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TNC continues revamp, releases 3Mar, Toshi, Der

The exodus continues for TNC.

On Sunday night, the organization announced the departure of three players headlined by star Frediemar “3MarTzy” Serafico.

Also leaving the squad are reserves Adrian “Toshi” Bacallo and Landher “Der” San Gabriel.

“Some things come to an end, not because it wasn’t good but because we need to grow,” said TNC in a Facebook post.

“Thank you 3mar, Toshi, and Der for the great gameplays and memories. We appreciate everything you’ve done for the team. Always rise wherever your future might be. Nice g.”

3MarTzy was part of the original Work Auster Force squad that entered the league back in Season Seven while Der and Toshi only joined the organization in the previous season.

Almost two weeks ago, the organization released Dylan “Unravel” Catipon, Patrick “P-GOD” Ibarra, and Douglas “ImbaDeejay” Astibe. Five days later, coach Laurence “Lift” Ruiz followed suit.

TNC had a disappointing Season Eight campaign, finishing with just four wins in a total of 14 outings. The team finished last in the standings and eventually missed the playoffs.

As of posting time, the TNC roster consists of Daniel “Chuuu” Chu, Ben “Benthings” Maglaque, and Clarense “Kousei” Camilo.

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