Carlo “Kuku” Palad recently posted a picture of himself on social media while wearing a Blacklist International jersey. This is the latest example of how the Southeast Asia (SEA) region is at the forefront of the roster shuffle season. Following a disappointing Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) season with his previous team, Kuku’s contract with T1 recently expired, which led to his recent release from the organization. The squad was eliminated from contention in the Last Chance Qualifiers, and as a result, they were unable to qualify for The International 2022 (TI11).
Following his most recent involvement with T1, it has been speculated that Kuku may move on to Blacklist International in the near future. The company just just made an announcement that it has purchased RSG’s seat in the forthcoming regional DPC season and is in the process of creating a Dota 2 squad.
Kuku dropped hints about his potential entry into Blacklist International
Carlo “Kuku” Palad was let go from T1 earlier this month following the conclusion of his contract with the Korean club. The Filipino footballer has been the subject of speculation since since he was made available to the public, with many people holding the belief that he would soon be playing for Blacklist International. On the other hand, Kuku recently shared a photo of himself on his Facebook page wearing a Blacklist International shirt, so it’s possible that the rumors may be proven before too long.
At first, a lot of people thought that Kuku was just trolling, because his username in the post is a reference to Jonmar “OhMyV33NUS,” who is the leader of Blacklist International’s Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team. Others, on the other hand, believe that Kuku may be hinting at his newest team, seeing as how it is said that he would soon be joining the Philippine organization that has the following roster:
- Marc “Raven” Fausto
- Karl “Karl” Baldovino
- Kuku “Kuku” Palad
- Timothy “Tims” Randrup
- Nico “eyyou” Barcelon
As of right moment, it has not been decided whether or not Kuku will in fact become a member of Blacklist International. According to Blacklist International co-founder Alodia Gosiengfiao, though, the organization will be introducing its newest Dota 2 lineup tomorrow. Blacklist International is an eSports organization.
Blacklist International just just made their debut on the professional Dota 2 scene by purchasing RSG’s position in the top division of the domestic Dota Pro Circuit competition for the 2022/2023 season. In addition, the Chief Executive Officer of Blacklist International, Tryke “TryQ” Gutierrez, indicated that his goal was to one day form an all-Filipino redemption squad.
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