Former League of Legends (LoL) pro player Chen”Mouse“Yu-Hao returns to his old roots under Edward Gaming (EDG) as the team’s Wild Rift coach. The announcement was revealed through EDG’s official social media, hi. congratulating top laner as the third coach for the Wild Rift team Mouse is a former EDG top laner who went on a two-year hiatus in 2018 before returning to the pro scene as a top laner. Wild Rift coach, as announced November 26, 2021. The pro player has contributed a lot to the team’s success at LoL PC eSports in China and is considered one of the best. the best pro player in the region.
Rat returns to pro arena as EDG Wild Rift coach
One of the League of Legends pro League of Legends (LPL) organizations, EDG, strengthened its Wild Rift team by acquiring their former LoL pro, Mouse, as a coach. This was announced through EDG’s official social media, revealing the third coach for their Wild Rift team alongside Qiu.”Cbj“Baijie and Liu”mik1“Peng.
“Welcome back, EDG Mouse! Our former top laner Mouse is back with trainer Wildrift at EDG! ” Edward Gaming has a caption.
Since its launch on June 19, 2021, EDG’s Wild Rift team has performed very well in the esports arena with championship titles in various events such as Wild Rift Rivals: LCK vs LPL and Douyu Master Legends 2021 in August. However, the team failed to impress fans after finishing 5th in the Wild Rift League 2022: LPL Qualifiers, failing to qualify for the Horizon Cup. 2021.
The team consists of the following players;
Who is EDG Mouse?
Mouse is considered one of EDG’s best top laners since he started playing for the team in July 2014. The pro started as a support before moving on playing top lane in 2015, where he finally found the position that suits him best.
During their stay at Edward Gaming, the team managed to keep the momentum going in the LPL 2017 Summer Qualifiers, winning the championship and booking tickets to the 2017 LoL World Championships. However, the team put on a show. weak performance and finished in 12-3 place. in international events.
Edward Gaming continued his esports journey and qualified for the 2017 LoL World Championship, however, Mouse took a long-term break and missed the international event. However, the team finished in 5-8th place in the tournament.
With Mouse moving into the Wild Rift esports scene as a coach, it will be interesting to see how EDG performs at next year’s Wild Rift e-sports events.
https://afkgaming.com/mobileesports/news/former-lol-pc-pro-player-mouse-returns-to-edward-gaming-as-wild-rift-coach LoL PC Pro Player Mouse Returns to Edward Gaming as Wild Rift Trainer