CODM: Blacklist places 3rd in Garena qualifier

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Following Garena qualifier, Blacklist’s F1ex suggests to exit CODM scene “for now”

MANILA — Blacklist Intercontinental Best placed third in the Garena qualifier of the Simply call of Responsibility Cellular (CODM) Planet Championships 2021 held from October 7 to 17, competing with 11 other groups from Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. 

Blacklist (formerly from Supreme E-Professional), who competent immediately after its players grew to become finalists of the local championship, completed bronze right after sweeping Thailand squad WDC.Freeslot in a vengeful 3- acquire. WDC.Freeslot swept them to commence the qualifiers past Oct 7.

Prior to that, Blacklist fell out of finals competition right after shedding to Indonesian squad DG Esports in a thrilling 2-3 matchup in the semifinals. 

Blacklist, alongside with fellow Filipino squad Omega Esports, certified following faring out as finalists in the local championship. As Ultimate E-Professional, they defeated Omega Esports by means of a 3-1 upset in the Grand Finals. 

Omega, whose staff consisted of 2020 Garena champions NRX Jeremiah 29:11, sank in their quarterfinal matchup versus DG Esports (3-1).

Singaporean squad Almighty emerged as champions following defeating DG Esports, 3-1, securing the slot for the Entire world Championship appropriate to be held later this yr. 

After the collection, Blacklist participant Neil Isaac “F1ex” Perez on Monday declared he will be exiting the area CODM scene for now to prioritize other issues in his particular existence. 

“We all come to a time where we need to have to choose what we want to prioritize, and sadly, competing is not a priority for me as of this second,” he said in a Facebook write-up Monday. 

Symbolizing the nation in worldwide stages is a honor, he extra. 

“The thrill and the agony of likely against this kind of a hugely aggressive pool of gamers, in particular in the Philippine CODM pro scene, has me ecstatic as I cherish all those moments. It has been an honor to symbolize the Philippines on the international stage and I will be for good grateful for the option of a life span,” he claimed, thanking his teammates, coaches, and supporters. 


John Benedict “JaBen” Julio
Railey “Yobabs” Abrenica
Gian “Yato” Socao
Martin “Tin” Yap
Neil Isaac “F1ex” Perez
Aj “Eiji” Agbing
Kenn “Kensh1” Ortiz
Averson “skerd” Salaya

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