Myanma Esport: Burmese Ghouls says good bye to team players

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Myanmar’s Esport Team, Burmese Ghouls seen after securing the 1st Runner Up title of the M2 World Championship in Singapore on 24 January, 2021.  Photo: Burmese Ghouls Facebook Page

Main players of the Myanma Esport Mobile Legends’ Burmese Ghouls team: ACE, KID, RubyDD, Maybe, and Dee along with their coach PVNDV parted ways with their team and will continue their careers in new teams said the Burmese Ghouls team’s officials.
The breaking news was released on the official page of the Burmese Ghouls Mobile Legends Bang Bang team on 3 July.
“As we, the Burmese Ghouls Organization, have been struggling in 2021 and our Esport organization, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, is no longer able to support the future of our main team, and its players,” Burmese Ghouls officials said. “Nevertheless, team leader ICE ICE will be with the organization and participate in our future activities.
“Our Burmese Ghouls Organization wishes our brothers, who made pride of Myanmar on behalf of the Burmese Ghouls Organization during international Esport tourney, and wishing them to possess many successes in their future careers and in their new teams, and to be successful as Myanmar honorary players.
“Special thanks to the players and fans for the many memories and achievements we have had together. “Like we always said: Once Ghouls, Always Ghouls!,” Burmese Ghouls officials added.
Myanmar’s Mobile Legends team, Burmese Ghouls secured the second prize (1st Runner Up) of the M2 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship 2021 after facing a narrow 3-4 loss to Filipino Bren Esports team in the Grand Final of the Esports championship at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore on 24 July, 2021.
The team was the very first team in Myanmar Esport history to reach the Grand Final of the World Championship. —GNLM

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