Team Secret PH is slowly and surely getting ready for the emerging League of Legends: Wild Rift competitive scene.
The newly-established squad picked up former LoL PC player Robert “Trebor” Mansilungan to be its jungler in the mobile version of Riot Games’ popular MOBA esports title.
“I hope you guys support us on this journey. See you on the Rift!” said Trebor in the same video.
Trebor started his LoL PC career with Wargods in 2013 before moving to Manila Eagles where he was involved in an illegal action resulting in one of the biggest penalties in LoL history.
Along with Chinese teammate Elvis “Knut” Chan, Trebor was slapped with a two-year ban from 2014 to 2016 for ringing or account sharing during a tournament.
Manila Eagles received a one-year ban on top of the forfeiture of their slots in the Philippine Pro Gaming Series (PGS) and Garena Premier League (GPL).
After the lifting of his ban, Trebor played for Imperium Pro Team Blue, Cerberus Esports, which was acquired by Team Manila Eagles in 2017, and most recently ArkAngel. In TME, he played with prominent pro Kurt “Rebengga” Cristobal, who also switched to Wild Rift.
He joined the professional scene as a top laner before switching to midlaner and later on jungler.
Trebor played for Exosen and Friends during Team Secret’s Scouting Grounds Tournament for Wild Rift last month.
Team Secret got a direct invite to compete in the Wild Rift Southeast Asia Icon Series: Preseason, a five weekend-long regional tournament that has the Philippines as one of the seven regions.