After the National Training Pool Combine last August 29-31, the final roster for Sibol is finally complete! Sibol’s lineup consists of 27 athletes divided into the six esports titles of this year’s SEA Games. For the team-based games, there are seven players; as for the solo titles, there are two players each.

Here is the full 27-athlete lineup of Sibol:

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang

  • Kenneth Jiane ‘Kenji‘ Villa
  • Karl Gabriel ‘KarlTzy‘ Nepomuceno
  • Carlito ‘Ribo‘ Ribo
  • Jeniel ‘Haze‘ Bata-anon
  • Angelo Kyle ‘Pheww‘ Arcangel
  • Allan Sancio ‘Lusty‘ Castromayor
  • Jason Rafael ‘Jay‘ Torculas

Dota 2

  • Mc Nicholson ‘Mc‘ Villanueva
  • John Anthony ‘Natsumi‘ Vargas
  • Jun ‘Bok‘ Kanehara
  • Marvin Salvador ‘Boomy‘ Rushton
  • Bryle Jacob ‘CML‘ Alvizo
  • Van Jerico ‘Van‘ Manalaysay
  • James Erice ‘Erice‘ Guerra

Arena of Valor

  • Kevin Kio ‘Gambit‘ Dizon
  • Jeremiah ‘1717‘ Camarillo
  • Jevan Lorenzo ‘Bents‘ Delos Santos
  • Lawrence Anthony ‘Rubixx‘ Gatmaitan
  • Miguel Klarenz ‘Miggie‘ Banaag
  • Bradie Ryan ‘Yats‘ Velasquez
  • Kyle Jepherson ‘Vindiicated‘ Padlan

StarCraft II

  • Justin ‘NuksPH‘ Santos
  • Caviar ‘Enderr‘ Acampado

Hearthstone

  • Dustin ‘WaningMoon‘ Mangulabnan
  • Jacinta ‘Jia‘ Dee

Tekken 7

  • Andreij Hosea ‘Doujin‘ Albar
  • Alexandre Gabrielle ‘AK‘ Laverez

In case you’re unfamiliar, Sibol is the Philippine National Esports Team for the upcoming 30th Southeast Asian Games. This year’s SEA Games is a momentous event as it’s the first international event where esports is a medal sport.

Supporting Sibol on its quest for glory at the SEA Games is the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Esports Union (PSEU), as well as partners such as Smart, Razer, TV5, and Cignal.

For more information about Sibol, visit the official Sibol Esports website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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