MSC 2023 Champions – ONIC Esports incredible run

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Onic Esports of Indonesia becomes the MSC 2023 Champions on Sunday in Cambodia thanks to a 4-2 victory over Blacklist International led by a Filipino jungler Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol and coach Denver “Yeb” Miranda.

The Hedgehogs’ victory prevented the Codebreakers, who had won the MPL Philippines, the SEA Games, and the global championships, from capturing an MSC crown.

As they kept Blacklist to only one objective (one turret) in Game 1, it was a new breed of Onic, with Kairi’s iconic Ling dealing the damage with a faultless 2/0/10 KDA. Later in Game 2, they eliminated three Codebreakers to take a decisive 2-0 series lead.

In Game 3, Blacklist’s mid laner Kenneth “Yue” Tadeo (Yve) came through with a triple kill during a lord fight just before the 20-minute mark to finish with a fantastic 6/2/10 KDA line as they won and escaped a potential sweep.

Kairi’s unreal performance

The biggest milestone in Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol’s career has likely been reached: he now holds an individual international title.

He was referred to as “The Future” for his abilities when he was traded from Blacklist International to Onic Philippines in a high-profile deal that also involved the transfers of Johnmar “OhMyV33nus” Villaluna and Danerie James “Wise” Del Rosario.

In his first season with Onic, Kairi switched from the midlane to the jungle role, and the rest is history.

He has been dubbed “The Future” and “The Present” by numerous awestruck players who were aware of his ability to soar to the heavens with Ling or Fanny or weave in and out of team fights with Lancelot.

His mechanical skill helped Onic Philippines qualify for M3 in Singapore, along with the rest of the team and Coach Denver “Yeb” Miranda. Then, after coming in second, everything began to crumble. He then had to take action.

As soon as he joined Onic Esports, he became the organization’s first import from the Philippines. He won two championships there and was named MVP of the season and finals in his debut year.

But when M4 arrived, he was unable to win the championship they had hoped to win and was left without an international trophy.

Now that Onic Esports has ended the four-year MPL Philippines dynasty in international competitions by defeating both the world champions ECHO and Blacklist International, he is one of the Kings of Southeast Asia, and the sky is the limit for him.

The banning phase of Game 2 also saw Onic give Johnmar “OhMyV33Nus” Villaluna’s heroes, Diggie and Estes, priority while Blacklist blacklisted Ling.

“Sobrang sarap po sa pakiramdam. Naranasan ko pong lumabas sa comfort zone ko na mag-laro sa ‘Pinas. Ang dami pong challenge tapos sobrang nakakapagod, nakakastress pero worth it naman po,” he told reporters following the win. 

With his transfer to Onic, his teammates have hurled comments on how Kairi was hard-carrying them — something that the 17-year-old disagreed with himself. 

And that seemed to be the testament as Nicky “Kiboy” Fernando secured the MVP nod. 

“Lahat po kami nagtutulungan e, kung may isa pong naga-underperform, kunwari ako po nag-underperform po ako sa isang game, bubuhatin po ako ng kakampi ko. Mag-aangatan po kami kasi 5v5 po yung ML e , saka para sa akin po wala po yung mga nagbubuhat nagbubuhat. Siguro may game lang talaga na ganun pero overall, wala po e. Kumbaga sobrang halaga po ng lahat ng players,” he said.


ONIC Esports and Blacklist International both demonstrated passion, commitment, and talent at the MSC 2023 grand finals, which will be remembered as a testament to those qualities. Fans are anxiously anticipating the following epic confrontation in the constantly changing world of esports as this thrilling chapter comes to a close.

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