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Bren to get much-needed break first before plotting next move


Despite missing the playoffs for the first time in franchise history, Bren Esports is in no rush to reassess its roster for the next Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League-Philippines season.

According to Bren Esports coach Francis “Duckey” Glindro, the world champions will be having their much-deserved rest first before regrouping for the next season.

“Ngayon hindi pa namin iniisip, ang priority namin ngayon is to take a break tapos siguro regroup after yung break namin,” said Duckey during Bren Esports’ post-match press conference after the 0-2 loss to Blacklist International on Sunday.

“Then siguro doon na namin pag pa-planuhan our next steps.”

Bren Esports was nothing but dominant to start the year, claiming the M2 World Championship after taking down powerhouse squads across the globe such as Burmese Ghouls, RRQ Hoshi, Alter Ego, and Todak.

Since then, however, the team’s trajectory went downwards – bowing out of the MPL Season Seven playoffs before entirely missing the whole thing in Season Eight.

The team showed flashes of brilliance mid-season, even making a last-ditch attempt to salvage a playoff spot in the form of a four-game winning streak that ended at the hands of Omega Esports.

Bren Esports then suffered a huge blow as they lost to playoff rival ECHO via sweep which dimmed their playoff hopes. RSG PH eventually ended Bren Esports’ chances through its Game One win over ONIC PH yesterday.

The Bernard Chong-owned franchise ended the tournament at the seventh spot with 14 points through a 5-9 standing.

Still, despite the team’s shocking exit, team captain Angelo “Pheww” Arcangel vowed that the team will learn from their mistakes and come back stronger for the next season.

“Matututo kami sa mga pag kakamali namin ngayong season inside and outside ng game.”

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