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EMMAN deflects MSC MVP to teammates: ‘Kung ‘di dahil sa kanila, wala ako dito’


KUALA LUMPUR – Eman “EMANN” Sangco bagged the Most Valuable Player award after leading RSG PH to the 2022 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup, Sunday night at the Malaysia International Trade and Exchange Center.

RSG PH, through multiple come-from-behind wins in the series, nabbed the title via a 4-0 sweep of RRQ Hoshi – the same team that swept them in the upper bracket finals – in the grand finals.

“Masaya kasi bumawi kami sa RRQ tapos nabigyan namin sila ng magandang laban,” said EMANN moments after receiving the award.

EMANN deflected the credit to his teammates for guiding him throughout the course of the regional tilt.

“Nagpapasalamat din ako sa mga kakampi ko kasi kung hindi dahil sa kanila, wala ako dito,” the former Amihan Esports standout added.

With RSG PH already ahead by 2-0, EMANN stepped it up a notch in Game Three with eight kills, two deaths, and nine assists on Karrie. Then, in Game Four, he closed the sealed the title with four kills and eight assists on Clint.

The 17-year-old gold laner finished with a total of eight MVP awards all throughout the tournament. He also became the second gold laner from the Philippines to win the award after Duane “Kelra” Pillas with Execration in the previous edition.

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