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Bigetron Sons’ Sindra says Brazil still far behind from rest of the world in MLBB

After a disappointing M5 World Championship campaign that saw them lose all their group stage matches, leading to their exit from the tournament, Bigetron Sons midlaner Luís “Sindra” Tavares admitted to witnessing the massive gap firsthand between Brazil and the rest of the world.

“I think there’s a gap between Brazil and other regions.

“That’s why RRQ and we came here one month before the tournament so we could train harder. But I think we still have so much to learn. Losing in the first phase of the tournament was hard for us because we expected a lot more. But I think we’re going to take this as a lesson. We’re going to work harder because we know that the gap is even bigger than we thought,” Sindra explained.

Bigetron Sons lost the first two matches via sweep before taking a game against Saudi Arabia’s Triple Esports. Still, they ultimately finished with a 0-3 record.

“We were struggling a lot to show our game in the first matches because they were pressuring us in the early game. We were committing so many mistakes in the early stages of the game, so we couldn’t show anything. But now I think we showed a little bit of what we can do,” expressed Sindra.

“I think also our mindset was wrong here. We did something wrong that got us nervous, and anxious during the process. So I think next time we have to be more focused on what we have to do in training and have a better routine also.”

Bigetron Sons, along with RRQ Akira, arrived early in the Philippines in hopes of preparing better and learning from the Philippine meta.

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The Philippines is acknowledged as one of the toughest regions to play in MLBB, and even ranked games can serve as training grounds for teams like BTR participating in the world championship.

“We’ve been here in the Philippines for more than 30 days. We’ve had help from some teams. We believe that, given the circumstances, we’ve done the best possible preparation,” recalled Sindra.

“In Brazil, we have a scenario that, in my opinion, is very far behind. So we learned a lot in general and are taking it there. What we always have left after a competition of this level is to go home and try to pass some things to our local scene,” continued Sindra.

“For me, it’s hard to explain what real learning was like because Brazil is still growing. But we learned a lot here in the tournament, and we’ll definitely bring our experience back home and see how it works.”

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A Bacolodnon who loves basketball, chess, and esports.

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