Is Bren’s Lusty considering retirement? Here’s what the veteran tank said after M2 victory

Published January 26, 2021, 3:32 PM

by Jeremiah Sevilla

Photo from Lusty’s Facebook page

Is Allan “Lusty” Castromayor calling it a day after winning the M2 Mobile Legends World Championship with Bren Esports? 

The seasoned tank player gave a subtle hint at retirement when he answered a question from one of the M2 hosts during the post-grand finals interview. 

Lysander “Lysander Xonora” Lim asked the newly-crowned world champions on how they would spend the portion that they would get from the $140,000 (over P6.7 million) champion’s prize. 

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The 25-year-old Lusty took the chance to reply, saying that he would allot the money for his family and invest on a business should he hang his jersey soon.

“‘Yung makukuha kong pera, ibibigay ko sa family ko lalo na sa nanay ko at sa wife ko kasi para sa baby ko,” he said. 

“Magne-negosyo (rin ako) para if ever mag-quit ako after ng M2, may napundar na ‘ko,” he added. 

Should the pride of South Cotabato really quit, winning the M2 is definitely a fitting conclusion to his playing career. 

Lusty has won multiple local and international tournaments with Bren, including the MPL-Philippines Season 6 and The Nationals Season 2. 

He was also part of Team Sibol that snared the gold medal against Indonesia in the 2019 SEA Games. 

With all those championships that went with hefty prize winnings, the future is already secured for Lusty.