The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Invitational 2023 (MPLI 2023) is the first offline MPLI tournament, scheduled to be held in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Sixteen of the strongest teams from around the world will compete for a substantial US$100,000 prize pool and the title of best MLBB team.

In addition to the established powerhouse teams participating this year, new regions will also be represented in the tournament.

These regions include MENA with Team Falcons, North America with TheOhioBrothers, and China with Nova Esports.

To keep you informed, here is the full roster of each team competing in the tournament.

The complete roster of every team at MPLI 2023

Bigetron Alpha

The full roster of Bigetron Alpha at MPLI 2023
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Gold laner Saken is set to make his return to the main team after being transferred to the team’s MDL squad during the MPL ID Season 12 regular season.

Additionally, Hengky “Kyy” Gunawan will take on the role of the sixth-man roamer, with Calvin “VYN” now in the starting five.

I Gusti Made Indra “Xorizo” DwipayanaEXP lane
Kenneth “Super Kenn” MarcelloJungle
Marcel Juan Moreno “Morenoomj” SinulinggaMidlane
Dicky “Saken” CahyanaGold lane
Calvin “VYN”Roam
Hengky “Kyy” GunawanRoam

Dewa United

The full roster of Dewa United at MPLI 2023
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The newest addition to MPL ID in Season 12, Dewa United, will be participating in this year’s MPLI with their proven and experienced squad.

Reynaldo Ferdiand “Reyy” Chai will also serve as the sole substitute for the team.

Supryanto “Dyx0n” SalimEXP lane
Delvin “Lanaya” GunawanJungle
Indra “Keyz” SetiawanMidlane
Supriadi Dwi “Watt” PutraGold lane
Ricky “Shacco” ErlanggaRoam
Reynaldo Ferdiand “Reyy” ChaiJungle

Geek Fam

The full roster of Geek Fam at MPLI 2023
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The Indonesian squad will compete with their experienced roster, the same lineup that propelled them to the grand final for the first time since joining the league.

Leading the squad will be Filipino import Allen Jedric “Baloyskie” Baloy, supported by veterans Luke “LUKE” Valentinus, Moh.Dwi Chandra “Caderaa” Pambudi, and Mark Christian Etcobanez “Markyyy” Capacio.

Luke “LUKE” ValentinusEXP lane
Manuel “Nnael” SimbolonJungle
Valent Agriansyah “A B O Y” PutraMidlane
Moh.Dwi Chandra “Caderaa” PambudiGold lane
Allen Jedric “Baloyskie” BaloyRoam
Mark Christian Etcobanez “Markyyy” CapacioGold lane

Rebellion Zion

The full roster of Rebellion Zion at MPLI 2023
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The team has not made any adjustments to its starting five going into MPLI 2023. MDL player Marsiko “Moai” Adi will serve as the team’s substitute player.

Karsten William “Karss” TjugitoEXP lane
Vincent Frandica “Vincentt” SuwandhiJungle
Attanasius David Halomoan “SwayLow” SihalohoMidlane
Dhannya Posa “HaizzAm0r.” HoputraGold lane
Zulfikar “AudyTzy”Roam
Marsiko “Moai” AdiGold lane


The full roster of RRQ at MPLI 2023
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The team’s MPLI 2023 lineup comprises players from its RRQ Sena MDL squad such as Muhammad “ToYy” Rizki, Abdullah “Matsurugi” Azzam, and Ryan Nugraha “IYanZz” Tarigan.

Additionally, RRQ veterans Andre Raymond “Banana” Putra, Deden Muhammad “Clayyy” Nurhasan, and Rendy “Dyrennn” Syahputra will compete in the tournament.

