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Playing against best gold laners in the world motivates Bennyqt

Benedict “Bennyqt” Gonzales, without a doubt, is playing the best Mobile Legends: Bang Bang of his career in the M4 World Championship.

The 21-year-old gold laner has been the driving force of ECHO’s stellar campaign in the world tilt, averaging seven kills, one death, and 4.25 assists per outing right after the team’s upper bracket quarterfinals triumph over Team HAQ on Saturday night.

In total, Bennyqt compiled a total of 56 kills, 34 assists, and just eight deaths in just eight matches played throughout the team’s undefeated run in the tournament.

More than the statistics, the former Execration standout said that he was just glad to contribute to his team and fulfill his dream of playing in the biggest stage of ML:BB at the same time.

“Masaya naman po ako na nakapag-perform ako sa world stage pero ‘di lang dun yung pinaka-buong performance ko,” Bennyqt said after leading ECHO to the upper bracket semifinals.

ECHO head coach Archie “Tictac” Reyes commended his star gold laner for his impressive showing so far in the worlds.

“Commended. Very well-commended yung ginawa ni Ben, actually ang lakas niya sobra. Sabi nga ni coach Treb ‘di ba? Mangbabalibag siya dito. Ayun na nga, ginagawa na nga niya,” Tictac said.

“Sobrang laking impact non sa team. Ang laking tulong sa kaniya non, ang taas ng inimprove niya lalo na sa world stage tapos nagagawa niya yung mga ganung bagay,” he continued.

For his part, Bennyqt said that going up against the best gold laners in the world definitely brought out the best in him.

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“Sobrang kumbaga in general, pagtungtong ko pa lang sa M4 sobrang saya kasi iba-ibang gold laners yung mga nakakatapat ko hindi katulad sa MPL Philippines na per team isang gold laner lang makakatapat ko. Dito talaga iba iba, iba ibang lahi, playstyle so ayun,” Bennyqt said.

Bennyqt and ECHO will go up against ONIC Esports in the upper bracket semifinals on Thursday at 7:00 PM.

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