RRQ Welcomes Exosen into its Wild Rift Roster
Rex Regum Qeon, widely known as RRQ, officially announced a new member to its League of Legends (LoL): Wild Rift roster named Eric “Exosen” Allen Gubatan. The pro player transitioned from LoL PC to Wild Rift and is a former member of Liyab Esports. The announcement was made through the official social media handles of RRQ Philippines, revealing that Exosen will serve as the team’s mid laner. The team has been performing well in local Wild Rift esports events. However, RRQ’s PH Wild Rift team fell short and finished 7th-8th place in the Philippines Pro Gaming League (PPGL) 2021 Fall Split: Playoffs, missing its chance to secure a spot to the Wild Rift South East Asia Championships 2021.
RRQ Wild Rift introduces new Mid Laner Exosen
The Indonesia-based esports organization, RRQ, announced its new addition to its Philippines Wild Rift team. The announcement was made through a Facebook post on 2nd Nov 2021, revealing that the former Liyab Esports talent Exosen will serve as RRQ’s new mid laner.
“Welcome Exosen, we hope you can help Team RRQ become the champion of the coming tournaments !” RRQ captioned.
Exosen is one of the veteran pro players in LoL PC esports in the Philippines and has been playing since 2012. The pro player first debuted in LoL PC under Nirvana.DK and later transitioned to Mineski. He shortly played for the Manila Eagles back in 2014 but eventually went back to Mineski until Liyab Esports acquired him in 2019.
The veteran player stayed in Liyab Esports and transitioned to Wild Rift where the team earned its first and only championship title in the Metro Manila Bakbakan, a local Wild Rift esports event.
Exosen is looking forward to make history under the RRQ banner and fortify its well-established lineup of Philippines pro players.
Here are the currently active members of RRQ’s Wild Rift roster:
Sean “Hide” Baguino – Baron Lane
Charles “Chaazz” Roman Esguerra – Jungle Lane
Sean Khierby “Helios” Miranda Palisoc – Mid Lane
Eric “Exosen” Allen Gubatan
Marc “Marky” Ilagan – Dragon Lane
Mark Jentry “Maze” Peñafuerte Galang – Support
It will be interesting to see if Exosen’s acquisition to RRQ’s Wild Rift roster improves its performance in upcoming tournaments.