Andre Raymond “Banana” PutraEXP lane
Ryan Nugraha “IYanZz” TariganJungle
Deden Muhammad “Clayyy” NurhasanMidlane
Muhammad “ToYy” RizkiGold lane
Abdullah “Matsurugi” AzzamRoam
Rendy “Dyrennn” SyahputraEXP lane

EVOS Legends

The full roster of EVOS Legends at MPLI 2023
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EVOS Legends will enter the competition with their four core players, which include Darrel Jovanco “Tazz” Wijaya, Jabran Bagus “Branz” Wiloko, Vincentsius Ivan “Vaanstrong” Adrianto, and Muhammad Nur “Cr1te” Efandy.

Joining them are Kenley Nathaniel “Veldora” Zefanya and Erland “Douma” Saputra, who were promoted to the main team during the regular season of Season 12.

Kenley Nathaniel “Veldora” ZefanyaEXP lane
Darrel Jovanco “Tazz” WijayaJungle
Muhammad Nur “Cr1te” EfandyMidlane
Jabran Bagus “Branz” WilokoGold lane
Vincentsius Ivan “Vaanstrong” AdriantoRoam
Erland “Douma” SaputraGold lane


The full roster of TheOhioBrothers at MPLI 2023
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The team consists of their dominant NACT Fall 2023 lineup, and they have added Jared Evan “Wrath” Gillespie, who will serve as the team’s manager and substitute player.

Leading the team is Trung “SUPER SHARK” Vo, who has significant experience competing internationally, most notably during the M3 World Championship where his team secured a third-place finish.

Chris Amiel “Mielow” EnobioEXP lane
Carlos “bestplayer1” OrtegaJungle
SeongHun “Hoon” JangMidlane
Ziameth-Jei “ZIA” CaluyaGold lane
Trung “SUPER SHARK” VoRoam
Jared Evan “Wrath” GillespieSub


The full roster of HomeBois at MPLI 2023
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The Malaysian champions will feature their starting five from MPL MY Season 12, and they have added their analyst, Muhammad Saiful “Saiful” Bin Aujang, who will now play as a substitute midlaner.

Muhammad Irfan “Sepat” Bin AujangEXP lane
Muhammad Nazhan “Chibii” Bin Mohd NorJungle
Rizky “Warlord” AgustianMidlane
Wahyu “Raizel” SaputraGold lane
Mohamad Zul Hisham “Xorn” Bin Mohd NoorRoam
Muhammad Saiful “Saiful” Bin AujangMidlaner

See You Soon

The full roster of See You Soon at MPLI 2023
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The Cambodian powerhouse will field its usual MPL lineup with two Filipinos, Michael “MPPPP” Endino and Clarense “Kusey” Camilo, leading the charge.

Mon “RunTheKing” Phearun transitions to the role of the team’s substitute roamer after previously playing as a gold laner in MPL Cambodia.

Leng “Felix” KimhakEXP lane
Michael “MPPPP” EndinoJungle
Sovan “RAA” ChanmakaraMidlane
Clarense “Kusey” CamiloGold lane
Sok “Boxi” VireaRoam
Mon “RunTheKing” PhearunRoam

Nova Esports

The full roster of Nova Esports at MPLI 2023
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This marks the debut of Nova Esports in a Mobile Legends: Bang Bang tournament, with all of their players set to make their first appearance in the Land of Dawn.

ZiHao “Sadboy” ChenEXP lane
Hong “September” YanJungle
ZiRi “Ziri” ChenMidlane
JunLi “Guoguo” ZengGold lane
Ri “Mei” ZhouRoam
YuanBo “Vikor” XuEXP lane/Jungle


The full roster of ECHO at MPLI 2023
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ECHO has maintained their starting five, except for Jankurt “KurtTzy” Matira, who will now serve as the substitute in the midlane to support Alston “Sanji” Pabico.

