Nexplay Esports disbanded its League of Legends: Wild Rift roster ahead of Southeast Asia Icon Series 2021: Fall Season.

/ 12 July 2021

The disbandment was announced by team manager Taz Run on Twitter and added that the team is now looking for a new organization.

“Well, it’s official. The Nexplay Esports Wild Rift roster has officially disbanded,” Taz Run penned on Twitter.

NXP Wild Rift roster consisted of Baron laner Miguel Vincent “Arisen” Pison, support player Jazzfer “Dizastr” Villahermosa, and Dragon laner, Jovanie Artajo “Ooozee” Colong are splitting up and are looking to get picked individually, the team manager added.

According to alleged reports, esports organizations have signed exclusivity contracts with Moonton, the developers of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, resulting in them dropping their Wild Rift team.

NXP’s ML team finished 5th-8th place in the MPL-PH Season 7 playoffs, while their Wild Rift roster secured a 5th-6th place finish during the PPGL 2021 Summer Split: Playoffs.