Brian Ducky says MLBB’s backdoor security needs to be fixed.

Brian Ducky says MLBB’s backdoor security needs to be fixed.


Week Six of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Philippines Season 10 (MPL PH Season 10) ECHO sweeps Brain Sports to snap a four-game winning streak for the M2 champions.

It was a standout performance from the Orcas side, pulling off one of the cheesiest backcourt plays of the season, tearing down the blockers to sweep the three-member series.

Crystal has a huge 7900 HP and 50% damage reduction if there are no enemy units nearby. These types of games are considered impossible to reach at the beginning, until now.

Brain eSports head coach Francis “Ducky” Glindrow said after the game. Twitter He conceded the offense, but pointed out that the game should not be over. He spoke about the game in a press conference after defeating Blacklist International on Saturday.

What happened during the ECHO and Brain Sports game?

MPL PH Season 10 ECHO with Bren Esports tailgate
Screenshot by Jules Elona/ONE Esports

It was a neck to neck second game as both teams had the same gold and scored goals. At the 24-minute mark, all members of Brain Sports took their places in the Lord’s Pit to try and find the fourth upgraded Lord of the game.

Only Marvin “Sanford” Vinuya’s Uranus and Alston “Sanji” Pabico’s Eve tried to compete. The other three members, consisting of Benedict “Bennyqt” Gonazales’ Beatrix, Tristan “Yawi” Cabrera’s Chou, and Karl “KarlTzy” Nepomuceno’s Fanny, are hiding in the woods near the Brain Esport Base.

Just as Sanford and Sanji were distracting Brain from taking the easy Lord buff, the three of them immediately went to the exposed midlane with no Lord. Carltizzi and Yawi took base aggro, while Beatrix did the most damage using Renner.

Brain eSports head coach Ducky talks about ECHO’s amazing back game

MPL PH Season 10 Brain Esports List
Credit: Bren Esports

According to Ducky, he was “a bit bitter” about what happened in their second game against ECHO.

“What happened a while ago (at Black International) was understandable because there were five members,” Blacklist said, referring to the latter’s victory. “It’s pretty fair in any MOBA game, but what happened (on ECHO) was a three-man push, I think that’s not right.”

He reiterated his acceptance of the loss, and said he would have done the same if he had known it was possible.

“I don’t think it’s unexpected.” “I personally feel the game needs to be fixed from now on,” he said.

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