MSC 2023 Qualifier Myanmar Officially Announced
The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) Southeast Asia Cup (MSC) 2023 Qualifier Myanmar group stage is currently ongoing. The tournament shall feature four Burmese contenders and four directly invited powerhouse teams from the region. The crowned champion shall earn the privilege of representing Myanmar in the upcoming MSC 2023 and compete for this year’s championship title as well as the lion’s share of the $4,700 USD prize pool.
Moonton previously announced that the to spice up the competition. The tournament is scheduled to be held on 10th June with qualifier events for participating regions currently ongoing to determine their representative teams.
MSC 2023 Qualifier Myanmar List of Teams and Roster
Here is the list of participating teams and their team roster;
Kyaw "Benno" Khaung Htut
Wai "PS" Phyo Aung
Khant "OHMYJ3NNIE" Kyaw Zay
Thet "Black" Naing Zaw
Win "PVNDV" Thuta - Coach
LynnXDaddy - Coach
Pyae "Kenn" Ko
Pyae "JustiN" Khant
Kyaw "Zippx" Bo
Swan "Ruby DD" Aung
Min "Naomi" Ko
Zaya "Sayargyi" Paing - Coach
Hiccup - Analyst
Kalama - Coach
M God - Coach
Sh!nn - Coach
MSC 2023 Qualifier Myanmar Group Stage Teams
Based on the group draw that took place on 25th March, the eight teams have been divided into Group A and B. Here is the list of teams and their respective groups.
The top two teams from each group will advance to the Upper Bracket, while the remaining teams will enter the Lower Bracket. The last team in each group will be eliminated from the tournament. The MSC 2023 Qualifier Myanmar playoffs stage will start from 7th April and shall go on till 9th April.
Where to watch the MSC 2023 Qualifer Myanmar
All matches will be broadcasted live on the official Facebook page of .
MSC 2023 is set to make history this year with the addition of new teams from outside Southeast Asia (SEA), including North America, MENA (Middle East and North Africa), and Turkey. In keeping with the vision of "Esports for Everyone," the tournament aims to increase contender diversity by inviting non-SEA teams to compete in one of the world's largest MOBA tournaments.