MPL MY Season 11 Full Rosters of All Teams Participating
The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Malaysia (MPL MY) Season 11 is on in full swing. Eight teams from the previous season and two teams from the qualifier stage shall compete for the title as well as the lion’s share of the $100,000 USD prize pool. The crowned champion shall also earn a ticket to the upcoming Mobile Legends Southeast Asia Cup (MSC) 2023. The stakes are high in the MPL MY Season 11 as only one team shall represent the region in the upcoming international event. Here are all the teams and their full rosters for the ongoing league season.
Full rosters of MPL MY Season 11 Teams
The legendary Todak signed two Filipino imports to fortify its roster. The squad acquired former Bren Esports player, Mujahid “Malik” Malik, and amateur standouts Karl “Karl” Devosora and Patrick “Lawtrick” Ciego.
One of the latest contenders in the MPL MY esports scene is Team Secret. The team debuted with a solid lineup comprised of former Orange Esports talents. The squad also signed former TNC Pro Team roamer Salman “KingSalman” Macarambon, and amateur player Santi Sucre.
The defending champion is looking to defend its throne in the MPL MY Season 11. The squad retained most of its main players while adding a few amateur standouts along with former Omega Esports player Robert “Hito” Candoy.
Team Lunatix is looking to dominate this season alongside former Bren Esports player Jomari “Jowm” Pingol and former ONIC Prodigy player Erwin “Fenryr.”
RED Esports MY
RED Esports fortified its roster by signing the former members of Team Lunatix’ Eyymal, Beng, and LL Stylish. The team is looking to up its game in the MPL MY Season 11 after finishing 6th place last season.
The squad is looking to keep its momentum going by retaining the majority of its players while also signing former Team HAQ player Luk “Valenz” Yip.
HomBois fortified its lineup with one of the most iconic coaches in the MPL Philippines (PH) esports scene Steve “Dale” Vitug. The coach previously led the Myanmar team Falcon Esports into finishing at a respectable 5th place.
RSG Slate MY
In partnership with Slate Esports, RSG MY shall compete in the MPL MY Season 11 featuring the former Bigetron Alpha pro player Muhammad “RIPPO” Halim.
Red Giants Esports
RED Esports earned its spot in the regular season through the qualifiers. The squad is composed of former Team SMG players Syed “Syf” Naufal, Muhammad “Eshaa” Halizan, and former RSG MY player Izme “KaizerJin” Hamsjid.
Madness Esports is one of the teams that climbed its way up through the qualifiers event. The team shall debut in the MPL MY Season 11 and is looking to win the championship title and the MSC 2023 ticket.
It shall be most interesting to see who will win the MPL MY Season 11 championship title and represent Malaysia in the upcoming MSC 2023.