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MOBILE LEGENDS: BANG BANG HISTORY AND FACTS
MOBILE LEGENDS: BANG BANG HISTORY AND FACTS IN THE PHILIPPINES
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MPL Philippines History
Season 1 2018 – was held from May 12, 2018 to July 7, 2018 in SM MOA. 10 teams were all invited according to 3 qualifiers.
Prize Pool: $50,000
Winner: Aether Main
● Yuji (Finals MVP)
Season 2 2018 – was held from October 27, 2018 until January 13, 2019.
Prize Pool: $100,000 + Crowdfunded MPL Carnival Bonus
Winner: Cignal Ultra
Season 3 2019 – was held from March 23, 2019 and ended on May 26, 2019. The tournament had a prize pool of US$ 100,000 and the Playoffs were held at Le Pavillion.
Season 4 2019 – was held on August 10, 2019 and ended on October 6, 2019. The prize pool was significantly reduced at US$ 54,000 and the Playoffs were held at the SMX Convention Centre.
● Eskii Flex
Season 5 2020 – was held on February 28, 2020 and ended on May 31, although the league had to be temporarily stopped due to the pandemic. It featured a prize pool of US$ 100,000 and 10 teams participated in the league. The finals were set on the team’s respective bootcamps due to the lockdown in the Philippines.
● Kielvj (Finals MVP)
Season 6 2020 – was held from August 21, 2020 and ended on October 25. Featuring US$ 120,000, the venue was once again the team’s respective bootcamps due to the pandemic.
Winner: Bren Esports
● KarlTzy (Finals MVP)
Season 7 2021 – began on March 19, 2021 and ended on May 30, 2021. It was the third online tournament in MLP Philippines due to the pandemic.
Prize Pool: $120,000
Winner: Blacklist International
● Edward (Finals MVP)
● DEX STAR
Season 8 2021 – was held on August 27, 2021 and it was the fourth online tournament in MPL Philippines primarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prize Pool: $150,000
Winner: Blacklist International
● Edward (EXP)
● Kairi (Jungle)
● Hadji (Mid) (Finals MVP)
● Oheb (Gold)
● OhMyV33nus (Roam)
Season 9 2022- it began on February 18, 2022 and was held last May 1, 2022. Due to the pandemic crisis, the season was held on the MPL arena with strictly no live audience and only players, casters, and staff for safety purposes, but the games are still live streamed on the social platforms.
Prize pool: US$ 150,000
Winner: RSG Philippines
● Nathzz (EXP) (Final MVP)
● Demonkite (Jungle)
● Aqua (Mid)
● Kelra (Gold)
● Light (Roam)
MLBB: Southeast Asia Cup (MSC)
On September 1, 2017, the first season of the “ML (Mobile Legends) Southeast Asia Cup” (MSC) began in Jakarta, Indonesia. Eight teams from five nations—the Philippines, Malaysia, Cambodia, Singapore, and Indonesia—will compete over the course of three days for a $100,000 prize fund. IDONOTSLEEP (IDNS), an e-sports team based in Thailand were crowned as the champions.
IDNS 2017 Roster
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The second MSC began on July 27 and ran until July 29 in Jakarta, Indonesia, with a prize fund of $100,000. While there was no qualification process for MSC 2018, teams from nations with established Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional Leagues began to be invited (MPL). 10 teams were invited, representing the following 7 nations: Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, and Philippines. Competing team IDNS claimed technical problems with the game casting talents without user involvement during the competition. Moonton announced a rematch but then took it down, therefore there was no rematch. Despite the technical issues, the Philippines-based team Aether Main won the tournament.
Aether Main 2018 Roster 666
From June 19 to 23, 2019, the Smart Araneta Coliseum in the Philippines hosted the third MSC. There were a total of 12 teams from Southeast Asia’s nine nations. With a total prize fund of US$120,000, the nine participating nations were Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Myanmar, and Vietnam. After defeating rival team Sunsparks, also from the Philippines, in the Grand Finals, Bren Esports was named the winner. This was the Philippines’ second MSC Champions victory.
Bren Esports 2019 Roster
The 2021 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup was virtually played from June 7-9, 2021 for the Group Stages, and from June 11–13, 2021 for the Playoffs. At the Grand Finals, two teams from the Philippines, Blacklist International and Execration, reigned supreme and competed for the title in the first best of 7 series in Mobile Legends history. Execration won the championship and $150,000 in addition to giving the Philippines its third MSC Champions title.
Execration 2021 Roster
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia hosted the 2022 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup from June 11 to June 19. The competition had twelve teams from nine nations, with a $30,000 top prize. RSG Philippines and RRQ Hoshi competed in the Grand Finals for the championship. The Philippines now hold the record for the most MSC titles of any MLBB-affiliated nation as RSG Philippines defeated RRQ Hoshi 4–0 to win the 2022 MSC (Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup).
RSG 2022 Roster
DID YOU KNOW?
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