Rob Luna Death – Bennette Felix, popularly known as Prof B, a shoutcaster and streamer, reflected on his friendship with Luna, his best friend since they first met in college in 2007 and continued through their professional Gaming career. The passing of Luna was confirmed by ULVL Productions on their Facebook page. “It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing on February 28 of our Production Manager, our brother, Rob Luna,” they said. We want to celebrate his amazing life and everything he gave to ULVL Productions’ employees, not just the esports community as a whole. Without disclosing the reason of death, they said, “More than just being the Production Manager of ULVL since 2021, he was a brother to the management and a father to the workforce.
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Rob “will always be cherished and remembered.” they continued. You were a beloved family member who will be sorely missed. His death’s cause hasn’t been made public yet. In the meantime, the Esports community lamented the loss of Luna, whom they regarded as the “best caster” in the scene. “A true icon and a visionary whose talents and contributions transcended in ML Community,” was how TNC Pro Team characterized Luna. They stated, “Rob was known for his warmth, generosity, and compassion in addition to his professional successes. In his letter, he stated, “Nilaban niya yung sakit niya at plea niya na wag ilabas sa public kasi ayaw niya nang pinag kakaguluhan siya at matapang si Rob na labanan ito.
Also expressing his condolences was Bon Chan, team coach for Southeast Asian esports group Blacklist International, which is a part of Tier One Entertainment. He said, “RIP kaibigang Rob Luna sana marinig ulit namin ang malulupit mong shoutcast. “Isa ka sa mga taong naniniwala at thrilled sa mga laro namin nung panahong wala pa kaming napapatunayan. Long-time MLBB player Billy “z4pnu” Alfonso was shocked to learn the news. “Tomataas balahibo ko nikaka kilabot. Greetings, my brother Rob Luna “He composed. Blacklist international’s Renejay Bacarse also paid honor to Luna by reposting their video in October 2022. Renmar Santa Cruz lamented Luna’s passing as well, calling him a “selfless person” who supported him while getting casts.
One of the kindest people I’ve ever had the privilege of knowing and working with. We weren’t very close, but you always gave the impression that we were. Heck, with everyone you met, you did that,” he wrote. “…you gave of yourself to make me feel comfortable even if I wasn’t quite in my comfort zone at the time. Salamat sa buhat pre,” he continued, thanking Rob, whom he refers to as “Rob Legend.” In addition to managing production, Luna is one of the most well-known and experienced casters in the Mobile Legends community. On the Tagalog broadcast of MPL Philippines Season 4, he made his casting debut. Also, he had roles in the seventh season of MPL Philippines as well as international competitions like the M2 World Championships and the ML:BB Southeast Asian Cup.
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