Filipino Pro Player Hate Signs With Cambodian MLBB Team Impunity KH


Cambodian MLBB Team Impunity KH Signs Filipino Pro 'Hate'

John Dave Rossel
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Filipino MLBB player Jaylord “Hate (also known as Hatred)” Gonzales has joined Impunity KH.

Cambodia's Impunity KH team has announced the acquisition of Filipino pro player Jaylord "Hate" Gonzales for its Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team. Hate is known for his versatility in the game, with the ability to play both Mid and Gold Lane heroes. Prior to joining Impunity KH, Hate played for Team SMG in the Mobile Legends Professional League Malaysia Season 10, where the team placed 8th. This will be the second non-Philippine team that Hate has joined, after previously being a member of ONIC PH.

With Hate in its roster, Impunity KH will be competing in the upcoming Mobile Legends Professional League KH Spring 2023 tournament.

Former ONIC PH talent Hate joins Cambodian team Impunity KH

One of the powerhouse MLBB teams in Cambodia, MPL KH, revealed a surprising revelation to its fans. Through a Facebook livestream on 8th January, the esports organization unveiled its latest addition to its squad with the caption “Guess who’s coming to our country.”

This was followed by another post if Hatred taking a picture with an Impunity KH flag.

A lot of fans, both Filipino and Cambodian, flocked to the post to deliver their warmest welcome to the Filipino import. 

Hatred’s journey in the MLBB Esports scene so far

Jaylord "Hatred" Gonzales is a veteran player in the Philippines, with a long history in the professional Mobile Legends: Bang Bang league. He made his debut in the MPL PH Season 5 with the team Execration, and played for two seasons before moving on to join ONIC PH. While a member of ONIC PH, Hatred helped lead the team to great heights, including a second place finish in the M3 World Championship.

However, after the conclusion of the MPL PH Season 9, Hatred was released by ONIC PH and joined the Malaysian team Team SMG. Unfortunately, the team was not successful in the MPL MY Season 10 and only managed to finish in 8th place.

With a new team and tournament to compete in, it will be interesting to see how Hatred will perform in the Cambodian MLBB esports scene.

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John has been reporting developments on major mobile MOBA titles such as Mobile Legends, Wild Rift, and Arena of Valor for over two years. He also understands and follows various other PC/Mobile games such as League of Legends, Crossfire, Warcraft and more.

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