RRQ PH Acquires Former Staff Secret Wild Rift Participant Tatsurii
Rex Regum Qeon (RRQ) Philippines (PH) introduced the acquisition of Staff Secret’s iconic League of Legends: Wild Rift mid laner Heri “Tatsurii” Garcia. The professional participant is acknowledged as one of many pioneers of Wild Rift esports within the Philippines and has skilled enjoying on the world stage through the Horizon Cup 2021, the primary low season world sequence occasion for the cell MOBA title. beforehand disbanded its roster following its lackluster efficiency in latest Wild Rift esports tournaments. Following RRQ PH’s launch of its veteran dragon laner Sean “Cover” Baguino, the crew acquired Tatsurii to fortify its roster for future esports occasions.
RRQ PH acquires iconic mid laner Tatsurii for Wild Rift roster
When Staff Secret introduced the disbandment of its Wild Rift roster, followers have been curious to see the place its professional gamers would wind up of their journey within the esports scene. RRQ PH’s latest Fb publish revealed that Tatsuriii can be becoming a member of its squad in future Wild Rift competitions.
The esports group additionally revealed that its staple Mid laner Sean “Helios” Palisoc shall be shifting to enjoying because the Baron laner.
“RRQ Tatsurii will play the position of midlaner for our Wild Rift crew. Whereas RRQ Helios would be the Baron laner of the crew,“ captioned RRQ PH.
With Tatsurii becoming a member of the squad, the total roster consists of the next members:
Charles “Chaazz” Esguerra – Jungle
Sean “Helios” Palisoc – Baron Lane
Eric “Exosen” Gubatan – Mid Lane
Marc “Marky” Ilagan – Dragon Lane
John “V1PER” Trillo – Dragon Lane
Heri “Tatsurii” Garcia – Mid Lane
For now, RRQ PH is lacking a help participant on its roster. Nonetheless, contemplating how Helios was shifted to a different position, it is going to be attention-grabbing to see if the squad may have its gamers shift to different roles sooner or later. Followers should hold their eyes peeled for extra updates about RRQ PH’s roster for subsequent yr’s Wild Rift esports.