EVOS Legends Releases Antimage and LJ From Its Roster

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EVOS Legends Releases Antimage and LJ From Its Roster

John Dave Rossel
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Antimage and LJ depart from EVOS Legends.
LJ was previously relegated to the team's development division EVOS Icon before being released in the off-season.
Both Antimage and LJ debuted under EVOS legends during the MPL ID Season 7 where the team won the championship title.

One of the powerhouse teams in Indonesia, EVOS Legends, has let go of two of its veteran players. Amidst the preparation for the upcoming Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) Indonesia (ID) Season 10, Maxhill "Antimage" Leonardo and Joshua "LJ" Darmansyah have departed from the esports organization. A leak previously surfaced when the former EVOS Legends veteran Yurino "Donkey" Putra Angkawidjaja revealed that a pro player from the Philippines may be joining the team soon. He also alleged that a few of the veteran players won’t be joining the squad for the upcoming MPL ID Season 10, including the recently released Antimage.

Antimage and LJ bid farewell to EVOS Legends

Through EVOS Esports’ social media handles, the esports organization announced more details regarding its roster revamp. The team released two of its iconic veteran players Antimage and LJ who have been with the esports organization since 2020.

In the post, EVOS Legends captioned, “Now, we are in different directions, but we have one goal. Thank you LJ and Antimage for being part of EVOS Esports, good luck to you and see you again in other arenas!”

Antimage first played under ONIC Esports before being acquired by EVOS Legends. He along with LJ debuted during the MPL ID Season 7 where they delivered a stellar performance after winning the championship title in a dominant fashion. Antimage played for two more seasons under EVOS Legends before being released during the off-season.

LJ first played under RRQ Hoshi before joining the White Tiger’s lineup for Season 7. However, he was eventually relegated to the development team EVOS Icon along with Wannn before being released from the esports organization.

With Antimage and LJ being free agents, many teams may show interest in acquiring the two talents considering their achievements over the course of their careers as MLBB pro players.


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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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