While some may conquer games, this young woman is achieving victories within the gaming realm. Celebrating the fourth anniversary of Call of Duty Mobile, the Philippines’ well-loved Mobile First Person Shooter (FPS), introduces an original song co-written by Myrtle Sarrosa alongside Brian Lotho and Rangel Fernandez.

This anthem has earned global recognition as it resonates across Call of Duty Mobile servers worldwide, showcasing the international impact of Filipino gamers in the gaming community. For gamers, the lobby music serves as the soundtrack that sets the mood before the game, and it’s surprising to discover that the anthem in Call of Duty was penned and performed by Filipina gamers.

The song features the talents of Myrtle Sarrosa, Sharlene San Pedro, Doc Z, and Patricia Reyes, collectively recognized as some of the most prominent gaming streamers in the Philippines within the mobile gaming genre.

The accompanying music video has garnered close to a million views and has been highlighted not only in the Philippines but also in Taiwan, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, and globally within the game. It’s a remarkable achievement that a gamer, Myrtle Sarrosa, wrote this song specifically for fellow gamers.

Diving deeper into Myrtle Sarrosa’s contributions to gaming and cosplay, besides “In The Zone,” she has also penned two other tracks for Call of Duty, namely “Ready Set” and “Better Run,” accumulating millions of views for Call of Duty Warzone 2 and Call of Duty Mobile.

With an impressive social media following—4.5 million on Facebook, 1.6 million on TikTok, and 1.2 million on Instagram—Myrtle is not just a gaming content creator and cosplayer; she’s a decorated figure in Southeast Asia. Her accolades include winning the TikTok Award for Gaming in 2022, the Philippine Esports Award for Best Cosplayer in 2023, and the Cosplayer of the Year Award at the VP Choice Awards.

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Beyond gaming, Myrtle actively contributes behind the scenes, serving as a contributor for international game developers. Earlier this year, she spoke at the Game Developers Conference 2023 in San Francisco, sharing insights from her contributions to WeMade Games and the creation of the Fan Token. She also took part in the HoyoFest Liveaction Video filmed in Indonesia for Genshin Impact, where she played the lead role of Layla in the film.

Reflecting on her gaming and cosplay journey, Myrtle’s foray began in 2009, leading her to become the host of HeroTV and ultimately winning Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition 4. Her competitive gaming history includes leading the Exodiac Guild, the top Filipino Guild in Ragnarok Mobile. She has excelled in multiple game competitions, such as PUBG Mobile Stars in 2018 and PUBG Showmatch in Thailand in 2019. In 2021, she emerged victorious in the Apex Mobile Showmatch and recently secured the title of the Philippine Representative in the Diablo IV Showmatch.

Looking ahead, Myrtle Sarrosa continues to create gaming content and stream while concurrently filming as the antagonist in the upcoming GMA Public Affairs afternoon show “Makiling” alongside Derrick Monasterio, Elle Villanueva, and Kristoffer Martin. This venture marks her second teledrama after transitioning to GMA.


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