Mineski unveils their Pro Gamer League 2016 finals delegation, and this time will be joined by First Departure’s founding members, Meracle.
A minor switch in roster and role will be the centerpiece of Mineski Dota’s journey to the Pro Gamer League 2016 main event as the team will be joined by Singaporean star Galvin “Meracle” Kang Jian Wen.
Hailed as one of South East Asia’s most promising players in the Position 1 role, Meracle also is one of those who started young as he became captain of team First Departure at the age of 17. Meracle is largely known for his extreme use of illusion based carries such as Naga Siren and as well as his miraculous plays on the now lesser-known support, Wisp.
In addition to Meracle’s Mineski venture, Michael “ninjaboogie” Ross, who has joined Mineski last week as their newest member will be switching from sub to main as he partners with Julius “Julz” Deleon as the team’s tandem supports.
Also, it is worthy to note that no one is booted out of Mineski‘s roster as both Benhur “Ben” Lawis and Mark “Cast” Pilar are still in the team’s player list, albeit they won’t be making the travel to China, whereas Jessie “JessieVash” Cuyco will act as the team’s coach for the upcoming tournament.
Mineski-Dota’s current roster
- Pro Gamer League 2016 Delegation
- Gavin Kang “Meracle” Jian Wen
- Ryan Jay “Raging-_-Potato” Qui
- Jun “Bokerino” Kanehara
- Julius “Julz” Deleon
- Michael “Ninjaboogie” Ross
- Jessie “JessieVash” Cuyco – Coach
- Benched status
- Benhur “Ben” Lawis
- Mark “Cast“Pilar