Nephh Explains Why He Left X10 Esports For Bleed Esports


Nephh Explains Why He Left X10 Esports and Joined Bleed Esports

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Aditya Singh Rawat
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In a conversation with AFK Gaming, Nephh explained his reason for leaving X10 Esports to join Bleed Esports.
In order to make space for Nephh in the playing five, JayH had to step down and move to the inactive roster.
Nephh praised the management and owner of X10 Esports and thanked them for supporting his decision of switching to Bleed Esports.

Singaporean esports organization, Bleed Esports, has not wasted any time in bosltering its Valorant roster for the upcoming Valorant Champions League (VCL) 2023: Malaysia and Singapore Split 2, which is scheduled to take place from 28th March to 3rd June.

The organization has signed the young Singaporean talent, Marcus "Nephh" Tan, bringing him over from X10 Esports in place of Wong "JayH" Jia Heng, who has been removed from the team's active lineup due to school and study commitments.

During a conversation with AFK Gaming, Nephh explained the reason behind his departure from X10 Esports with whom he competed in the VCL 2023: Malaysia and Singapore Split 1.

Nephh explains the reason behind his departure from X10 Esports to Bleed Esports

Bleed Esports is the winner of the Malaysia & Singapore Split 1, powering its way through to Split 2 with an aim to reach the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) 2023: Pacific Ascension. With JayH unable to completely focus on training due to his school obligations, the organization decided to bench him, signing Nephh instead as its fifth and final player.

The 19-year-old was doing well in X10 Esports, which has also managed to qualify for Split 2, but when the offer came along Nephh wasted no time in accepting it.

In an exclusive statement, Nephh said "The main reason for my decision to join Bleed Esports is because i believe that there is a higher chance of me being able to qualify for Ascension with them instead of X10 Esports."

This might seem blunt, but the young talent went on to explain that X10 is a 'part-time' team whereas Bleed competes in the game 'full-time'. With Nephh having graduated from school he now has the freedom to dedicate all his time towards Valorant.

"In my opinion, the roster of Bleed is also stronger than the X10 lineup that I was playing with. Although there were good players in that team as well," adds Nephh.

Nephh leaves X10 Esports to join Bleed Esports

All said and done, Nephh bears no ill will towards his former organization and appreciates the team's management and owner, Chow "h3nsem" Weng Fai - CEO of X10 Esports.

"No hate to X10 at all, the management and owner were very nice to all of us and I thank them for supporting my decision of going over to Bleed," says Nephh.

The slightly different lineup of Bleed Esports looks strong as ever and it will be interesting to see how they go on to perform in the VCL 2023: Malaysia and Singapore Split 2 and beyond, if they manage to qualify.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.

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