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RENEJAY ‘Renejay’ Barcarse has proven that he still has a lot left in his tank after leading Blacklist to a runner-up finish in the MPL Philippines Season 12. | PHOTOGRAPH COURTEYS OF RENEJAY

Blacklist International roamer Renejay “Renejay” Barcarse believes that he is bound to achieve great things following his team’s second-place finish in the Mobile Legends Professional League Season 12 recently.

Known for his Chou and content creation with his old team Nexplay, Renejay joined Blacklist as an experience laner last season. He was not given much playing time then, as his position was occupied by Edward “Edward” Dapadap.

In Season 12, Renejay stepped up as the team’s roamer after Blacklist team captain Johnmar “OhMyV33nus” Villaluna opted to skip the season together with his real-life partner and in-game duo Danerie James “Wise” del Rosario.

Taking Renejay out of his comfort zone paved the way for his improvement using various heroes en route to leading Blacklist’s second-place finish in Season 12 and a qualification at the M5 World Championship set later this year in the Philippines.

From being benched and touted as a past prime player a few seasons ago, Renejay proved he still has a lot left in the tank.

He credited his growth to Blacklist coaching staff led by Aniel “Master the Basics” Jiandani while claiming that  he is yet to hit his peak form.

“For me, this season came all of a sudden because of the change in the meta. With that, I was not completely ready and the time to practice was still lacking,” Renejay told Daily Tribune.

“This is why I feel I can still be better with several heroes and widen my hero pool. I want to come to a point where I cannot be read anymore. That is my goal coming to M5. To me, that is what I need most and increase my mastery of every hero.”

Renejay also remembered the time when fans counted him out. Though aware of the criticisms, he never lost faith in himself as he knew that it was only a matter of time before he got fielded again.

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