The Southeast Asian organization is making some major changes to its roster early in the Pro Circuit season
Team Admiral made some waves in the Southeast Asian region last month, when the organization announced that it was reforming its roster to compete in the new Pro Circuit season. The team and its new lineup represented itself fairly well to begin its Pro Circuit campaign, fighting its way through the Open Qualifiers for The Kuala Lumpur Major and finishing 4th overall in the subsequent Southeast Asia Qualifier for the event. Just a week later, the team put together another impressive showing by finishing 2nd in the DreamLeague Season 10 Southeast Asia Qualifier. Outside of the Pro Circuit, the team was off to an admirable start as well, winning the Philippines Qualifiers for the PVP Esports Championship and finishing in the 3rd-4th place position at the main event.
Despite those solid results early in the season, Team Admiral saw room for improvement, and the organization has taken steps that it believes will help the team grow moving forward. The team has made a dramatic change to its roster, bringing in 3 new players in the form of Midlaner James Palatolon “CartMaN” John, Support Ryo “ryOyr” Hasegawa, and Carry “Bensoy” (real name unknown). With these new additions, the team also announced that it is parting ways with Prince Vince “MightySavior” Enriquez, Avelino “Ab1ng” Parungao, and Keith “keithmendoza” Mendoza. The team’s new lineup will get a chance to prove its strength almost immediately following this roster shake up, as Team Admiral is participating in the King’s Cup 2: Southeast Asia being organized by Beyond the Summit.
The new roster of Team Admiral:
James Palatolon “CartMaN” John (Mid)
Jun “Bokerino” Kanehara (Offlane)
Marvin “Boombacs” Rushton (Support)
Ryo “ryOyr” Hasegawa (Support)