The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Philippines has begun Season 12. The eight participating teams are already converging to battle for supremacy, with the top two performing teams qualifying for the M5 World Championship.
Let’s take a look at the current rosters of each team for this season.
Table of Contents
- Blacklist International
- Minana EVOS
- Omega Esports
- ONIC Philippines
- RSG Philippines
- TNC Pro Team
The starting lineup of AP.Bren remains intact as they enter this season following their victorious run at the 32nd SEA Games, where they clinched the gold medal. One notable newcomer is midlane substitute player Mumukid.
|Kyle Angelo Sayson “KyleTzy”||Jungle|
|David Canon “FlapTzy”||EXP lane|
|Marco Requitano “Super Marco”||Gold lane|
|Rowgien Stimpson Unigo “Owgwen”||Roam|
|Angelo Arcangel “Pheww”||Midlane|
|Vincent Unigo “Pandora”||EXP lane|
Blacklist duo OhMyV33NUS and Wise are inactive this season but will return in the next. In their stead, there are a number of fresh faces along with Kiel “OHEB” Q.Soriano and Salic “Hadji” Imam, both of whom went on hiatus last season.
|Stephen Castillo “Sensui”||Jungle|
|Edward Dapadap “EDWARD”||EXP lane|
|Kiel Soriano “OHEB”||Gold lane|
|Renejay Barcase “RENEJAY”||Roam|
|Kenneth Tadeo “Yue”||Midlane|
|Kim Dela Cruz “Kimpoy”||Roam|
|Lee Gonzales “Owl”||Gold lane|
|Russel Usi “Eyon”||Midlane|
As the team that secured victory in MPL PH Season 11 and established themselves as the defending champions, ECHO has chosen to keep their core lineup intact. It’s the same lineup that led them to triumph in the M4 World Championship.
Jaypee “Jaypee” Cruz, who made his return to the MPL after a single season in the MLBB Development League Philippines, has replaced substitute gold laner Jian Cedric “Jian” Magtibay.
|Jaypee Cruz “Jaypee”||Roam|
|Alston Pabico “Sanji”||Midlane|
|Benedict Gonzales “Bennyqt”||Gold lane|
|Tristan Cabrera “Yawi”||Roam|
|Karl Nepomuceno “KarlTzy”||Jungle|
|Sanford Vinuya “Sanford”||EXP lane|
In August, Minana EVOS unveiled their 10-man roster for Season 12, with most of the core players staying on board. The sole alteration sees Lance “LansuAR” Misa taking the place of Danver “DingDR” Canja.
|Brian Miles Santos “Spider-MilezAR”||Roam|
|Oscar Romero Jr. “SumpakAR”||Gold lane|
|Lance Cunanan “LanceCyAR”||Midlane|
|Ken Pile “KzenAR”||Jungle|
|Jhon Marl Sebastian “Lord JMAR”||Exp lane|
|Borris Parro “BruskoAR”||Roam|
|Jan Delmundo “DomengAR”||Gold lane|
|Christian Martinez “GoyongAR”||Midlane|
|Lance Aron Misa “LansuAR”||EXP lane|
Ch4knu and E2MAX have returned to play for Omega Esports. The team has also revealed that they’ve enlisted Ezequiel “Spidey” Cauilan, the champion of reality contest The Greatest Gamer (TGG) Philippines.
|Joshua Mangilog “Ch4knu”||Roam|
|Carlito Jr. “Ribo”||Multirole|
|Andrew Lew Flora “Andoryuuu”||Jungle|
|Ezequiel Cauilan “Spidey”||Jungle|
|Nowee Macasa “Ryota”||EXP lane|
|Grant Pillas “Kelra”||Gold lane|
|Patrick Caidic “E2MAX”||Midlane|
|Jomari Pingol “Jowm”||Gold lane|
Onic has a blend of veterans and promising newcomers this season. Returning mainstays from the previous season include Frince “Super Frince” Ramirez and Kenneth “Nets” Barro. Joining them are fresh faces, including Mark “Kramm” Rusiana and former Omega Esports jungler Dean “Raizen” Sumagui. Ralph “Rapidoot” Adrales is also back after focusing on his education last season.
|Dean Sumagui “Raizen”||Jungle|
|Mark Rusiana “Kramm”||EXP lane|
|Frince Ramirez “Super Frince”||Midlane|
|Kenneth Barro “Nets”||Gold Lane|
|BOSS A||Gold lane|
|Czedrick Romero “Yoshinu”||Roam|
|John Sumawan “Perkz”||Roam|
|Jomearie Santos “Escalera”||Midlane|
After a one-season hiatus, Arvie “Aqua” Antonio and MSC 2022 finals MVP Eman “EMANN” Sangco are back. Following their third-place finish last season, RSG Philippines (RSG PH) has also signed Patrick “rTzy” Grecia and Kennt “Souuul” Baesa.
|Kennt Baesa “Souuul”||Gold lane|
|Patrick Grecia “Rtzy”||Midlane|
|Dylan Catipon “Light”||Roam|
|Eman Sangco “EMANN”||Gold lane|
|Arvie Antonio “Aqua”||Midlane|
|John Abarquez “Irrad”||Jungle|
|Nathanael Estrologo “Nathzz”||EXP lane|
TNC Pro Team
Former TNC Pro Team captain Jomearie “Escalera” Santos has moved to ONIC Philippines. Ben “Benthings” Maglaque now leads the team, with most of the roster staying intact. They’ve also added rookie Mark Laurence “Bao” Cabigting.
|Mark Laurence Cabigting “Bao”||Multirole|
|Ben Maglaque “Benthings”||Roam|
|John Vincent Banal “Innocent”||Gold lane|
|Jetson Ignacio “Goyo”||Midlane|
|King Cyric Perez “K1NGKONG”||Jungle|
|Kristofer Malcus Calderon “Hesu”||EXP lane|