The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup to be hosted offline in Malaysia

Malaysia is heating up the stage for this year's MSC 2022 - held offline!

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The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup (MSC) will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for the very first time. Twelve teams will compete for Southeast Asia’s supreme squad’s title for a combined prize pool of USD 300,000 — double the prize pool from 2021.

Happening between June 11 – June 19, this year’s tournament marks its return to an offline LAN competition, and Myanmar as one of the competing countries. Fans can look forward to the group draw held on May 29, 2022, where further details of the group stage format will be shared. The full list of the twelve participating and qualifying Southeast Asian countries is as follows:


Country Qualifying Representatives
IndonesiaS9 Champion
S9 Runner-up
PhilippinesS9 Champion
S9 Runner-up
MalaysiaS9 Champion
S9 Runner-up
SingaporeS3 Champion
S3 Runner-up
Cambodia2022 Spring Split Champion
2022 Spring Split Champion Runner-up
MyanmarChampion (through qualifying tournament)



Champion (through a qualifying tournament featuring all three countries)*

*Should any of the competing teams be unable to travel to Malaysia a week before, they will be replaced with another Malaysian team, based on the results and performance of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Malaysia Professional League (MPL).


Since 2017, the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup was previously hosted offline in Jakarta (Indonesia) and Manila (Philippines). The tournament seeks to bring out the best of MLBB’s SEA teams to compete together at an offline venue in Kuala Lumpur. In 2021, the regional competition secured a peak-concurrent viewership of 2 284 012, along with a combined 32 711 776 hours watched, according to Esports Charts.

More details on live ticketing, location, and in-game campaigns will be announced at a later date.