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Nexplay Esports and Exort Part Ways With Each Other

John Dave Rossel
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  • Nexplay Esports has officially announced the departure of Dexter "Exort" Martinez from their MLBB roster.
  • The organization is yet to reveal who will replace Exort in their Mobile Legends roster.
  • Exort is looking for a new team and prefers to play in the Gold Lane or in the Support role.

Nexplay Esports has officially announced the departure of Dexter "Exort"  Martinez from their Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team roster. The announcement was posted in their official social media handles on June 10, 2021, thanking the pro player for being a part of the team. Currently, Exort is the only confirmed player to make an exit from Nexplay Esports’ Mobile Legends roster. The organization is yet to reveal who will replace Exort in their Mobile Legends roster for the upcoming season of MPL PH. Recent reports have also suggested that the Indonesia-based esports organization EVOS Esports is planning to acquire Nexplay Esports’ MLBB roster. Big changes might be on the horizon for the fan-favorite team for the upcoming MPL PH Season 8.

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Exort Officially Leaves Nexplay Esports Mobile Legends Roster

Nexplay Esport announced on June 10, 2021, that one of their pro players Dexter "Exort"  Martinez will be released from their Mobile Legends roster. Exort was the team’s designated roamer, specializing in heroes such as Mathilda, and Silvanna. 

Fans of Exort may have already known beforehand that the pro player was bound to leave Nexplay Esports. Earlier on June 9, 2021, he announced that he is looking for a new Mobile Legends team. According to his post, he prefers to play in the Gold Lane or in the Support role instead of his former roaming role in Nexplay Esports.

Nexplay Esports and Exort Part Ways With Each Other

Nexplay Esports is yet to reveal who will replace Exort in their Mobile Legends team roster for the upcoming MPL PH Season 8. 

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Exort finished his run in the MPL PH Season 7 with a 3.2 KDA ratio which comprised 103 kills, 97 deaths, and 207 assists. It will be interesting to see him perform under a new Mobile Legends team and a different role.

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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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