Talon Esports Ready to Shake Up PUBGM Competition with Indonesia’s Top Dogs

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Surprise! Talon Esports has lifted the veil on its much-anticipated PUBG Mobile roster set to compete in the forthcoming PUBG Mobile Super League 2024 Spring Season. The announcement brings with it a notable twist as Talon Esports has swooped in to secure the majority of talents from the disbanded Persija Evos team, which dissolved in December 2023.

Initially, it was anticipated that the Persijavos lineup would rejoin Evos Esports independently for the upcoming season. However, the unexpected decision by the Blue Tiger to disband its PUBG Mobile division and take a hiatus from competitive play indefinitely led to Talon Esports inheriting their slot in the competition.

Taking to their official social media platforms, Talon Esports unveiled the former Persijavos players, including Alvin Sahri “Miseryy” Ramadhan, Eksa “RedFace” Jayanto, and Apta Oscar “Linxx” Arden, alongside the seasoned coaching duo of Valerian “S1nyo” Danilo and Doni “LaFlame” Saputra.

Nevertheless, the classic Persijavos lineup’s return remains incomplete as the renowned twin duo Made “Zuxxy” Pramudita and Made “Luxxy” Prabaswara are absent from the roster. Instead, Talon Esports has enlisted the talents of Nicholas “Axel” Teja (formerly of Arf Team) and Linix (formerly of 21 NFT), both of whom, despite being considered underdogs, have displayed promising performances in recent seasons.

Furthermore, the addition of Nizar “Microboy” Lugatio to the team brings a unique dimension, as he will be actively engaged in content creation for Talon Esports’ promotional endeavors and other fan-centric entertainment activities. Backed by a devoted fanbase, these acquisitions position Talon Esports to emerge as a prominent contender in the burgeoning Indonesian esports landscape.

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