Team Secret's Wild Rift team has just revealed their next member on their official Facebook page. The newly established team has picked-up a former League of Legends PC esports professional, Robert “Trebor” Mansilungan, to take on the jungler role. Trebor recently participated in the Team Secret Scouting Grounds Tournament under the team “Exosen and Friends” together with Rebengga, another League of Legends PC esports player.
Team Secret’s Wild Rift team is scheduled to debut during the Wild Rift SEA Icon Series tournament. It will be interesting to see how well their team will compete against other established Wild Rift esports teams in this tournament.
Team Secret Wild Rift Adds Trebor to their Roster
Trebor started his career as a League of Legends PC esports pro with Wargods in 2013 before switching to the Manila Eagles. He got involved in an account sharing issue that led to a two-year ban from all official League of Legends tournaments. Manila Eagles also took a toll as they also received a one-year ban and were forced to forfeit their slots in the Philippine Pro Gaming Series (PGS) and Garena Premier League (GPL).
After the ban was lifted in 2017, he got back on track and played for Imperium Pro Team Blue, Cerberus Esports, and most recently, ArkAngel Esports. He ultimately switched from League of Legends PC to Wild Rift along with Rebengga and established “Exosen and Friends,” with which they participated in the Team Secret Scouting Grounds Tournament.
Trebor will now be playing under Team Secret Wild Rift along with Hamez, their support player, and three members who are yet to be revealed.
“I want my Jungler to be very decisive and full of confidence,” Stated Hamez in the Facebook post welcoming Trebor to the team. The qualities that Hamez mentioned fit Trebor’s playstyle based on his performance in the Team Secret Scouting Grounds.
Team Secret Wild Rift received a direct invite from Riot Games to compete in the upcoming Wild Rift SEA Icon Series: Preseason. It also marks their official debut in the Wild Rift esports scene. It would be interesting to see how well they perform in the upcoming tournament.