Updated on September 7, 2:51 p.m. (GMT+8): Updated list for MPL Malaysia.

Because of the Philippines’ continued success in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang international pro play over the years, organizations from other regions have started adding Filipino imports to their rosters.

This would ultimately change the fate of these teams — a trend that is altering the esports landscape, impacting both local and international tournaments.

BURN x Flash are the new titans of MPL Cambodia, while Geek Fam Indonesia have transformed themselves from cellar-dwellers to playoff contenders in MPL Indonesia.

Geek Fam Indonesia's Allen "Baloyskie" Baloy celebrating win
Credit: ONE Esports

The shining example of how Filipino power has set up a team for success is ONIC Esports, who are dominating the scene as of late and is widely recognized as the best team in the world.

As a result, teams worldwide are acquiring more and more talent from the Philippines in a quest to replicate the same level of success.

ONIC Esports lift the championship trophy after winning the MLBB Southeast Asia Cup 2023 on June 18 at the Aeon Mall Mean Chey in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Credit: Moonton

In this article, ONE Esports lists down the Filipino imports who are active in professional play in 2023, including their current teams and respective roles.

All Filipino imports participating in Mobile Legends Professional Leagues this 2023

MPL Indonesia

ONIC Esports jungler Kairi "Kairi" Rayosdelsol
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Kairi “Kairi” RayosdelsolONIC EsportsJungler
Denver “Yeb” MirandaONIC EsportsCoach
Allen “Baloyskie” BaloyGeek Fam IndonesiaRoamer
Marky “Markyyyyy” CapaciaoGeek Fam IndonesiaGold laner

MPL Cambodia

BURN x Flash gold laner Donut posing for the camera
Credit: Donut
Mariusz “Donut” Tan in BURN X FlashBURN x FlashGold laner
Clarense “Kousei” CamiloSee You SoonGold laner
Michael “MP the King” EndinoSee You SoonJungler
Jaylord “Hate” GonzalesImpunity KHMidlaner
Andrenix “ENAYEXX” De AsisImpunity KHRoamer
Kenneth “SuperCADENZA” CastroDRoar LegendsRoamer
Miko “Aykii” OcampoDRoar LegendsCoach
Jhonwin “Hesa” VergaraPRO Esports CambodiaGold laner
Coach Kevin “Ola” OlaverePRO Esports CambodiaCoach
Renz “Renzio” CaduaTeam MAXEXP laner
Ralph “Flick” HamoyTeam MAXJungler
Jaime “Pakba1ts” AbalosTeam MAXCoach
Tracy Danielle “Treyskie” Alerta DamascoTeam SVRoamer
Joshua “Mira” AlbinoTeam SVGold laner

MPL Malaysia

RSG Malaysia's new jungler Jonard Cedrix "Demonkite" Caranto for MPL MY Season 12
Credit: RSG Malaysia
Jonard “Demonkite” CarantoRSG MalaysiaJungler
Dale “Stowm” VidorRSG MalaysiaRoamer
Kenneth “Saxa” FedelinTeam SMGJungler
Mico “Mikko” TabangayTeam SMGRoamer
Paolo “Pao” VillanuevaTeam SMGCoach
Jon “Super Red” BordeosSelangor Red GiantsGold laner
Archie “Pancake” Guevarra Jr.Selangor Red GiantsRoamer
Michael “Arcadia” BocadoSelangor Red GiantsCoach
Jon Michael “Zico” DizonTeam SecretCoach
Dexter “Exort” MartinezRED Esports MYMidlaner
Joshua Kyle “Yunaaaa” VillardeTeam LunatixJungler
Robert “Hito” CandoyTeam LunatixGold laner

MPL Middle East & North Africa

Patrick “Lawtrick” CiegoTeam FalconGold laner
GoodnightTeam FalconMidlaner
Gian Carl “Behave” LamintaoTeam FalconCoach
H4NIESALASOkami EsportsGold laner
Ivan Dale “Dalyot” HipulanOkami EsportsCoach

MPL Singapore

Bleed Esports Filipino import Kiel VJ "KielVJ" Hernandez
Credit: KielVJ
Kiel VJ “KielVJ” HernandezBleed EsportsJungler
Jeff “S4gitnu” SubangBleed EsportsEXP laner
Jaymark Aaron “Hadess” Thomas LazaroTeam FlashRoamer

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