Blacklist's Main Five Signed for Sibol's IESF WEC Bali 2022 MLBB roster


Blacklist International's Main Five Signed For Sibol's IESF WEC Bali 2022 MLBB Roster

John Dave Rossel
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Sibol officially announced its roster for the IESF WEC Bali 2022 MLBB event.
The team is composed of five Blacklist International members and two Maharlika Esports members.
The 14th IESF WEC Bali 2022 is scheduled to kick off on 31st November.

The official Sibol lineup for the 14th International Esports Federation (IESF) World Esports (WE) Championship Bali 2022 has been announced. The squad features the mainstay Blacklist International members alongside two players from the amateur team Maharlika Esports. The members were handpicked by the assigned head coach Kristoffer "BON CHAN" Ricaplaza. The squad shall be vying for another international championship title after earning a Gold Medal in the 31st Southeast Asia (SEA) Games. The 14th IESF WEC Bali 2022 is scheduled to kick off on 31st November and shall feature representative teams from around the world competing in various game titles including Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB).

Sibol MLBB Team for IESF WEC Bali 2022 Announced

The highly anticipated roster reveal for the Sibol national team has been officially announced. Through a Facebook post, the team unveiled its roster featuring the iconic Blacklist International squad alongside two amateur players.

The squad is composed of the following members;

  • Jonmar Villaluna

  • Salic Alauya Imam

  • Danerie James Del Rosario

  • Edward Jay Dapadap

  • Joshua Kyle Villarde

  • Kiel Calvin Soriano

  • Kenneth Carl Tadeo

As per the tradition of the World Esports championship, the squad shall be using their names instead of their in-game nicknames.

Blacklist International’s mainstay lineup is no stranger to international events. The squad dominated the M3 World Championship. The team also secured a Gold Medal finish in the 31st SEA Games despite Edward and Kiel being absent due to age restrictions.

Maharlika Esports, on the other hand, has proven itself to be formidable during the qualifiers event despite being an amateur team. Sibol looks to fortify its dominant squad with the addition of the two youngbloods.

With a very solid lineup, Sibol’s journey in the upcoming IESF WEC Bali 2022 event shall be an interesting story to follow, especially since its iconic rival region, Indonesia, will also be participating in the competition.

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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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