Mobile Legends coach Michael “Arcadia” Bocado will take over as coach for the Indonesian team RRQ Hoshi at the M4 World Championship in Jakarta in January.
Tuesday, RRQ Hoshi announced on their Instagram account that the former head coach of Echo PH would be their coach for their 4th world championship. In MPL Indonesia Season 10, Arcadia was the team’s analyst, finishing in second place.
Adi “Acil” Syaufian, who has been their coach for a long time, will be the team’s analyst on the world stage. Albert Iskandar, Schevenko, David Tendean, Calvin, and Rivaldi Fatah, team captain, will play for RRQ.
Arcadia New Coach of RRQ
The team’s backups are Muhammad Ikhsan and Andre Raymond Putra. When the M3 tournament was held in Singapore, RRQ was in fifth or sixth place.
Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol, who won the MVP award for both the regular season and playoffs of the MPL Indonesia, will join the Onic Esports team again.
The 17-year-old player led Onic Esports to their first championship in the world in two seasons by beating RRQ 4-1. They are going to their third straight world championship.
Kairi will be playing in his first M-series tournament with the Indonesian team. He played in the third M-series tournament in Singapore last December with the Onic Philippines team.
ECHO says goodbye to Arcadia, its long-time head coach.
Arcadia has been on the team since the beginning when it was still called Sunsparks. He led the team to victory in the MPL PH Season 5 and the title of champion. Even though the coach has been with the team for a long time, ECHO said on its official Facebook page that the head coach is leaving the group.
The esports organization wrote in the post’s caption, “Coach Arcadia became everything the team needed and more. He is a great friend, a coach, a father figure to some, and a brother to others. He was there for us in good and bad times, and his commitment to his job is admirable.”
With MPL PH Season 10 coming up, fans may see new faces join ECHO’s group of super-stars. It will be exciting to see if ECHO can keep up its good work this time for the upcoming season.
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