Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Tiebreaker Times
(C) MPL PH

ESports

Light looks forward to facing TNC: ‘Hindi ako magpapatalo sa kanila’


Newly-crowned MPL Philippines Season Nine Most Valuable Player Dylan “Light” Catipon is set to face his former team TNC in the upper bracket finals on Saturday night.

“Siguro magiging masaya yung laban parang feeling ko ang sarap nila kalaban,” said Light following RSG PH’s 3-0 sweep of ONIC PH in the second round of the playoffs.

“Sobrang saya ko kasi yung mga nakapasok sa playoffs mostly galing sa TNC e. ECHO, TNC, saka yung mga iba pa sila Ben,” he added.

Light – who was acquired by TNC along with the rest of the Work Auster Force roster – was one of the original players of the storied organization when it entered the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang realm last year.

Unfortunately, after a dismal debut season in Season Eight which saw the team finish dead-last, TNC decided to go on a different route – releasing all but two of its players in a roster overhaul which saw the team pick up the likes of Jomarie “Escalera” Delos Santos, Robee Bryan “Yasuwo” Pormocille, Salman “KingSalman” Macarambon, and Mark “Kramm” Rusiana.

And on Saturday, Light will finally get the chance to showcase his worth to his former team on the big stage.

The 19-year-old roamer also acknowledged that RSG PH is in for a tough fight against the rejigged TNC, but he also bared that he has no plans of losing against his former team anytime soon.

“Siyempre, hindi ako magpapatalo sa kanila,” claimed Light.

Light led RSG PH’s rousing sweep of ONIC PH in the second round. He punctuated the series with a phenomenal performance on Atlas in Game Three where the team trailed by as much as 10K in the gold department before Light initiated a crucial pickoff on Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol’s Baxia.

#ReadMore  TNC Predator vents ire on Vice Esports to notch first DPC win
Written By


You May Also Like

ESports

Head coach Brian “Panda” Lim made the ultimate sacrifice for RSG PH prior to the team’s campaign in the 2022 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang...

ESports

The chatter about who should have won the Finals Most Valuable Player in the 2022 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup is still...

ESports

Jhonard “Demonkite” Caranto and coach Karl “Giee” Barrientos hoisted another trophy together on Sunday night. “Sobrang special neto kasi ito yung achievement namin na...

ESports

KUALA LUMPUR — Arvie “Aqua” Calderon has been a picture of consistency in RSG PH’s gold medal campaigns in the MPL Philippines Season Nine...

ESports

KUALA LUMPUR — RSG PH gold laner Eman “EMANN” Sangco entered the 2022 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup with a chip on...

ESports

KUALA LUMPUR — Before blowing her candle hours prior to their championship match against RRQ Hoshi, RSG PH team manager Lexie Yambao only wished...

ESports

KUALA LUMPUR – Eman “EMANN” Sangco bagged the Most Valuable Player award after leading RSG PH to the 2022 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast...

ESports

KUALA LUMPUR — Dylan “Light” Catipon said that RSG PH is dedicating their grand finals match against RRQ Hoshi to their brothers over at...

Advertisement