The Philippines and Indonesia win Gold medals in Mobile Legends at the 32nd SEA Games 2023 for the male and female category

The Philippines and Indonesia dominate in Mobile Legends!

The Philippines and Indonesia won gold medals at the 32nd Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) in the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Male and Female category. The MLBB esports competitions took place from May 10 to May 14 at the NABA Theatre in Nagaworld 2, Phnom Penh.

Team Philippines edged past Malaysia to clinch gold for the 3rd time at the 32nd SEA Games

In the Male Category, Team Philippines defeated Malaysia 3:0 in a sweep in a best-of-five (Bo5) series. Angelo Kyle D. Arcangel, Michael Angelo E. Sayson, Marco Stephen B. Requitiano, David Charles L. Canon, Rowgien Stimpson N. Unigo, and Nowee C. Macasa were the representatives of the nation. Francis “Ducky” Glindro and Vrendon Lin are the team’s coaches.

The Philippines has now won three gold medals at the biennial SEA Games tournament, defeating eight other nations. Angelo Kyle D. Arcangel, the team captain, has become the first Southeast Asian player to win two gold medals in MLBB history.

GOLDPhilippinesAngelo Kyle D. Arcangel
Michael Angelo E. Sayson
Marco Stephen B. Requitiano
David Charles L. Canon
Rowgien Stimpson N. Unigo
Nowee C. Macasa
SILVERMalaysiaMuhammad Syafizan Najmi
Muhammad Arif Abdul Halim
Muhammad  Danial Mohamad Fuad
Muhammad Nazhan Mohd Nor
Mohammad Irwandy Lim
Mohamad Zul Hisham Mohd Noor
Idreen Abdul Jamal
BRONZE (3rd Placer)MyanmarYe Naung Oo
Zaya Win Paing
Min Ko Ko
Pyae Sone Khant
Pay Hein Ko
Swan Htet Aung
Kyaw Zin Bo
BRONZE (4th Placer)CambodiaCheang Piseth
Nhem Chandavan
Khoun Amey
Ty Oudom
Sok Roth
Pich Sopheak
Kosal Pseth

Team Malaysia settled for a silver finish in second place. Teams Myanmar and Cambodia took third and fourth place, respectively, and were awarded bronze medals.

Indonesia defeated the Philippines to win the gold in the Female category

On May 11, 2023, Indonesia defeated the Philippines 3:2 in a best-of-five (Bo5) match series for the Female category. Team Indonesia was represented by Vivi Indrawaty, Viorelle Valencia Chen, Cindy Laurent Siswanto, Isnaini Nurfajrih Machdita, Venny Lim, and Michelle Denise Siswanto.

Coach Tasia Eda Lestari served as their leader. According to Esports Charts, the female tournament had the highest peak concurrent viewership ever (1,367,274), making it the most viewed female esports event ever.

Mobile Legends (SEA) 2023 female champions
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Teams Malaysia and Vietnam had to settle for third and fourth places and bronze medals, while Team Philippines earned a seat on the podium with silver.

GOLDIndonesiaVivi Indrawaty
Viorelle Valencia Chen
Cindy Laurent Siswanto
Isnaini Nurfajrih Machdita
Venny Lim
Michelle Denise Siswanto
SILVERPhilippinesGwyneth Diagon
Alexandria Dhzoie D. Dardo
Mery Christine Vivero
Rica Fatima Amores
Kaye Maerylle Alpuerto
Sheen Perez
BRONZE (3rd Place)MalaysiaNurul Effa Fauzana Mohd Fauzi
Vanessa Natasha Abdullah
Wan Nur Adibah Humairah
Anatasha Norman
Sharifah Alia Husna
Nur Afrina Syuhada Ahmad Shaltut
Hanis Wahidah Mohamad Dashuki
BRONZE (4th Place)VietnamMie – Lương Khánh Hoà
Tiumah – Lê Ngọc Tâm Nhi
Miku – Phạm Thu Hằng,
Ngọc Bé – Phan Thị Bích Ngọc
Daisy – Nông Thị Ngọc Ánh

An independent women’s MLBB tournament was presented for the first time at the Southeast Asian multi-sport event. Six (6) teams altogether participated, including Laos and Cambodia, the host nation. Fans of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang esports may still anticipate thrilling matches in June as Cambodia will once again serve as the host country for the forthcoming MSC 2023. Global teams from the Middle East, Turkey, and North America will compete at the international.

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