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Pinas Lang Malakas, Two Philippine Teams Ready to Dominate MSC 2022 again!

Pinas Lang Malakas, Two Philippine Teams Ready to Dominate MSC 2022 again!

Teams Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League – Philippines (MPL-PH), RSG PH and Smart Omega will face their regional rivals at the upcoming MSC 2022 with the battle cry, “Pinas Lang Malakas.”

With an outstanding track record at the M3 World Championships, MSC 2022, and a winning streak at the 31st SEA Games, the Philippines has the highest chance of securing the Southeast Asian title once again.


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“This is an exciting time for Filipino esports athletes to be proud. The Philippines is back and thirsty for more achievements. We see the future of the country transitioning to a sprawling esports dynasty.” said Tonyo Silva, Senior Marketing Manager of Esports.

MSC 2022 will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from 11 – 19 June, featuring the best teams from Southeast Asia who will compete for a combined prize pool of USD 300,000.

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Explanation of Pinas Lang Malakas

Photo via MPL PH

This year’s concept, “Pinas Lang Malakas” takes inspiration from the MPL-PH teams and athletes who have secured international tournament titles such as the prestigious M3 World Championship, MSC 2022 Championship, and the 31st SEA Games gold medal.

The country is home to one of the largest and strongest communities in the region with over 100 professional esports players and counting.

In addition to esports athletes, this league has also produced many casters, content creators, and livestreamers who have played a role in the country’s esports heritage.

This year, new and strong teams will compete at the regional level to prove their gaming prowess and maintain their glory and prominence in Southeast Asia.

Represented By RSG PH and Execration

Photo via MPL PH

Trained by Coach Brian “Panda” Lim, RSG PH consists of Coach Karl Luigi “Coach Giee” Barrientos with professional players Jonard Cedrix “Demonkite” Caranto, Nathanael “Nathzz” Estrologo, Eman “Emann” Sangco, Arvie “Aqua” Calderon, Dylan Aaron “Light” Catipon, and Dexter “Exort” Martinez.

On the other hand, the Smart Omega team consists of head coach Anthony “YNOT” Senedrin, coach Jaime “Pakbet” Abalos, team captain Patrick James “E2MAX” Caidic, and Renz members Errol “Renzio” Cadua, Billy Jazha “Z4pnu” Alfonso, Dean Christian “Raizen” Sumagui, Grant Duane “Kelra” Pillas, and Joshua “Ch4knu” Mangilog.

Announced on 26 June, RSG PH will be placed in Group B, while Smart Omega will be in Group C. The Group Elimination will take place from 11-12 June.

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