- Team SoloMid will be expanding, just as promised
- The organization will join Brazil’s Wild Rift scene with a new roster
- TSM will look to replicate the success it has in League of Legends North America
Team SoloMid has signed a new Brazilian League of Legends: Wild Rift roster that will represent the organization in the country.
TSM Sports a New Roster
Team SoloMid FTX is a North American esports organization that has grown to be one of the powerhouses in the industry. It recently participated in one of the most significant deals in esports history and is using its leverage to expand to new regions. With that in mind, the organization signed a new roster that will represent it on Brazil’s League of Legends: Wild Rift scene.
TSM will seek to replicate the spectacular success it has had in League of Legends. The organization has been crowned champion of the LCS seven whole times and has the chance of making them eight depending on this year’s results. Expanding into a new region and a new game platform will improve TSM’s flexibility.
The new roster will be under the guidance of coach Kaiba and will be comprised of the following members:
The team will be managed by Shad, and Kaisz will be taking the role of a general manager. Additionally, Anak will serve as the team’s analyst, completing the Brazilian branch of TSM.
Brazil’s Potential for Esports
Brazil’s esports potential has begun to be noticed by some major organizations and game developers who have been looking to expand to the region’s budding industry. Moreover, Brazilian esports have been providing fertile soil for mobile gaming. It is certainly a clever move on TSM’s side to join the esports scene in the country while it’s still fresh.
Competitive League of Legends: Wild Rift’s arrival in Brazil was announced only recently, and it will celebrate the occasion with an inaugural seasonal tournament on July 9-10. TSM’s announcement makes it highly possible that the organization will be one of the pioneering teams who will be invited to the event.
The season will then move on to the next stage, which will be progressively bigger until the season culminates with a grand final in Riot Games’ studio in São Paulo. Brazilian teams who perform well at the tournament will have the opportunity to progress to the World Championship that is coming later this year.