Updated on September 23, 10:38 p.m. (GMT+8): Updated scores and standings.
The stage is set for the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Singapore Season 6 (MPL SG Season 6).
This season promises to be exceptionally challenging, with each team making strategic adjustments in their pursuit of the championship and the opportunity to represent Singapore at the M5 World Championship in December.
Three-time champions RSG SG are determined to replicate their past success with the addition of fresh talent to their roster.
Meanwhile, rivals Bleed Esports, have made significant changes by adding Filipino imports Jeff “S4gitnu” Subang and Kiel VJ “Kielvj” Hernandez to their lineup.
Vanguard Esports and Alchemy SG have also earned their places in the tournament through the open qualifiers, and they are eager to make their mark this season.
What is MPL SG Season 6?
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Singapore Season 6 marks the final MLBB tournament in Singapore for the year. It has three phases: the open qualifier, the regular season, and the playoffs.
A total of eight teams are set to compete in this battle on the Land of Dawn. Two of these teams have earned their slots through the qualifiers. Their ultimate goal is to secure a lion’s share of the S$100,000 prize pool.
MPL SG Season 6 format
Similar to the previous season, the regular season will span four weeks, featuring games played in a best-of-three, single round-robin format.
Earning a sweep in a series will grant a team three points. If a match ends with a 2-1 score, the winning team will secure two points, while the losing team will gain one point.
The top four teams will progress to the upper bracket of the playoffs, while the bottom four will be seeded into the lower bracket.
The playoffs will adopt a double-elimination structure. All matches leading up to the final will be best-of-three, with the upper and lower bracket finals shifting to best-of-fives. The grand final will culminate in a best-of-seven showdown.
MPL SG Season 6 schedule
MPL SG Season 6 standings
|TEAM||MATCH RECORD||GAME RECORD||POINTS|
|Team Flash||4 — 0||8 — 1||11|
|RSG SG||3 — 1||7 — 4||8|
|Bleed Esports||2 — 2||6 — 4||8|
|HomeBois SG||2 — 2||6 — 5||7|
|EVIL||2 — 2||5 — 5||6|
|Vanguard Esports||2 — 2||4 — 5||5|
|Stellark SG||1 — 3||2 — 6||3|
|Alchemy SG||0 — 4||0 — 8||0|
September 9 (Saturday)
|Alchemy SG||0 — 2||HomeBois SG|
|Bleed Esports||2 — 0||Vanguard Esports|
|RSG SG||1 — 2||Team Flash|
|Evil||2 — 0||Stellark SG|
September 10 (Sunday)
|HomeBois SG||2 — 1||Bleed Esports|
|Stellark SG||2 — 0||Alchemy SG|
|Vanguard Esports||0 — 2||RSG SG|
|Team Flash||2 — 0||Evil|
September 16 (Saturday)
|Evil||1 — 2||Vanguard Esports|
|RSG SG||2 — 1||HomeBois SG|
|Alchemy SG||0 — 2||Bleed Esports|
|Stellark SG||0 — 2||Team Flash|
September 17 (Sunday)
|Bleed Esports||1 — 2||RSG SG|
|Vanguard Esports||2 — 0||Stellark SG|
|HomeBois SG||1 — 2||Evil|
|Team Flash||2 — 0||Alchemy SG|
September 23 (Saturday)
|Team Flash||2 — 0||Vanguard Esports|
|Alchemy SG||0 — 2||RSG SG|
|Stellark SG||0 — 2||HomeBois SG|
|Evil||2 — 1||Bleed Esports|
September 24 (Sunday)
|Vanguard Esports||10 a.m. GMT+8||Alchemy SG|
|HomeBois SG||12:30 p.m. GMT+8||Team Flash|
|Bleed Esports||3 p.m. GMT+8||Stellark SG|
|RSG SG||5:30 p.m. GMT+8||Evil|
September 30 (Saturday)
|Stellark SG||10 a.m. GMT+8||RSG SG|
|Alchemy SG||12:30 p.m. GMT+8||Evil|
|Team Flash||3 p.m. GMT+8||Bleed Esports|
|Vanguard Esports||5:30 p.m. GMT+8||HomeBois SG|
(To be updated)
Where to watch MPL SG Season 6?
All the games will be streamed live on Mobile Legends: Bang Bang’s official media platforms: