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TNC launches roster revamp

Photograph Courtesy of KRAMM FB | MARK Genzon ‘Kramm’ Rusiana is among the players who were let go by TNC Pro Team.

TNC Pro Team is starting to rebuild its Mobile Legends: Bang Bang professional roster early following a dismal outing in the Mobile Legends Professional League Season 11.

Spearheaded by team captain and roamer Ben Seloe “Benthings” Maglaque, TNC compiled a forgettable record of 3-11 with 10 points in the regular season to finish at the bottom of Season 11.

With that, TNC launched a revamp by letting go experience laner Mark Genzon “Kramm” Rusiana, Kenneth “Saxajago, and Jayson “Riku” Alupit in a bid to form a competitive team next season.

“Thank you Kramm, Saxajago and Riku! Take care always and keep grinding! We wish you nothing but the best, boys!” TNC Pro Team announced.

In its 14-regular season matches, TNC managed to win just eight games while losing a total of 23. Their poor performances game after game saw them bow out of the Playoffs contention together with Nexplay EVOS that finished the regular season with a 4-10 record and 15 points.

TNC originally had ten professional players on its roster and is now down to seven with Benthings, Jomarie “Escalera” de los Santos, Kristofer Malcus “Hesu” Calderon, King Cyric “K1ngkong” Perez, Jetson “Goyo” Ignacio, John Vincent “Innocent” Banal and Robee “Ninjakilla Pormocille.”

But the TNC executives did not stop with MPL as they also started to cut players from TNC Neo after the inaugural season of the Mobile Legends Development League, where they compiled a 3-10 record and nine points.

“Thank you, Coach Cody Banks, Crown, Banting, MarkTzy, XSHOCKER, K1D, and Mira! Your unwavering dedication will always remain with us. Best of luck in your future endeavors!” TNC announced.

TNC has yet to announce new signings for both MPL and MDP.

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