Flysolo Departs from ECHO's Mobile Legends roster

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Flysolo Departs From ECHO's Mobile Legends roster

John Dave Rossel
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Philippines esports organization, ECHO, formerly known as AURA PH, released one of its pro players Kenneth "Flysolo" Coloma” from its Mobile Legends roster.
Flysolo is a former DOTA 2 pro player who retired back in February 2021 and shifted to Mobile Legends esports.
Flysolo, was not able to showcase himself as he was underutilized and was not able to participate in the MPL PH Season 8 despite being an active member of ECHO.

Philippines (PH) esports organization, ECHO, formerly known as AURA PH, released one of its pro players Kenneth "Flysolo" Coloma” from its Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team roster. The announcement was revealed through a post on the official social media handles of ECHO. Flysolo is a former DOTA 2 pro player who retired back in February 2021 and shifted to Mobile Legends esports. While most of ECHO’s pro players showcased their skills during the Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) PH Season 8, Flysolo never got the chance to impress his fans as he was not able to play a single game throughout the esports event.

ECHO releases Flysolo from its Mobile Legends team

The MPL PH Season 8 was filled with intense matches and the debut of promising prodigies. However, one pro player, Flysolo, was not able to showcase himself as he was underutilized and was not able to participate in the tournament despite being an active member of ECHO.

After the conclusion of the tournament, ECHO now has announced the departure of Flysolo from its Mobile Legends team. The announcement was made through the official social media handles of the organization, stating that this isn’t the last time we’ll be seeing Flysolo in the Mobile Legends pro scene.

“Thank you for being a part of our family, even just for a short while. We wish you all the best in your journey. No good-byes, just see you around, Fly!” captioned ECHO.

Who is Flysolo

Flysolo started his esports journey as a DOTA 2 pro player under RagingWePlay. The pro player jumped from team to team until he ended up with Clutch Gamers, where they almost had a shot at The International 7 (TI7) but fell short and finished fourth place in the qualifiers.

The pro player continued to jump from team to team until he eventually retired on 12th Feb 2021 with Amihan Esports being his last DOTA 2 team.

Flysolo eventually ventured into the Mobile Legends pro scene under Aura PH back on 21st April 2021. Aura PH eventually rebranded to ECHO while retaining its main roster along with its new players.

It will be interesting to see which team will acquire Flysolo for the upcoming MPL PH Season 9.

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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.