Tyrant Lxix came out victorious in Liga Adarna’s Season 4 Race to the Top after defeating Nifty Ultra Esports in the championship of COD: Mobile

All-female esports team Tyrant Lxix crowned as Call of Duty: Mobile champions after beating out their competitions in Liga Adarna’s Season 4 Race to the Top, which was powered by Smart Communications Inc.

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Surviving the exhausting four-hour finals day last December 19 of last year, Tyrant Lxix’ Raenan Isabel Villa (Tyrant Yakee),Daena Constantino (Tyrant Consta), Venice Mea (Tyrant Venice), Banna Marie Berio (Tyrant SENPAX), Dannah Angeline Castañeda (Tyrant Aphaea), Rhaine Nicole Angeles (Tyrant Mai), and Phoebe Jane De Leon (Tyrant Pibs), the team eventually defeated the first-runner up Nifty Ultra Esports in the final match.

With this victory, Tyrant Lxix joins the other champions of Liga Adarna Race to the Top winners namely Aguila Esports FE for Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Nigma Galaxy for Valorant, and Team OK for League of Legends: Wild Rift.

As the Season 4 of Liga Adarna hosted various players across all different tournaments, it became notable that it also brought a number of challenges that resulted in making crucial adjustments at the time of the competition.

“The highlight of the season for us was the whole playoffs,” said Raenan Isabel Villa, Team Captain of Tyrant Lxix. “Because of the unexpected effects of Typhoon Odette, we had two players in our lineup that couldn’t make the playoffs. That was a huge factor because we had to make big adjustments overnight—we got to a point where we said it would be okay if we lost due to the circumstances. But thanks to the faith of our supporters, we managed to make it through and successfully defend our championship even without our main lineup.”

But thanks to the valuable efforts of Smart in making sure everything runs smoothly with their award-winning and consistent mobile network, the league successfully concluded as the talent of the best Filipina esports shone brilliantly.

“We are thankful to Liga Adarna and Smart for giving female gamers a venue to showcase our skills and talent in esports. Through this, we hope that we inspire more women to pursue their passion in gaming and prove that we have what it takes to excel in this field,” said Mery Christine Vivero of the Season 4 Mobile Legends champions LVD Huntress (now known as Smart Omega Empress).

“Liga Adarna and Smart are paving the way for Filipino esports athletes. With more support, local esports teams will be more empowered to dominate the global stage!” said Jolene Poh of the League of Legends: Wild Rift champions Team OK.

“We’re truly happy to see big esports patrons like Smart supporting athletes, especially women. We think it’s important for players and aspiring esports athletes to have events such as Liga Adarna to have a goal to work towards and to see the fruition of their hours of practice,” added Jehiel Claveria Ardiente, team coach of the Valorant champions Nigma Galaxy.

Liga Adarna is the biggest and currently the only all-female esports league here in the Philippines. Smart’s support to the latest season of Liga Adarna is in line to the company’s long standing commitment towards the fast-growing esports scenes in the country as well as towards the growing passion, skills, and talent of all Filipino gamers.