Team Secret, one of the most famous esports organizations in the world has recently dropped hints of entering Mobile Legends Esports, by acquiring a Malayasian roster. Team Secret is well known around the world for its DOTA 2 and Valorant roster.
Since MLBB esports is one of the most profitable esports scenes in recent history, fans have long been curious about whether or not Team Secret would join the competition. In recent posts, Team Secret has pretty much announced that they would be joining the MLBB esports, by obtaining a Malaysian roster. This will be the team’s first step toward competing in MLBB esports.
Team Secret has reportedly picked up former Orange Esports roster
Immediately after the end of the M4 Championship the previous year, which resulted in ECHO being crowned the world champions, Team Secret was observed indicating interest in the Mobile Legends Esports via a post on their Facebook page. The Facebook posts read, “What’s up, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang?” Later on, the CEO of Team Secret was seen searching for free agents for MLBB, and he was also seen asking his fans, whether or not he should acquire an MLBB squad.
Meanwhile, the former players of Orange Esports have also formed an MLBB team named Team Secret. It is important to note that Orange Esports achieved a third-place finish in the MPL-MY Season 10 before being dropped out of the organization.
The recent Twitter post from Team Secret, which included the flag of Malaysia as part of the caption, pretty much confirms that the organization is in the process of acquiring a Malaysian roster. This Malaysian roster will most likely be comprised of players who previously competed for Orange Esports. If the speculations are true, the roster will include.
That’s it for the speculations regarding the entry of Team Secret in Mobile Legends Esports scene. Keep checking this space as we will be updating as soon as any new info drops.
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