Flysolo Joins Aura PH to Compete in Mobile Legends
- A few months after his retirement, former Filipino DOTA 2 pro Flysolo, returns to the esports scene joining Aura PH’s MLBB team roster.
- Flysolo will be one of the six members who will be joining their new MLBB team roster.
- Flysolo is a former DOTA 2 esports pro in the Philippines who played under Clutch Gamers.
A few months after his retirement, former Filipino DOTA 2 pro Flysolo, returns to the esports scene joining Aura PH’s Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team roster. The former DOTA 2 esports pro previously announced that after his retirement, he will sell his DOTA 2 account and will transition to Mobile Legends esports. This has come to fruition when Aura PH posted on their social media handles that Flysolo will be joining their team to “?????? the fire”. Aura PH also confirmed that Flysolo was the first confirmed member of six new members who will be joining the org.
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Flysolo Joins Aura PH’s MLBB Roster
The big reveal was announced on the official social media handles of Aura PH with the caption “A wild Flysolo appeared!” The organization mentioned that Flysolo will be one of the six members who will be joining their new Mobile Legends team roster which is yet to be announced.
“He's 1 of the 6 who's coming to ?????? the fire and burn brighter than ever. Who knows, maybe you could be one of them -- you know, one of the remaining 5,” Aura PH stated.
Flysolo is looking to use his years of experience as a DOTA 2 esports professional and use it to dominate the MLBB esports scene in the Philippines. With the help of Aura PH, he might be able to accomplish his goals soon enough.
Who is Flysolo
Flysolo is a former DOTA 2 esports pro in the Philippines who played under Clutch Gamers as their team captain. During his time as a DOTA 2 esports pro, he was able to qualify to major international tournaments like Epicenter 2017, Mars Dota 2 League 2017, and The Manila Masters with Clutch Gamers. In the year 2019, he had a decent amount of success in Dota 2 esports with Neon Esports and DeToNator. However, in 2020, he had a fairly disappointing run, which resulted in him considering to transition from DOTA 2 to Mobile Legends and start a fresh new career in Mobile Legends.
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It will be interesting to see what this new Aura PH roster will look like, in the coming days. Many fans are speculating a new developmental team focussing on young players, but nothing has been confirmed at the moment. It will be interesting to see how Flysolo can perform in the Mobile Legends esports scene using his knowledge as a former DOTA 2 esports pro.