MOBILE LEGENDS: BANG BANG PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE is the largest and most prestigious mobile games competition in Southeast Asia.

In the Philippines, the league was officially established in 2018 and Aether Main was the Season 1 champion.

Season 2 ran from October 2018 to January 2019 and saw Cignal Ultra defy the odds to win the title.

Season 3 was held between March and May 2019. This time, ArkAngel emerged as victors.

Season 4 saw Sunsparks emerge victorious, after a very back and forth grand finals.

In Season 5, Sunsparks won the champions again.

In Season 6, Bren Esports came out on top after a very impressive dominant run throughout the entirety of the season and took home the title of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) M2 World Champions.

In Season 7, Blacklist International took the crown after a hyped finals versus Execration, who eventually won the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup 2021.

After their defeat in the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup 2021, Blacklist International bounced back and secured the Season 8 Champions, the first Champions in the inaugural franchise league season as well as the second back-to-back Champions team in the MPL Philippines history. The momentum continued as they became the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) M3 World Champions.

Season 9 proved to be the break-out year for RSG PH. Once dubbed ‘Kingslayers,’ RSG PH became the ‘Kings of MPL-PH’ after its dominant run. Shortly after, RSG PH conquered Southeast Asia and came out victorious over Indonesia’s pride RRQ Hoshi in the recent MSC 2022. It was a spectacular year for the team, but can they do it again in MPL-PH Season 10?

In its 10th Season, the Philippines celebrates its MLBB strengths as one of the largest and most dominant countries worldwide with its unparalleled record of achievements. MPL Philippines looks back to its 10 successful seasons with Filipino fans who have contributed to the league’s growth in the past years.


The entire tournament is streamed live on MLBB’s Facebook page, Youtube channel and Tiktok.

For more information, visit MPL-PH official website www.ph-mpl.com.