Sibol Gold Medalist Rayray Announces Departure From GrindSky Eris Wild Rift Team

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Sibol Gold Medalist Rayray Announces Departure From GrindSky Eris Wild Rift Team

John Dave Rossel
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Wild Rift pro player Rayray announced that she is leaving GrindSky Eris.
Rayray explained that she is stepping down from Wild Rift esports to focus on her mental health and education.
Rayray will still be doing livestreams on her official Facebook page.

GrindSky Eris’ League of Legend: Wild Rift pro player and Gold Medalist Christine “Rayray” Natividad announced that she is leaving her esports organization. The pro player was a part of Sibol’s lineup that dominated the 31st Southeast Asia (SEA) Games’ all-female Wild Rift esports event. Under GrindSky Eris, Rayray also won a plethora of championship titles such as the FSL Open II 2022 and the SEA eSports Championship 2021 - Women’s Tournament. The star Mid Laner has made several Twitter posts hinting about her decision to leave GrindSky Eris. The esports organization is yet to officially announce the departure of its pro player.

Rayray leaves GrindSky Eris due to personal matters

Shortly after claiming the Gold Medal at the 31st SEA Games, Rayray, through a post revealed her decision to step down from the team. While GrindSky Eris is yet to post an official statement, the Mid Laner has made several Tweets detailing her departure from the quad.

Rayray also posted a screenshot that is presumably a farewell message from the esports organization that states “It’s a pleasure having you as part of the team. Of course, it’s sad that you are leaving the team but I am relieved knowing that you are doing this to take care of your own self. Send my regards to your family.”

This wasn’t the first Tweet from the Gold Medalist that hinted at her departure from GrindSky Eris. Back on 2nd June, the star Mid Laner posted that she is “quitting esports for good!! this will be my last trip with grindsky eris!!”

The pro player explained that she is stepping down from Wild Rift esports to focus on her mental health and education. However, she will still be streaming and may consider returning to the competitive scene in the future.

Rayray will still continue live streaming.

Rayray will still continue live streaming.

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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.