HOMEBOIS coach, Dale Vitug, officially loaned to US team for Southeast Asian Cup Championship (MSC) 2023.
In an exciting development, Homebois founder Nureddy Nursal (Daddyhood) confirmed the news that Dale Vitug, the team’s coach, has been loaned to Team Outplay for the upcoming MSC in Cambodia.
Team Outplay sought Dale’s expertise to enhance communication within the team, especially with one of their players from the Philippines, according to Daddyhood.
According to Daddyhood: “Team Outplay has sought Dale’s expertise to aid them in the upcoming MSC in Cambodia, with one of the team’s players hailing from the Philippines.
“There is no doubt that his presence will enhance better communication within the team.”
Furthermore, Daddyhood emphasized that Dale’s contribution will play a significant role in Homebois’ preparation for the forthcoming MPL Malaysia Season 12 and M5 tournaments.
Dale made his mark as a coach for Homebois during the 11th Season of the Malaysia Mobile Legends League in 2023, where his guidance propelled the team to a commendable third-place finish.
Prior to joining Homebois, the Filipino coach had served with distinction for notable teams such as Falcon Esports (2022) in Myanmar, as well as Echo Esports (2021) and Omega Esports (2022) in the Philippines.
The MSC, set to commence from June 10th to 18th, will take place in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, drawing participation from 12 teams, including Malaysia’s representative, Todak. This highly anticipated tournament promises thrilling esports action on a regional scale.