Esports has truly made its mark in recent years, putting invested fans and high-level players together in competitions that can be truly astonishing to witness. Be it on consoles, PC, or mobile; there is always something going on to enjoy. For fans of MOONTON Games‘ Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, the Professional League Singapore (MPL SG) is kicking off Season 5, with room for fresh faces to compete with the veterans.
Partnering up with Zenway Productions, the registration period for this iteration of the MPL SG is now open (closed 15 February 2359 GMT+8). All teams have to do is have five players and sign up for the open qualifiers taking place on 18 and 19 February. Get through that, and you will have a much better shot at becoming a pro Mobile Legends: Bang Bang player.
The top two teams will advance into the regular season of MPL SG Season 5 beginning in March, where they will go toe-to-toe with the incumbents from Season 4.
“MPL Singapore remains committed to our aim of enabling professional esports athletes to
compete at the highest levels of sportsmanship. Given the right resources and support, we
believe that our esports players can surpass other regional and international teams,” said
Jaime Cruz, Esports Lead, Singapore, MOONTON Games.
The last iteration of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Singapore garnered over 32,000 peak concurrent viewers, which was a record high for the league. The on-ground crowd was also massive, with over 3,000 fans showing up across three days to cheer for their favourite teams at Our Tampines Hub during the Playoffs and Grand Finals.
“We had an awesome run in Season 4, achieving a record-breaking PCV and a full house
for our Playoffs,” said Lee Jian Ming, Managing Director of Zenway. “Season 5 will expand
on our fans’ experiences, where we aim to continue enhancing the viewing experience
online, while also improving the onsite fan experience to ensure accessibility and space for a
The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional Leagues serve as pathways to regional and
international stages. In previous seasons, local teams such as RSG SG and Slate Esports (formerly known as EVOS SG) represented Singapore on the international stage, and there is always hope that new faces will emerge onto the scene.
“Local esports athletes have a lot of passion and talent to offer,” added Lee. “We always
look at ways to raise the level of our league and players, and one of the ways is to expose
the teams to international events where they can benefit from the experience.”