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Demonkite starting to prove that he belongs on MPL PH stage

With RSG PH continuing to rack up wins, Jonard “Demonkite” Caranto is getting more and more confident playing on the big stage.

“Nakakatulong po talaga sakin yung mga larong naipapanalo namin kasi mas nagiging confident ako doon sa laro ko kapag nanalo po kami,” said the rookie after RSG PH’s 2-1 win over Bren Esports on Sunday night.

RSG PH, a team composed of ‘outcasts’ and rookies, is shaping to be a legitimate contender for the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League-Philippines Season Eight championship.

And Demonkite, a former underground star from JNA Esports, is a huge part of RSG PH’s superb performance under head coach Brian “Panda” Lim.

The 18-year-old jungler is currently tied for seventh in the league in KDA with 5.81. He’s also tied at third for total kills with 41.

But well, for him, it’s just a product of his hard work from the amateurs to the pros.

“Motivated po kasi kaming lahat na manalo po sa games saka pursigido po kami pa lagi na i-panalo lahat ng laban.

“Nakatulong din po sakin siyempre yung mga pag pa-practice saka paghihirap,” said Demonkite.

Demonkite put up five kills, a death, and seven assists on Ling in the Game One win, before capping off the three-game series with a 5-2-8 KDA on his jungle Paquito in Game Three.

Prior to the win against Bren Esports, RSG PH blemished ONIC PH’s once-unbeaten slate.

RSG PH will take on defending champion Blacklist International next on Friday at 8:00 PM as they vie for their third-straight win.

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