Mobile Legends 2023 Esports Roadmap

This year is looking bright for MLBB fans as the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang 2023 esports roadmap was unveiled at the M Summit, a business conference for esports and gaming professionals. The announcement details the publisher's primary tournament programming.


From February to April, back-to-back Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional Leagues will be held in Singapore, Malaysia, Brazil, Indonesia, Philippines, Cambodia, and the Middle East. A few of the notable professional tournaments that MOONTON Games will simultaneously host are the North America Challenger Tournament, the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Super League (Regional League, LATAM), and the Turkey National Championships. Afterwards, May and June of 2023 will be dedicated to the SEA Games and MSC.

The MPL and National Leagues, which act as qualifiers for the M5 World Championship from August to October, will take place after the World Cyber Games and Snapdragon Pro Series MLBB in July. Prior to the start of the worldwide competition in December, the ONE Esports MPL Invitational 2023 will take place.

“Our tournament strategy for 2023 is our most comprehensive yet, and we hope to add more third-party and nationally sanctioned tournaments this year. This is an exciting beginning for us in a busy 2023, and we are willing to collaborate with grassroots organizers and professional developers to offer equitable possibilities for dedicated esports professionals, fans, and players. -Ray Ng, Head of Esports Ecosystem Lead


MLBB Esports 2023 Roadmap​

Over a course of 12 months, 170+ teams, 1600+ matches, and 260+ match days in
2023 (subject to change)​
M4 World Championship​
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Women’s Invitational​
February - May
MPL 1H 2023: ID, PH, MY, SG, KH, MENA, BR National Leagues and Championships: NACT, TR Regional Leagues: MLSL​
SEA Games 2023​
MSC 2023​
World Cyber Games and Snapdragon Pro Series Challenge Mobile Legends: Bang Bang​
August - October
MPL 2H 2023: ID, PH, MY, SG, KH, MENA, BR National Leagues and Championships: NACT, TR Regional Leagues: MLSL​
ONE Esports MPL Invitational​
November - December
M5 World Championship​

The roadmap was unveiled during the M Summit in Jakarta to bring together esports and gaming specialists to learn about all elements of the industry. The business-focused conference was created for local aspirant game developers and specialists to evaluate developments in Indonesia's mobile esports environment, new economic potential in the esports economy, and keys to establishing a successful tournament model.