Omega Esports Releases JLC and Spectacular From Its Wild Rift Roster
The Philippines esports group, Omega Esports has introduced the departure of two of its League of Legends: Wild Rift professional gamers, Jaiby “JLC” Paglingayen and John Loyd “Spectacular” Dela Cruz. The 2 professional gamers had been one of many first authentic members of the Omega Esports Wild Rift roster and have been with the crew since October 2020. Over the course of their profession within the crew, JLC served because the crew’s Baron Laner whereas Spectacular was the crew’s Jungler. Omega Esports acknowledged that will probably be asserting its new Wild Rift roster within the coming days and followers ought to stay up for this huge change.
Omega Esports revamps its Wild Rift roster
After ending fourth place within the PPGL 2021 Fall Break up: Playoffs, the official regional qualifier within the Philippines for the Wild Rift SEA Icon Sequence 2021: Fall Season, Omega Esports introduced the departure of two of its veteran members JLC and Spectacular.
The announcement was made by means of the official social media handles of Omega Esports, thanking the 2 veterans for his or her contribution to the crew and wishing them luck of their future careers.
“You two are certainly a few of the best gamers within the LOL: Wild Rift scene within the PH at this time,” acknowledged Omega Esports.
The crew consists of the next members;
Miguel Vincent “Arisen” Pison – Baron
Maynard “Come up” Limon – Mid
Gerald “Taymlaps” Bermundo – Dragon
Ronel “Stronger ” Tan – Assist
John Loyd “Spectacular” Dela Cruz – Jungle (Launched)
Jaiby “JLC” Paglingayen – Baron (Launched)
JLC is but to announce his plans after leaving the crew whereas Spectacular is presently . Omega Esports acknowledged that will probably be asserting its new Wild Rift roster within the coming days.
JLC and Spectacular have participated and gained quite a few Wild Rift esports tournaments underneath Omega Esports. The crew was topped champions within the Wild Rift Asia Brawl 2021, Bit Wars Open Qualifier #2, Zenith Open Asia Spring, and the PPGL 2021 Summer season Break up: Luzon South Regionals.
Regardless of being among the finest Wild Rift groups within the Philippines, Omega Esports struggled to safe first place within the PPGL 2021 Fall Break up: Playoffs. The crew ultimately settled for fourth place and missed its probability to characterize the Philippines within the .
It is going to be attention-grabbing to see if Omega Esports will be capable of reclaim its former glory within the subsequent season of the Wild Rift SEA Icon Sequence 2021.