EVOS SG Officially Releases its MLBB roster

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EVOS SG Officially Releases Its MLBB Roster

John Dave Rossel
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EVOS SG parts ways with its entire MLBB roster.
While EVOS SG did not reveal its plans moving forward, the esports organization did previously announce open tryouts to scout for potential new members.
EVOS SG may be returning for MPL SG Season 4 with an entirely new roster.

EVOS Singapore (SG) has officially released its entire Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) roster. This came as a surprise for fans as the team was performing well in various MLBB tournaments since 2021. The team is known for winning the Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) Singapore (SG) Season 1 and Season 2 and finishing in second place in Season 3. The team also finished in fourth place at the M3 World Championship after suffering a clean sweep defeat against Blacklist International. EVOS Esports is yet to confirm whether its Singapore division will be disbanded or if it will come forth with a new roster for the next season.

EVOS SG lets go of its entire MLBB roster

Through various social media handles, EVOS SG announced that it has parted ways with its MLBB roster.

In the post, the esports organization captioned, “With every hello, there will be a goodbye. They have crafted their stories with EVOS since the beginning and all there that's left are memories that we will cherish always.”

The team is composed of the following members;

  • Adam "Adammir" Chong - Gold Lane

  • Tristan "Gear" Christopher Nathanael - EXP Lane

  • Akihiro "JPL" Furusawa - Roamer

  • Goh "Joxx" Skye - Jungler

  • Du "Nick" Jing Yun Nicklaus - Roamer

  • Basil "Seilah" Lim Dao Ze - Mid Lane

  • Stefan "Soul" Chong Ru Chyi - EXP Lane

  • Daryl "Youngin" Ng Jun Da - Coach

EVOS SG is known as one of the strongest MLBB teams in Singapore. Against all odds, the team was able to keep up with the top-performing teams in the world. The team topped the M3 World Championship group stage with three wins and no losses. However, the Singaporean squad struggled to win against Blacklist International in the lower bracket semi-finals, resulting in a 0-3 loss.

While EVOS SG did not reveal its plans moving forward, the esports organization did announce open tryouts to scout for potential new members back on 5th July. This may indicate the team may be coming back with brand new faces to complete its roster for the upcoming MPL SG Season 4.


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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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