EVOS PH’s Comeback Being Hinted By Luch and Zeys


One of the biggest esports organizations in Southeast Asia, EVOS Esports may be returning to the Philippines Mobile Legends esports scene. Various Instagram stories from the head of EVOS Esports, Aldean Tegar, and head coach Bjorn “Zeys” Ong seem to hint that the organization might make a comeback in the Philippines Mobile Legends esports scene. The recently inactive EVOS PH Facebook page has also been revived with a new post on June 10, 2021. However, despite these random hints, EVOS Esports is yet to officially confirm its return to the Philippines MLBB esports scene.

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EVOS PH Might Make A Comeback

EVOS Esports might be making a comeback in the Philippines Mobile Legends esports scene based on a few Instagram stories posted by the organization.

Head of Esports, Aldean “Luch” Tegar, posted an image of a white tiger beside a star and three circles colored white, blue, and red, depicting the Philippine flag.

EVOS PH Comeback Being Hinted By Luch and ZeysLuch’s Instagram StoryMeanwhile, EVOS Legends head coach Bjorn “Zeys” Ong also made an Instagram story with the same theme. This time, a white tiger with an image of the Philippine flag beside it.
EVOS PH Comeback Being Hinted By Luch and ZeysZey’s Instagram StoryThe official Facebook Page of EVOS PH has also been revived after years of being inactive with a new post asking its fans if anyone is still there. The post is currently sitting on 20k reactions, 4.5k comments, and 8.2k Shares from its fans which proves that EVOS Esports still has a solid fan base in the Philippines.
EVOS PH Comeback Being Hinted By Luch and ZeysEVOS PH Facebook Page made a post after years of being inactive.

EVOS PH debuted during the MPL PH Season 3 with Salic “Hadjizy” Imam, Reniel “HONDA BEAST” Encisa, Archi “KILLER” Valencia, and now MPL champions Dexter “DEX STAR” Alaba and Kristoffer “BON CHAN” Ricaplaza as the team roster. However, due to their sub-par performance in the MPL PH Season 4, the team eventually disbanded in November 2019.

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Despite these cryptic hints, EVOS Legends is yet to officially announce its comeback in the Philippines MLBB Esports scene. However, granted that the organization currently holds three Mobile Legends teams from different regions, having another one from the Philippines is not an inconceivable possibility.

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