NRX Gaming Releases Their Wild Rift Roster Due to Alleged Toxicity
NRX Gaming has released its Wild Rift Roster due to alleged toxicity. NRX is widely known for their COD Mobile team “NRX Jeremiah 29:11” which participated in the Call of Duty Mobile World Championship 2020. A few months after their Wild Roster NRX Philippians 4:13 made their debut, they announced that they are no longer affiliated with the Wild Rift team. The organization stated that this is due to the team member’s toxic nature. The organization also went on to warn other organizations about the former members of their Wild Rift roster. Whether the team will choose to pick up another Wild Rift roster remains to be seen.
NRX Gaming warns teams about the toxicity of their previous lineup
The announcement was made through the official Facebook page of NRX Gaming. The organization stated that the Wild Rift team “NRX Philippians 4:13” is no longer part of its organization. The organization also specified that they are not liable for any actions that the players will do in the future.
The NRX Philippians 4:13 is one of the earliest Wild Rift teams formed in the Philippines. Their first local tournament was from Hero Gaming, where they competed along with Nexplay Esports, formerly known as Aether Rift.
The team is composed of the following members;
The team seems to be performing quite well. However, internal conflicts got the better of them, leading to their departure from the organization NRX Gaming.
The organization further elaborated on this matter by stating that the reason for their disband is the attitude problems that the members of their Wild Rift team have.
NRX also said that other esports organizations should beware of their former members and, if possible, ban them from joining any Wild Rift teams. The organization ended its statement by saying that they will not be having any tryouts for potential Wild Rift pros until further notice. They will instead focus on their current teams.