RSG PH Opens MSC 2022 Run With a Dominant Sweep Against SeeYouSoon
The second match of the saw a 2-0 clean sweep victory from RSG Philippines (PH) against the Cambodian team SeeYouSoon. The PH squad made quick work of the Cambodian team’s super aggressive lineup by securing objectives and taking the gold lead. RSG PH will soon be facing its sister team from Singapore (SG). Through a post-match press conference, the team’s roamer Dylan "Light" Aaron Catipon said it is going to be an interesting match to watch as he thinks both RSG PH and RSG SG are quite formidable in the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) esports scene.
RSG PH secure a dominant sweep against SeeYouSoon in MSC 2022
The reigning champion of the Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) PH Season 9 opened up the MSC 2022 by delivering a huge upset against SeeYouSoon. The Cambodian team wielded a damage-oriented team composition, but it was not enough to suppress the PH team’s dominant rotations.
With Jhonard “Demonkite” Caranto and Light taking control of the off-lane side of the map, SeeYouSoon was left with only a few options to open up potential skirmishes. RSG PH’s Eman “EMANN” Sangco also shined bright in both games on his Beatrix and spearheaded his squad into winning team fights.
The PH squad eventually secured a dominant 2-0 victory over SeeYouSoon, leading Group B with 3 points in its score tally.
RSG PH light thinks it will be a fair match against RSG SG
The MVP of the MPL PH Season 9, Light, shared his thoughts on their sister team from Singapore. Through a post-match press conference, the star Roamer admitted that “I don’t know, maybe it’s a 50/50 because they are also strong. We’re just gonna try our best, let’s see.”
When asked who they want to face in the upper brackets if they succeed in securing a slot, both Light and Demonkite answered that they are looking to face RRQ Hoshi.
The rivalry between the Philippines and Indonesian teams has always been one of the hot topics in the MLBB community. It will be interesting to see who will rise as the dominant region in the MSC 2022.