MobaZane Claims TOB Has No Chance of Winning M5 World Championship and MPLI 2023 Without Him
One of the iconic Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) pro players in North America (NA), Michael "MobaZane" Cosgun, shared yet another hot take on TheOhioBrother’s (TOB) performance for the upcoming international esports events. The pro player is known for not mincing his words when discussing his thoughts on a subject matter. MobaZane claimed that TOB has no chance of winning M5 World Championship and the Mobile Legends Professional League Invitational (MPLI) 2023. He further explained that this also applies to him; he also needs his former members to drastically improve their teamwork and individual skills if they want to have any shot at success in these highly competitive tournaments.
MobaZane has zero expectations for TOB in the upcoming M5 World Championship and MPLI 2023
Through a livestream, NA’s iconic jungler MobaZane was asked by fans on his thoughts on TOB’s performance in the upcoming international events. Without hesitation, the pro player replied that “I don’t expect anything from them, and neither should you guys.”
He further elaborated that NA teams have no chance of winning international tournaments without him. He also shared how his squad went separate ways after M4 World Championship, forcing him to build a new team, which ruined their momentum.
“NA doesn’t go anywhere international without me but the problem is, after M4, I was tasked with a completely new lineup versus a bunch of experienced players like SHARK, Zia, Basic, Ureshii, tough stuff actually,” he said.
Going back to his statement regarding TOB, MobaZane claims “I do need them but they also very much need me for international. When it’s split like this, nobody wins actually.”
He believes that his statement is the “truth” and this is why he has no expectations for TOB in the upcoming M5 World Championship and MPLI 2023. The seasoned jungler previously claimed that .
It will be interesting to see if TOB will be able to prove MobaZane’s statement wrong in the upcoming international events.