Bleed Esports, a Singaporean esports organization known for its successful Dota 2 and Valorant teams, has announced its expansion into the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang scene.
The organization made a huge splash by acquiring the former roster of Slate Esports, one of the strongest MLBB teams in Southeast Asia last season.
Slate Esports, owned by Avium Esports, recently announced a partnership switch to form RSG Slate Singapore with RSG.
This move made the roster available for Bleed Esports to sign.
The former Slate Esports roster is a powerhouse team that features several players from EVOS SG, who continued to play together after EVOS pulled out of the Singaporean MLBB scene.
The squad boasts a winning record and includes notable players such as Adam “Adammir” Chong, Akihiro “JPL” Furusawa, and Basil “Seilah” Lim, among others.
Tristan “Gear” Nathanael, Ng “FMM” De, and Nicklaus “Nick” Yun will also headline the battle-hardened squad.
Head coach Daryl “Youngin” Ng will continue to lead the team, and he will be joined by MLBB veteran Andrew “Lim” Potato.
Last season, Slate Esports finished second to RSG SG, who won their second consecutive championship.