The Brazilian esports organization Havan Liberty has announced its first League of Legends: Wild Rift roster. Followed by Free Fire, this is their second team in mobile esports. Havan Liberty confirmed their entry into the LOL Wild Rift competitive scenario by announcing the team on its official Twitter account.
The roster was playing previously under the tag The Hooded Dwarves. They’ll be playing for the organization in future tournaments.
New Wild Rift roster of Havan Liberty
The team is comprised of five players and a coach who’ll be guiding them. The roster is as follows.
- ManoFrizer (support)
- Yuu (sniper)
- Thae (mid laner)
- MegaTruck (jungle)
- Kona (baron lane)
- Higure (coach)
Under Liberty’s banner, the team will fight its first challenge in the Wild Tour Brazil qualifiers. This is Wild Rift’s official tournament in Brazil with a total prize pool of $4,700. After a series of four open qualifiers, the top 8 teams will fight face-to-face finals on 8, 9, and 10 October at Riot’s studios in São Paulo. The teams will also try to secure a slot in the Wild Rift World Championship, which will take place later this season.
Several new teams joined the Wild Rift esports scene
Havan Liberty already has a roster for League of Legends PC. Wild Rift is a mobile version of League of Legends that is Riot Game’s another successful MOBA. The game is getting very popular in Latin America. And as a result, esports organizations such as Só Agradece, Rensga, Los Grandes, and the North American TSM are already on a run to compete in the LOL Wild Rift scene.
Recently, big names like Cloud9, Immortals, and Sentinels joined the Wild Rift esports scene. With so many teams stepping into the field, the fans can wait for, without any doubt, seeing some amazing gameplay and exciting competition from their teams.
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