Sanford “Sanford” VinuyaEXP lane
Karl “KarlTzy” NepomucenoJungle
Alston “Sanji” PabicoMidlane
Benedict “Bennyqt” GonzalesGold lane
Jay Pee “Jaypee” Dela CruzRoam
Jankurt “KurtTzy” MatiraMidlane

AP Bren

The full roster of AP Bren at MPLI 2023
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The MPL PH Season 12 champions will compete with their championship squad, which has not only clinched the MPL title but also secured victory in multiple international tournaments this year, including the IESF 2023 and the 32nd SEA Games.

David Charles “FlapTzy” CanonEXP lane
Michael Angelo “KyleTzy” SaysonJungle
Angelo Kyle “Pheww” ArcangelMidlane
Marco “Super Marco” RequitianoGold lane
Rowgien “Owgwen” UnigoRoam
Vincent “Pando” UnigoEXP lane


The full roster of RSG PH at MPLI 2023
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Jonard Cedrix “Demonkite” Caranto is set to make his return to the squad after a brief stint with RSG Malaysia last season.

The team continues to feature seasoned players like Nathanael “Nathzz” Estrologo, Dylan Aaron “Light” Catipon, and Eman “EMANN” Sangco, comprising the same lineup that secured victory in MSC 2022.

Nathanael “Nathzz” EstrologoEXP lane
Jonard Cedrix “Demonkite” CarantoJungle
Arvie “Aqua” CalderonMidlane
Eman “EMANN” SangcoGold lane
Dylan Aaron “Light” CatiponRoam
Kennt Anthony “Souuul” BaesaGold lane

Blacklist International

The full roster of Blacklist International at MPLI 2023
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Blacklist International will be fielding its second unit, under the leadership of veteran player Salic “Hadji” Imam. Additionally, the team’s MDL coach, Mark Jayson “Eson” Gerardo, will be the substitute for the team.

Kyle Dominic “Dominic.” SotoEXP lane
Ian Jakob “Rindo” SeguiranJungle
Salic “Hadji” ImamMidlane
Lee Howard “Owl” GonzalesGold lane
Kim “Kimpoy” Dela CruzRoam
Mark Jayson “Eson” GerardoMidlane

Team Falcons

The full roster of Team Falcons at MPLI 2023
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The Saudi Arabian squad will be participating in the tournament with a diverse lineup featuring players from around the world. Filipinos Jaylord “Goodnight” Bacog and Patrick Lawrence “Lawtrick” Ciego will take on the roles of midlaner and gold laner, respectively.

MENA veterans Abdulaziz Helal “Hulk” Sulaimani and Mahmoud Mostafa Mahmoud “Lio” El-Sayed will also be part of the team, along with the addition of Jordanian player Ahmad Sameer Ibraheem “Super” Alzaglul.

Abdulaziz Helal “Hulk” SulaimaniEXP lane
Mahmoud Mostafa Mahmoud “Lio” El-SayedJungle
Jaylord “Goodnight” BacogMidlane
Patrick Lawrence “Lawtrick” CiegoGold lane
Ahmad Sameer Ibraheem “Super” AlzaglulRoam
Ramez El-Sayed “Ramez” MohamedMultirole

Team Flash

The full roster of Team Flash at MPLI 2023
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The Singaporean champions have bolstered its ranks with new additions from Cambodia, including Mara “CHMA” Sour and Oudom “D7” Ty. In addition, TNC player John Vincent “Innocent” Susi will also be joining the team.

The MPL SG Season 6 grand final MVP, Jaymark Aaron Tomas “Hadess” Lazaro, will serve as a substitute in the tournament.

Adam “Adammir” ChongEXP lane
Mara “CHMA” SourJungle
Jay “Jayy” Chng Jun WenMidlane
John Vincent Susi “Innocent” BanalGold lane
Oudom “D7” TyRoam
Jaymark Aaron Tomas “Hadess” LazaroJungle

MPLI 2023 is set to take place from November 15 to 19, with the playoffs scheduled for November 17 to 19 at the GBK Basketball Hall in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Tickets are now available at KiosTix, the tournament’s official ticketing platform.

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