Disguised Toast Enters League of Legends Esports with New Team in NACL

Another esports team has been founded by Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang. This one competes in League of Legends (LoL) and is a part of the North American Challengers League (NACL). After seven LCS organizations pulled their teams out of the NACL, Riot Games announced that the developing league would undergo significant changes. Following the departure of those teams, the developer set out to recruit replacement players to fill the empty slots in the roster.

Disguised, an esports project owned by content creator and Offline TV member Disguised Toast and fields a competitive team in the game Valorant, is the latest organization to join the North American Cyber League (NACL). Disguised Toast had only a few days previously hinted that he was considering entering the League of Legends esports scene by asking Twitter who the top accessible players in North America were. He stated that he was thinking about becoming involved. Disguised has a large pool of prospective players to pull from as a result of over 30 players becoming available after most LCS teams (all but three of them) dropped their NACL squads. However, the team still needs to makeunder the members of the group.

The lineup of Disguised has been added to the League of Legends

During the NACL’s six-week regular season, Disguised will be fighting against nine other teams to win a share of a prize pool worth one hundred thousand dollars and to play in front of an audience at the Riot Games Arena in Los Angeles. Riot Games is introducing a brand-new partner revenue-sharing scheme in this league, and all NACL teams will participate in this program to receive revenue from the NACL.

“Oh, here we go again with me purchasing an esports team. On their Twitter account, Disguised Toast expressed their delight at joining the League of Legends Championship Series ecosystem and promised to do their best to “bring some excitement to the scene.” Also, after Riot Games removed the stipulation that LCS teams have to field a squad in the developmental league, some organizations, including 100 Thieves, TSM, and Dignitas, withdrew from the North American Challenger League. This has generated debate inside the League of Legends esports environment, with LCS players planning to cast their votes on Sunday over the possibility of a walkout.

On June 10, the opening day of the NACL’s first week, Disguised will launch its debut NACL campaign and compete in the league.

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