April 12, 2024

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Bang Bang at 31st SEA Games

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Bang Bang at 31st SEA Games

The 30th SEA Video games held in Manila again in 2019 released esports into the lineup of athletic activities, with Crew Philippines bringing household three gold medals in that year on your own. For this year’s 31st SEA Video games in Hanoi, Workforce Philippines continues their domination in a much beloved mobile MOBA.


Crew Philippines, also known as SIBOL Mobile Legends: Bang Bang workforce, won the gold medal at the 31st SEA Games. SIBOL MLBB gained versus Staff Indonesia in a greatest-of-5 series, ending the match with a 3-1 rating.

In 2019, the Philippines and Indonesia have been also the finalists all through the 30th SEA Games Cell Legends: Bang Bang, with the Philippines hailed as the champions with a 3:2 match score.

The SIBOL MLBB lineup is composed of veteran players from Blacklist Global, specifically Johnmar “PHI VILLALUNA” Villaluna as group captain, together with Danerie “PHI DEL ROSARIO” Del Rosario, Salic “Hadji” Imam, and Dexter “PHI ALABA” Alaba.

Novice gamers Kyle “PHI SOTO” Soto, Howard “PHI GONZALES” Gonzales, and Russel “PHI USI” Usi, who have never competed in any Cell Legends: Bang Bang Professional Leagues or tournaments prior to the SEA Games, ended up element of the winning roster.

Silver medalists Staff Indonesia was skilled and guided by Coach Chen Jui “INA James” Teng and featured the abilities of Albert Neilsen “INA Alberttt” Iskandar, Gilang “INA SANZ”, Calvin “INA VYN”, and Rivaldi “INA R7” Fatah from RRQ Hoshi, Calvin “INA CW” Winata, and Nicky Fernando “INA Kiboy” Pontonuwu from ONIC Esports, and Ihsan Besari “INA Luminaire” Kusudana from EVOS Legends.

Bringing home the bronze medal is Team Singapore, coached by Daryl “SGP Youngin” Ng, the team consisting of Chong “SGP Soul” Ru Chyi, Basil’ “SGP Seilah” Lim, Remas “SGP Remaniscent” Ker, Akihiro “SGP JPL” Furusawa, and Adam “SGP Adammir” Chong fought valiantly to the conclude.

According to Esports Charts, the 31st SEA Games MLBB event attained a new peak-concurrent viewership of 2.2 million with an ordinary of 610,000 viewers, showing how well known this medal function is in the location.

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