Who would have thought that there would be surprises for OhMyV33NUS cs when they competed in Indonesia?

OhMyV33NUS and Blacklist International are one step away from becoming the first MLBB team to win back-to-back M Series champions.

They have won a place in the grand final of the M4 World Championship as a prize for their victory against ECHO in the fierce duel last night.

If Blacklist managed to become the champion, OhMyV33NUS’ achievement would be even more complete. This success will also be one of the best achievements in his career.

Starting from the domestic throne to international trophies he has won with the Blacklist, namely the MPL, SEA GAMES, and of course the M3 World Championship titles.

His arrival to Jakarta this time was nothing but to become the best team, but who would have thought there would be a surprise when he competed in Indonesia.

OhMyV33NUS is surprised to have many supporters in Indonesia

OhMyV33NUS is surprised to have many supporters in Indonesia.
Credit: Instagram/BlacklistInt

It’s quite surprising to see how massive the support for Blacklist is from fans in Indonesia.

Given the fierce competition between Indonesia and the Philippines about which region has the best MLBB quality, the support for OhMyV33NUS cs is clearly very unique.

That was also felt by the captain, he admitted that he was quite surprised to see a lot of support coming to his team, moreover this support came from the host.

“To be honest, I was very surprised (there are many Blacklist fans from Indonesia), but I am very, very happy that we were welcomed here. Thank you very much!” he told ONE Esports.

There is only one place left in the grand final match, and three teams must fight for the place. Who will fight with Blacklist in the top party later?

You can watch the whole series of M4 World Championship tournaments via the channel MLBB’s official YouTube.

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