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MPL: Kairi sensational in ONIC Esports debut; Hesa tows Burn X Flash to solo second

RRQ’s Michael “Arcadia” Bocado and the ONIC Esports duo of Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol and Denver “Yeb” Miranda won their respective debuts in the opening week of the MPL Indonesia Season 10 while the Jhonwin “Hesa” Vergara helped Burn X Flash seize the second spot in MPL KH.

MPL Indonesia

RRQ coach Michael “Arcadia” Bocado came out victorious in his MPL Indonesia debut after spoiling Allen “Baloyskie” Baloy’s first game for Geek Fam last Friday.

Baloyskie’s Franco actually towed Geek Fam to a surprising 16-8 win to take the early 1-0 advantage in the series. However, that proved to be it for the former ONIC PH skipper as Arcadia’s boys took over in the next two matches to seal the reversal.

The two-time MPL Philippines champion’s woes continued in the following day after Geek Fam got swept by Alter Ego to open its first week with a 0-2 win-loss standing. RRQ, meanwhile, topped the standings after posting a 2-0 standing.

Meanwhile, Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol played sensationally in his ONIC Esports debut, leading the team to a quick 2-0 win over Rebellion Zion.

The ‘Future’ finished with four kills and 11 assists on Akai in the 19-8 Game One win before capping it off with a 2-1-7 KDA line on the same hero in the 15-15 Game Two win. Also making his first appearance for ONIC Esports is assistant coach Denver “Yeb” Miranda.

On the other hand, Bigetron Alpha’s Marky “Markyyyyy” Carpaccio and EVOS Legends’ Gerald “Dlar” Trinchera did not see action in their respective teams’ opening week assignments. Both teams went 1-1.

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MPL Malaysia

Jaylord “Hate” Gonzales got one over Theo “Raizen” Eusebio after Team SMG took a dominant 2-0 sweep over Suhaz Esports last Saturday.

Hate finished with two kills and six assists without a death on Lylia in the 9-2 Game One win before putting on a 3-2-12 KDA performance in the 18-10 Game Two triumph.

MPL Cambodia

Jhonwin “Hesa” Vergara finally made his much-awaited debut for Burn X Flash in the second week of the MPL Cambodia Autumn split last Saturday.

Hesa led Burn X Flash to a 2-0 sweep of CFU Esports before settling for a tie against Impunity KH on Sunday.

The John “Zico” Dizon-coached squad is currently in second place with a 2-1-0 win-draw-loss standing while the Zen-coached Logic Esports is at the fourth spot with a 1-1-1 standing after coming out with a draw against Team Max.

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