With discipline and time management, playing Mobile Legends: Bang Bang or any other video games wouldn't be a hindrance to studying.
That's what Execration is proving and doing on another level as being professional esports players requires strict scheduling.
In one of his latest vlogs posted on Wednesday, March 10, veteran player Billy "Z4pnu" Alfonso asked his teammates about their studies.
Captain-support Patrick "E2MAX" Caidic recently got his college diploma after completing his Computer Engineering course in STI College Caloocan all the while playing professionally since the MPL Philippines Season 3.
"Kayang-kaya basta (may) time management lang (It's achievable if you can do time management)," said E2MAX when asked by Z4pnu if studying while playing on a pro level is doable.
Two-time MPL champion from Sunsparks/Aura PH and now Exe EXP laner Renz "Renzio" Cadua also finished his degree of Information Technology (IT) in STI Muñoz.
Kiel VJ "Kielvj" Hernandez, also a two-time champ with Sunsparks, is juggling his online class as a Grade 8 student and duties as a pro player.
The 16-year-old core player even stopped streaming to focus on his priorities.
"Minsan pagkagising ko, syempre maliligo muna ko, pinapapauna ko muna sila tapos magsasagot ako. Or minsan, sinasabay ko 'pag drafting, nagsasagot ako (Sometimes, I let my teammates take bath first then I do my school tasks or I'll do it while the drafting is ongoing)," said Kielvj.
Star tank Joshua "Ch4knu" Mangilog also bared that he's taking online class.
Rookie gold laner Mark "Kelra" Pillas said he wants to take engineering while seasoned player Jomie "Pakbet" Abalos said he wishes to pursue his college studies in De La Salle University.
"Hindi hadlang 'yung ML sa pag-aaral. Syempre kung may pangarap ka talaga at gusto mo talagang makamit 'yung pangarap na 'yun, syempre magpupursige ka (ML is not a hindrance to studies. If you have a dream and you really want to achieve it, you'll work hard for it)," Z4pnu said at the end of his vlog.