OhMyV33nus of Blacklist International and DEX STAR Praise Nexplay EVOS

Despite Nexplay EVOS putting in a brave effort during Stage 2 of the SIBOL Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) Qualifier, the team was defeated by M3 World Champion, Blacklist International. Despite losing 4-1 on aggregate, Nexplay EVOS received praise from the M3 World Champion, for the newly recruited rookies and how much they have improved since last year.

With Nexplay EVOS’ SIBOL qualifiers coming to an end, the team will now begin preparations for the upcoming Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) Philippines (PH) Season 9.

OhMyV33nus admits that they had a hard time going up against Nexplay EVOS in the MLBB Sibol Phase 2 Grand Finals

Blacklist International Support Specialist and Team Captain, Johnmar “OhMyV33nus” Villaluna, in a post-match interview, expressed his surprise at the improvement of Nexplay EVOS.

“Really, this series is very difficult because of how much Nexplay EVOS has improved and the possibility that they have representation in the SEA Games,” OhMyV33nus stated.

OhMyV33nus added that, despite his impressive performance, that did not stop him from leading his team to win the honor of representing the Philippines at the upcoming 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA).

Blacklist International’s first encounter with Nexplay EVOS was during round two of the MLBB SIBOL Stage 2 Qualifiers. Nexplay EVOS got off to a rough start as one of its core members. John Paul “H2wo” Salonga is taken to the hospital due to vomiting and abdominal pain. This resulted in the team arriving late to the scheduled match, and thus incurring a penalty as a loss. The team was unable to recover and was relegated to the lower bracket.

Despite its setbacks, Nexplay EVOS managed to climb to the top by beating Omega Esports, ONIC PH and RSG PH. The team returned for a fateful rematch with Blacklist International in the grand final. However, Nexplay EVOS cannot match the nearly unstoppable Ultimate Linked Experience strategy of M3 World Champions aka UBE strategy.

Analyst at Blacklist International, Dexter Louise “DEX STAR” Alaba, also impressed with the three Nexplay EVOS rookies – Kennenth “CADENZA” Castro, Renren “Ureshii” Nitsuga and Mariusz “Donut” Tan.

“Their three rookies, Ureshii, Donut and Cadenza, don’t play as if they’re still amateurs,” Blacklist International analyst said. He added that rookies are good at tweaking their champ select during the champ select phase. DEX STAR thinks that Nexplay EVOS is probably ready for an upcoming MPL PH season.

Blacklist International will represent the Philippines at the upcoming 31st SEA Games

With the M3 world champion team winning the honor of representing their country at the upcoming 31st SEA Games, some adjustments had to be made.

Two core members of Blacklist International, Edward “BONUS” Dapadap and Kiel “Oheb” Soriano, will not be able to participate as the event is only open to players over the age of 18. To make up for this, the team signed Kyle Dominic “Dominican” Soto and Lee Howard “Owl” Gonzales to fill the team’s missing roles.

Although this roster does not include its two young prodigies, the team still showed dominance in the MLBB SIBOL Stage 2 Qualifiers. Fans will be seeing two more rookies at SEA Games 31. will start on 12/5. OhMyV33nus of Blacklist International and DEX STAR Praise Nexplay EVOS

Caroline Bleakley

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