MPL Philippines announces new rules for Season 9 awards

Fans can now vote for their favorite casters!

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League – Philippines (MPL-PH) is set to announce the MPL-PH Season 9 Grand Final MVP, Team of the Season, Rookie of the Season, and Best Casters/Panelists after the playoffs. 


On May 1st after the grand finals, the Grand Final MVP will be awarded to a player from the champion team, provided that he had an outstanding performance during the match.


MPL Philippines Season 9
Fans can now vote for their favorite casters!


The Team of the Season award will be presented on May 4th. The team of the season will consist of players from different teams who have exhibited an outstanding performance based on the roles they assumed such as jungler, roamer, mid laner, gold laner, and exp laner.


The Rookie of the Season will be announced May 6th. The best rookie should (a) have made his debut this season (b) has a better team performance compared to other rookies and (c) have exhibited excellent performance this season.


For each award,  judges will recommend a total of three (3) candidates who will be ranked from 1 to 3, with 1 being the highest. The top rank will receive 5 points, and rank 2 and 3 players will be allocated 3 and 1 points, respectively. Evaluators consist of MOONTON Games representatives and talents. 


Meanwhile, the point system to choose the Best Caster in English and Filipino differs. Judges are composed of MOONTON Games representatives (50%), MPL-PH fans (30%), and Mineski Events Team and talent director (20%). 


Fans can vote for the best caster/panelist starting May 2nd until May 7th on MPL-PH’s official website.


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