EVOS SG Successfully Defend Their Championship at MPL SG Season 2
EVOS SG took the championship title for the second time in a row in the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) Singapore (SG) Season 2. The back-to-back champions cruised through the upper bracket of the playoffs stage, sending the two powerhouses, Kingsmen and RSG SG, down to the lower bracket. RSG SG sought vengeance and crawled its way back to the grand finals. However, EVOS SG showcased dominance with a grand final match score of 4-1. The MPL SG Season 2 champion EVOS SG and the runner-up RSG SG will represent Singapore in the upcoming M3 World Championship.
EVOS SG and RSG SG booked their ticket to the M3 World Championship
The MPL SG Season 2 has finally concluded with the defending champion EVOS SG retaining its title as the back-to-back champion. The grand finals match was smooth sailing for the reigning champion with a final match score of 4-1.
In the first game, RSG SG showed their hunger for revenge and secured the first win thanks to Jovan “babycakes” Ong Jin Heng’s Paquito. However, EVOS SG turned the tide as it secured four consecutive wins and closed the game.
The defending champions comprise of the following pro players:
Andrew “Potato” Lim
Akihiro “JPL” Furusawa
Chong “Adammir” Jin Ee Adam
Tristan “Gear” Christopher Nathanael
Basil “Seilah” Lim Dao Ze
Roy “Smokey” Chua Wei Heng
Daryl “Youngin” Ng Jun Da (Coach)
Chong “Soul” Ru Chyi (Manager)
Adammir was announced as the match MVP. His excellent roaming capabilities allowed EVOS SG to focus on objectives alongside suppressing RSG SG, preventing them from gaining any advantage.
EVOS SG successfully defended its championship title while RSG SG settled for a runner-up finish. Both teams will be heading to the M3 World Championship as representatives for the Singapore region.
The is expected to kick off in December 2021 and will feature the top teams from all MPL regions as well as the champions from other regional qualifiers. The tournament boasts a massive prize pool of $800,000 USD, more than twice the size of the previous prize pool.
It will be interesting to see how EVOS SG and RSG SG perform against the top teams from different regions in the upcoming M3 World Championship.