Basic MLBB player tells the differences between the Philippines and North America
Recently on the Day 3 of the M4 World Championship Knockout Stages, the North American side The Valley went head-to-head against Burn x Team Flash. Both teams met each other in the Lower Bracket Round 1, the North American side went ahead with a flawless victory in the match and made it a 2-0 win the best of 3 games.
After having a rough start in the group stage fixtures, The Valley managed to get back the momentum and advanced to the Lower Bracket Round 2. The Valley’s Gold Lane player, Basic aka Peter Lozano gave his remarks on the difference between professional gaming careers in the Philippines and North America. The Gold Laner spoke about this in a post-match interview.
Basic’s post-match interview
The Gold Laner in the post-match press conference pointed out the difference between a Mobile Legends Bang Bang player in the Philippines region and the North American region. According to him, the Philippines had Bootcamps for the players, they had multiple sponsors, and many facilities which let the players focus on the game. But everything is the opposite in North America, the North American region only has the players only.
Without getting remunerations, the players of North American regions just have to be dedicated to the game and practise a lot. A lot of discipline is required to be in North America. The player went on to conclude. The only way players in North America can earn something is through live streaming their gameplays. Earlier when Basic was used to play for the Philippine side ONIC they were used to getting paid for playing under the team’s banner.
What happened in the match?
The M4 World Championship Knockout Stage Day 3 gave the Lower Bracket Round 1 match between The Valley and Burn x Team Flash. The Valley struggled through the Group Stage but got back into shape in the Knockout Stage.
In the first game, the mid-lane player Hoon aka Jang Seong-hun of The Valley got the match MVP title as he accumulated a total of 10-4 score. The second game gave fans a good performance from Basic aka Peter Lozano. He accumulated a total of 12 kills with no deaths, he also provided 5 assists to the team which helped them to secure game 2.
Following this victory, The Valley advanced to the Lower Round 2 of the Knockout Stage in Lower Brackets. They will now face Todak in the next round and the question that remains is how they will manage to keep their shape.