Todak Unveils MPL MY Season 10 Roster Featuring a New Member

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Todak Unveils MPL MY Season 10 Roster Featuring a New Member

John Dave Rossel
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Todak announced its roster for the MPL MY Season 10 featuring a new player.
In exchange for its new member named Rival, Todak's veteran player Moyy shall be relegated to the organization's Development team.
Todak is aiming to defend its title in the upcoming MPL MY Season 10.

Todak has officially announced its roster for the upcoming Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) Malaysia (MY) Season 10. The team welcomes a new recruit in exchange for one of its members being relegated to its Development team. Todak is considered as one of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) powerhouse teams in Indonesia. The team won the previous season and will be looking to defend its title in the upcoming MPL MY Season 10. Todak also participated in the Mobile Legends Southeast Asia Cup (MSC) 2022 event and finished 5th-6th place after an upsetting 1-3 defeat against Falcon Esports.

Todak MPL MY Season 10 Roster revealed

After days of slowly revealing its roster, Todak has finally locked its players for the upcoming MPL MY Season 10. Through a post on Instagram, the esports organization revealed six members including a new addition to the team named Rival.

In the post, Todak captioned “The sixth player in Todak's roster for this season will surely boost the spirit of the team and all Todak fans out there.”

Todak’s MPL MY Season 10 roster is as follows;

  • Muhammad “Ciku” Danial - Gold Laner

  • Idreen “Momo” Bin Abdul Jamal - Flexible

  • Abd “Yums” Qayyum - Roamer

  • Zikry “Moon” Bin Shamsuddin - Mid Laner

  • Wan “4Meyz” Usman - EXP Laner

  • Rival - Jungle

One of its veteran players Mohamad "Moyy" Wakiman has been transferred to the team’s Development division, the Todak Apprentice. The pro player shall act as the team’s mentor and handle the Roamer role.

Todak has been representing Malaysia for quite some time. The team has competed in all of the M-world series events and the 31st Southeast Asia (SEA) Games 2022. While Todak couldn’t secure a championship title in an international level competition, it dominated the local scene and finished in first place in MPL MY Season 6 and 9.

With its roster finally locked and ready to compete, Todak aims to defend its championship title and possibly secure a slot in the upcoming M4 World Championship.


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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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