Last February, PSG Esports was pleased to announce a new partnership with the Rex Regum Qeon team and thus created a Mobile Legends team. Finally, after several months of collaboration and great wins on this game, the partnership between the 2 teams is coming to an end. A short recap’ and explanation in this article.
We will no longer see the PSG.RRQ team continue to perform well in Indonesia. The association between the 2 teams closes at the end of a very positive and enriching season for each of the teams, which signs an exceptional final at the SEA COC. Indeed, on May 19, the PSG.RRQ team won the very first Sea Clash of Champions by defeating its great rival from Southeast Asia in the final: the Singapore Evos Esports team. After a semi-final largely dominated by PSG.RRQ who won both games hands down, at the image of the competition where they didn’t lose a single game, our team met their great rival for a final of madness. During this one, PSG.RRQ won the first game and lost the 2nd, for the first time in the competition, before crushing his opponent in the 3rd decisive game. This was the last competition our PSG.RRQ team competed in, so this is one way to conclude!
But PSG.RRQ is not only that, it is also a very good journey during the BO3 Series where the team took 1st place in the competition by defeating its long-time rival Evos Esports. Not to mention the great performance achieved during the MPL Playoffs last March – Mobile Legends Professional League – the famous division of excellence on the Mobile Legends game.
Why this separation then? Well, simply because the new strategic orientation of PSG Esports focuses on other games, in particular Brawl Stars, which is exploding in Europe and for which the PSG has great projects in mind. As Yassine Jaada, Chief Gaming Officer of PSG Esports, says: “We are stopping Mobile Legends because we have reviewed our priorities and the partnership we have with Supercell has become one of them.”
The PSG.RRQ team that played under the colors of the Parisian club was constituted of the following 6 top-players:
– Muhammad “Lemon” Ikhsan – Indonesia – 20 years
– William “Liam” Setiawan – Indonesia – 20 years old
– Try “AyamJAGO” Sukardi – Indonesia – 22 years old
– Chen “James” Jui Teng – Taiwan – 24 years old
– Calvian “InstincT” – Indonesia – 26 years old
– Diky “Tuturu” – Indonesia – 26 years old
The time has come to say goodbye and especially thank them for this adventure and for this excellent collaboration, of which PSG Esports will have very good memories. And so are our friends from the RRQ team, who said yesterday in an official statement:
“It was an honour to be part of the PSG Esports adventure, to have been chosen among many others in Southeast Asia and Indonesia, and also to have shared a vision and passion to make eSport bigger and more beautiful. »
A big thank you to all of them and good luck for future projects! Allez RRQ, et allez Paris!