Undefeated Nexplay Tempest Conquers the FSL Wild Rift Open III
The all-female League of Legends: Wild Rift workforce from the Philippines (PH), Nexplay Tempest, are the Feminine Esports League (FSL) Wild Rift Open III champions. The workforce dominated the match with an undefeated standing, scoring 15-0 within the total rankings. The FSL Wild Rift Open III is an all-female esports occasion hosted by Southeast Asia’s premier feminine gaming occasion organizer, FSL. The occasion featured 30 all-female esports groups, competing for the $375 USD prize pool and the title of the most effective all-female esports workforce in SEA. Extra particulars concerning Nexplay Tempest’s flawless victory within the FSL Wild Rift Open III could be discovered beneath.
Nexplay Tempest Dominates FSL Wild Rift Open III
The third iteration of the FSL Wild Rift Open III sees one of many distinguished all-female esports groups within the Philippines, Nexplay Tempest, securing its championship title with an ideal 15-0 rating. The workforce cruised with clear sweep victories and finally took down the Thailand workforce, House Gamer KALLYX within the grand finals.
Nexplay Tempest consists of feminine esports execs with various experiences from esports titles reminiscent of MARVEL Tremendous Struggle, Cellular Legends: Bang Bang, League of Legends PC, and DOTA 2. and has began to rise in reputation on account of their spectacular abilities within the Wild Rift esports scene.
One in every of its members, Jasmin “Penguw1n” Matunan finally left Nexplay Tempest again on twenty sixth March 2021 and was changed with Rose Ann Marie “Hell Lady” Robles.
The workforce consists of the next members;
Angel “Angelailaila” Danica Lozada – Jungler
Chabi “Chabi” Doble – AD Carry
Rose Ann Marie “Hell Lady” Robles – Baron Lane
Christine Ray “Rayray” Natividad – Midlane
Gia “Jeeya” Llanes – Help
Stephany Kate “Stephy” Bergado – Reserve Participant/ Crew Coach
That is Nexplay Tempest’s second victory within the FSL Wild Rift Open. The workforce beforehand secured their first win throughout the first iteration of the match again in April 2021, whereas securing 4th place within the second again in June 2021.
It is going to be attention-grabbing to see if Nexplay Tempest will have the ability to maintain their momentum going and safe extra championship titles in future Wild Rift esports occasions.