Last updated: June 25, 09:38 (BST)

The Snapdragon Pro Series, organized by ESL, is the world's largest multi-genre mobile esports competition. The tournament spans various regions and games, including Brawl Stars, Call of Duty Mobile, Free Fire, Clash of Clans, and, most importantly, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.

Players from all walks of life can start competing in the Snapdragon Mobile Open Qualifiers, working their way to the top to Snapdragon Mobile Masters in the "Era of Everyone."

The biggest and best MLBB teams from all over the Asia-Pacific region are preparing to face off in the upcoming Snapdragon Pro Series (SPS) Challenge Season, beginning on June 10. The goal is to earn their slots in the live Challenge Finals in July.

Here's everything you need to know about the MLBB SPS Challenge Season, including all 16 competing teams, streaming destinations, and standings.

MLBB Snapdragon Pro Series: Format

Challenge Season: June 10 - 23

For the Challenge Season, sixteen teams are split into four groups of four in a GSL format, lettered A to D. All matches are played as a best-of-three series (Bo3).

The winning teams from each group automatically qualify for the Challenge Finals. The second-place squads from each group compete in the Last Slot Decider to determine the final two. The prize pool of $5,500 is split amongst the top six teams.

Challenge Finals: July 28 - August 4

Only one team will remain standing in the Challenge Finals. Twelve teams will compete, split into two groups for the Group Stage. They will compete in a single round-robin format, where all matches are Bo3. The top three squads from each group, six in total, advance to the Playoffs.

The Playoffs are a double-elimination bracket, where the qualified teams compete in Bo3 games, including the Upper Bracket Semifinals. The Upper Bracket and Lower Bracket Final are both Bo5, and the Grand Final is Bo7 for maximum intensity.

MLBB SPS Challenge Season: Teams

Sixteen teams across major APAC regions compete for their Snapdragon Pro Series Challenge Finals slot. The regions involved include Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Myanmar, and Cambodia. Some of these teams are well-known from various MPL tournaments, like Liquid Echo from MPL Philippines, Red Giants Esports from MPL Malaysia, and RRQ Hoshi from MPL Indonesia.

Here is a list of all sixteen participants competing in the Mobile Legends Snapdragon Pro Series Challenge Season, divided into their relevant regions. May the best squad win!


  • Liquid Echo
  • RSG Philippines
  • Omega Esports


  • King Empire
  • Red Giants Esports
  • RSG Malaysia
  • Monster Vicious


  • RRQ Hoshi
  • Bigetron Alpha
  • Rebellion Esports
  • Bigetron Beta
  • EVOS Holy


  • RSG Singapore
  • Evil

Other APAC Regions

  • CFU Gaming (Cambodia)
  • Falcon Esports (Myanmar)

MLBB SPS Challenge Season: Schedule

Here are how the groups are divided for the MLBB Snapdragon Pro Series Challenge Season.

  • Group A: Evil, EVOS Holy, King Empire, RSG Philippines
  • Group B: Falcon Esports, RRQ Hoshi, RSG Singapore, Selangor Red Giants
  • Group C: Bigetron Beta, CFU Gaming, Liquid Echo, RSG Malaysia
  • Group D: Bigetron Alpha, Monster Vicious, Omega Esports, Rebellion Esports

When the matches and complete schedule are available, the time listed will be in PHT, and all match winners will be in bold. The Last Slot Decider matches will be added closer to the time.

The teams that have qualified for the MLBB SPS Challenge Finals so far are: Bigetron Beta, RSG Philippines, and Selangor Red Giants.

Group A

June 10 - Opening Matches

  • 4:00 PM: EVOS Holy vs. King Empire
  • 5:30 PM: Evil vs. RSG Philippines

June 11 - Winners Match

  • 8:45 PM: RSG Philippines vs. EVOS Holy

June 21 - Elimination Match

  • 6:00 PM: King Empire vs. Evil

June 22 - Decider Match

  • 4:00 PM: EVOS Holy vs. Evil

Group B

June 10 - Opening Matches

  • 7:45 PM: Selangor Red Giants vs. RRQ Hoshi
  • 8:45 PM: Falcon Esports vs. RSG Singapore

June 11 - Winners Match

  • 10:00 PM: Selangor Red Giants vs. Falcon Esports

June 21 - Elimination Match

  • 9:00 PM: RRQ Hoshi vs. RSG Singapore

June 22 - Decider Match

  • 6:00 PM: Falcon Esports vs. RRQ Hoshi

MLBB SPS Challenge Season

Group C

June 11 - Opening Matches

  • 5:00 PM: Bigetron Beta vs. RSG Malaysia
  • 7:30 PM: Liquid Echo vs. CFU Gaming

June 12 - Winners Match

  • 9:00 PM: Bigetron Beta vs. CFU Gaming

June 21 - Elimination Match

  • 11:00 PM: RSG Malaysia vs. Liquid Echo

June 22 - Decider Match

  • 9:00 PM: Liquid Echo vs. CFU Gaming

Group D

June 12 - Opening Matches

  • 5:00 PM: Monster Vicious vs. Rebellion Esports
  • 7:00 PM: Omega Esports vs. Bigetron Alpha

June 21 - Winners Match

  • 5:00 PM: Rebellion Esports vs. Omega Esports

June 21 - Elimination Match

  • 3:00 PM: Bigetron Alpha vs. Monster Vicious

June 22 - Decider Match

  • 11:00 PM: Monster Vicious vs. Rebellion Esports

MLBB SPS Challenge Season: Streaming Destinations

Mobile Legends fans can catch all the Snapdragon Pro Series action, including the monthly finals, on the official ESL Asia YouTube channel. This channel will show all English-speaking broadcasts. We have embedded this channel below for your convenience. You know what pairs well with watching live MLBB matches? Live betting with all of Rivalry's available MLBB betting markets!

Additional MLBB SPS streaming destinations include ESL Malaysia, ESL Indonesia, ESL Thailand, and ESL Vietnam. If you prefer to watch on Twitch or Facebook, head to the tournament's official Liquidpedia page for a complete list of available streams.

The Snapdragon Pro Series Challenge Finals will take place in Jakarta, Indonesia, hosted at the Britama Arena, Mahaka Square, from August 2 - 4, 2024. Die-hard fans in the region are encouraged to purchase their tickets to the live finals now, before sell out. One-day tickets start at 10,000 IDR - buy them here!

MLBB SPS Challenge Season: Final Standings & Prize Pool Distribution


Team Name

Prize Money

Qualifies To

1st - 4th

RSG Philippines, Selangor Red Giants, Bigetron Beta, Omega Esports


Challenge Finals

5th - 6th

Liquid ECHO, Rebellion Esports


Challenge Finals

7th - 8th

EVOS Holy, Falcon Esports



9th - 12th

Monster Vicious, CFU Gaming, RRQ Hoshi, Evil



13th - 16th

RSG Singapore, RSG Malaysia, Bigetron Alpha, King Empire (DQ)



Final Thoughts

That was Rivalry's complete esports event overview for the Snapdragon Pro Series Challenge Season for Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. Bookmark this page to stay informed, as we'll regularly update this article with current match results, schedule changes, and standings. The Challenge Finals will have a separate overview posted in July, closer to the event kickoff.

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