Former ONIC PH Dlar Joined EVOS Legends, According to Donkey


Former ONIC PH Dlar Joined EVOS Legends, According to Donkey

John Dave Rossel
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According to Donkey, Dlar shall be joining EVOS Legends in the upcoming MPL ID Season 10.
Dlar previously hinted that he had received an offer from an undisclosed foreign esports organization.
Three of EVOS Legends' veteran players won't be playing in the upcoming season, according to Donkey.

Retired pro player Yurino "Donkey" Putra Angkawidjaja revealed that EVOS Legends has acquired ONIC Philippines’ (PH) Gerald "Dlar" Trinchera. According to the Donkey, three of the team’s remaining veteran players, who previously won the M1 World Championship title, won’t be playing in the upcoming Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) Indonesia (ID) Season 10. EVOS Legends was one of the foreign teams that expressed its interest in acquiring Philippines pro players. However, one of its players Gustian "Rekt" cited his disapproval of this idea and announced that he won’t play if there is a Philippines import on the team.

Donkey leaks EVOS Legends’ MPL ID Season 10 roster

Through a livestream, one of the most iconic MLBB personalities in Indonesia, Donkey, revealed the team’s roster. According to him, the M1 World Champion has acquired a Filipino player.

“As far as I know, the roster of EVOS is Bajan, Dollar, Pendragon, Tazz, Ferxiic, Cr1te without Luminaire, Wann, and Rekt, and also without Antimage.”

Rekt previously expressed that he refuses to play if EVOS Legends acquires a Filipino player. It looks like the ID player stood true to his statement and shall not be playing for the upcoming season.

With the veterans skipping the MPL ID Season 10, the EVOS Legends lineup no longer has any of the members of the W.O.R.L.D. (Muhammad "Wannn" Ridwan, Eko "Oura" Julianto, Gustian "Rekt", Ihsan "Luminaire" Besari Kusudana, Yurino "Donkey" Putra Angkawidjaja) team that spearheaded the esports organization into winning the M1 World Championship.

After winning the first world series event, EVOS Legends could not keep its momentum going. Oura and Donkey also announced their retirement which left the three remaining veterans as mentors for new players.

Despite Donkey’s statements, EVOS Legends is yet to announce its full roster for the upcoming season. Fans will have to keep their eyes peeled for more updates in the future as Indonesian teams prepare for another shot at winning the regional event.

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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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