Moonton Reportedly Plans to Make a Documentary on NA MLBB Pro Player MobaZane

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Moonton Reportedly Plans to Make a Documentary on NA MLBB Pro Player MobaZane

John Dave Rossel
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Moonton in talks with MobaZane to make a documentary about him.
MobaZane is yet to decide if he should accept Moonton's offer.
MobaZane said he wanted Carti to be in the documentary.

Moonton reportedly plans to make a documentary about the North American (NA) Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) professional player Michael “MobaZane” Cosgun. This was revealed by the pro player himself during one of his livestreams on 21st September. Mobazane is one of the most influential MLBB pro players outside Southeast Asia. According to the NA pro player, he is yet to accept the offer of having a documentary about his journey in the MLBB esports scene. However, if he does plan on coordinating with Moonton to make a documentary, he would like to have one of his long-time teammates Carti (also known as Victor) to be featured in the documentary.

MLBB pro player MobaZane and Moonton in talks to make a documentary

MobaZane is undoubtedly one of the most popular NA pro players in the MLBB esports scene. His former team, BloodThirstyKings, surprised the world after taking down Blacklist International in the M4 World Championship playoffs stage. The NA squad finished in only fourth place in the world series event but their excellent performance revitalized the MLBB esports scene in North America.

Through one of MobaZane’s recent livestreams, the pro player revealed that Moonton offered him the opportunity to make a documentary about his life and how he became an MLBB star player.

“Moonton wants to actually do a documentary on me,” said MobaZane. “They’re gonna send people to New York, where I live, and then we’re gonna be shooting for a few days.”

He added that he is still unsure if he should accept the offer. However, if he does decide to push through with the documentary, he would like to have one of his good friends and former BTK teammates with him.

“I think we need to get Carti in it, man. I need Carti to get in it if I do it,” said MobaZane.

While the documentary is yet to be officially announced, it will be interesting to see and know more about MobaZane’s life as a pro player through the documentary.


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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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