The group stage of the League of Legends: Wild Rift Horizon Cup 2021 saw a number of intense matches play out. While some aspirations were set ablaze, some teams were unfortunate and fell early on in their competitive journey. One such team is North America’s (NA) pride, Tribe Gaming.
Tribe Gaming is one of the most prominent mobile esports organizations in the world with teams from various esports titles such as Clash of Clans, Clash Royale, Call of Duty: Mobile, Brawl Stars, and League of Legends: Wild Rift.
The organization's Wild Rift team so far has had an amazing portfolio of championship titles and even dominated Riot Games’ official tournament circuit, the Summoner Series 2021. Tribe Gaming reigned supreme starting from the first Major all the way up till the grand finals of the esports event.
The team was first established in June 2021 and has never been through any roster changes. Tribe Gaming’s roster comprises Raul "Chuck" Montano-Chaidez, Ray "ttigers" Han, Joshrick "Starting" Ainsley Narag, Gabriel "Oldskool" Villamariona, and Daniel "MaxGreen" Choi. Together the team strives to be one of the best Wild Rift teams not just in North America, but across the world.
As NA’s representative in the Horizon Cup 2021, Tribe Gaming aimed at securing a playoffs spot in the tournament. However, the team fell short as they suffered three consecutive losses in the tournament. Tribe Gaming will have to bow out for now and hope to come back stronger next season.