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MLBB: Liquid ECHO wins MPL PH Season 13 championship

The Cavalry has arrived in style in mobile esports as Team Liquid ECHO won the MPL Philippines Season 13... Paolo | 27. May 2024

The Cavalry has arrived in style in mobile esports as Team Liquid ECHO won the MPL Philippines Season 13 title after a 4-0 rout of Falcons AP Bren at the SM Southmall Events Hall in Las Pinas City Sunday night.

Falcons AP Bren took the first few minutes of the game, thanks to David “FlapTzy” Canon’s triple kill. However, Karl “KarlTzy” Nepomuceno secured the lord, followed up by Benedict “BennyQT” Gonzales’s own triple, which led to Team Liquid PH securing a Lord and eventually shutting down the defending champions in under 15 minutes.

By the 1st game, Falcons AP Bren captain Angelo “Pheww” Arcangel also set a new league-high assists record of 2,594, breaking the record previously set by Blacklist International’s Johnmar “OhMyV33nus” Villanueva.

By game 2, the Paquito pick of Sanford “Sanford” Vinuya went on a rampage, scoring a huge 3-0-1 KDA in the 5th minute to help the Cavalry go for an early lead, and get a total of 5 kills early on.

By the 17th minute, the Cavalry ended the game – big thanks to Bennyqt’s 6-0-5 KDA. 

The grand finals match went into match point after Alston “Sanji” Pabico’s shone Game 3, as his Valentina pick helped steer Liquid ECHO to another lightning-fast 17-minute victory. He finished Sanji was deathless in the said round, scoring a 2-0-7 KDA.

Liquid ECHO went into vintage express mode as they Sanji out played Marco “Super Marco” Requitiano in the crucial team fight of the 4th game, wiping out all FCAP members and securing their second overall MPL Philippines title.

Sanji then emerged with the championship-winning play, outplaying Marco “Super Marco” Requitiano (Roger) in a crucial team fight in the 18th minute of Game 4 to force a 5-4 wipeout and secure the title.

Sanford was named the Grand Finals MVP – also his second, being also named Finals MVP during Season 11.

The team will represent the Philippines alongside Falcons AP Bren in the biggest esports event in MLBB history, the 2024 Mid-Season Cup, which has US$3 million prize pool and will be held alongside the 2024 Esports World Cup in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.