The Southeast Asian squad has picked up a pair of new players to replace the departing duo of Skadilicious and Yowe
After parting ways with Carry Christian-John “Skadilicious” Abasolo and Midlaner Yuri Dave “Yowe” Pacaña at the end of October, Lowkey Esports found itself in need of a pair of new players to round out its roster. The organization has apparently found those replacement players, as the team announced the addition of Carry John Linuel “Teehee” Abanto and Midlaner Julius “JG” Galeon.
Teehee comes to the team having most recently played for Exclamation Mark, having closed out the 2018-2019 season with the team before leaving for free agency at the end of August. The Carry brings a fair bit of experience to the Lowkey Esports, with Teehee having played professionally since 2015 as a member of squads like TNC Pro Team (now TNC Predator), Rave, and Geek Fam.
Meanwhile, JG comes to Lowkey Esports with significantly less experience at the professional level, having only begun his career in March of 2017. While his performances to this point have shown flashes of skill and potential, JG has not had too many opportunities to display that potential with a more prominent organization until now. Lowkey Esports as a team has not gotten itself off the best of starts within the Southeast Asian region, the infusion of new talent may hopefully be enough to spark some stronger showings from the squad moving forward.
The roster of Lowkey Esports following the additino of Teehe and JG:
John Linuel “Teehee” Abanto (Carry)
Julius “JG” Galeon (Mid)
Samson Solomon Enojosa “Sam_H” Hidalgo (Offlane)
Kryte “LuziFy” Gabriel (Support)
Kenneth “Flysolo” Coloma (Support, Captain)
Claurice “Klo” Sta Ana (Manager, Coach)