Sengoku Gaming Released Its Entire Wild Rift Roster

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Sengoku Gaming Released Its Entire Wild Rift Roster

John Dave Rossel
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Sengoku Gaming has officially released all the members of its Wild Rift roster.
The organization promises to return with a new and improved Wild Rift lineup.
The team was considered as one of the best Wild Rift teams in Japan.

Sengoku Gaming has officially let go of its League of Legends: Wild Rift roster. While the team has released all of its players, the esports organization revealed that it shall soon return with a new and improved lineup. Sengoku Gaming participated in the recently concluded Wild Rift Icons Global Championship 2022 where it finished 9th-12th place after a 0-2 clean sweep defeat against RRQ Philippines (PH). While the team could not secure a championship title, it is considered one of the strongest Japanese Wild Rift teams in the world. The team has won a plethora of local esports events since its debut back in January 2021.

Sengoku Gaming looking to revamp its Wild Rift roster

Through a Twitter post, Sengoku Gaming announced that it has released its Wild Rift roster. In the post, the esports organization captioned, “I wish all the players who have contributed so much, winning the national championship four times and participating in the world championship twice, to continue their success.”

The team is composed of the following members;

  • Nao "mochi" Chiba - Baron Lane

  • Toshihiro "Kai" Shibuya - Baron Lane

  • Lee "Rush" Ho-yeon - Jungler

  • Kim "HAK" Do-yeop - Mid Lane

  • Takuto "WAN" Kusakabe - Dragon Lane

  • Daichi "Ouki" Kagiyama - Support

The team has released all of its players, but it promised that this isn’t the end of its journey in the Wild Rift esports scene.

“The Wild Rift journey isn't over yet. Please look forward to NEXT SG!” Sengoku Gaming captioned.

The team is considered one of the powerhouse Wild Rift teams in Japan. It has won several championship titles such as the X-Moment Invitation, Japan Cup 2021, Horizon Cup 2021, and the official local Wild Rift league - Japan Cup 2022 Season 1.

While Sengoku Gaming showed dominance in the local events, it could not deliver the same performance on the international stage. The team struggled in the group stage of the Wild Rift Icons Global Championship 2022, finishing third in Group B and lost its slot in the playoffs stage.

It shall be most interesting to see who will be the new faces that will form Sengoku Gaming’s new and improved team roster for the second season of Wild Rift esports.


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John is a mobile esports writer for AFK Gaming that specializes in Wild Rift and Mobile Legends, whilst also maintaining an overview of the Free Fire, COD Mobile and PUBG Mobile esports scenes.


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