T1 Releases Haru From Its Wild Rift Roster, Opens up Recruitment for New ADC

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T1 Releases Haru From Its Wild Rift Roster, Opens up Recruitment for New ADC

John Dave Rossel
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Korean esports organization T1 released its Wild Rift pro player Kim “Haru” Hae-Sol from the roster.
Following the pro player’s departure, the organization opened its doors for a new Attack Damage Carry (ADC) by announcing a player recruitment form on its official social media handles.
According to the recruitment form, the organization is looking for an ADC for the Dragon lane that is 16 years of age with a Challenger point score of 400 or more.

Korean esports organization T1 released its Wild Rift pro player Kim “Haru” Hae-Sol from the roster. Haru has been with T1 since it first debuted back in August 2021. Following the pro player’s departure, the organization opened its doors for a new Attack Damage Carry (ADC) by announcing a player recruitment form on its official social media handles. T1’s Wild Rift team performed well at various esports events such as the Wild Rift Rivals and the Wild Rift Champions Korea 2021. However, it is yet to secure a championship title. The team is looking to bounce back into future Wild Rift esports events by refining its team roster.

T1 announces open recruitment for new members for its Wild Rift roster

One of the powerhouses of the esports industry, T1, bids farewell to its Wild Rift dragon laner Haru. The pro player was one of the original players of T1’s Wild Rift roster since it first debuted back in August 2021.

“Today we part ways with 'Haru'. We appreciate his contribution and wish him all the best,” captioned T1.

Following the release of the team’s pro player, the organization also announced open recruitment for new players to join its Wild Rift team. Players can apply by heading to the registration form. However, the recruitment form is written in the Korean language.

The recruitment for T1 Wild Rift members will only last from 19th October until 29th Oct 2021.

According to the recruitment form, the organization is looking for an ADC for the Dragon lane that is 16 years of age with a Challenger point score of 400 or more. Selected players will undergo various exams before officially joining the T1 Wild Rift team.

It will be interesting to see who will be the next member to join and complete with the T1 Wild Rift squad.

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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.