Blacklist International Spoils NXPE AkoSiDogie Debut In MPL Season 10

MPL Season 10 starts and on the lead is Blacklist International which just recently defeated NXPE.

BLACKLIST INTERNATIONAL – Batute, LanceCy, and Kzen debut in MPL Season 10 but Blacklist International spoils their victory.

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League’s 10th season has started and on the lead on the standing board is the Blacklist International team. According to recent data, the team won six matches and lost in two. They claimed 16 game victories and suffered six losses making them earn 17 points as of this writing.

MPL Season 10 Standing

And their recent win was against Nexplay Evos team consisted by players namely:

  • Setsuna “Batute” Ignacio – or better known as AkoSiDogie
  • Lance “LanceCy” Cunanan
  • Ken Louie “Kzen” Pile
  • Renejay “Renejay” Bacarse
  •  Mariusz “DONUT” Villamero Tan

In this match, they went against Blacklist players such as Johnmar “OhMyV33nus” Villaluna, Salic “Hadji” Imam, Danerie James “Wise” Del Rosario, Kiel “Oheb” Soriano, and Edward “EDWARD” Dapadap.

Blacklist International Versus NXPE
Photo from MPL Philippines

In the first half of the match, BLK easily advanced to control the whole game by getting the first kill and being quick in tearing down the towers. They also killed the most turtles which enhanced their skills and they swayed taking control of the minions. They were also ahead in terms of gold throughout the game.

NXPE was clearly having a hard time but they brought a good fight. They were aggressive in their moves but they showed patience, method, and logic in playing their game.

BLK got the first match and in the last half, game 2, Donut kept things afloat for the team. But the burst damages of BLK impaired the NXPE to retaliate in team fights. In the latter minutes of the game, Blacklist secured the victory when Wise secured the Lord which made them manage to advance to the enemy’s base marching their way to another win.

Meanwhile, Blacklist’s next game will be against Omega Esports Saturday while NXPE slid down to the bottom.


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