Last updated: May 15, 2023 (added men's division results).

The 32nd SEA Games are just around the corner, with the host country for this year's event being Cambodia in the NABA Theatre and the Olympia Mall in Phnom Penh, the capital city. Like the Olympics, the SEA Games are designed to showcase each country's strengths as athletes of different calibers and skill sets come together to determine the strongest region in Southeast Asia.

The SEA Games don't just have traditional sports; there are even competitions for esports titles like Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, with women's and men's divisions.

This article shows everything you need to know about the SEA Games MLBB events - it's set to be an exciting few days!

What are the 32nd SEA Games?

The Southeast Asian Games is a biennial sports event with eleven participating regions. It hosts a wide array of events, from traditional sports like soccer and aquatics to online games. This marks the third year since esports' inclusion in the event, with esports titles like LoL Wild Rift, Valorant, and Mobile Legends.

32nd SEA Games: Format

The exact format for the MLBB matches in the 32nd Southeast Asia Games is yet to be announced, but this will be updated with more information as soon as it is released. All matches will be live-streamed on the official Mobile Legends YouTube channel, embedded below.

32nd SEA Games: Competing Players and Countries

Nine teams compete in the men's tournament, while only six regions participate in the women's division. Both are composed of individually selected players who made it through qualifying games in their home region.


The Philippines are dominating the Mobile Legends scene, having won the gold medal at the 2021 SEA Games. Their professional leagues like MDL and MPL are rapidly gaining in traction, and producing next-gen pro players. Some of their rosters comes from MPL PH team, Bren Esports, like the duo FlapTzy and KyleTzy

Women's Division

  • Diagon
  • Keishi
  • Shinoa
  • Meraaay
  • Dardo

Men's Division

  • FlapTzy
  • KyleTzy
  • Pheww
  • Owgwen
  • Ryota


Indonesia is another powerhouse country for MLBB, as they won the silver medal at the 31st SEA Games. Their player roster consists of several players from the previous event and some players from pro teams like ONIC Esports and EVOS Legends.

Women's Division

  • Fumi
  • Vival
  • Cinny
  • Chell
  • Vivian

Men's Division

  • Saykots
  • Alberttt
  • S A N Z
  • Branz
  • VYN
  • DreamS
  • Kiboy


Competing in their native country, Cambodia will be looking to flex their strengths and play up to their home crowd. Their roster consists of some strong, well-rounded players.

Women's Division

  • Ningg
  • Synee
  • Jimmy
  • MEI

Men's Division

  • ATM
  • WayOfTheShadow
  • C Cat
  • D7
  • Xingg
  • Detective
  • Zee


Malaysia's SEA games MLBB roster is packed full of up-and-coming talent, ready to give it their all to get a chance to make it to the medal event and take home the gold.

Women's Division

  • Rosemary
  • Bunny
  • Dibo
  • Hanie
  • Fafau

Men's Division

  • Garyy
  • Izanami
  • CikuGais
  • XORN
  • Chibi
  • Momo


Vietnam are looking to improve upon their lacklustre performance in 2021, where they came 5th in the MLBB SEA Games.

Women's Division

  • Tmy
  • Mie
  • Miku
  • Ngoc Be
  • Kuromi

Men's Division

  • Jowga
  • Hehehehehehe
  • Meow
  • Fugo
  • Yandere
  • Bier


Myanmar have the potential to be a fierce underdog in the men's tournament, as little is currently known about their current player roster.

Men's Division

  • Ruby DD
  • Kenn
  • JustiN
  • Zippx
  • Naomi


Solely competing in the men's division, Singapore have their sights set high this year as they look to improve upon their 2021 performance that saw them earn a bronze medal.

Men's Division

  • Diablo
  • 505
  • Babycakes
  • Lolsie
  • Roy


Timor Lestes' full player roster is yet to be confirmed, but it will be exciting to see what they accomplish at this year's SEA Games.

Men's Division

  • Hasbonko
  • Phelun
  • Nobskiee
  • Lawliett
  • ButterFly


Women's Division

  • Lizar
  • Cat a wrap
  • NUUU
  • Platwo
  • Bumblebee

Men's Division

  • Opper
  • Yourname
  • BisTon
  • TwentyAugust
  • Agi

32nd SEA Games: MLBB Schedule

While the overall 32nd SEA Games commence on May 5, the actual MLBB events will begin with the women's division, ongoing from May 10 - 11. The men's division will then have their playoffs from May 12 - 14. The full schedule for the 32nd SEA Games Mobile Legends matches will be listed below

MLBB SEA Games: Women's Tournament Schedule

Below is the schedule for the MLBB SEA Games Women's Division. Match winners are in bold.

Group Stage - May 10

Group A

  • Indonesia Vs. Cambodia - 1-0
  • Cambodia Vs. Philippines - 0-1
  • Philippines Vs. Indonesia - 0-1

Group B

  • Malaysia Vs. Laos - 1-0
  • Laos Vs. Vietnam - 0-1
  • Vietnam Vs. Malaysia - 0-1

Playoffs - May 10-11

Semifinals - May 10

  • Indonesia Vs. Vietnam - 2-0
  • Philippines Vs. Malaysia - 2-0

Third-Place Match - May 11

  • Vietnam Vs. Malaysia - 0-2

Grand Final - May 11

  • Indonesia Vs. Philippines - 3-2

SEA Games 2023 Mobile Legends: Team Indonesia

MLBB SEA Games: Men's Tournament Schedule

Group Stage - May 12

Group A

  • Philippines Vs. Laos
  • Vietnam Vs. Timor-Leste
  • Malaysia Vs. Philippines
  • Laos Vs. Vietnam
  • Timor-Leste Vs. Malaysia
  • Philippines Vs. Vietnam
  • Vietnam Vs. Malaysia
  • Laos Vs. Timor-Leste
  • Timor-Leste Vs. Philippines
  • Malaysia Vs. Laos

Group B

  • Indonesia Vs. Cambodia
  • Myanmar Vs. Singapore
  • Indonesia Vs. Myanmar
  • Cambodia Vs. Singapore
  • Myanmar Vs. Cambodia
  • Singapore Vs. Indonesia

Playoffs - May 13-14

Semifinals - May 13

  • Malaysia Vs. Cambodia
  • Philippines Vs. Myanmar

Third-Place Match - May 14

  • Myanmar Vs. Cambodia

Grand Final - May 14

  • Malaysia Vs. Philippines

SEA Games 2023 Mobile Legends: Team Philippines win

Final Thoughts

The Philippines men's team took home the gold once again with their all-star team, with Malaysia and Myanmar completing the podium. Indonesia dominated the female division, as the 32nd SEA Games MLBB tournament became the most viewed female esports event of all time!

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