The 31st Southeast Asian Games (31st SEA Games) will feature prominent esports title Mobile Legends: Bang Bang in the multi-sports event.

Three years ago at the 30th SEA Games, The Philippines bagged the gold medal after an intense 3-2 battle against Indonesia in the grand final, while Malaysia finished third.

This time, there are seven teams joining the competition, namely, The Philippines, Singapore, Laos, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Myanmar. Cambodia and Thailand have decided to not send any delegates this year.

Here are all the qualified Mobile Legends: Bang Bang teams for the 31st SEA Games.

31st SEA Games Mobile Legends: Bang Bang representatives


Mobile Legends: Bang Bang 31st SEA Games The Philippines representative, Blacklist International
Credit: Blacklist International

Team Philippines is mainly composed of players from the M3 World Championship winner, Blacklist International. Danerie James “Wise” Del Rosario and Johnmar “OhMyV33nus” Villaluna will lead the squad in its campaign to win a second gold medal for the country.

Kyle Dominic “Dominic” SotoEXP lane
Danerie James “Wise” Del RosarioJungle
Salic Alauya “Hadji” ImamMidlane
Lee Howard “Owl” GonzalesGold lane
Johnmar “OhMyV33nus” VillalunaRoam
Dexstar Louise “DEX STAR” Cruz AlabaRoam
Russel Aaron “Eyon” UsiMidlane


Singapore's Mobile Legends: Bang Bang representatives for the 31st SEA Games
Credit: SGEA

Four of five representatives of Singapore are from EVOS SG. The squad is composed of veterans hoping to secure Singapore’s first-ever gold medal in an international Mobile Legends: Bang Bang tournament.

Stefan Chong “Soul” Ru ChyiEXP lane
Remas “Remaniscent” Ker Zhen HongJungle
Basil Lim “Seilah” Dao ZeMidlane
Adam “Adammir” ChongGold lane
Akihiro “JPL” FurusawaRoam


Laos' Mobile Legends: Bang Bang representative for the 31st SEA Games
Credit: Niightmare Esports

Niightmare Esports secured their slot at the 31st SEA Games after a solid performance in the Laos qualifiers. They were also the country’s representatives during MSC 2021. However, they failed to qualify for the playoffs after losing to Execration, EVOS SG, and Todak in the group stage.

Sengathit PhounsavatEXP lane
Mongkonethong SinbanditJungle
Phonesana InthavongxayMidlane
Khampaseuth HanxanaGold lane
Anousak AphaiyasahRoamer
Vanvilay OuanlamanyMultirole


Vietnam's Mobile Legends: Bang Bang representatives for the 31st SEA Games
Credit: VIRESA

The players from Vietnam, originally from Cyber Exe, also fought tooth and nail in their country’s qualifier. Despite having little to no experience playing against international teams, the team hopes to bank on their chemistry to win.

Ngoc Anh “NgocAnh” Le EXP lane
Van Dat “Nho” Lam Jungle
Nguyễn Công NamMidlane
Nguyễn Đức “DucNam” NamGold lane
Ngoc Trang”Gnart” Pham Roam


Indonesia's Mobile Legends: Bang Bang representative for the 31st SEA Games
Credit: PBESI

Indonesia handpicked its players for the tournament. Most of their players come from the big three teams in the region, namely, ONIC Esports, EVOS Legends, and MPL ID Season 9 champion RRQ Hoshi. The representatives will have a chance to avenge their grand final loss against the Philippines in the 30th SEA Games.

Rivaldi “R7” FatahEXP lane
Albert Neilsen “Alberttt” IskandarJungle
Ihsan Besari “Luminaire” KusudanaMidlane
Calvin “CW” WinataGold lane
Calvin “Vynnn”Roam
Gilang “SANZ”Jungle
Nicky Fernando “Kiboy” PontonuwuRoam


Mobile Legends: Bang Bang M3 World Championship MPL MY representative, Todak
Screenshot by Jules Elona/ONE Esports

MPL MY Season 9 champion Todak will represent Malaysia this time around. Team Malaysia was able to get the first place standing in their group last 30th SEA Games but only finished third in the playoffs after losing to Indonesia and the Philippines in the second round.

Idreen Abdul “Momo” JamalEXP lane
Muhammad “CikuGais” DanialJungle
Zikry “Moon” Bin ShamsuddinMidlane
Wan “4Meyz” WsmanGold lane
Mohamad “Moyy” FarhanRoam
Mohammad Zul “Xorn” HishamRoam
Muhammad “Ajiq” Amirul RaziqJungle


Myanmar Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team, Trend Esports
Credit: Trend Esports

Players from Trend Esports make up most of Myanmar’s delegation. The team will be competing against international teams for the first time and will try to capitalize on their success in the local scene.

Kyaw Khaung “Benno” Htut EXP lane
Wai Phyo “Ps” Aung Jungle
Khant Kyaw “OHMYJ3NNIE” Zay Midlane
Zaw Thu “Gumi” Hein Gold lane
Thet Naing “Black” Zaw Roam

The group stage will be from May 18 to 19. The playoffs and the grand final will be on May 20.

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