RSG PH welcomes light for its Mobile Legends roster

RSG PH announces acquisition of former TNC Pro Team member Dylan “Light“Catipon for my Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (ML) roster. The pro player will act as the team’s Surrounding Person in the upcoming ML e-sports events. The pro player gave his word. promised as a member of the lesser team Work Auster Force prior to being acquired by TNC Pro Team.However, the team soon debuted Light after a lackluster performance in the Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) Philippines ( PH) Season 8, where they finished in eighth place in the regular season.

Light joins RSG’s Mobile Legends roster

The Singapore-based organization announced its new addition on January 12, revealing that the former TNC Pro Team ML member will serve as the team’s new Roamer.

Light has also played for Work Auster Force in the past and displayed impressive strategic excellence during his time with the team at MPL PH Season 7. While the team failed to win the championship title, it did. attracted the attention of the ML community. . The team was subsequently acquired by TNC Pro Team for MPL PH Season 8. The team had a good start to the season, winning the championship in Juicy Legends 2021 Q3. However, the team had a disappointing performance in MPL PH Season 8 and was unable to secure a playoff spot.

Shortly after Season 8 ended, Light was later released from the team and RSG PH soon bought him as its new Roamer.

recognized as one of the more formidable Mobile Legends teams in the Philippines thanks to the guidance of head coach Brian “Panda” Lim. The team was able to secure a spot in the knockout round of MPL PH Season 8. However, they were quickly eliminated on day one by Nexplay EVOS losing 3-0.

So far, Light is the only confirmed member on RSG PH’s Season 9 roster. Fans will have to keep an eye out for RSG PH’s lineup in the near future for more information. RSG PH welcomes light for its Mobile Legends roster


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