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Oasis Gaming Drops Entire Wild Rift Roster After Representing SIBOL at 31st SEA Games

10:45 AM May 24, 2022

Oasis Gaming dropped its entire League of Legends: Wild Rift roster just right after the squad represented SIBOL at the 31st Southeast Asian Games.

Some good things must come to an end.

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Today we say thank you and goodbye to our Wildrift team. Etaf, Demonkite,…

Posted by Oasis Gaming on Sunday, May 22, 2022

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This decision to drop the roster just came a week after their SIBOL journey ended with a disappointing, winless record at the 31st SEA Games.

The roster was composed of Mark Clinton “Etaf” Pelayo, Golden Hart “DemonKite” Dajao, Dragon Hart “Dragon” Dajao, Rency Lorejas “Renzy” Barcos, Julius Jerome “Edaf” Pelay, Renzel “Ecilaa” Ayuban, and coach John Marlou “xisx” Mañosca.

The roster was originally picked up by Oasis after they qualified in the SIBOL qualifiers as LF Adoption back in February. Prior to that, Oasis Gaming had to drop their previous roster in order to sign the LF Adoption squad.

As of this article’s posting, Oasis Gaming is yet to announce any information about possible replacements or tryouts for their Wild Rift team.

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