Updated on May 24, 9 p.m. (GMT+8): Added Blacklist International
The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup 2023 (MSC 2023) marks the first MLBB tournament hosted by Moonton this year.
From June 10 to 18, twelve teams will gather in Cambodia to battle and determine who’s on top. This year’s MSC is special, introducing three new regions outside of Southeast Asia for the first time since the tournament’s inception in 2017.
To keep you informed, here is the full roster of each team competing at MSC 2023.
All the competing players at MSC 2023
|Edward “EDWARD” Dapadap||EXP lane|
|Danerie “Wise” Rosario||Jungle|
|Kenneth “Yue” Tadeo||Midlane|
|Lee “Owl” Gonzales||Gold lane|
|Johnmar “OhMyV33NUS” Villaluna||Roam|
|Renejay “RENEJAY” Barcase||EXP lane|
The three-time MPL champions are bringing in fresh talent for the upcoming MSC tournament. Lee “Owl” Gonzales, Kenneth “Yue” Tadeo, and Renejay “RENEJAY” Barcase will make their MSC debut in the gold lane, midlane, and EXP lane, respectively.
Leading the team are the experienced duo of Johnmar “OhMyV33NUS” Villaluna and Danerie “Wise” Del Rosario, along with the skilled EXP laner Edward “EDWARD” Dapadap.
|Sanford “Sanford” Vinuya||EXP lane|
|Karl “KarlTzy” Nepomuceno||Jungle|
|Alston “Sanji” Pabico||Midlane|
|Benedict “Bennyqt” Gonzales||Gold lane|
|Tristan “Yawi” Cabrera||Roam|
|Jian Cedric “Jian” Magtibay||Gold lane|
The reigning M4 world champions are standing firm with their winning formula, opting to retain their roster for MSC 2023.
|Muhammad “Butsss” Sanubari||EXP lane|
|Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol||Jungle|
|Gilang “S A N Z”||Midlane|
|Calvin “CW” Winata||Gold lane|
|Nicky “Kiboy” Fernando||Roam|
|Adriand “Drian” Wong||Midlane|
The back-to-back MPL ID champions are bringing in their battle-hardened roster at MSC 2023. Headed by Nicky “Kiboy” Fernando, the squad features some of the best MPL ID players such as Muhammad “Butsss” Sanubari, Gilang “S A N Z,” and Filipino import Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol.
|Idreen “Momo” Jamal||EXP lane|
|Muhamad “Rival” Kamarulzaman||Jungle|
|Zikry “Moon” Shamsuddin||Midlane|
|Muhammad “CikuGais” Fuad||Gold lane|
|Muhammad “Yums” Suhairi||Roam|
|Muhamad “Flint” M.Suhaimi||Midlane|
MPL MY champion TODAK will head into MSC 2023 without any alterations in their lineup. The team continues to boast a lineup of seasoned veterans, with Zikry “Moon” Shamsuddin leading the charge.
Rookie Muhamad “Flint” M. Suhaimi will be making his international debut in this tournament.
RSG Slate SG
|Yeo “Diablo” Lun||EXP lane|
|Brayden “BRAYYY” Teo||Jungle|
|Royven “Roy” Tan||Midlane|
|Fawzan “Okky” Herdiatna||Gold lane|
|I “Lucianqt” Pranipata||Roam|
Under the leadership of Yeo “Diablo” Lun, this powerhouse lineup showcases seasoned MPL SG veterans like Brayden “BRAYYY” Teo and Royven “Roy” Tan.
The team also welcomes Indonesian imports Fawzan “Okky” Herdiatna and I “Lucianqt” Pranipata, who will be making their debut in an international MLBB tournament.
|Phonepaseuth “Opper” Lotchanakane||EXP lane|
|Somnuek “Your Name” Vilaysing||Jungle|
|Aphisith “Agi” Inmexay||Midlane|
|Bounsong “BisTon” Khounphet||Gold lane|
|Sompasith “TwentyAugust” Phanthavong||Roam|
|Nanthavouth “NoumNim” Nieoin||Jungle|
|Silivone “SHIN” Phalavane||Jungle|
Showcasing an impressive performance in the MSC Mekong qualifier, the team hailing from Laos is now set to make its debut on the international MLBB stage.
