RSG PH Reveals Their Roster for MPL PH Season 8
Singapore-based esports organization, RSG Philippines (widely known as Resurgence), officially reveals their team roster for the upcoming MPL PH Season 8, making them the eight contender to participate in this season. The team holds five Mobile Legends esports veterans alongside three rookies and the popular streamer turned pro player, Elyson "Wrecker" Caranza. Wrecker will be the second Mobile Legends streamer to transition into the pro scene for the upcoming MPL PH Season 8, joining Raven "L3BRON" Alonzo, who also signed up under the banner of M2 World Champions, Bren Esports. More information about the team roster of RSG PH can be found below.
RSG PH Announces Their Mobile Legends Team Roster
After several hints and teasers, RSG PH finally revealed their full roster for the upcoming MPL PH Season 8. The team features the debut of one of the prominent Mobile Legends streamers in the Philippines, Wrecker, alongside three rookies who are looking to prove themselves in the upcoming season.
The team is comprised of the following members;
Brian “Panda” Lim (Coach)
EJ “Heath” Esperanza
Kenneth Jiane “Kenji” Villa
Christian “Iy4knu” Manaog
Elyson “Wrecker” Caranza
Dexter “Exort” Martinez
Arvie “Aqua” Calderon
John Cedrix “Demonkite” Caranto
Nathanael “Nathzz” Estrologo
Eman "EMANN" Sangco
Heath and Kenji are former Omega Esports members, Exhort played as the team’s support under Nexplay Esports last season, Iy4knu is a former ONIC PH member, and Aqua played under Cignal Ultra last season.
The new faces are young prodigies that RSG handpicked from different esports organizations. Demonkite is from JNA Esports, Nathzz is from Work Aerial PH, and EMANN is a former Amihan Esports pro player. The three rookies will be showcasing their skills in Mobile Legends in the upcoming MPL PH Season 8, alongside the veterans of the esports scene.
RSG currently holds two Mobile Legends teams in Singapore and Malaysia. Their Malaysian team recently won the MPL MY Season 7. On the other hand, their Singaporean team settled for second place in the MPL SG Season 1. The Philippines will hold their third Mobile Legends team.
It will be interesting to see if the roster of RSG PH will be able to brew the perfect team chemistry that’s strong enough to take down the strongest teams of the PH Mobile Legends scene such as Bren Esports, Blacklist International, and Omega Esports.
You can keep up with the league by following AFK Gaming’s event hub for MPL PH Season 8 which contains all the information you need to know including live scores, schedules, rosters, format, live stream links, and more.