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R7's break makes way for a new face within RRQ Hoshi

Mobile Legends Jarrad “Belandrial” Adams

After the news of R7 taking a break from competitive MLBB, RRQ Hoshi have now announced their line-up for MPL Season 11.

headline photo courtesy of Team RRQ

A few days ago, the announcement was released from the RRQ Hoshi camp that their captain and long-standing EXP Lane player, Rivaldi “R7” Fatah would be taking a much deserved break from the competitive Mobile Legends: Bang Bang scene. This would make room for the recently joined, Andre Raymond “Banana” Putra to move into the EXP Lane role for Season 11 as the team looked to build from their amazing third-place finish at the M4 World Championships. With that in mind, the RRQ camp today announced their full lineup for the Mobile Legends Professional League Season 11 in Indonesia, with the addition of a new face – which we have not seen in the MPL since the middle of 2022.

After going inactive from Bigetron Alpha in July of 2022 following their early exit from MPL ID Season 9, Devon “Renbo” Markos has finally made his triumphant return to the scene – this time alongside RRQ Hoshi, as he looks to climb the ranks of Indonesia’s professional scene. While Renbo was previously a middle lane player during his time with The Robots, it seems that now he will be joining RRQ as a Flex player, mimicking the role of Muhammad “Lemon” Ikhsan within the team.

RRQ Hoshi roster for MPL ID Season:

Andre Raymond “Banana” Putra
Albert Neilsen “ALBERTTT” Iskandar
Deden “Clayyy” Mohamed
Schevenko David “Skylar” Tendean
Muhammad “Lemon” Ikhsan
Deven “RENBO” Markos

Having placed second at MPL ID Season 10, RRQ will be looking to reclaim their throne atop the region in Season 11 – but will have a long way to go. The team’s small roster change could go a long way in taking control of the region but we will have to wait and see what happens when MPL ID Season 11 kicks off in February.


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Jarrad “Belandrial” Adams
Belandrial has spent most of his years following Dota 2 closely, but now has found a new home in the complex world of Mobile Esports. When not watching nearly every possible esports title available, you can find me running around Azeroth or building strange bases in Valheim.


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