31st SEA Games Mobile Legends Esports Event: Schedule, Format, Where to Watch

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31st SEA Games Mobile Legends Esports Event: Schedule, Format, Teams, Where to Watch

John Dave Rossel
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Highlights
The MLBB event for the 31st SEA Games will start on 18th May leading to its grand finals on 20th May.
The group distributions have also been finalized with four teams in Group A and three teams in Group B.
Pro players for each team will use their surnames or first names instead of the usual in-game nicknames.

The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) esports event for the 31st Southeast Asia (SEA) Games will soon commence on 18th May starting with the Group Stage. The group distributions for each participating region have also been finalized with four teams in Group A and three teams in Group B. The participating regions for the MLBB esports division namely, the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Laos, Vietnam, and Myanmar will be competing for the prestigious gold medal. The 31st SEA Games is a biannual event that features competitions for both traditional sports and esports titles to determine which is the strongest region in South East Asia.

Tournament Format and Match Schedule

The teams of the seven participating countries were divided into two groups.

  • Group Stage - 18th - 19th May

Here are the match schedules for the Group Stage;

Group Stage Matches

Mobile Legends

Group Stage Preview

Mobile Legends

  • Grand Finals - 20th May

Participating Teams

The participants are required to use their surname or first name during matches. This means, all participants will be named according to their real names and not their in-game nicknames.

Vietnam

  • Lê Ngọc Anh

  • Lâm Văn Đạt

  • Nguyễn Công Nam

  • Nguyễn Đức Nam

  • Phạm Ngọc Trạng

  • Đỗ Tiến Thành

  • Trương Anh Tú

Indonesia

  • Rivaldi Fatah

  • Albert Neilsen Iskandar

  • Ihsan Besari Kusudana

  • Calvin Winata

  • Calvin

  • Gilang

  • Nicky Fernando Pontonuwu

  • Chen Jui Teng (Coach)

  • Adi Syofian Asyauri (Coach)

  • Ronaldo Aditya Lieberth (Analyst)

  • Bramanthyo Rinaldy (Manager)

Malaysia

  • Idreen Abdul Jamal

  • Muhammad Danial Muhammad Fuad

  • Zikry Shamsuddin

  • Wan Usman Wan Imran

  • Mohamad Farhan Wakiman

  • Mohd Zul Hisham Mohd Noor

  • Muhammad Amirul Raziq

  • Zairul Hazim Zailani (Coach)

Singapore

  • Chong Ru Chyi

  • Remas Ker Zhen Hong

  • Basil Lim Dao Ze

  • Chong Jin Ee Adam

  • Akihiro Furusawa

  • Daryl Ng Jun Da (Coach)

Laos

  • Sengathit Phounsavat

  • Mongkonethong Sinbandit

  • Phonesana Inthavongxay

  • Khampaseuth Hanxana

  • Anousak Aphaiyasah

  • Vanvilay Ouanlamany

  • Sathaphone Kayavong (Coach)

Philippines

  • Kyle Dominic Soto

  • Danerie James Del Rosario

  • Salic Alauya Imam

  • Lee Howard Gonzales

  • Johnmar Villaluna

  • Russel Aaron Usi

  • Kristoffer Ed L. Ricaplaza (Coach)

  • Aniel Jiandani (Coach)

  • Dexstar Louise Cruz Alaba (Coach)

Myanmar

  • Kyaw Khaung Htut

  • Wai Phyo Aung

  • Khant Kyaw Zay

  • Zaw Thu Hein

  • Thet Naing Zaw

Where to watch 31st SEA Games Mobile Legends

Matches will be broadcasted live on the following streaming platforms;

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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.