The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Malaysia Season 11 (MPL MY Season 11) will showcase ten teams competing for the US$100,000 prize pool and MSC 2023 slot.

There’s a lot to look forward to this season. Madness Esports and Red Giants Esports emerged victorious from the open qualifiers to secure a spot in the league

Esports powerhouse Team Secret will also make its debut this season, taking over Orange Esports’ spot.

Here are all the players from each competing team at MPL MY Season 11.

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All 10 teams competing at MPL MY Season 11


MPL MY Season 11 Todak

Todak made significant changes in its lineup, acquiring three Filipino imports. Among the new recruits are former Bren Esports Mujahid “Malik” Malik and amateur standouts Karl “Karl” Devosora and Patrick “Lawtrick” Ciego.

The team retained its key players from last season, such as Zikry “Moon” Shamsuddin and Muhammad “Yums” Suhairi.

Wan “4Meyz” UsmanEXP lane
Muhamad “Rival” KamarulzamanJungle
Zikry “Moon” ShamsuddinMidlane
Muhammad “CikuGais” FuadGold lane
Muhammad “Yums” SuhairiRoam
Idreen “Momo” JamalEXP lane
Mujahid “Malik” MalikJungle
Muhamad “Flint” SuhaimiMidlane
Patrick “Lawtrick” CiegoGold lane
Karl “Karl” DevosoraRoam

Madness Esports

MPL MY Season 11 Madness Esports
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Madness Esports, a team of fresh faces, has clawed its way through this season’s qualifiers to earn a coveted spot at MPL MY Season 11.

Ye3EXP lane
XavvszGold lane

Team Secret

MPL MY Season 11 Team Secret roster
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Team Secret is entering the MLBB pro scene for the first time, fielding battle-hardened players including former Orange Esports players Muhammad “Aim” Abas and Muhammad “Neo” Ahmad, and former Team SMG jungler Hadiazwan “Box” Rosli.

The squad also has two Filipino imports, former TNC roamer Salman “KingSalman” Macarambon, and amateur player Santi Sucre.

Muhammad “Neo” AhmadEXP lane
Hadiazwan “Box” RosliJungle
Muhammad “Aim” AbasMidlane/Roam
DetoGold lane/Midlane
Santi SucreRoam
Salman “KingSalman” MacarambonMidlane

Team HAQ

MPL MY Season 11 Team HAQ
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Defending champions Team HAQ stuck to their guns this season and retained most of its core players with the addition of rookies AL in the gold lane and Zai in the midlane.

They also signed Smart Omega’s Robert “Hito” Candoy.

Mohamad “Lolla” NilzaihanEXP lane
Muhammad “Garyy” SyafizanJungle
Aiman “Mann” AnuarMidlane
Robert “Hito” CandoyGold lane
Aimin “Minn” AnuarRoam
ALGold lane
Poh “Panda” WaiRoam

Team SMG

MPL MY Season 11 Team SMG
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Team SMG is looking to build on its past success by retaining the majority of its players for this season. They also strengthened their lineup by adding Luk “Valenz” Yip, a former member of Team HAQ.

Aeliff “Smooth” AriffEXP lane
Lu “Sasa” Khai BeanGold lane
Raja “Nuar” ShahRoam
Luk “Valenz” YipGold lane
Muhammad “ZAIMSEMPOI” ZaimMidlane


MPL MY Season 11 HomeBois
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HomeBois has appointed former Falcon Esports coach Steve “Dale” Vitug as their new coach, replacing longtime Muhammad “Saiful” Ajuang in the role.

The organization brought back Mohd “Soloz” Zakaria from retirement to play this season.

Muhammad “Sepat” AujangEXP lane
Muhammad “Chibi” NazhanJungle
Rizky “Warlord” AgustianMidlane
Muhammad “Anip” RashidGold lane
Arya “Barbossa” NazhariRoam
Mohd “Soloz” ZakariaGold lane

RED Esports

MPL MY Season 11 RED Esports
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Going into this season, RED Esports has made some changes to its roster.

The team has retained Muhammad “Rennnnqt-” Aniza and moved Mal from the gold lane to roam. In addition, the team welcomed former Team Lunatix’ Eyymal, Beng, and LL Stylish to their lineup.

Muhammad “Rennnnqt-” AnizaEXP lane
LL StylishGold lane
Muhammad Akmal “Mal” RozaliRoam
MelQT-Gold lane

Team Lunatix

MPL MY Season 11 Team Lunatix
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Team Lunatix has completely revamped its lineup for the upcoming season, with former Bren Esports player Jomari “Jowm” Pingol and former ONIC Prodigy player Erwin “Fenryr” joining the team. Jowm will play in the gold lane while Fenryr will take on the EXP lane.

Erwin “Fenryr”EXP lane
Granpa KogaaaJungle
Jomari “Jowm” PingolGold lane
ZenoEXP lane

RSG Slate MY

MPL MY Season 11 RSG Slate MY
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RSG Slate made a significant addition to their roster for the upcoming season, with the acquisition of Muhammad “RIPPO” Halim, former star player of MPL Indonesia’s Bigetron Alpha.

Key players Ealtond “Lolealz” Rayner and Ahmad “Leixia” Hazawi will remain on the team, joined by Zaed from RED Esports.

Muhammad “RIPPO” HalimEXP lane
Mohammad “Izanami” LimMidlane
Ealtond “Lolealz” RaynerGold lane
Ahmad “Leixia” HazawiRoam
IrisEXP lane
Mohd “LinkEzaa” HadimJungle

Red Giants Esports

MPL MY Season 11 Red Giants Esports
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Red Giants Esports consists mostly of former Team SMG players like Syed “Syf” Naufal, and Muhammad “Eshaa” Halizan, and former RSG MY EXP laner Izme “KaizerJin” Hamsjid.

GojesEXP lane
Syed “Syf” NaufalGold lane
Muhammad “Eshaa” HalizanRoam
Izme “KaizerJin” HamsjidEXP lane

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