After a series of successes in League of Legends, NRG Asia continues to show its strong investment with the creation of a GAM Esports team in Wild Rift.
On February 10, the management company of GAM Esports, NRG Asia, officially announced the establishment of a League of Legends: Wild Rift team called GAM Esports Wild Rift. With this move, GAM’s ambition to compete for titles in international tournaments in 2023 has clearly shown.
Especially, when the 32nd SEA Games in Cambodia comes here, GAM Esports Wild Rift has brought back the top Vietnamese players in LoL: Wild Rift to create a team that is considered extremely powerful. The specific lineup is as follows:
Baron Street: Phan “T3” Quoc Thanh
Forest Road: Nguyen “Zysu” Huu Phat
Mid lane: Pham “Coyote” Quoc Binh
Dragon Street: Pham “Beer” Quang Quan, Bui “Hoafinin” Hoai Ninh
Support: Nguyen “Empty” Minh Tri
Coach: Le “Auzeze” Hoang Nguyen
Notably, three names Zysu, Coyote, and Empty have won the 31st SEA Games Gold Medal and 4th place at the Icons Global Championship 2022 (Wild Rift World Championship). T3 is the champion of Southeast Asia in 2021 with 2 young talents in the position of Dragon Street, Beer and Hoafinin. The rest Auzeze, a former professional player of the Saigon Jokers team, will take the role of coach.
With LoL not on the list of Esports subjects at the 32nd SEA Games, GAM’s Board of Directors will have high expectations for the LoL: Wild Rift team with the same goal as defending the gold medal for Vietnam in this subject.
Mr K Nguyen, CEO of NRG Asia has clearly shared: “Our team, GAM Esports, is ready to represent Vietnam with a dominant force like the way our League of Legends team did. demonstrated in their gold medal run last year. We can’t wait to see what the new mobile team can achieve in this exciting new arena.”
It is known that the first tournament that the GAM Esports Wild Rift squad will attend is the Vietnam WRL ASIA 2023 Qualifier. 10 teams will compete in turn to find 2 excellent representatives to attend WRL ASIA 2023, the tournament will take place in April 2023.