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MSC 2019
MLBB Southeast Asia Cup 2019 (MSC 2019) was the third season of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang annual SEA tournament MSC. It was held at Smart Araneta Coliseum with a total prize pool of US$120,000 from June 19–23, 2019.[1] The event was hosted by Eruption,[2] Faraz Shababi, Fiera Fendi, and Serahline.
MLBB SEA Cup (MSC)
2019
Tournament information
SportMobile Legends: Bang Bang
LocationManila, Philippines
Date
  • Group Stage
  • June 19–20, 2019
  • Playoffs
  • June 21–23, 2019
Administrator(s)Moonton
Tournament
format(s)
Host(s)
  • Eric Tai
  • Faraz Shababi
  • Fiera Fendi
  • Serahline
Venue(s)Smart Araneta Coliseum
Participants
Final positions
Champions
ONIC Esports (1st title)
1st runner-up
Louvre Esports
2nd runner-upArkAngel
2020 →
Background
Previous MSC events were hosted at Jakarta, Indonesia with total prize pools of US$100,000. Philippines was the venue after two Filipino teams won 1st and 2nd place at MSC 2018.[3] 12 teams were invited from 9 Southeast Asian countries namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, the Philippines, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
Format
A total of 12 teams were invited, 2 teams each from Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional Leagues (MPL) from Indonesia, Malaysia/Singapore, Myanmar, and the Philippines. One team each for Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam were invited through local qualifiers. The tournaments start with a group stage where teams are selected through best of 3 round round robin. Teams winning the best of 3 get to the upper bracket. The other two teams compete on play-ins where the winning team gets to the lower bracket and the losing team is eliminated. After the group stage is the tournament proper. Losing teams from the upper bracket are demoted to the lower bracket while losing teams from the lower bracket are eliminated. One finalist will come from each bracket and compete in the Grand Finals.[4][5][6]
Results
Group Stage
Group A
TeamAdvanced to
Geek FamPlay-ins
Bren EsportsPlay-ins
IDNS
Upper Bracket
Group B
TeamAdvanced to
EVOS Esports SG
Play-ins
ArkAngelUpper Bracket
Overlockers
Play-ins
Group C
TeamAdvanced to
Team Resolution
Play-ins
Louvre Esports
Upper Bracket
Diversity Helheim
Play-ins
Group D
TeamAdvanced to
ONIC ESports
Upper Bracket
Burmese Ghouls
Play-ins
WAWA Gaming
Play-ins
Play-ins
Play-ins (Bo3)
 
 
 
Geek Fam2
Diversity Helheim0
Play-ins (Bo3)
 
 
 
Burmese Ghouls0
EVOS Esports SG2
Play-ins (Bo3)
 
 
 
Overlockers2
WAWA Gaming0
Play-ins (Bo3)
 
 
 
Team Resolution0
Bren Esports2
Reference:[5][7]
Playoffs
Upper Bracket
Upper Bracket 1 (Bo3)Upper Bracket 2 (Bo3)
      
ArkAngel1
Louvre Esports2
Louvre Esports1
ONIC Esports2
IDNS0
ONIC Esports2
Lower Bracket
 Lower Bracket 1 (Bo3)  Lower Bracket 2 (Bo3)  Lower Bracket 3 (Bo3)
              
   ArkAngel2 
 Geek Fam0  EVOS Esports SG0  
 EVOS Esports SG2    ArkAngel2
   The Overlockers1
   IDNS1  
 The Overlockers2  The Overlockers2 
 Bren Esports0 
Grand Finals
Lower Bracket Final (Bo3)Grand Final (Bo5)
      
ONIC Esports3
Louvre Esports0
Louvre Esports2
ArkAngel0
Reference:[8][9]
Viewership
MSC 2019 was streamed live on YouTube, Facebook Gaming, and Nimo TV. Facebook Gaming is the livestream partner.[10]
Peak ViewersAverage ViewersHours WatchedAir Time
276,57964,5522,802,62544
MSC 2020
MSC 2020, the next season succeeding MSC 2019, was set again to take place in the Philippines at the Mall of Asia Arena with the prize pool increased to US$150,000. On May 11, Moonton announced the cancellation of the event via their official Mobile Legends Indonesia Instagram account due to Coronavirus disease 2019.[11][12]
References
  1. ^ Marges, Jason (June 5, 2019). "Mobile Legends' Sea Cup (MSC) Will Feature a Us$120,000 Prize Pool". ONE Esports. Retrieved October 12, 2019.
  2. ^ Tomada, Nathalie. "'Balance is life': Eric Tai on being a father & gamer". philstar GLOBAL.
  3. ^ Reyes, Maouie (July 30, 2018). "PH Esports Teams Win Back-To-Back Championship Titles". mineski.net. Retrieved October 12, 2019.
  4. ^ "Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup is coming to the Philippines this 19 to 23 June 2019".
  5. ^ a b "The MSC 2019 Groups Have Been Announced!".
  6. ^ "MSC 2019 Will Take Place in the Philippines!".
  7. ^ "MSC 2019: Group and Play-in Stage Recap, Day 1 Playoff Matchups".
  8. ^ "MSC Playoffs Day 1 Recap".
  9. ^ "Onic Esports Crowned Champion of MSC 2019".
  10. ^ "MLBB SEA Cup 2019 (MSC) detailed stats". Esports Charts.
  11. ^ Raghuram, Vignesh (May 13, 2020). "Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup 2020 Cancelled". afkgaming.com.
  12. ^ "Moonton Officially Announces MSC 2020 Canceled". DUNIA GAMESS. May 14, 2020. |first= missing |last= (help)
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