This is the first offline tournament that the streamer’s underdog Malaysian team has ever competed in.
Women today can achieve so much more than they ever could. Most communities have been shunning the old-fashioned mindset that “men are better” in recent years, with many women able to fulfil their true potential. Otherwise, Facebook Gaming Creator, MissRose Gaming, wouldn’t have been able to start her own PUBG Mobile esports team, named MissRose Esport Syndicate (MRE Syndicate). They’re currently competing in the PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore (PMPL MY/SG 2020).
Presenting you, the players of MissRose Esport Syndicate:
Muhd Johari Jojo bin Haji Sani
Muhammad Sapuan “Omar” bin Jufri
Muhammad Al Fateh “Fteh” bin Ismail
Andi Muhammad “Andy” bin Andi Anuar
Nor Azli Azzim “Babyjim” bin Nor Azlan
“I started MissRose Esport Syndicate to help younger gamers become successful esports athletes,” Roslinda “MissRose” binti Embran said of her motives. “I want to guide and build their talents, so they can grow up to be professional players and make a lucrative career out of it.”
Founded late last year, the idea in starting her very own esports team came from her supporters, a concept which MissRose was intrigued by. “I’m happy that I can help aspiring players achieve their dreams with MRE Syndicate.” However, between caring for her six children, husband and – especially – her streaming career, it’s quite a handful for her alone to take care of the infant team despite her capable hands. So, who better to partner with to help manage the budding squad than her own life partner? Even though her husband is officially appointed as team manager of MRE Syndicate, MissRose clarifies that it’s still a team effort. “He and I manage the team together.”
But, with every endeavour, there’s hardship. “MRE Syndicate has been built up without any sponsorship,” the Malaysian streamer revealed. “So, our biggest challenge is building the team’s foundation.” It’s an obstacle that persists up to this day, but she added with a chuckle, “I think it’s going well so far”.
Although MRE Syndicate is currently placed 22nd amongst 24 teams in PMPL MY/SG 2020, MissRose – like any encouraging parent – has nothing but glowing praise for her team, “I’m proud of them qualifying for PMPL MY/SG 2020, especially because this is their first offline tournament.” With a chance to do battle against PUBG Mobile veterans like Yoodo Gank and Team Secret, the players of MRE Syndicate scored a rare opportunity to learn from the best up close and personal. “All that matters is for them to take this experience and become stronger.”
A total of 24 teams compete in the PMPL MY/SG League 2020, battling it out for the much sought-after spots in the SEA Finals by placing in the top 16. The participating teams comprise the top 16 Malaysian and Singapore teams who pulled through the Qualifier Finals, and eight invited teams that range from veterans to promising newcomers:
Malaysian qualified teams
- Xpert MY
- Boss Weh
- Tara Proyecto X
- Team No Recoil
- ESG Gaming
- Axis MPX
- MissRose Esport Syndicate
- Last Survivor R2K
- Tone Wow Esports
- Ned Brotherhood
- Dingoz MZ
- Resurgence MY
Singaporean qualified teams
- Team H2O
- Steel Hearts Esports
- Divinity Esports
- Impunity Kage
- Yoodo Gank
- Bigetron AROV
- Bapak Ah Esports
- Team Secret
- Geek Fam PUBG Mobile Malaysia
- EVOS ViP
- FV Unbeatable Gaming
- Traitor Esport
PMPL MY/SG 2020 began on 3 Mar, with the Regular Season concluding on 22 Mar.
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