Nova Esports Revamps Its Wild Rift Roster
The Hong Kong-based organization, Nova Esports reveals its new European League of Legends: Wild Rift team roster after the conclusion of the Wild Rift Origin Series 2021: Championship. After failing to secure a ticket to the championship series, some members have decided to leave the team. With a revamped team roster, Nova Esports returns to the Wild Rift esports scene with five new members on top of the two remaining veteran members. The new Wild Rift roster was revealed on the team’s official social media handles. Currently, Nova Esports holds three championship titles. The team plans to keep the ball rolling for further Wild Rift esports events.
Nova Esports welcomes five new additions to its Wild Rift team roster
After failing to secure a spot in the Wild Rift Origin Series 2021: Championship, Nova Esports released a few of its members. Kirill “Hydro” Sitnikov and Nedelcu “Vex” Cezar left the team to join Natus Vincere, widely known as NAVI. Dmitrii “GrizzlyQ” Svistov, on the other hand, joined Unicorns of Love. The departure of its members opened up the opportunity for Nova Esports to revamp its Wild Rift roster.
The two veteran members Miguel “Clemares” Lopez and Vladyslav “Poseidon” Maksymchuk remain on the team. However, it would seem that Poseidon is not part of the main roster at the moment.
The new team roster is composed of the following members;
Miguel “Clemares” Lopez
Vladyslav “Poseidon” Maksymchuk
Arthur “SKasH” Ermolaev (Coach)
Announced back in November 2020, Nova Esports’ European Wild Rift team participated and won various esports events such as The Purge Wild Rift EU Series 3 and 4. The team almost had their shot at a large-scale Wild Rift event but ended up finishing second in the Wild Rift Origin Series 2021: Group B Finals, June qualifier.
First established in 2016, Nova Esports is a Hong Kong-based esports organization and is one of the most prominent mobile esports organizations in the world. The team has expanded to various esports titles such as Game For Peace (A Chinese version for PUBG Mobile), Call of Duty Mobile, Clash Royale, and Brawl Stars. Wild Rift is currently its latest venture in the mobile esports scene.
The organization aims to cater to a variety of talented pro players from different cultures and regions to deliver a diverse group of teams capable of overcoming any and all challenges while competing for glory in the esports scene.