ECHO, 3MarTzy part ways

Photograph courtesy of echo FREDIEMAR ‘3MarTzy’ Serafico parts ways with ECHO.

Mobile Legends Professional League Season 10 runner-up ECHO has parted ways with popular experience laner Frediemar “3MarTzy” Serafico.

A former player of Work-Auster Force and TNC Pro Team, 3MarTzy joined ECHO in MPL Season 9 together with Tristan “YAWI” Cabrera and M4 Mobile Legends World Championship Most Valuable Player Karl “KarlTzy” Nepomuceno to gain the reputation as a “super team.”

The super team hype, however, quickly went away when ECHO suffered an early exit from the Playoffs.

“Today, we say goodbye to 3MarTzy. Thank you for the achievements we’ve shared and for taking this journey with us,” ECHO announced on its official Facebook page last week.

The Season 9 heartbreak prompted ECHO to make adjustments in its play and roster, beginning with 3MarTzy’s experience lane which is now played by Sanford Marin “Sanford” Vinuya.

The roster changes included the hiring of mid laner Alston “Sanji” Placibo and two new coaches Harold Francis “Tictac” Reyes and Robert Alexis “Trebor” Sanchez.
The adjustments, to say the least, made a huge impact on ECHO.

Today, we say goodbye to 3MarTzy

Though they did not win the MPL PH Season 10 championship, the organization nevertheless made a top 2 finish last season that was enough to qualify them for the M4 Mobile Legends World Championship which is set to take place from1 to 15 January in Jakarta, Indonesia.

“We’ll miss your TPs and flashy plays — the house of highlights is very proud to have had you as one of us. GGs and we wish you all the best ahead,” ECHO stated.

ECHO’s preparation is already in full swing ahead of the grandest stage of competitive Mobile Legends where they would fight for their share of the $800,000 or roughly 458 million pesos prize pool.

Furthermore, the squad had already announced its seven-man roster for the upcoming tournament spearheaded by team captain YAWI, superstar jungler KarlTzy, Sanford, Sanji, Jankurt Russel “KurtTzy” Matira, Frederic Benedict “Bennyqt” Gonzales and Jaypee Dela Cruz.

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