Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) has achieved a lot last year, especially in the esports scene. This is all thanks to the continued support of its fans and the dedication that esports pros showed in every esports tournaments held. The MPL - PH Annual Selection was held to commemorate and appreciate the contributions of esports professionals to the game.
The MPL - PH Annual Selection Winners
Bren Esports bagged a total of 6 awards from the award ceremony. This is a huge achievement for the organization.
Best Club of the Year
Bren won the title of Best Club of the Year. This is truly a worthy award for Bren Esports with their big achievements in MLBB esports events. They took the runner-up finish in the One Esports MPL Invitationals before successfully securing the title of champions in The Nationals Season 2.
Most Well Branded Club of the Year
Onic PH won the Most Well Branded Club of the Year. This is true considering how popular they are when it comes to promoting themselves through comedy and memes. Their way of promoting their organization has captured the humor of their fans.
Best Coach of the Year
Francis “Duckry” Glindro, earned the tile of Best Coach of the Year. He was the coach for Bren Esports during MPL-PH S5, MPL-PH S6, and MPL Invitational.
Best Caster of the Year
Manjean Faldas is one of the most popular casters when it comes to MLBB tournaments. He bagged the title of Best Caster of the Year and we’ll probably get to see more of him soon on the M2 World Championship this January 18, 2021.
MVP of the Year
There is no doubt that Karl Gabriel “KarlTzy” Nepomuceno is one of the best MLBB esports professionals. He has showcased a lot of amazing plays in last year’s MPL Invitationals. Bren esports’ wonder boy has earned the title of MVP of the Year.
Best Rookie of the Year
David Charles “FlapTzy” Canon earned the title of Best Rookie of the Year. A well-deserved title for Bren Esport’s promising recruit. He has shown that he is capable of keeping up with the pros and can do more if given the time to grow as an esports athlete.
Most Popular Player of the Year
John Paul "H2WO" Salonga earned the Most Popular Player of the Year award. His presence in the MLBB streaming community has made him one of the most memorable esports pros often making game guides for players and collaborating with other MLBB streamers like Akosi Dogie and Magedad Yuji.
Best Team of the Year
The Best team of the Year award is composed of the following esports professionals;
- Angelo Kyle “Pheww” Arcangel, Support.
- Karl Gabriel “KarlTzy” Nepomuceno, Core.
- Joshua “Ch4knu” Mangilog, Tank.
- Gerald "Dlar" Trinchera, EXP Lane.
- Benedict “Bennyqt” Gonzales, Gold Lane.
Last year was indeed an intense year for MLBB Professional Esports. This year, we get to see more action-packed events from Moonton as they open up with the M2 World Championships which will be held in Singapore on January 18, 2021.