PH, Indonesia drawn in separate groups in SEAG MLBB – Manila Bulletin


PH, Indonesia drawn in separate groups in SEAG MLBB

The powerhouse teams of the Philippines and Indonesia were drawn into separate groups at the Mobile Legends Bang Bang esports event of the 31st Southeast Asian Games in Vietnam.

Philippine Esports Organization Photo

The Sibol MLBB national team, which will be bannered by the core M3 World Champions Blacklist International consisting of Danerie “Wise” Del Rosario, Jonmar “OhmyV33nus” Villaluna and Salic “Hadji” Imam, will join Malaysia, Laos and Myanmar in the group A.

They will be joined by amateur stars Lee Howard Gonzales and Kyle Dominic Soto who will replace Kiel “Oheb” Soriano and Edward “Edward” Dapadap who were ruled ineligible for the tournament due to Hanoi’s age restriction.

Indonesia, meanwhile, has put together an all-star cast including Rivaldi “R7” Fatah, Albert “Alberttt” Neilsen Iskandar and Calvin “Vynn” of RRQ Hoshi, Ihsan “Luminaire” Besari Kusudana of Evos Legends and Calvin “CW” Winata of Onic Esports.

Malaysia, meanwhile, will field professional players from Todak while Singapore will feature four players from the professional team EVOS Singapore. Host Vietnam will be made up of Cyber ​​EXE players while Laos and Myanmar will be bannered by Nightmare Esports and Trend Esports players respectively.

In other esports events, team Sibol Wild Rift are grouped with Thailand and Malaysia in Pool B while the powerhouse of Vietnam joined Laos, Singapore and Myanmar in Pool A.

In Crossfire, the Filipino bets will tangle against the Indonesians in the top bracket while hosts Vietnam will face Laos in the other bracket. The Sibol League of Legends team, meanwhile, will be in Group A along with Singapore and Thailand while Laos, Malaysia and Vietnam will be in Group B.

Esports events begin on May 13.

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