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No VeeWise, no problem for Blacklist

KIEL Calvin ‘OHEB’ Soriano is ready to step up for Blacklist International in the coming Season 12 of the MPL Philippines. | photograph courtesy of KIEL GAMING

Kiel Calvin “OHEB” Soriano is convinced that Blacklist International remains a force to reckon with in Mobile Legends Professional League Philippines Season 12 even without the powerhouse duo of Johnmar “OhMyV33nus” Villaluna and Danerie James “Wise” del Rosario.

OHEB, a three-time MPL Phl champion and the M3 Mobile Legends World Championship Most Valuable Player, has transferred back to the main roster of Blacklist as its gold laner after spending a season with its Mobile Legends Development League squad.

According to the Tarlac native, OhMyV33nus and Wise — or popularly known as VeeWise — had imparted valuable lessons in the past that they could use in the upcoming season that is set to open on 8 September at Shooting Gallery Studios in Makati.

“I think we are very ready (to compete without VeeWise) because we have lots of experience and they have helped us a lot already,” OHEB said.

“We will do whatever it takes this season, I have veteran teammates so I think we are so ready.”

Blacklist surprised its fans when it officially announced its roster for Season 12.

A mix of good and bad news, the upcoming season will also see the return to action of one of the team’s key players Salic “Hadji” Imam, who skipped playtime last season.

Familiar faces such as Edward Jay “EDWARD” Dapadap and Renejay Barcarse will also banner the squad in Season 12.

Other than the return of ex-key players, Blacklist International will also enjoy the presence of world champion coach Kristoffer Ed “BON CHAN” Ricaplaza as he is set to return to the coaching staff under head coach Ariel “Master The Basics” Jiandani.

The remaining players of the team are Stephen “Sensui” Castillo, Kim “Kimpoy” Villarico, Kenneth Carl “Yue” Tadeo, Lee “Owl” Bautista, and Russel “Eyon” Apelo.

“It is exciting to have new teammates. I want to prove myself again because many criticisms are coming from people,” OHEB said.

Together with new and old faces minus the VeeWise duo, OHEB will indeed have a chance to prove himself once again as Blacklist is set to face its fellow world champion ECHO on the opening day.

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