Manila, Philippines-Sibol has won two more silver medals in sports for the Philippines as the 31st Southeast Asian Games ended on Sunday.
In the showcase at the National Convention Center in Hanoi, both the League of Legends and the Crossfire have bowed to Vietnam.
West Point Sports, Andre “Calumnia” Soriano, Emanuel “Yjyyyyyyyy” Tapang, Edward “Cresho” Hortizuela, Rafael “RVL8” Retans, Eliza “Parzivai” Canlas and Van “Vansu” Alfonso In hand.
Dennis “ZDD” Ramos Jr., Aldrin “Aldrin” Boraban, John Kenneth “ZYK” Alde, Matthew “EL1” Arnez and Christian “Revenge” Amoria’s Pacific Makta Squad in three games against Vietnam.
Meanwhile, Sibol’s PUBG bet in the team competition fell short for a podium finish.
The Philippines thus ended its campaign with two gold and two silver medals, handing over its overall championship to the hosts who finished under the six-nation field in the final edition of the biennial conference.
Gold pair courtesy of Blacklist International (Mobile Legends: Bang Bang) and Grindsky Eris (Wild Rift, Women’s Team).
It may be recalled that Sibole head coach Ralph Labares promised better medals at this year’s SEA Games.
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