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Nexplay Esports Plans Big Roster Changes

John Dave Rossel
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  • Nexplay Esports head coach Setsuna "Akosi Dogie" Ignacio announced that they will be making big changes to their MLBB team roster.
  • Akosi Dogie stated that they will start with relocating their Bootcamp somewhere in Bonifacio Global City (BGC) in Taguig, Philippines.
  • They will also start looking for free agents or pro players that they can buy out.

After their early exit in the MPL PH Season 7 playoffs, Nexplay Esports head coach Setsuna "Akosi Dogie" Ignacio announced in his recent vlog that they will be making big changes to their Mobile Legends team roster. Akosi Dogie stated that they will start with relocating their Bootcamp somewhere in Bonifacio Global City (BGC) in Taguig and start looking for free agents or pro players that they can buy out. The head coach also stated his frustration towards their Internet Service Provider (ISP) stating that after moving to a new Bootcamp, he will be looking for a new ISP.  

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Nexplay Esports Seeks to Revamp their MLBB Team Roster

Nexplay Esports’ head coach Akosi Dogie revealed a few of their plans after their unsuccessful run in the MPL PH Season 7 through a vlog post on YouTube. The coach stated that they will be implementing massive changes to their Mobile Legends team roster, starting with relocating their Bootcamp somewhere in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig, Philippines. Dogie also stated that he will be looking for potential free agents or pro players they can buy out to join their team.

"We were just waiting for the playoffs to finish and we will look at the available free agents and the players we can buy out," stated Dogie in his vlog.

Dogie also mentioned his frustrations with their Internet Service Provider, stating that he will be looking for a new ISP when they relocate their Bootcamp. However, he has not revealed the reason as to why he wants to switch to a new ISP.

“This is just my opinion. I’m no longer happy with Converge,” stated Dogie.

Dogie then added that the players from the main team who will be replaced in the future will probably play for their second team. 

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"There will be players who are going to be left out of the lineup. They will probably play for our second team," Dogie explained.

The head coach also revealed that they already have their eyes on some potential candidates. However, Dogie refuses to reveal them until the time is right. 


Nexplay Esports, despite their popularity, is yet to acquire an MPL PH title. It would be interesting to see if they can finally grab an MPL PH title after revamping their Mobile Legends team roster. 

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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.

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