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An analysis of the most popular heroes at the Mobile Legends Sea Games

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The men’s Mobile Legends tournament of the SEA Games 2023 has just concluded on Sunday, May 14, 2023, with the Philippines winning the gold medal.

The Philippines secured the gold medal by defeating Malaysia with a score of 3-0 in the Grand Final.

Throughout the SEA Games 2023, many heroes were used by the players in the 27 matches played in the men’s Mobile Legends category.

META heroes like Fredrinn and Valentina remained a priority pick for several teams aiming to win matches.

Here, we have summarized the 5 most frequently picked heroes throughout the SEA Games 2023:

Arlott – 13 picks
Despite being a new hero, Arlott was frequently chosen as the EXP laner throughout the SEA Games 2023. Arlott played in Land of Dawn 13 times, with a win rate of 69.23 percent.

The Myanmar national team was the most frequent user of the hero Arlott, with 4 appearances, recording 3 wins and 1 loss.

Valentina – 15 picks
Valentina became the favored midlaner in recent seasons, and in the SEA Games 2023, she appeared 15 times. Valentina possesses well-rounded abilities, ranging from damage, mobility, to terrifying utility.

Beatrix – 16 picks
Despite receiving multiple nerfs, Beatrix remained a favorite due to her incredible late-game damage and long attack range. Throughout the SEA Games 2023, Beatrix appeared 16 times, but unfortunately, her win rate was only 25 percent.

Karrie – 17 picks
Karrie continued to be the go-to Gold laner due to her good attack speed and mobility. Out of her 17 appearances, the Philippines used Karrie the most, picking her 6 times with a 100 percent win rate.

Fredrinn – 21 picks
Fredrinn, the preferred jungler in the current META, possesses fast farming abilities and high durability. It’s no wonder that Fredrinn is always the top choice for junglers, with a decent win rate of 42.86 percent.

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