BURN X Flash
|Kosal “ATM” Piseth||EXP lane|
|Sour “Celichma” Mara||Jungle|
|Sok “C Cat” Roth||Midlane|
|Mariusz “Donut” Tan||Gold lane|
|Ty “D7” Oudom||Roam|
|Pich “WayOfTheShadow” Sopheak||Jungle|
|Vithou “Fury” Sovisal||Gold lane|
The team is led by seasoned veterans such as Kosal “ATM” Piseth, Sour “Celichma” Mara, and Sok “C Cat” Roth, who have numerous international MLBB tournament experiences under their belt.
Joining them is Pich “WayOfTheShadow” Sopheak, a standout player who made a name for himself as the only player to achieve a Savage during MSC 2021. Adding further strength to the team is Filipino import Mariusz “Donut” Tan.
- Fire Flux Impunity, former Incendio Supremacy squad from Turkey, secures MSC 2023 slot
- SIBOL’s MLBB team wins third gold medal in a row at the 32nd SEA Games
|Royal Milk||EXP lane|
After defeating M4 representative Falcon Esports and surpassing the favored AI Esports in the grand final of the MSC qualifier, Fenix Esports secured the sole Myanmar slot for MSC 2023.
This achievement is particularly remarkable considering that none of the players on the team have previously participated in an international tournament.
|Ahmed “Alphonse” Aly||EXP lane|
|Mahmoud “Lio” Elsayed||Jungle|
|Ahmed “Smile” Moustafa||Midlane|
|Belal “Speedy” Dahab||Gold lane|
|Amr “Maro” Khaled||Roam|
Formerly known as Occupy Thrones, the Egyptian squad has maintained its core roster since its impressive performance in the M4 World Championship and MPL MENA Spring 2023 earlier this year.
Outplay is spearheaded by the talented trio of former The Valley members: Jang “Hoon” Seong-hun, Peter “Basic” Lozano, and Oscar “SHARK” Vo.
Joining forces with them are two notable additions to the lineup: Rainiel “URESHIII” Logronio, a former MPL PH player, and Bestplayer1, renowned as one of North America’s top junglers.
|Rainiel “URESHIII” Logronio||EXP lane|
|Jang “Hoon” Seong-hun||Midlane|
|Peter “Basic” Lozano||Gold lane|
|Oscar “SHARK” Vo||Roam|
|Rizqi “Saykots” Iskandar||EXP lane|
|Darrel “Tazz DD” Wijaya||Jungle|
|Dalvin “Hijumee” Putra||Midlane|
|Jabran “Branz” Wiloko||Gold lane|
|Rachmad “DreamS” Wahyudi||Roam|
|Gerald “Dlar” Trinchera||EXP lane|
|Sebastian “Pendragon” Arthur||EXP lane|
EVOS Legends retains their MPL ID Season 11 roster, but this time they will have their content creator, Gerald “Dlar” Trinchera, joining the team.
Fire Flux Impunity
|Bariş “Alien” Çakir||EXP lane|
|Sidar “Tienzy” Menteşe||Jungle|
|Mehmet “Lunar” Ilgun||Midlane|
|Emre “Sunshine” Sari||Gold lane|
|Furkan “APEX47” Akbulut||Roam|
|Mehmed “Kazue” Öztürk||Jungle|
Fire Flux Impunity, formerly known as Incendio Supremacy, introduces Mehmet “Lunar” Ilgun as the replacement for star player Ahmet “Rosa” Batir in the midlane. Former BEDEL player Mehmed “Kazue” Öztürk is also now part of the team.
(to be updated)
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