After his side, Falcon Esports, dominated the Myanmar qualifiers this past weekend, Steven “Dale” Vitug, a former coach for Smart Omega and Echo Philippines, will be traveling with the Philippine contingent to the M4 World Championships to compete.

Due to political upheaval in Myanmar, Burmese Ghouls were unable to compete in the M3 tournament in Singapore. As a result, Falcon will be the first team from Myanmar to go to M4 since they were finalists in M2.

After former Nexplay EVOS coach John Michael “Zico” Dizon, whose Burn x Flash team dominated the MPL Cambodia to earn a spot in the world finals, Dale will become the second Pinoy import coach to work in the M4 league.

Before moving on to Echo Philippines, Coach Dale got his start in the coaching industry working for Omega Esports. It was in October of 2021 when he purportedly retired and left Echo Philippines.

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When Falcon gave eventual winners RSG Philippines a fright at the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup, the team was considered one of the dark horses entering the competition.

Other Filipino Athletes That Have A Chance To Win World Titles

Some abroad teams featuring Filipino players are in the hunt for a spot in the global championships. This is in addition to players like Zico and Dale, as well as the two guaranteed spots in the world championships for MPL Philippines clubs.

Ex-Onic Philippines player Peter Bryce “Basic” Lozano is one step closer to securing a spot in the M4 world championship in North America, as the player’s team, The Valley, has advanced to the grand finals of the region’s qualifier, which will take place on October 30 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event is scheduled to take place.

BloodThirstyKings are best known for knocking eventual world champions Blacklist International down into the lower bracket of the international stage. He will be joining the former core lineup of M3 representatives BloodThirstyKings.

In the meantime, in Indonesia, two Filipino players, two Filipino coaches, and one Filipino analyst are still in the running for a spot at the global championship.

Wunderkind Mark “Markyyyy” Capacio and head coach Vren “Vrendini” Lin are members of MPL Indonesia playoff-bound Bigetron Alpha, while Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsola and coach Paul Denver “Yeb” Miranda are members of MPL Indonesia league frontrunners Onic Esports. Onic Esports are competing in the Onic Esports MPL Indonesia league.

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