Iconic Brazilian Pro Lunna Joins Bigetron Sons for MPL Brazil Season 4


Iconic Brazilian Pro Lunna Joins Bigetron Sons for MPL Brazil Season 4

John Dave Rossel
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Bigetron Esports ventures into the MPL BR scene with a new roster.
Bigetron Esports is collaborating with Sons Esports to form Bigetron Sons.
The iconic Brazilian pro player Lunna joins the squad.

One of the biggest esports organizations in Indonesia announced its expansion for the upcoming Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) Professional League Brazil (MPL BR) Season 4. The squad features promising talents including the iconic and loveable pro player Victor "Lunna" Monteiro. The Brazilian talent previously competed in the M3 World Championship under Red Canids. Despite an upsetting run in the world series event, Lunna was able to win the hearts of many fans because of his determination and heartwarming backstory.

The MPL BR Season 4 is set to kick off on 11th March and will feature four teams from the previous season and four teams from the qualifiers competing for the $30,000 USD prize pool.

Bigetron Esports collaborates with Sons Esports to form MPL BR Season 4 roster

Through an Instagram post, one of the top contenders in the Brazillian MLBB esports scene, Sons Esports announced that it shall collaborate with Indonesian powerhouse Bigetron Esports for the upcoming season.

Shortly after the announcement, Bigetron Esports announced its roster for the upcoming MPL BR Season 4 in partnership with Sons Esports.

The squad is composed of the following members;

  • Felipe "Bllack" Prado - EXP Lane

  • Lucas "Upa" Jose - Gold Lane

  • Victor "Lunna" Monteiro - Roamer

  • Buzizio - Jungler

  • Asock - Mid Lane

  • Sindra - Mid Lane

  • PrestusHood - Gold Lane

  • Daarkness - Coach

  • Guilherme "Thor" Casado - Analyst

Bigetron Esports is not the only Indonesian esports organization that ventured into the Brazilian MPL scene. Rex Regum Qeon (RRQ) also signed its squad named “Akira” and won the MPL BR Season 3. The squad competed in the M4 World Championship and finished in 8th Place. 

Despite not claiming the championship title in the world series event, RRQ Akira was able to prove to the world that there are promising talents in the Brazillian MLBB esports scene. It will be interesting to see how Bigetron Sons performs in the upcoming MPL BR Season 4.

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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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