V33Wise Confirmed for MPL PH Season 11, Renejay Joins Blacklist SIBOL Squad
Blacklist International partially revealed its team roster for the upcoming Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) Professional League (MPL) Philippines (PH) Season 11. The esports organization confirmed that the fan-favorite players Johnmar "Ohmyv33nus" Villaluna and Danerie James "Wise" del Rosario (also known as the V33Wise Duo) will be part of its Season 11 lineup. The other three mystery players will be revealed at a later date.
Blacklist International also revealed its 5-man lineup for the upcoming MLBB SIBOL Qualifiers for the upcoming 2023 Southeast Asia (SEA) Games featuring an iconic veteran player from Nexplay EVOS. The V33Wise duo is also confirmed to be not part of the Blacklist SIBOL lineup.
Blacklist International reveals its lineup for MPL PH Season 11 and SIBOL Qualifiers
Through a Facebook post on 20th January, the esports organization revealed its lineups for the upcoming MLBB tournaments with the caption “Our redemption story starts today. We know you’ve got our backs, agents.”
For the MPL PH Season 11, the esports organization revealed that there will be three new members joining the lineup in exchange for its three iconic players Kiel "OHEB" Soriano, Edward "EDWARD" Dapadap, Salic "Hadji" Imam. However, only the V33Wise duo is confirmed to be part of the Season 11 squad while the three other players are yet to be revealed.
The revamped Blacklist International squad will compete to defend it’s title in the MPL PH Season 11 which is scheduled to be held on February 2023, according to the MLBB esports roadmap.
Blacklist International also revealed its lineup for the upcoming MLBB SIBOL Qualifiers, featuring the fan-favorite Nexplay EVOS EXP Laner Renejay "RENEJAY" Barcase. OHEB, Edward, and Hadji are also part of the lineup along with a rookie player Ian Jakob "Rindo" Seguiran.
The Blacklist SIBOL squad will compete for the opportunity to compete in this year’s 2023 SEA Games which is set to be held in May.
It will be interesting to see how the revamped Blacklist International, both the MPL PH and SIBOL Qualifiers lineup, would perform in the upcoming tournaments.