Most Successful MLBB Teams So Far


Most Successful MLBB Teams So Far

John Dave Rossel
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The MLBB esports scene has grown a lot in the past few years with new teams entering the scene and competing with the veterans.
A lot of esports organizations have proven to have found success within the MLBB esports scene.
Here is a list of the most successful teams in MLBB in terms of tournament standing and overall earnings.

The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) esports scene has grown significantly over the past few years. As more official league contests outside of Asia were opened, it has expanded geographically. The M4 World Championship also experienced advancements as more teams from a wider geographic are now welcome to compete for the honor of being crowned the world champions. As the MLBB esports scene continues to grow and develop, numerous esports organizations continue to demonstrate or prove their superiority. Whether they are still new or have been competing since the early days of the esports scene. Here is a list of the most successful MLBB teams so far.

RRQ Hoshi

RRQ Hoshi is arguably one of the fan-favorite teams in Indonesia. The team amassed a massive following and has won four championship titles and over 11 top 4 finishes. The team recently won the Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) Indonesia (ID) Season 9 and is currently defending its title in Season 10.

The team's earnings from its journey in the MLBB esports scene are approximately $804,000 USD.

ONIC Esports

The esports organization increased the geographic reach of its MLBB teams. However, the most successful team at the moment is its Indonesian division. Currently, ONIC Esports has four championship victories and ten top-four finishes. It recently finished first in the MPL ID Season 10 leaderboard with a 12-point total, and it is now en route to contend for another championship title and a spot in the M4 World Championship.

It has earned approximately $434,000 USD in total earnings during its time in the MLBB esports scene.

EVOS Legends

One of the world's oldest MLBB esports teams. In the history of MLBB esports, the team took home the first-ever world championship title. At the moment, EVOS Legends has eight top 4 finishes and four championship victories. The team's most recent significant triumph was the MPL ID Season 7. However, the team has been struggling to find its momentum in recent tournaments and has failed to secure a playoff spot in Season 10.

EVOS Legends has made about $487,000 USD over the course of its involvement in the MLBB esports scene.

Blacklist International

The Philippines' premier MLBB squad. By winning three championships in the span of a single year, Blacklist International soared to the top of the global rankings as one of the most dominant teams. This covers the M3 World Championship and Seasons 7 and 8 of the MPL Philippines (PH). Overall, seven top 4 finishes and four major championship victories have been achieved by the group so far. While the team had a minor setback during Season 9, Blacklist International has returned to its championship form and is now vying for an M4 World Championship slot in Season 10.

The team has made about $453,000 USD during its time competing in the MLBB esports scene.

Alter Ego

One of Indonesia's most recognizable esports organizations is Alter Ego (AE). With over three championship titles and 14 tournaments where it placed in the top 4, it is one of the most active esports organizations in Indonesia. Its most recent championship win is the ONE Esports MPL Invitational 2020 where it triumphed over the M2 World Champion Bren Esports in the grand finals.

Its cumulative earnings throughout its career in the MLBB esports scene have been roughly $226,000 USD.

The MLBB Esports scene is still expanding and doesn't appear to be slowing down. The match against RRQ Hoshi and EVOS Legends in the MPL ID Season 10 garnered a whopping 1.7 million peak viewers for the entire month of August 2022. According to a report from Esports Charts, this made it the most watched esports broadcast in that month, exceeding other PC esports competitions like the League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) Summer 2022, Valorant Champions 2022, and PGL Arlington Major 2022.

It will be interesting to see how big the MLBB esports scene grows in the next few years.

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John has been reporting developments on major mobile MOBA titles such as Mobile Legends, Wild Rift, and Arena of Valor for over two years. He also understands and follows various other PC/Mobile games such as League of Legends, Crossfire, Warcraft and more.

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