own invitation to AlphaTest last May, it can be seen that this information can be completely trusted.
Currently, there is no more information and ways for Vietnamese gamers to participate in this Closed Beta test. However, with the expansion to more countries, it is likely that Riot’s server has been upgraded to accommodate more gamers. We will be soon updated instructions to help Vietnamese gamers “break through” successfully once again. Hopefully, all Vietnamese players can soon get their hands on League of Legends: Closed Beta version of this time.