ONIC Esports Released Its Female MLBB Talents

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ONIC Esports Releases Its Female MLBB Talents

John Dave Rossel
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ONIC Esports released seven of its female MLBB talents.
One of the released talents was Viorenita "VIOR" Sutanto who previously joined the squad in the MPL ID Season 9.
Both its Indonesian and Philippines divisions have been revamping their rosters and releasing many of their iconic talents.

ONIC Esports has officially let go of its female Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) talents. This was following the acquisition of two talents from the Philippines (PH) - Coach Paul Denver “Yeb” Miranda and the star jungler Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol. One of the released talents was Viorenita "VIOR" Sutanto who previously joined the squad in the Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) Indonesia (ID) Season 9. ONIC Esports is yet to reveal the reason for the release of its female talents. This also happened with its sister team ONIC PH who released most of its main squad and signed amateur players and a popular content creator for the upcoming local league.

ONIC Esports releases its female talents

ONIC Esports is one of the organizations that has implemented many changes to its management. Both its Indonesian and Philippines divisions have been revamping their rosters and releasing many of their iconic talents.

Through an Instagram post on 23rd July, ONIC Esports announced the release of seven of its female talents;

  • Aries “Cesian”

  • Viorenita "VIOR" Sutanto

  • Lydia “Lydiaaaas” Setiawan

  • Anisa "anisarahim" Basyir

  • Gabrielle "Gebiann" Ann

  • Kharisma "Kayes" Cahaya

  • Vonny "Vonzy" Felicia

One of the released talents, Vior, had the opportunity to join ONIC Esports in its journey in the MPL ID Season 9 as the team’s substitute Mid Laner. The team was able to achieve a runner-up finish, earning itself a ticket to the Mobile Legends Southeast Asia Cup (MSC) 2022. However, Vior was not included in ONIC Esports’ roster for the regional championship.

The esports organization has been making drastic changes since the off-season, especially its Philippines division. However, according to ONIC PH, the organization is merely trying to rebuild its brand. The Indonesian division, on the other hand, is yet to announce its reasons for releasing its female talents. Fans will have to keep their eyes peeled for upcoming updates.


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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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