MPL SG veterans, Team Flash, dethrone three-time defending champions RSG SG to claim local championship

23 Oct 2023

MPL SG veterans Team Flash dethrone three-time defending champions RSG SG to claim national championship

  • The Season 6 Grand Finals smashed all previous MPL SG viewership records: 67,407 peak concurrent viewers, 4,670 average concurrent viewers, and 488,364 total hours watched, according to Esports Charts.

  • Lolsie of Team Flash defeated former teammates RSG SG to clinch the national championship for the fourth time in a row.

  • Team Flash served an epic comeback to decimate ntheir opponents, with Hadess snagging the coveted Playoffs MVP.


SINGAPORE, 23 October – Team Flash clinched their first-ever Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Singapore (MPL SG) championship yesterday, dethroning former champions RSG Singapore (RSG SG) and earning themselves qualification for the M5 World Championship in Manila. Hosted at Suntec City Mall, Atrium (Tower 1 and 2), eight professional esports teams served their best at the Season 6 Playoffs to compete for the lion's share of the SGD 100,000 prize pool and the coveted title of the best Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) team in Singapore. 


Touted as "rejects" in the MPL Singapore esports landscape, Team Flash consists of Adammir, Hadess, Kennn, Jayy, MikuMikuMii, Vanix, Bao, and Lolsie, who are largely MPL SG veterans who have competed in rival teams since Season 1. Despite the "retiree" tag, Team Flash defied all expectations to clinch their first local championship title. This also marks Lolsie's fourth local gold in a row, having played a pivotal role in RSG SG's three-peat championships before.


Grand Final surprises ushered viewership records for Season 6

The Grand Finals saw a record high of 67,407 peak concurrent viewers in the final series between RSG SG and Team Flash, more than double the previous record of 32,545 peak concurrent viewers set in Season 4. Several surprises took place in the finals, which included Hadess performing an epic backdoor in Game 5 and Team Flash's base being left with a sliver of HP (health points) in Game 6 – narrowly avoiding defeat from RSG SG thanks to an even greater defense from Adammir.


While RSG SG started strong in the first and second games, their confidence took a turn in the third match, with Team Flash performing a comeback in the series to the delight of the offline fans, who witnessed their heroes in action from dawn to dusk due to Team Flash having fought EVIL in the Lower Bracket Finals earlier in the day.

"It is quite a miracle. We pulled off from 1:3 all the way to 4:3... we took out things that we usually don't and we still managed to do it because we trust each and every one of our players." – Eugene "Kayzeepi" Kong, Analyst, Team Flash.


"We formed this dream team to win the championship, but didn't know what to expect when we headed in. When we won the first series against RSG SG in the Regular Season, that's when we knew that we had something that was special. There have been a lot of challenges, there have been a lot of doubts, but overall, we still managed to pull it off." – Remas "Remaniscent" Hong, Coach, Team Flash.


Game-changing season with new debutants

This season of MPL SG is its most competitive yet; several local teams have undergone huge roster revamps, including Team Flash, RSG SG, and new debutant Homebois Singapore. The latter secured a respectable fifth place in the Playoffs, with EVIL and Vanguard Esports landing the third and fourth placements, respectively. Bleed Esports snagged the sixth spot in the leaderboards, while Alchemy Singapore and Stellark Singapore ended on joint-seventh.


Organised by MOONTON Games and Zenway Productions, MPL SG is supported by McDonald's Singapore, Head & Shoulders, and OSIM Singapore. For the latest news, please like and follow MPL SG on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitch, and YouTube, and join the conversation in our Official Facebook Community Group.


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Champions – Team Flash


Player Name



Chong Jin Ee, Adam

EXP Lane


Jaymark Aaron Thomas Lazaro     



Lee Jin Xu, Kenneth



Chng Jun Wen, Jay



Leong Kai Xiang



Lim Wei Jun, Keith

Gold Lane


Ong Jian Bao



Bellamy Yeov



Eugene Kong



Remas Ker Zhen Hong



Runner-up – RSG SG





Yeo Wee Lun

EXP Lane



EXP Lane


Brayden Teo



Xu Yanan



Royven Tan



Ng Jia Le, Aaron



Jordan Tan Ming Chong



Basil Lim Dao Ze



Chester Yong Seng You

Gold Lane


Fawzan Herdiatna Soluki

Gold Lane


Jason Lai Yan Jun



I Nyoman Dehi Pranipata     



Daryl Ng Jun Da



Jul Hendrik Pratama





About Mobile Legends: Bang Bang 

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is the most popular mobile Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) game worldwide that brings communities together through teamwork and strategy. With over one billion installations and 105 million active monthly users, the award-winning game is among the top 10 most played in over 80 countries. With an extensive reach across the Asia Pacific region, the multiplayer is available in 139 countries with an expansive global esports presence. 


About Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Esports

Established in 2017, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Esports serves as a platform for players to pursue their dreams of becoming esports athletes and illuminate opportunities within the international esports ecosystem. MLBB Esports has since expanded to multiple leagues, including the MPL series hosted in Southeast Asia, Middle East and Latin America. 


About MOONTON Games

Established in 2014, MOONTON is a global video game company dedicated to gaming development, publication and esports. With more than 1500 employees worldwide, the company operates offices in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Latin America, Hong Kong and mainland China. It has successfully launched a number of high-profile mobile games globally and has built long-term relationships with governments and esports organizations in more than 30 countries around the world. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is its current star game and the leading mobile multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game worldwide. 


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