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MLBB: All SEA National Team Rosters So Far

The 32nd Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games), which took place in Phnom Penh, Cambodia from May 12th to 14th, 2023, featured a highly competitive Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) tournament. Here’s a look at the MLBB Sea National Team rosters who competed.

Philippines

Bren Esports drives Team Philippines’ starting lineup, having triumphed in the Philippine qualifiers under the guidance of head coach Francis “Duckey” Glindro. The roster features David “FlapTzy” Canon in the EXP lane, Michael “KyleTzy” Sayson as the Jungler, Angelo “Pheww” Arcangel in the Midlane, Marco “SUPER MARCO” Requitano in the Gold lane, and Rowgien “Owgwen” Unigo as the Roamer. Moreover, Nowee “Ryota” Macasa the ONIC PH EXP laner joined as the sixth member of the team.

Indonesia

The Indonesian team, comprising players from the top three MPL teams—ONIC Esports, EVOS Legends, and RRQ—is led by Nicky “Kiboy” Fernando of ONIC Esports. The roster also features seasoned players such as Albert “Alberttt” Iskandar, Gilang “S A N Z”, and Jabran “Branz” Wiloko. They play the following roles: Rizqi “Saykots” Iskandar in the EXP lane, Albert “Alberttt” Iskandar as Jungler, Gilang “S A N Z” in the Midlane, Jabran “Branz” Wiloko in the Gold lane, and Nicky “Kiboy” Fernando, Rachmad “DreamS” Wahyudi, and Calvin “VYN” as Roamers.

Malaysia

The Malaysian team showcases a diverse lineup with players recruited from different teams across the region. Captain Mohammad “Xorn” Noor of Red Giants Esports leads the squad, contributing valuable experience and leadership. He is supported by seasoned MPL players Muhammad “RIPPO” Halim, Muhammad “Garyy” Najmi, and Muhammad “CikuGais” Fuad.

The lineup features Muhammad “RIPPO” Halim in the EXP lane, Muhammad “Garyy” Najmi as the Jungler, Mohammad “Izanami” Lim in the Midlane, Muhammad “CikuGais” Fuad in the Gold lane, Mohammad “Xorn” Noor as the Roamer, Muhammad “Chibi” Nazhan as another Jungler, and Idreen “Momo” Jamal in the EXP lane.

Singapore

RSG Slate SG will represent Singapore in this year’s SEA Games, boasting a track record of three consecutive MPL SG titles. Led by Yeo “Diablo” Lun and Bellamy “Lolsie” Yeov, the team is determined to build on their bronze medal achievement from the 31st SEA Games.

The lineup includes Yeo “Diablo” Lun in the EXP lane, Brayden “BRAYYY” Teo as the Jungler, Amos “505” Rui in the Midlane, Jovan “Babycakes” Heng in the Gold lane, Bellamy “Lolsie” Yeov as the Roamer, and Royven “Roy.” Tan also in the Midlane.

Cambodia

BURN X Flash, representing the host country at the 32nd SEA Games, has already established its dominance by claiming victory in MPL KH Spring 2023. Led by Sok “C Cat” Roth and Ty “D7” Oudom, this seasoned squad is poised to challenge the competition. They are joined by standout player Pich “Wightnite” Sopheak, who gained acclaim for his standout performance during MSC 2021 with Impunity KH.

The lineup includes Kosal “ATM” Piseth in the EXP lane, Detective as the Jungler, Sok “C Cat” Roth in the Midlane, Xingg in the Gold lane, Ty “D7” Oudom as the Roamer, Pich “Wightnite” Sopheak as another Jungler, and Zee in the Midlane.

Myanmar

Falcon Esports, representing Myanmar at MSC 2022 and M4, has made some changes ahead of the tournament. With the departure of Min Khant “yellowflash” Hein, Swan “Ruby DD” Aung will now take on the starting EXP lane role. The lineup features Swan “Ruby DD” Aung in the EXP lane, Pyae “Kenn” Ko as the Jungler, Pyae “JustiN” Khant in the Midlane, Kyaw “Zippx” Bo in the Gold lane, and Min “Naomi” Ko as the Roamer.

Vietnam

MDH Esports is preparing for their second international appearance for Vietnam, having previously competed in the M4 World Championship. However, the team is currently undergoing significant roster changes with the departures of Lê “NeedMyHelp” Minh Đức and Nguyễn “TheKing” Việt. Stepping into their roles for their debut in major tournaments this season are newcomers: “Meow” Đức Nam, Bier, Yandere, and Fugo.

The lineup now includes Nguyễn “Meow” Đức Nam in the EXP lane, Nguyễn “Jowga” Văn Tô Đô as Jungle, Fugo in the Midlane, Lâm “Hehehehehehe” Văn Đạt in the Gold lane, Phạm “GNART” Ngọc Trạng as Roam, Yandere also in the Gold lane, and Bier as Roam.

Laos

EVO Esports has made waves in the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang community with their recent dominant performance at the MSC Mekong qualifier, securing spots in both MSC 2023 and the 32nd SEA Games. The team comprises fresh faces who are gearing up for their debut in a major MLBB tournament. Leading the charge are Opper in the EXP lane, Yourname as the Jungler, Agi handling the Midlane, BisTon in the Gold lane, TwentyAugust as Roamer, and Noumnimm also contributing in the Jungle role.

Conclusion

MLBB’s SEA region national team rosters reflect the incredible talent and enthusiasm for the game. Each team brings its very own style and capabilities to the table and it should be a lively season ahead. Whether you are a home country fan or even simply a huge MLBB fan, there are many exciting moments to look forward to.

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