With MPL SG playoffs coming up and the final roster amendments closed, we’re all excited to know more about the players representing the different teams. Among the teams that participated, we were most pumped for EVOS SG — with their new lineup of players since losing Pokemon, Girl, Swoop and Dagger after winning last season.
MPL ID is the most viewed MPL by far in the region. With more than 1 million concurrent viewers when teams such as EVOS, RRQ, ONIC, and Alter Ego play, there’s no doubt that MPL ID is also the most competitive MPL. From the last 2 seasons, teams who didn’t manage to get to the playoffs were GEEK FAM and AURA ESPORTS. They were both at the bottom 2 places in the regular seasons 6 and 7 respectively. GEEK FAM only won 6 games combined, and AURA only won 1 game.
The heat from .Lolsie is on! He'll beat you in MPL SG, and sprinkle some salt in your wound after. Check out these hot takes from the RSG player in our video!
Home is where the heart is for Bjorn “Zeys” Ong. But the Singaporean head coach of EVOS Legends is planning to stay in Indonesia for a while longer. It is no surprise, considering how his leap of faith has reaped indisputable success. He captured the Mobile Legends Professional League Indonesia title in Seasons 4 and 7, and is gunning for a 3rd now in S8.
Nexplay, the company accused of mismanaging a gaming bootcamp, said they are looking into complaints raised by a Filipino female pro-gamer. In a public statement, Nexplay said they are looking into the matter and are replacing the management team involved in the fiasco.
Indonesian Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) fans must be familiar with the term “franchise league”. It’s commonly discussed among fans on why the MPL is a franchise league, why other teams can’t enter MPL easily, why it is so expensive, and so on.
A female pro esports player has accused one of the Philippines' largest esports talent agencies of mismanaging a recent bootcamp. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang player Myca “Yshin” Pascual — who used to play on the all-ladies Nexplay Tempest esports team — alleged that Nexplay Esports engaged in gender discrimination and provided poor living conditions.
Another predator stalks the White Tiger at the Mobile Legends Professional League Indonesia (MPL ID) Season 8. But reigning champions EVOS Legends are not fazed. Not with their head coach Bjorn “Zeys” Ong at the helm.
With the various MPLs in Southeast Asia under way, it is high time Singapore joins in on the action. Come September 11, Mobile Legends Professional League Singapore (MPL SG) will be back for its 2nd season, but not before introducing some upgrades to reward viewers and give much-needed clarity in the standings.
Singapore is going big with community esports. Thirty-two local amateur Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) teams will duke it out for an eye-watering US$9,680 (S$13,000) in cash and prizes later this year.