Ukrainian esports organization Natus Vincere (Na’Vi) has entered the League of Legends: Wild Rift esports scene by announcing their new roster.

Na’Vi’s Wild Rift team consists of an all-Chinese player roster based in Europe. They were previously known as Team Ghost, and were the champions of the Singularity Winter Cup 2021.

Na’Vi’s players have backgrounds in both Mobile and PC MOBAs.

Zheng “Ghost” Julien and Hu “Garen” Sipeng were both former Mobile Legends: Bang Bang players while Mu “Mumu” Simone and Zeng “Juzi” Shiying used to play Arena of Valor. Xu “SkyFL” Guansheng was known as a League of Legends prodigy, reaching Master tier at just 15 years old.

All six members of the team, including their coach Vlad “K1ndaGod,” are ranked in the top 50 of the European Wild Rift Rankings this month.

League of Legends: Wild Rift, Natsu Vincere, K1ndaGod, Na'Vi
Screenshot by Kristine Tuting/ ONE Esports

The roster is Na’Vi’s first foray into mobile esports, after years of competition in PC titles including CS:GO, PUBG, Apex Legends, and Dota 2.

“We have been watching mobile esports and exploring different options we could take. Wild Rift has a high potential at this stage, even though it’s only getting started,” said Na’Vi COO Aleksey “xaoc” Kucherov.

Here is Na’Vi’s full Wild Rift roster:

  • Hu “Garen” Sipeng (Baron lane)
  • Zheng “Ghost” Julien (jungle)
  • Xu “SkyFL” Guansheng (mid)
  • Mu “Mumu” Simone (Dragon lane)
  • Zeng “Juzi” Shiying (support)

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