Cordoba CF Esports Reveals Wild Rift Roster
Cordoba CF Esports (CCF Esports), the esports division of the Spanish Football club of the same name, has announced its entry into the League of Legends: Wild Rift esports scene. Its team roster was revealed through a video posted on its official Twitter page on 20th Sept 2021. Cordoba CF Esports will participate in one of the biggest Wild Rift events in the region, the Liga Salvaje Season 2. The team will go up against other prominent esports teams from Spain such as Team Queso and UCAM Esports Club. Wild Rift will be another addition to CCF Esport’s mobile esports titles such as Clash of Clans and Clash Royale.
Cordoba CF Esports announces its Wild Rift roster ahead of Liga Salvaje Season 2
The esports division of the Spanish Football club Cordoba CF, has made a bold move venturing into the esports scene of Riot Games’ mobile MOBA title, Wild Rift. The team announced its team roster which will be participating in the second season of the Liga Salvaje, the national esports event for Wild Rift in Spain.
The team roster of CCF Esports is composed of the following members;
Seizen - Team Manager
Alxmedit - Assistant Manager
Agua Mineral - Head Coach
Worse - Top Laner
Math - Jungle Laner
Soul - Jungle Laner
Reider - Mid Laner
JxViiiiiiiiii - Mid Laner
Jessuss27 - Attack Damage (AD) Carry
Fak3 - Support
Not much is known about the team roster. However, the players are looking to prove themselves in the upcoming Wild Rift esports event against the other well renowned Wild Rift esports teams in Spain such as Team Queso, Vampir3 Esports, and UCAM Esports club.
The Liga Salvaje is a Wild Rift esports tournament in Spain organized by the entertainment and technology company, GGTech. The top ten dominant teams from the qualifier stages will compete in the regular season for the title of being the best Wild Rift team in Spain alongside also looking to win the lion’s share of the €925 EUR ($1,100 USD) prize pool. During the first season, Team Queso dominated the tournament after taking down Vampir3 Esports with a match score of 4-1. The top six teams at the end of the tournament will automatically secure a spot for the next season while the rest will have to climb their way back.
The second season of the Wild Rift esports event in Spain is yet to be announced. However, Spanish teams have already started preparing with the emerging new teams in hopes of seizing the glory of being one of the top-tier Wild Rift teams in Spain.
It will be interesting to see how CCF Esports shall measure up against the other Spanish Wild Rift teams in the upcoming Liga Salvaje Season 2.