Omega Esports Parts Ways With its Mobile Legends Roster
Omega Esports has officially announced that it is parting ways with its Mobile Legends roster via its social media handles.
A farewell video has also been posted on its official YouTube channel to commemorate the best moments as a team.
Omega Esports has yet to reveal the reason for releasing its Mobile Legends team roster.
Omega Esports has officially announced that it is parting ways with its Mobile Legends: Bang Bang roster via its social media handles. A farewell video has also been posted on their official YouTube channel to commemorate the best moments that the team has achieved during their career. The team may not have any MPL or World Championship titles, but they managed to stand their ground against the biggest names of the MPL PH scene, such as Bren Esports, Execration, and Blacklist International. Omega Esports has yet to reveal the reason for releasing its Mobile Legends team roster. More details regarding the release of Omega Esports’ Mobile Legends roster can be found below.
Omega Esports writes a heartfelt letter announcing that it has parted ways with its ML roster
The rumors regarding Omega Esports releasing their Mobile Legends roster have finally been confirmed through an official announcement on 2nd July, 2021. The post declared their disheartenment in releasing the pro players, stating that the organization is proud to be a part of each of their member’s growth as a professional athlete.
Omega Esports is one of the popular teams in the MPL PH scene with a mix of veteran members and a reliable coach. The team almost bagged the championship title during MPL PH Season 6 but was defeated by Bren Esports in the grand finals, giving them the second place title instead. They also showed their relentless playstyle during the M2 World Championships which earned them 5th-6th place in the overall rankings.
The teams are comprised of the following members;
Kenneth “Kenji” Jiane S. Villa,
Salic “Hadjizy” A. Imam,
Earvin “Heath” John E. Esperanza,
Jankurt “Kurttzy” Russel S. Matira,
Jeniel “yellyHaze” Bata-Anon,
Adrian “Toshi.” G. Bacallo, and
Anthony “Coach Ynot” Senedrin.
The organization has also released a farewell video to honor the team’s achievements and their precious moments as a family. In the video, the pro players also shared the things that they will miss once they leave the boot camp, which they considered their second home.
The reason for the sudden release of Omega Esports’ Mobile Legends team roster is yet to be officially announced. The players are now free agents and maybe looking for new teams to join for the upcoming MPL PH Season 8.
This isn’t the end for Omega Esports and its pro players as they will still continue their journey outside the organization. Omega Esports has yet to reveal its plan after the release of its Mobile Legends team. Fans will have to keep their eyes peeled for upcoming updates.
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.