servebolt
Mobile & Social

The Union of Mobile and Mobile Legends disparage each other as ‘trash’ because of Youtuber’s mistake

Arena of valor and Mobile Legends are both “national” MOBA games in many Southeast Asian countries. Both games are worthy of a monument to millions of players around the world with their massive eSports tournament system. Whatever Arena of valor and Mobile Legends both have relatively different “battle mechanisms” but they are constantly being attacked by each other’s fans. Recently, an incident originating from the Youtube Mobile Legends Channel from the Philippines called JC Gaming has ignited many conflicting arguments.

JC Gaming – Youtube Mobile Legends channel is operated by gamers from Philippines.

JC Gaming is a well-known youtuber in the Philippines. This channel mainly makes content related to Mobile Legends with very hot new information such as: General updates, new skins as well as Events that are soon leaked. If you are a Mobile Legends fan, it is essential to obtain information provided by Filipino Youtubers such as JC Gaming. However, the major mistake of this channel owner is that it has not been carefully appraised, resulting in incorrectly posted content.

The Union of Mobile and Mobile Legends disparage each other as trash because of Youtuber s mistake | Mobile & Social

JC Gaming often reports on content in the new version of Mobile Legends.

Maybe JC Gaming’s channel doesn’t play Arena of valor (Arena of Valor) should have recently grabbed the Icon of Arum the Lucky Rabbit skin and Zata’s skin Arena of valor to call the new Layla and Vale (2 Mobile Legends generals). Immediately, a lot of “debunking” comments were posted and the new JC Gaming channel was “startled” and immediately posted an apology saying: “I don’t know it (image 2 Icon) from AoV “.

Not only that, the channel owner blamed it because he received information from another Instagram Mobile Legends site. Because I was too “trusting people”, the content of information provided by the channel made a big mistake.

The Union of Mobile and Mobile Legends disparage each other as trash because of Youtuber s mistake | Mobile & Social

General Layla of Mobile Legends

The Union of Mobile and Mobile Legends disparage each other as trash because of Youtuber s mistake | Mobile & Social

Layla’s Icon image after remake as shared by JC Gaming is the Arum Icon skin of Mobile Union.

The Union of Mobile and Mobile Legends disparage each other as trash because of Youtuber s mistake | Mobile & Social

General Vale of Mobile Legends

The Union of Mobile and Mobile Legends disparage each other as trash because of Youtuber s mistake | Mobile & Social

Vale’s Icon image after remake as shared by JC Gaming is the General Zata Icon of Mobile Union.

The Union of Mobile and Mobile Legends disparage each other as trash because of Youtuber s mistake | Mobile & Social

JC Gaming shortly after admitted the error

The Union of Mobile and Mobile Legends disparage each other as trash because of Youtuber s mistake | Mobile & Social

The avatar image of the video coming from JC Gaming has a series of major flaws.

Indeed, the mistake of JC Gaming can also be sympathetic because both Lucky Rabbit Arum Icon and General Zata are extremely new to gamers in both popular MOBA games. In particular, Arum Rabbit is a new skin has just been released … 2 days through the Mission Book feature, while General Zata is even new in the experimental form and has not revealed the official release date. Therefore, if one is only attached to Mobile Legends and at the same time does not care about Mobile Alliance, then this information is even less known.

However, the unconfirmed coverage of JC Gaming put the channel owner in trouble. Currently, a lot of Mobile Legends fans announce unfollowing the channel, while the Mobile Alliance believers have the opportunity to gloat.

The Union of Mobile and Mobile Legends disparage each other as trash because of Youtuber s mistake | Mobile & Social

Mobile Legends gamer is bored with JC Gaming channel owner.

[ Æsir Tales ]
Back to top button