After dominating the League of Legends scene, South Korean esports organization T1 Entertainment and Sports is entering the mobile MOBA esports spotlight with a brand new Wild Rift team.

The T1 Wild Rift roster enters mobile MOBA esports

T1 Office at T1 gaming facility
Screenshot by Joseph Asuncion/ONE Esports

T1 has revealed its official Wild Rift roster today, which consists of budding players from local Korean teams like Break Frame Gaming and Focus on Crown. Focus on Crown bagged the championship title from the online tournament Rising Star Korea Season 2.

Here is the full T1 Wild Rift roster:

  • JJong (Baron laner)
  • JY (jungle)
  • Core (mid laner)
  • Haru (dragon laner)
  • PenGuin (support)
  • Jun (head coach)

T1 is the second team from the League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) franchise to launch their own Wild Rift team after KT Rolster.

Additionally, the establishment of the T1 Wild Rift roster is the organization’s first venture into the mobile MOBA esports scene. T1 has rosters in PUBG Mobile and COD Mobile.

T1’s history in the League of Legends pro scene

Credit: T1

Throughout the years, the team name T1 (previously SK Telecom T1 or SKT T1) has almost always been synonymous with legendary League of Legends player Faker.

Faker is a three-time Worlds champion and is arguably South Korea’s biggest esports star. He has been with the organization for about eight years now, and became a part-owner at T1 last year. He even got his right hand insured for KR₩1 billion.

With these accomplishments, all eyes are now on the new T1 Wild Rift roster. Can they surpass their PC counterparts?

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