Rob Luna was widely recognised as the best shout caster in the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang community in the Philippines. As he passed away, he had just been 37 years old. Rob Luna was a beloved character in the esports world and an active participant in the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) community. Since the year 2021, he has served ULVL in the capacity of Production Manager.
Rob Luna was an enthusiastic and well-liked Major League Baseball community member. He was well-known for his insightful and entertaining observations as well as his profound knowledge of the game.
Rob Luna Career
Rob was well-known for his upbeat demeanour and enthusiastic spirit, which were contagious. He had an innate ability for casting, and he was quite involved in the Major League Baseball scene. He was a skilled commentator who had the ability to make even the most routine matches entertaining to listen to.
At the commencement of the fourth season of the MPL in the Philippines in 2019, the career of the MPL shout casters began with a broadcast in the Filipino language. In addition to that, he has worked as a shoutcaster for events such as The Nationals and a number of international competitions, including the Mobile Legends M2 World Championship, the ONE Esports MPL Invitational, and the Mobile Legends Southeast Asia Cup. The Accident That Killed Rob Luna
It was just reported by the ULVL corporation that the cherished pundit of the Mobile legendary community passed away on Tuesday, February 28. They added in the statement that they wish to commemorate Rob Luna’s life and his significant contributions to the esports sector.
The information that he was suffering an ailment that was not revealed was provided by one of the shout casters and by his buddy Bennette. He talked about how courageously he fought his sickness and how he didn’t let it stop him from pursuing his goals in life.
Honors and tributes bestowed upon Rob Luna
Bennette “prof B” Felix was among the many esports players who paid homage to Luna on their social media platforms. Felix released an emotional statement on Facebook, honouring the experiences he and his buddy had had together. He explained that Rob Luna’s long-term goal was to expand his presence on YouTube as well as other platforms.
Several shout casters at MPL, such as Caisam “wolf” Nopueto and JC “Naisou” Razabek, expressed their deepest sympathies to him and his family members. Other shout casters at MPL included.
Jason left an indelible mark on many people’s lives, and he will be remembered for his undying enthusiasm for esports and Mobile legends. Everyone who knew and loved him and those in the esports community will miss him.