Nexplay EVOS  Released URESHIII From Its MLBB Roster

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Nexplay EVOS Released URESHIII From Its MLBB Roster

John Dave Rossel
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URESHIII departs from Nexplay EVOS.
The pro player was one of the essential members that enabled the team to perform well in the Sibol Qualifiers and the MPL PH Season 9.
URESHIII was a potential candidate for the next generation of the fabled “Big Three” of Nexplay EVOS.

Nexplay EVOS has officially released its promising shotcaller and EXP Laner Rainiel “URESHIII" Jhim Agustin Logronio from its Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) roster. The pro player was one of the essential members that enabled the team to dominate the Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) Philippines (PH) Season 9 before being eliminated in the playoffs. With the upcoming season on the horizon, Nexplay EVOS may be looking to revamp its roster. Rumors have been circulating in the MLBB community that the former ONIC PH pro player Karl Mico "Micophobia" Tarala Quitlong (also known as Mico) may be joining the team soon.

URESHIII leaves Nexplay EVOS

As one of the star rookies of the MPL PH Season 9, URESHIII was believed to be one of the potential candidates for the next generation of the fabled “Big Three” of Nexplay EVOS together with Marius “DONUT” Tan, Kenneth “CADENZA” Castro.

However, Nexplay Esports’ recent Facebook post on 30th June revealed that the team shall let go of its star rookie. On the post, it captioned “Your Nexplay family is proud to be part of your entry into the big league. We are excited to see you grow further and become one of the country's best. Continue being a silent killer and humble.”

URESHIII was one of the players who spearheaded Nexplay EVOS to dominate the MLBB Sibol Qualifiers. The team was one win away from securing its ticket to the 31st Southeast Asia (SEA) Games but eventually lost against Blacklist International in the grand finals match.

The team also performed well during the MPL PH Season 9 to secure a playoffs seed. However, the team was eliminated on the first day of the tournament after a grueling match against ONIC PH.

With URESHIII being one of the promising rookies last season, it will be interesting to see which team shall acquire the pro player for the upcoming season.


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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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