In the world of esports, the competitive scene is always changing. Teams are constantly shifting players around and adjusting their rosters in an effort to stay on top.
TNC Pro Team made a big move by sending two of their players to their MLBB Development League team, TNC Neo. The players are jungler Kenneth “Saxa” Fedelin and midlaner Jayson “Riku” Alupit.
This move marks the first time that an MLBB Professional League (MPL) Philippines team has sent players to their development league.
TNC Neo is currently sitting at fourth place in Group B with a 2-7 win-loss record. They have just two weeks left in the inaugural season and need a boost to make it into the playoffs.
Only the top three teams will qualify, so every win counts.
The arrival of Saxa and Riku is sure to give TNC Neo a much-needed boost.
Both players are highly skilled and experienced in the competitive scene. Saxa is known for his aggressive playstyle and ability to create opportunities for his team. Riku, on the other hand, is a skilled midlaner with excellent map awareness.
The move to send players to the development league is not uncommon in the esports scene. It allows teams to give their players more playing time and experience in a lower-pressure environment. It also gives them the opportunity to scout for new talent and potentially bring up players to their main roster.
For TNC Pro Team, the move makes sense as they are looking to build a strong pipeline of talent for the future. With the development league, they can nurture and develop new players and potentially bring them up to the main roster in the future.