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MLBB: MPL-PH Season 13 Alamat Awardees announced

The best of the best of the strongest Mobile Legends: Bang Bang region in the world have been honored... Paolo | 25. May 2024

The best of the best of the strongest Mobile Legends: Bang Bang region in the world have been honored Saturday at the SM Southmall Events Center in Las Pinas City.

Two Hall of Legends inductees and a host of other talents have been honored for their indomitable contributions and performance to the global and local MLBB scene.

First off, M5 World Champion exp laner David “FlapTzy” Canon was the first inducted for this season, in recognition of his heroic performance during the M5 World Championship. The two-time world champion was honored by his own head coach, Francis “Duckey” Glindro.

Fnatic ONIC Indonesia’s Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol was the second inductee, recognized for being the first MLBB esports import from the Philippines, pioneering a trend that allowed other Filipino talents to take their MLBB skills outside of the Philippines.

Kairi accepted the award via a live video link from Indonesia, and he was inducted to the Hall of Legends by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs Undersecretary Andre Peter Estanislao, and former teammates Gerald “Dlar” Trinchera and Jaylord “Hate” Gonzales.

Kairi, Hate and Dlar were once teammates in the now-renamed Fnatic ONIC Philippines.

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Reigning world and MPL Philippines Falcons AP Bren, meanwhile, snagged 3 out of 5 in Season 13’s all-star team: goldlaner Marco “Super Marco” Requitiano, roamer Rowgien “Owgwen” Unigo, and jungler Kyle “KyleTzy” Sayson.

RSG Philippines’ Nathaniel “Nathzz” Crisologo and Liquid ECHO’s Alston “Sanji” Pabico were named exp laner and mid laner of the season, respectively.

TNC Pro Team’s Rasec “Nomed” Sugarno was named Rookie of the Season, and two-time world champion coach Ducky was named Coach of the Season.

In the creative categories, Renmar “Reptar” Sta. Cruz was named the Best English Talent, while Theo “Uomi” Ignacio was named the Best Filipino talent.

Seven local and international media outlets were also named as the Best Media Award: ABS-CBN News, ALL-STAR Magazine, ONE Esports, Manila Bulletin, Philstar.com, Tiebreaker Times, and Spin.ph.

Blacklist International snagged three honors: Freshest Face Award for Edward Jay “Edward” Dapadap, Smart Sportmanship award for Kenneth “Yue” Tadeo, and the Best Team Correspondent award for Dannica Suazo.

Fnatic ONIC PH’s Anna “Annabae” Marcelo was also named co-best team correspondent, while RSG Philippines won the Best Team Content Award. TNC Pro Team, meanwhile, won the Best Roster Reveal Execution Award.

The Alamat Awards are held to recognize extraordinary talent and performances of every season of the Philippines’ version of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang professional league.