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Blacklist International partners with Team Ultimate to announce its COD Mobile roster

Blacklist International, a renowned team in the MPL scene, has announced its partnership with Call of Duty Mobile Philippines Championship 2021 (COD Mobile Champs) winner Ultimate E-Pro for the next six months. By acquiring the roster of this COD Mobile esports team run by Team Ultimate, Blacklist International becomes the second MPL team to enter the COD Mobile competitive scenario. The new COD Mobile roster that will be competing in the upcoming finals has been named Blacklist International Ultimate. Prior to this, Omega Esports was the first team to acquire a COD Mobile roster when they announced the roster by picking up NRX Jeremiah 29:11.

Blacklist International Ultimate COD Mobile roster
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Blacklist International is backed up by the famous gaming organization Tier One. Moreover, the new team named Blacklist International Ultimate will start its journey from the COD Mobile World Championship 2021 – Garena Finals which is to start from 30th September 2021.

Complete COD Mobile roster of Blacklist International Ultimate

With a new identity, the COD Mobile roster of Blacklist International Ultimate will look like this:

  • John Benedict “Jaben” Julio (Captain)
  • Railey “Yobabs” Abrenica
  • Gian “Yato” Socao
  • Martin “Tin” Yap
  • Neil “Flex” Perez
  • Aj “Eiji” Agbing
Blacklist International Ultimate COD Mobile roster
The official announcement of the partnership by Team Ultimate

Jared Matthew P. Gloria, the CEO, and founder of Team Ultimate while speaking about this partnership, reflected on his initial days and said that the journey was never easy to start an organization at the age of 17 only. It was sheer hard work and patience throughout the previous years that have brought this positive result.

Speaking about their recent performances which led to this partnership, Jared said, “The partnership with Blacklist is the biggest blessing for both the Team Ultimate organization and the players. It was never really our main plan to be the new Philippines COD Mobile champions but we were just aiming to reach the top two so that we are able to represent the country.”

These achievements won’t be here with me if it wasn’t because of the three people who helped me throughout my journey as a leader: Sofia my best support system, Denz my OG business partner, and Jav my solid hypeman

Jared Matthew P. Gloria,CEO and founder, Team Ultimate

“Through that championship title, we were able to showcase what the team could bring out, and thankfully, Blacklist International saw the team’s potential and decided to agree with the partnership and from Blacklist International Ultimate”, he added.

The COD Mobile esports scene is growing rapidly with such partnerships

Popular COD Mobile analysts and casters such as Beefmami, BobbyPlays, etc. are considering these partnerships as the path to the bright future of Call of Duty Mobile. Such partnerships are the ones that also give hope to the fans to stay positive and also make them more engaged within the esports scene of COD Mobile. This game is so far going through a smooth journey towards its bright future. With successful events happening worldwide, COD Mobile esports is looking forward to expanding its reach rapidly across the world.

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