MPL PH Season 7 begins this 19 March
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MPL PH Season 7 begins this 19 March

Mar 19, 2021 San Joe Kim  

The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Philippines (MPL PH) Season 7 finally starts today! It that time of the year again where every region’s MPLs are finally resuming action, and the Philippines will be joining in on the party from 19 March onwards. Here are the teams that will be making their way on screen:

Group A

  • Bren Esports
  • ONIC PH
  • AURA PH
  • Cignal Ultra
  • Work-Auster Force

Group B

  • Blacklist International
  • Execration
  • Omega Esports
  • Nexplay Esports
  • Laus Playbook Esports

Fans would also want to stay up to date on all the matches via the Regular Season (RS) schedule below:

These teams will be duking it out across 8 weeks during the RS that ends on 16 May, with the final RS match day notably featuring 4 matches in total (note that the average match count per day is usually just 2 or 3 matches).  

Here’s a quick glance at the RS format as well for those who are interested:

The power of familiarity

Fans should be aware though that Bren Esports and Omega Esports, the 2 teams that participated in the recent M2 World Championships, have actually not done any roster changes whatsoever. The previous Season 6 Champions and 2nd place finishers respectively have made the decision to stick to what has been working well for them. As the common saying goes “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. The teams in Season 7 will definitely be in for a treat though. Everyone else will personally get their chances at taking a shot against the infamous M2 world champs, Bren Esports throughout the season. It will be a great experience and morale booster for the Philippines league, but it will also be just as exciting to see whether a brand new team emerges as a dark house to potentially dethrone Bren Esports. We’ll just have to find out as the season unfolds, so be sure to catch all the matches live today onwards!

About San Joe Kim

An otaku that has a soft spot for JRPGs, Joe is a lad that loves just about anything and everything video games. While trying to come to terms with his backlog, Joe spends time writing about various esports alongside some occasional tech stuff. He seems to also be of the opinion that the 2D world is better than the 3D world.

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