Suhaz Esports Acquires Filipino Coach for MPL MY Season 10

John Dave Rossel
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Suhaz Esports unveiled its roster featuring a Filipino Coach.
The team also signed two Former RRQ Sena pro players.
According to Suhaz Esports' team manager, this decision was made to train the team and understand both Indonesia and Philippines playstyles.

The trend of foreign teams looking to acquire pro players from the Philippines (PH) continues as Suhaz Esports has acquired a Filipino coach for its Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) team. The esports organization has acquired the former Z4 Esports coach John Theo “Raizen” Eusebio along with two Indonesian (ID) pro players. With this, the Malaysian squad aim to familiarize themselves with the playstyles of the two most dominant regions in the MLBB esports scene. Suhaz Esports is looking to try its newly refined squad in the upcoming Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) Malaysia (MY) Season 10 and aim for this season’s championship title.

Former Z4 Esports coach joins Malaysian team Suhaz Esports

Through a video featured on the esports organization’s social media handles, the full roster of Suhaz Esports has been revealed featuring players of mixed nationalities.

This is the first time the Malaysian team has imported a coach from the Philippines.

The team is composed of the following members;

  • Rico “V1NSMOKE”

  • Daffa Dwitama “Oxygen” Siregar

  • Muhammad Sirajuddin “Abumon” Mohd Rezali

  • Muhammad “SitiNurSana” Danish

  • Ameer Razin “Razin” Ahmad Fauzey

  • Ummar Mukhriz Md “IKYYMONNN” Nisam

  • Mohamed Elham Daneal “Amskii” Ishamudin

  • John Theo “Raizen” Eusebio - Assistant Coach

  • Kelvin “Rexvinn” Unting - Head Coach

Raizen is the former coach of Z4 Esports which is one of the most popular amateur teams in the PH MLBB esports scene. The esports organization is owned by Omega Esports’ veteran player Billy “Z4pnu” Alfonso.

V1NSMOKE and Oxygen were Indonesian pro players and former RRQ Sena members, an amateur sister team of RRQ Hoshi. The amateur squad competed in the Mobile Legends Development League (MDL) ID, the amateur division of the official tournament league of MLBB.

This roster change shall enable Suhaz Esports to understand how both the Philippines and Indonesian regions have stayed as two of the most dominant regions in the MLBB esports scene.

"If we observed the MSC (Mobile Legends Southeast Asia Cup), teams from the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia play differently. So, we are bringing these guys in to adapt to their own countries' playstyles,” stated Mohd Nur Firdaus Mohd Konsul, team manager of Suhaz Esports, as quoted by IGN SEA.

The MPL MY Season 10 shall kick off on 5th August. With players featuring diverse playstyles, Suhaz Esports’ journey in the upcoming season shall be an interesting story to follow.

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John has been reporting developments on major mobile MOBA titles such as Mobile Legends, Wild Rift, and Arena of Valor for over two years. He also understands and follows various other PC/Mobile games such as League of Legends, Crossfire, Warcraft and more.

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