Burmese Ghouls Releases its Mobile Legends Roster

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Burmese Ghouls has announced that it is parting ways with its Mobile Legends roster.

The organization stated that it has been struggling lately and can no longer support its Mobile Legends team.

In an earlier post on Facebook, Burmese Ghouls made it known that they were against the military coup in Myanmar.


One of the best Mobile Legends: Bang Bang teams in Myanmar, Burmese Ghouls has announced that it is parting ways with its Mobile Legends roster. The organization stated that it has been struggling lately and can no longer support its Mobile Legends team.

Burmese Ghouls coach and co-founder PVNDV along with pro players ACE, KID, RubyDD, Maybe, and Dee will be parting ways with the organization and will join another team. One of the founders, ICE ICE will stay with the organization and will continue to interact with the community.

Burmese Ghouls parts ways with its Mobile Legends Roster

After their impressive second-place finish during the M2 World Championships in January 2021, Burmese Ghouls have been silent in the esports scene for quite some time. Now they have got back in touch with their fans announcing that they will be releasing their Mobile Legends roster

In an earlier post on Facebook, Burmese Ghouls made it known that they were against the military coup in Myanmar. They apologized to their fans for the inactivity on account of the situation within their country.

The team is formerly known as Team Accident 2 back in 2016. It later rebranded to Burmese Ghouls Esports in 2018 where they started dominating the Mobile Legends esports scene in Myanmar, often winning championship titles in local tournaments such as Zurich Mobile Legends Cup, VIVO MLBB Cup, Huawei Nova Championship Season 1, 2, and 3, and Zurich MLBB Championship 2020. They also bagged all of the MPL Myanmar titles from season 1 until season 5.

Despite the team’s success locally, they are having a hard time competing internationally. Their best achievement yet in the international esports scene is the M2 World Championship where they secured the 1st-runner up title after being defeated by Philippine team Bren Esports in the grand finals.

Is still unclear whether Burmese Ghouls will be able to come back to the Mobile Legends esports scene anytime soon. However, we may see its former members PVNDV, ACE, KID, RubyDD, Maybe, and Dee back in action under a new team.

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John is a mobile esports writer for AFK Gaming that specializes in Wild Rift and Mobile Legends, whilst also maintaining an overview of the Free Fire, COD Mobile and PUBG Mobile esports scenes.