Midlaner Team Adroit Calls BOOM Esports As The Big Three SEA Teams

In an interview with VP Esports, Mac who is the midlaner for Team Adroit stated that Fnatic, TNC, Boom or Geek Fam are the 3 best teams in Southeast Asia. He also talked about what makes Team Adroit strong and what the Southeast Asia region needs to do to become as strong as Europe or China.

Team Adroit has been performing quite well in the Southeast Asia region in recent weeks. They won WeSave! The Charity Play tournament in the Southeast Asia region and finished 2nd at ESL One: Los Angeles Online – SEA. They still performed quite well in recent tournaments such as the Hephaestus Cup and Asia Spring Invitational.

So it’s kind of surprising to see Mc Nicholson’s comment. ” Mac Villanueva’s T the top three teams in Southeast Asia.

Mac Team Adroit
Source: AFK Gaming

“As of now, Fnatic, TNC, Boom or Geek Fam are probably the top three teams in Southeast Asia.” explained Mac to VP Esports.

Mac also talks about what makes Team Adroit today strong. He said “The main factor that has provided a solid foundation for our team is that we stick together regardless of the result. The team learns from every mistake, loss or victory. We’ve been teammates for over a year now, and we treat each other like family. “

He also commented on the regional strength of Southeast Asia. However, he still states that Southeast Asian pubs are still pretty toxic.

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Mac Team Adroit
Source: ESL

“I believe scene SEA pros have grown to be much more competitive in recent years. At the moment, there are many good teams. For the pub, not much has changed. You still find that player toxic and is considered a ‘cancer’, players who won’t adjust if they don’t get the role they want. ” he explained.

Mac also talked about what the Southeast Asian region needed to do to become as strong as Europe or China. He explained “Apart from creating or producing a unique style of play and strategy, I think SEA needs to be more consistent and disciplined, and I think we’re going in that direction.”