Welcome to our weekly instalment of updates for the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League. Since the announcement of the MLBB SEA Cup (MSC) 2021, everyone's been curious about who's going to make the cut for the tournament but that has yet to be determined since we still have a couple of MPLs to wrap up. First, let's take a look at what happened last week.
After a gruelling 4 weeks and the playoffs, it looks like the best teams from MPL-MY/SG (back when it was combined) are still the best teams in the country. The grand finals came down to a showdown between EVOS SG and RSG SG. EVOS SG cruised all the way throughout the upper bracket, only losing a single game to Notorious Villains in the first round, and never dropped another one after that. RSG SG had to start from the lower bracket, but they completely dominated all their opponents in their path, without losing any games until the last match of the tournament. We can't say if it was exhaustion or just a pure outclass, but EVOS SG stomped RSG SG in a clean 3-0 final. Not much to say except congratulations to them for winning the very first season of MPL-SG. Congratulations to Potato, JPL, Girl, Pokemon, Dagger, Swoop and Soul for their victory.
About 3 hours away from Singapore, we had the very exciting sixth week of MPL-PH S7. Blacklist and Aura PH showed why they are kings of their group with their immaculate performances over the weekend. With only one week of the regular season left, things aren't looking great for Cignal Ultra's fresh squad for the season and Laus Playbook Esports, an open qualifier team. Similar to Team Bosskur in MPL-MY S7, they are pretty much mathematically eliminated from the playoffs. Maybe they can pull off some wins next week to boost the morale of the players.
We've got two weeks of calm before the storm - all the teams competing at the MPL-MY S7 playoffs have been decided, and now we play the waiting game. With the Hari Raya break coming up this week, we're sure that the teams will have a nice long break to refresh themselves for the most important matches of their lives. Don't forget to catch the action live on eGG Network TV when it happens. Mark 28-30 May on your calendars!
We know this is a bit late, but we figured we'd update those who missed out on the happenings of the Indonesian MLBB scene. EVOS Legends pulled off an epic lower bracket comeback after being sent down by grand finalists Bigetron Alpha and winning the lower bracket finals. The grand finals showed that the team were championship material as they went on to win the best-of-seven series 4-2 to claim the trophy. We can expect to see the squad appearing at the MSC later this year.
That's it for this week but there's still plenty of Mobile Legends action to come. Make sure you stay tuned to eGG Network for all the latest news and updates!
Eight Singaporean MLBB pro teams will be facing off one last time for the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Singapore (MPL SG) Season 1 championship title! Who will it be, and who will be the top 2 teams to represent Singapore in the MLBB SEA Cup (MSC) 2021?
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We've got our top 4 teams who are advancing to the Playoffs of the LoL: Wild Rift ICON Series SEA Summer Season 2021! As for the bottom 3, there's still hope - one final Playoffs ticket is up for grabs in the Last Chance Gauntlet match day. Witness who will be the final team to qualify for the Playoffs!
Two weeks left of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Philippines (MPL-PH) Regular Season. AURA PH finally snatched the top in Group A, though their opponents are still pretty close behind. In Group B, despite losing two matches last week, Blacklist International are still far ahead of the pack with a seven-point lead.
MPL-PH Season 7 Regular Season continues today (7 May) at 6PM, with the weekend matches (8 and 9 May) at 4.30PM daily, LIVE on MPL-PH FB.
We are finally entering Week 5 of the Dota 2 professional league of DPC 2021, with the upper and lower divisions of continuing for all participating regions. Check out the full schedule on Liquipedia, and make sure to catch the LIVE broadcast of the SEA league on eGG Network TV!
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