TOB Mielow Claims He’s Better Than Every Single Indonesian EXP Laner
TheOhioBrothers’ (TOB) EXP Laner, Chris “Mielow” Enobio, shared some bold statements on how he would perform against Indonesian (ID) EXP Laners in the upcoming . According to him, he is superior in skills compared to Indonesian players of the same role as him. Mielow admitted that he is slightly behind in skill when compared to Filipino EXP Laners, however, he is confident that he can win against ID opponents in the upcoming M5 World Championship.
Aside from his bold statement on Indonesian players, TOB’s EXP laner also shared why he did not play during the M4 World Championship despite being part of The Valley’s lineup back then.
Mielow thinks he can outperform Indonesian EXP laners
Through a video posted on the official YouTube channel of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang North America (NA), the members of TOB were interviewed where they shared their thoughts on the upcoming international tournament.
In the Interview, TOB’s EXP Laner Mielow shared how he would perform against other players of a similar role. According to him, he is above other Indonesian EXP laners in the upcoming M5 World Championship.
“I’m probably better than every single EXP Laner in Indonesia, at least,” he boldly stated.
He does admit that he is slightly lower in terms of skill when compared to Filipino players like ECHO’s Sanford “Sanford” Vinuya.
“I mean, when I look at Sanford, I see plays that I probably wouldn’t do. I think I’m a little worse than those Filipino EXP Laners but Indonesian EXP Laners, I can outperform” Mielow said.
Mielow talks about not play during M4 World Championship
In the video, Mielow also shared why he did not play in the M4 World Championship despite being a part of The Valley’s lineup.
“I was a sub because I was never really on the team… I went to NACT to just have fun,” he explained. “They never intended for me to play or anything.
of the M5 World Championship, is set to debut on the international stage on 4th December against Geek Fam at 6:00 PM (PHT). It will be interesting to see how the NA team would perform against one of the rising Indonesian teams of last season.