The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) Singapore returns for its eighth season.

The open MPL SG Season 8 qualifiers runs from 15 July to 1 August, 2024.

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Teams in the qualifiers compete for a share of the SGD$100,000 prize pool and a chance to represent Singapore at the M6 World Championship in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

How to register for MPL SG Season 8 qualifiers

Open to all Singaporeans, form your team of six (five players plus one sub) to fight for your shot at glory.

The top two teams that emerge from the final qualifying round held on August 3-4 will enter MPL SG to battle against MPL Season 7’s top six in the regular season.

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From there, you’ll stand a chance to fight your way through October’s playoffs to claim the championship title, a hefty SGD$100,000 prize pool, and the ultimate honor: representing Singapore at the M6 World Championship.

MPL SG SEASON 8 QUALIFIERS FORMATDATES (2024)
Qualifiers3-4 August
Regular SeasonWeek 1: 7-8 September
Week 2: 14-15 September
Week 3: 21-22 September
Week 4: 28 September
PlayoffsQuarterfinals and semifinals: 11-12 October 
Grand finals: 13 October

At the recent MSC 2024, Singapore defending Season 7 champions NIP Flash etched their names in history by placing top four during the mid-season tournament that concluded at Boulevard Riyadh City in Saudi Arabia.

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“This is just the beginning of our journey and it is not the end for us. I hope that other Singaporean teams will improve to make our local scene more competitive,” said Yeo “Diablo” Wee Lun. “If we want to catch up with other regions, we cannot stop and we need to keep moving forward!”

Their inspiring performance marks the nation’s best showing in MLBB internationally in three years, setting a new standard for local teams.

Want to follow in the footsteps of NIP Flash? MLBB fans and aspiring esports athletes can now register their teams to chase their own championship dreams. Click here to sign up for MPL SG Season 8 qualifiers.

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