RSG MY Signs Demonkite and Stowm for MPL MY Season 12

RSG MY Signs Demonkite and Stowm for MPL MY Season 12

RSG Malaysia (MY) officially unveiled its roster for the upcoming Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) MY Season 12 featuring two Filipino imports, Jonard “Demonkite” Caranto and Dale “Stowm” Vidor. The team had an upsetting run in the previous season, only finishing 7th-8th place. With a new season approaching, RSG MY tapped into its Philippines (PH) division and acquired one of its iconic junglers who previously took a brief hiatus. Demonkite previously participated in the ESL (Electronic Sports League) Snapdragon Pro Series Season 3 SEA (Southeast Asia) MLBB event where RSG PH finished 5th – 6th place after losing against Bigetron Alpha in the playoffs.

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Demonkite and Stowm suit up for MPL MY Season 12 under RSG MY

Through a Facebook post, RSG MY announced a surprising addition to its roster for the upcoming MPL MY Season 12.

“He once rocked the MLBB scene at MPL PH, and the time has come for him to terrorize MPL MY! Demonkite will act as a Jungler for MY RSG in the coming season!” the post captioned.

A roster reveal video was also posted on its official YouTube channel where Demonkite was also included alongside another Filipino import and former Omega Esports player Stowm. 

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Here is the full roster of RSG MY for the upcoming MPL MY Season 12;

Muhammad “RIPPO” Halim – EXP Lane

Jonard “Demonkite” Caranto – Jungle

Mohd “LinkEzaa” Hadim – Jungle

Mohammad “Izanami” Lim – Mid Lane

Ealtond “Lolealz” Rayner – Gold Lane

Dale “Stowm” Vidor – Roamer

Mohd “Zeph” Hafiz – Roamer

Idul “Skadaga” Aswar – Head Coach

Rainn – Assistant Coach

Demonkite previously skipped the MPL Philippines (PH) Season 11 shortly after failing to qualify for the M4 World Championship. With its jungler taking a break, the team signed former Nexplay EVOS veteran John Paul “H2wo” Salonga before promoting John “1rrad” Tuason from its development league roster. With Demonkite returning to the pro scene, it will be interesting to see if the iconic veteran can contribute towards RSG MY’s resurgence in the upcoming MPL MY Season 12.


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