Mobile Legends Ranks: Full List of Tiers and End of Season Rewards

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Mobile Legends Ranks: Full List of Tiers and End of Season Rewards

John Dave Rossel
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  • Ranks in Mobile Legends determines the players’ proficiency and experience in the game.
  • This season’s exclusive ranked skin reward is Street Enforcer Akai.
  • The ranked season 19 has officially ended and Master and above ranked players will receive this skin after updating the game.

The ranked game mode of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is a commonly played game mode due to its seasonal skin rewards. Every player who reached the Master tier and above will receive an exclusive ranked season skin which cannot be obtained anywhere else in the game. The Mobile Legends ranked game mode usually lasts for three months and can be unlocked after reaching account level eight and having unlocked at least six permanent heroes. Players will be placed in one of the seven ranks based on their skills in the game with the Warrior being the lowest rank followed by the Elite, Master, Grandmaster, Epic, Legend, and the highest rank, Mythic. Here's are more details regarding MLBB’s rank tiers and rewards.

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Mobile Legends Rank Tiers

Ranks in Mobile Legends determines the players’ proficiency and experience in the game. The better you are in the game, the higher you can climb the ranked ladder. There are two types of ranked systems in MLBB, namely the Stars system which applies up to Legend rank, and the Points system for Mythic and above rank. Players will have to earn the required amount of stars in each division in order to get promoted to a higher rank.

Each rank will reward players with tickets and Battle Points.

There are 8 Rank Divisions in the game, the Warrior, Elite, Master, Grandmaster, Epic, Legend, Mythic, and Glorious Mythic. These divisions with the exception of the Mythic and Glorious Mythic have their respective tiers. 

Here is a full list of all ML tiers ranging from the lowest to the highest.

  • Warrior III
  • Warrior II
  • Warrior I
  • Elite IV
  • Elite III
  • Elite II
  • Elite I
  • Master IV
  • Master III
  • Master II
  • Master I
  • Grandmaster IV
  • Grandmaster III
  • Grandmaster II
  • Grandmaster I
  • Epic IV
  • Epic III
  • Epic II
  • Epic I
  • Legend IV
  • Legend III
  • Legend II
  • Legend I
  • Mythic
  • Glorious Mythic (Only top 50 players in each server)

Ranked Rewards

Season 19

This season’s exclusive ranked skin reward is Street Enforcer Akai. This exclusive skin reward will be given to players who reached Master and above rank at the end of Season 19. 

Street Enforcer Kai - Season 19 Skin Ranked Reward

The ranked season 19 has officially ended and Master and above ranked players will receive this skin after updating the game. 

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Ranked Tier Rewards

Along with the ranked season skin reward, players will also receive a few in-game loots based on their division at the end of the ranked season. 

Warrior I, II, II

  • 100 Tickets
  • 1,000 BP
  • 1x Premium Skin Fragment

Elite I, II, III, IV

  • 200 Tickets
  • 2,000 BP
  • 3x Premium Skin Fragment

Master I, II, III, IV

  • 300 Tickets
  • 4,000 BP
  • Season Exclusive Skin

Grandmaster I, II, III, IV

  • 600 Tickets
  • 7,000 BP
  • Season Exclusive Skin

Epic I, II, III, IV

  • 1000 Tickets
  • 12,000 BP
  • Season Exclusive Skin

Legend I, II, III, IV

  • 1500 Tickets
  • 20,000 BP
  • Season Exclusive Skin

Mythic I, II, III, IV

  • 1500 Tickets
  • 20,000 BP
  • Season Exclusive Skin
  • Mythic Battle Emote (100 Days)

Glorious Mythic I, II, III, IV

  • 1500 Tickets
  • 20,000 BP
  • Season Exclusive Skin
  • Mythic Battle Emote (100 Days)

The Mobile Legends ranked season 19 rewards have been distributed to players. However, the exclusive ranked season 20 skin reward is yet to be announced. MLBB players will have to keep their eyes peeled for future updates.

John is a mobile esports writer for AFK Gaming that specializes in Wild Rift and Mobile Legends, whilst also maintaining an overview of the Free Fire, COD Mobile and PUBG Mobile esports scenes.