After the conclusion of the M4 World Championship, the best Filipino teams will once again clash on the big stage at the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Philippines Season 11 (MPL PH Season 11).
Blacklist International will try to defend their throne against some of the toughest teams in the MLBB competitive scene, including M4 World Champions ECHO, the revamped Nexplay EVOS, the MSC 2022 champions RSG Slate PH, and so many more.
To keep up with the latest roster changes, here is the full list of rosters of all eight teams competing at MPL PH Season 11.
All the competing players at MPL PH Season 11
The M4 world champions will compete in Season 11 with its core players.
ECHO retained its main five who lifted the M4 World Championship crown. On the other hand, longtime players Jaypee “Jaypee” Dela Cruz and Jankurt “KurtTzy” Matira were sent to ECHO Proud, the organization’s MDL team.
|Sanford “Sanford” Vinuya||EXP lane|
|Karl “KarlTzy” Nepomuceno||Jungle|
|Alston “Sanji” Pabico||Midlane|
|Benedict “Bennyqt” Gonzales||Gold lane|
|Tristan “Yawi” Cabrera||Roam|
|Jian Cedric “Jian” Magtibay||Gold lane|
MPL PH’s defending champions had massive adjustments going into this season.
With Midlaner Salic “Hadji” Imam, analyst Mark “ESON” Gerardo, and Kristoffer “BON CHAN” Ricaplaza taking a break this season, only the V33Wise duo and Edward “EDWARD” Dapadap remained as the veterans in the squad.
They will be joined by newcomers former Nexplay EVOS star Renejay “RENEJAY” Barcase, and rookies Jon Redick “Super Red” Bordeos, Kenneth Carl “Yue” Tadeo, and Jomari David “Archer” Perez.
|Johnmar “OhMyV33NUS” Villaluna||Midlane/Roam|
|Danerie “Wise” Del Rosario||Jungle|
|Renejay “RENEJAY” Barcase||EXP lane|
|Jon Redick “Super Red” Bordeos||Gold lane|
|Kenneth Carl “Yue” Tadeo||Mid lane|
|Edward “EDWARD” Dapadap||EXP lane|
|Jomari David “Archer” Perez||Gold lane|
MPL PH’s comeback kings have new and familiar faces in their squad this season.
Veterans Duane “Kelra” Pillas and Renz “Renzio” Cadua are left to lead the squad after it has been confirmed that Joshua “Ch4knu” Mangilog is taking a break this season.
Former Bren Esports’ Dale “Stowm” Vidor has also joined the squad and will take over the midlane position after former starting midlaner Patrick James “E2MAX” Caidic became the technical coach.
|Duane “Kelra” Pillas||Gold lane|
|Renz “Renzio” Cadua||EXP lane|
|Dean Christian “Raizen” Sumagui||Jungle|
|Deomark “Mikko” Tabangay||Roam|
|Dale “Stowm” Vidor||Midlane|
|Louis Gabriel “Louis” Ariola||EXP lane|
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Nexplay EVOS released all of its players, except for Jeniel “YellyHaze” Bata-anon in the offseason, and acquired the whole roster of Minana Esports, a powerhouse amateur team that has multiple awards in the MLBB underground scene.
|Jeniel “YellyHaze” Bata-anon||Midlane|
|Bien “BoyetDR” Chumacera||Jungle|
|Christian “GoyongDR” Martinez||Midlane|
|Jan Domenic “DomengDR“ Del Mundo||Gold lane|
|Borris James “BruskoDR” Parro||Roam|
|Danver “DingDR” Canja||EXP lane|
The M2 world champions retained much of its lineup this season with the exception of a few releases such as Kenneth “Saxa” Fedelin, roamer Vincent “Joy Boy” De Guzman, and midlaner Dale “Stowm” Vidal.
Superstar Angelo “Pheww” Arcangel still spearheads the team and will be alongside MPL PH Season 10 rookie of the season Kyle Angelo “KyleTzy” Sayson.
|Angelo “Pheww” Arcangel||Midlane|
|David “FlapTzy” Canon||EXP lane|
|Kyle Angelo “KyleTzy” Sayson||Jungle|
|Marco “Super Marco” Requitano||Gold lane|
|Rowgien Stimpson “Owgwen” Unigo||Roam|
|Vincent “Pandora” Unigo||EXP laner|
Team captain Ralph “Rapidoot” Adrales departed ONIC to play in the organization’s MDL team, ONIC Arsenals. Jefferdson “Kekedot” Mogol will take the starting roamer role and will play alongside newcomer Archie “Pancake” Guevarra Jr.
|Nowee “Ryota” Macasa||EXP lane|
|Frince Miguel “SUPER FRINCE” Ramirez||Midlane|
|Stephen “Sensui” Castillo||Jungle|
|Kenneth “Netskie” Barro||Gold lane|
|Landher “Der” San Gabriel||EXP lane|
|Jefferdson “Kekedot” Mogol||Roam|
|Archie “Pancake” Guevarra Jr.||Roam|
RSG Slate PH
The biggest change RSG Slate have this season was the acquisition of star jungler John Paul “H2Wo” Salonga from Nexplay EVOS. He will try to fill in the spot left by Jonard Cedrix “Demonkite” Caranto, who will take a break this season.
The Season 9 champions also signed rookies Salvick “Kouzen” Tolarba and Jann Kirk “Kirk” Gutierrez after Clarense “Kousei” Camilo, John “1rrad” Tuazon, and John “Perkz” Sumawan were placed in RSG Ignite, the team’s MDL squad.
|Dylan “Light” Catipon||Roam|
|Eman “EMANN” Sangco||Gold lane|
|Nathanael “Nathzz” Estrologo||EXP lane|
|Dexter “Exort” Martinez||Midlane|
|John Paul “H2wo” Salonga||Jungle|
|Salvick “Kouzen” Tolarba||Gold lane|
|Jann Kirk “Kirk” Gutierrez||EXP lane|
TNC is going all in this season as they’ll compete with the most number of players this season at ten. Seasoned roamer Ben “Benthings” Maglaque remains the team captain and will lead rookies King Cyric “K1NGKONG” Perez, Jetson “Goyo” Ignacio, Kristofer Malcus “Hesu” Calderon, John Vincent “Innocent” Banal, and Jayson “Riku” Alupit.
Former Bren Esports player Kenneth “Saxa” Fedelin is also part of the squad and will now be the starting jungler with the departure of Daniel “SDzyz” Chu.
|Ben “Benthings” Maglaque||Roam|
|Joemarie “Escalera” Delos Santos||Roam|
|Mark “Kramm” Rustana||EXP lane|
|Robee Bryan “Ninjakilla” Pormocille||Gold Lane|
|Kenneth “Saxa” Fedelin||Jungle|
|King Cyric “K1NGKONG” Perez||Jungle|
|Jetson “Goyo” Ignacio||Midlane|
|Kristofer Malcus “Hesu” Calderon||EXP Lane|
|John Vincent “Innocent” Banal||Gold Lane|
|Jayson “Riku” Alupit||Mid Lane|
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