For many in the Philippines esports scene, Team Amihan Esports were a breath of fresh air when they landed in April last year. The team started with two rosters, one for Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and DOTA 2. Soon after, they also created a team for Wild Rift, the brainchild of the team’s former manager Christian Villegas.
Oh, to be an unwanted Banana. Ripe for challenges but turned down by others. Ahead of its first major League of Legends: Wild Rift tournament, the newly-formed Singaporean team named after a common fruit found scrims rare as no one took them seriously.
What a finale to some of the Southeast Asia Championship Finals! From Thailand, to Hong Kong and Malaysia some of these Wild Rift teams showed up to SLAY! How will they fare on the big stage this month? Watch their winning moments right here.
At the beginning of ESL Mobile Open 2021’s Fall Season, the departure of Ozoraveki and Rumpel seemed to weaken the entire Geek Fam lineup. By the end of the Group stage, Geek Fam looked down and out, finishing in 6th place and were required to fight for a last chance at Playoffs against Silent Killer and Splatzone Insomniax.
https://youtu.be/G6mXw7wPBJQ Some CRAZY League of Legends kills at the SG Icon Series 😱Man, those are some sick skills.
Riot Games SEA announced the arrival of the inaugural Wild Rift SEA Championship (SEAC). ESL Asia will be working closely with Riot Games to...
What a difference a year makes. Last October, Suning was the darling of the gaming world when they upset Top Esports to reach the League of Legends Worlds final. Fast forward a year, and last year’s beaten finalists will be lucky to grace the world stage again.
The Wild Rift Philippines community was in a little bit of a stir recently following a Competitive Ruling that banned the Amihan Esports organization from all Riot Games esports for 12 months.
“You’re either with us, or against us” - that seems to be Mobile Legends: Bang Bang approach to teams with Wild Rift entities.
In case you were wondering why several other leagues like the LPL, LCK, LEC and LCS are already past the 4th week of their Summer Split while the 2021 Pacific Championship Series (PCS) has not started yet, here’s why.