The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asian Cup 2022 (MSC 2022) is the biggest MLBB tournament in Southeast Asia.
12 of the best teams in the region will battle it out for the lion’s share of the US$300,000 prize pool and the title of the best Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team in the SEA region.
Here’s the full roster of every SEA team competing in the upcoming MSC 2022.
The full roster of every team competing at MSC 2022
Despite fielding a young lineup, RSG PH shocked fans at MPL PH Season 9 with a dominant performance in the regular season and the playoffs.
Under the guidance of their veteran coach, Brian “Panda” Lim, they will look to continue their winning ways at MSC 2022 against the juggernauts in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore.
|Nathzz Nathanael “Nathzz” Estrologo||EXP lane|
|Jonard Cedrix “Demonkite” Caranto||Jungle|
|Arvie “Aqua” Antonio||Midlane|
|Eman “EMANN” Sangco||Gold lane|
|Dylan “Light” Catipon||Roam|
|Dexter “Exort” Martinez||Midlane|
Five players of Smart Omega came from the MSC 2021 champion team, Execration. Duane “Kelra” Pillas and Renz Errol “Renzio” Cadua are set to defend their MSC throne against new and old foes in the region, this time with the help of one of the Philippines’ fastest rising MLBB stars, Christian “Raizen” Sumagui.
|Renz Errol “Renzio” Cadua||EXP lane|
|Christian “Raizen” Sumagui||Jungle|
|Patrick James “E2Max” Caidic||Midlane|
|Duane “Kelra” Pillas||Gold lane|
|Joshua “Ch4knu” Mangilog||Roam|
|Billy “Z4pnu” Alfonso||Gold lane|
RRQ Hoshi will compete in the tournament with a star-studded lineup, spearheaded by veterans Rivaldi “R7” Fatah and Albert Nielsen “Alberttt” Iskandar. With four MPL titles already under their belt, a win in this tournament will definitely cement the organization as one of the best.
|Rivaldi “R7” Fatah||EXP lane|
|Albert Nielsen “Alberttt” Iskandar||Jungle|
|Deden Muhammad “Clayyy” Nurhasan||Midlane|
|Schevenko David “Skylar” Tendean||Gold lane|
|Muhammad “Lemon” Ikhsan||Multi-role|
ONIC Esports also boasts a long list of local and international achievements in the MLBB competitive scene, such as the ONE Esports MPL Invitational 2021 and MSC 2019. Notable players in the team include MPL PH Season 8 playoffs MVP Muhammad Satrya “Butsss” Sanubari and MPLI 2021 MVP Gilang “S A N Z”.
|Muhammad Satrya “Butsss” Sanubari||EXP lane|
|Gilang “S A N Z”||Jungle|
|Adriand Larsen “Drian” Wong||Midlane|
|Calvin “CW” Winata||Gold lane|
|Nicky “Kiboy” Fernando||Roam|
|Thomas “samoHt” Obadja||Roam|
Todak will compete at MSC 2022 with its usual lineup. After an unsuccessful campaign at the 31st SEA Games, the Malaysian powerhouse aims to bounce back and hopefully win the organization’s first international title.
|Wan “4Meyz” Usman||EXP lane|
|Muhammad “CikuGais” Danial||Jungle|
|Zikry Bin “Moon” Shamsuddin||Midlane|
|Idreen Bin Abdul “Momo” Jamal||Gold lane|
|Mohamad Farhan “Moyy” Wakiman||Roam|
|Abd “YumS” Qayyum||Roam|
Orange Esports have competed since MPL MYSG Season 5 and are considered one of the most consistent teams in Malaysia. However, three consecutive third-place finishes forced them to make drastic changes to their lineup.
The team was able to secure a second place finish at MPL MY Season 9, while also clinching a slot at MSC 2022.
Their in-game chemistry, however, will be tested as they compete at MSC 2022 without their top dogs Ming “Sana” Brandon and Bellamy “Lolsie” Yeov.
|Amos Ng Jin “505” Rui||Midlane|
|Jovan “babycakes” Ong||Gold lane|
|Yeo Wee “Diablo” Lun||Roam|
|Lim “Ly4ly4ly4” Yang||Gold lane|
The crowd favorites in MPL SG, EVOS SG will have another chance at redemption after Cambodia’s Impunity KH eliminated them in the first round of the playoffs at MSC 2021. This year, they are grouped with the same team that eliminated them in Group D.
With the return of Stefan Chong “Soul” Ru Chyi to the lineup and Adam “Adammir” Chong’s meteoric rise as one of the best gold laners in the competitive scene, it’s exciting to see how far this team will go in the tournament.
|Tristan Christopher “Gear” Nathanael||EXP lane|
|Goh “Joxxx” Skye||Jungle|
|Basil “Seilah” Lim Dao Ze||Midlane|
|Adam “Adammir” Chong||Gold lane|
|Akihiro “JPL” Furusawa||Roam|
|Stefan Chong “Soul” Ru Chyi||EXP lane|
The Cambodian squad proved that they are a top-caliber team after being the only non-MPL organization to qualify for the playoffs at MSC 2021. Their lineup remains mostly unchanged, except for the absence of Pich “Wightnite” Sopheak, who transferred to See You Soon.
|Ly “BOOM” Kimlong||EXP lane|
|Chhuon “Oppi” Phengkong||Jungle|
|Chan “Senpai” Soksreng||Midlane|
|Houn Chan “Deja” Vicha||Gold lane|
|Tan “TYYY” Yuongty||Roam|
|Dok “Bob” Phengphirak||EXP lane|
See You Soon
See You Soon first rose to prominence after winning the inaugural MPL KH Season 1, defeating fan-favorite Impunity KH in the upper bracket semifinal and DG Quantum in the upper bracket final and grand final.
This will be their third time competing internationally, having already played in two international tournaments at ONE Esports MPLI 2021 and the M3 World Championship.
|Felix Boy Loy||EXP lane|
|Seng “EMBER” Monyoudom||Midlane|
|Sok “BOXI” Virea||Roam|
|Sam “PARAGON” Sophanny||Multi-role|
Falcon Esports were champions of the Myanmar Qualifier, securing their slot at MSC 2022. Most of its players came from Ronin Esports, a squad that surprised several teams during the ONE Esports MPL Invitational 2020.
During that tournament, they took down powerhouse teams Execration and EVOS SG in the playoffs, before succumbing to fellow Myanmar team Burmese Ghouls in the quarterfinal.
|Hein Min “yellowflash” Khant||EXP lane|
|Kenneth “Kenn” Hein||Jungle|
|Pyae Sone “JustiN” Khant||Midlane|
|Min “Naomi” Ko ko||Roam|
IDONOTSLEEP fought tooth and nail in the Mekong Qualifier against teams from Thailand, Vietnam, and Laos, eventually winning it all and clinching the final MSC slot.
Their roster mostly consists of players who competed in last year’s MSC, with the addition of sun x aompak and Angelina this time around.
|sun x aompak||EXP lane|
The group stage will start on June 11. Check out ONE Esports’ Facebook page for more MSC 2022 updates.
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