KingSalman Joins Team Secret MLBB Roster for MPL MY Season 11
The European esports organization, Team Secret, officially announced its roster for the upcoming Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) Professional League Malaysia (MPL MY) Season 11. The squad features a mix of talents from Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines (PH). One of the surprising additions to the squad is the former TNC Pro Team roamer Salman "KingSalman" Macarambon and the former Sunsparks talent Santi “Santi Sucre”Noble.
The MPL MY Season 11 will kickoff on 10th March featuring eight teams from the previous season and two more teams from the qualifiers competing for the championship title and a ticket to the Mobile Legends Southeast Asia Cup (MSC) 2023.
Team Secret Unveils MPL MY Season 11 Roster
After weeks of teasing its fans, Team Secret has officially revealed its MPL MY Season 11 roster. Through a Twitter post, the European esports organization introduced its lineup featuring a mix of nationalities.
The team is composed of the following members;
Muhammad "Neo" Azam Bin Ahmad - EXP Laner
Hadiazwan "Box" Bin Rosli - Jungler
Salman "KingSalman" Macarambon - Mid Laner
Low "Deto" Siew Meng - Gold Lane
Muhammad "Aim" Aiman Bin Mohamad Abas - Roamer
Santi "Santi Sucre" Flores Noble - Roamer
Ariff "Amoux" Iswandi - Coach
Neo was a member of Orange Esports alongside Aim. The two did not find much success in their previous team but are looking to prove their skills under Team Secret in the upcoming MPL MY Season 11.
KingSalman is a former member of TNC Pro Team back in the MPL PH Season 9. However, his career under the Filipino team was short lived as he was released after two seasons.
Santi Sucre is a former member of another PH team Sunsparks. The pro player is looking to debut in the MLBB pro scene under Team Secret.
Amoux has a wide portfolio of leading various MLBB pro teams such as Geek Fam, Bigetron Alpha, and the most recent being Todak who competed in the M4 World Championship.
Team Secret is one of the most successful esports organizations in the world. The organization handles various teams in titles like DOTA 2, Valorant, League of Legends, PUBG Mobile, and many more. It will be interesting to see if it will find success in one of the biggest mobile esports titles in Southeast Asia.