TNC Pro Team ML Unveils MPL PH Season 9 Roster
TNC Pro Team revealed its revamped team roster for the upcoming Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) Philippines (PH) Season 9. The new roster features four new faces alongside the two veteran pro players from the previous season, Daniel “SDzyz” Chuu (formerly known as Chuu) and Ben “Benthings” Maglaque. TNC Pro Team had a disappointing performance during the MPL PH Season 8, only scoring four wins and 10 losses which locked them out of the playoffs stage. This prompted the organization to release five of its players and commit to undergoing massive changes to its team roster.
New faces and a fresh new start for TNC Pro Team’s Mobile Legends roster
According to TNC Pro Team’s Mobile Legends (ML) division, the new roster is comprised of four promising rookies Jomarie “Escalera” Delos Santos, Robee Bryan “Yasuwo” Pormocille, Salman “KingSalman” Macarambon, and Mark “Kramm” Rusiana. Two players from its previous roster: Daniel “SDzyz” Chuu and Ben “Benthings” Maglaque will also be joining the squad to make a six-man team for the upcoming MPL PH Season 9.
“You might know some of them from other Mobile Legends leagues but now is their time to shine in the prestigious professional league of Mobile Legends,” captioned TNC Pro Team.
Fans of the Filipino ML are likely familiar with Escalera and Yasuwo. The two rookies were former members of the popular ArkAngel lineup.
KingSalman, on the other hand, is a former member of PH ML team VVV Esports. Finally, Krammm is known for his performances in the Nationals Season Three where he participated under the team STI E-Olympians.
TNC Pro Team aims to redeem itself in the upcoming MPL PH Season 9
first debuted with a championship title in the Juicy Legends 2021 Q3, a local esports event in the Philippines. However, the team had a disappointing run in the MPL PH Season 8, finishing last in the regular-season rankings with only four wins and ten losses.
After its lackluster performance in its first MPL tournament, the team released its head coach Laurence “” Ruiz followed by the pro players Dylan “Light” Catipon, Clarense “” Guzman, Patrick “P-GOD” Ibarra, Douglas "" Astibe, and Frediemar “3MarTzy” Serafico.
It will be interesting to see if TNC Pro Team will be able to impress its fans in the upcoming MPL PH Season 9.