Japanese Team 10s Gaming Frost Releases Entire Mobile Legends Roster

10s Gaming Frost, one of the most revered teams in the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) esports scene, has made the difficult decision to part ways with its entire roster. The team’s distinctive playstyle and remarkable performances during the M1 and M2 World Championships endeared the squad to a dedicated fan base. As one of the pioneering Japanese squads to compete on the international MLBB stage, they faced the challenge of limited esports support in their region. While the release of the team’s members was undoubtedly disheartening for fans, there is still hope for the players as they embark on a new chapter in the MLBB esports realm, representing themselves under a fresh banner.

10s Gaming Frost released MLBB roster

Through an Instagram post, the Japanese team, 10s Gaming Frost, officially announced the release of its Mobile Legends players.

“Mobile Legends team Atwz, Salu, Shina, Koro, Dara, and Peco have left 10sGaming Frost. They have been great friends and colleagues who have experienced the world and grown together in various strategic and technical aspects,” the post captioned.

While this may be disheartening news for fans, it is not the end of the road for the players. They will continue their journey in the MLBB esports scene under a new moniker, “Jack o’ Frost.”

Renowned as 10s Gaming Plus in the past, the team gained widespread recognition for their innovative approach to the game, employing unorthodox strategies featuring heroes like Baxia and Rafalela. They were among the select few who successfully executed an early iteration of the now known UBE (Ultimate Bonding Experience) strategy, a tactic utilized by Blacklist International to great effect.

Under the name 10s Gaming Frost, the team showcased their skills on the global stage during the M2 World Championship. However, their subsequent international campaign yielded relatively lower results, culminating in a 7th-8th place finish—a step down from their previous achievement of 5th-6th place in M1. Despite this setback, the team’s presence and determination left an indelible mark on the MLBB esports community.

As the highly anticipated M5 World Championship is on the horizon, fans are eagerly awaiting the competition with its newly announced Wild Card format and the inclusion of two unannounced invited regions. The question on everyone’s mind is whether we will have the pleasure of witnessing the Japanese team once again grace the grand stage or will the upcoming international event not include the Japan region.