Nexplay Tempest Conquers the FSL Wild Rift Open III with Undefeated Status

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Undefeated Nexplay Tempest Conquers the FSL Wild Rift Open III

John Dave Rossel
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Nexplay Tempest secured the championship title in the FSL Wild Rift Open III with a 15-0 flawless victory.
The FSL Wild Rift Open III featured 30 all-female esports teams competing for the $375 USD prize pool and the title of the best all-female esports team in SEA.
This is Nexplay Tempest’s second victory in the FSL Wild Rift Open.

The all-female League of Legends: Wild Rift team from the Philippines (PH), Nexplay Tempest, are the Female Esports League (FSL) Wild Rift Open III champions. The team dominated the tournament with an undefeated status, scoring 15-0 in the overall rankings. The FSL Wild Rift Open III is an all-female esports event hosted by Southeast Asia’s premier female gaming event organizer, FSL. The event featured 30 all-female esports teams, competing for the $375 USD prize pool and the title of the best all-female esports team in SEA. More details regarding Nexplay Tempest’s flawless victory in the FSL Wild Rift Open III can be found below.

Nexplay Tempest Dominates FSL Wild Rift Open III

The third iteration of the FSL Wild Rift Open III sees one of the prominent all-female esports teams in the Philippines, Nexplay Tempest, securing its championship title with a perfect 15-0 score. The team cruised with clean sweep victories and eventually took down the Thailand team, Space Gamer KALLYX in the grand finals.

Nexplay Tempest is composed of female esports pros with varying experiences from esports titles such as MARVEL Super War, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, League of Legends PC, and DOTA 2. The team officially debuted on March 2021 and has started to rise in popularity due to their impressive skills in the Wild Rift esports scene.

One of its members, Jasmin "Penguw1n" Matunan eventually left Nexplay Tempest back on 26th March 2021 and was replaced with Rose Ann Marie “Hell Girl” Robles.

The team is composed of the following members;

  • Angel "Angelailaila" Danica Lozada - Jungler

  • Chabi "Chabi" Doble - AD Carry

  • Rose Ann Marie “Hell Girl” Robles - Baron Lane

  • Christine Ray “Rayray” Natividad - Midlane

  • Gia “Jeeya” Llanes - Support

  • Stephany Kate “Stephy” Bergado - Reserve Player/ Team Coach

This is Nexplay Tempest’s second victory in the FSL Wild Rift Open. The team previously secured their first win during the first iteration of the tournament back in April 2021, while securing 4th place in the second back in June 2021.

It will be interesting to see if Nexplay Tempest will be able to keep their momentum going and secure more championship titles in future Wild Rift esports events.

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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.