Power Ranking | OKBet MSC MOBA 2022
- EVOS S.G.
Power Ranking despite failing to defend their back-to-back titles in MPL SG Season 3, EVOS SG will enter MSC 2022 with renewed vigor after capturing bronze at the 31st SEA Games. The strength of EVOS SG rests in their side lanes. Stefan Chong “Soul” Ru Chyi, who came out of retirement this season, will handle the EXP lane and serve as a tutor for the team’s younger, more potential players, such as gold laner Adam “Adammir” Chong at OKBet MSC Moba.
Every year, the squad gets closer to achieving their first international championship title. With Soul back in the game and the squad fielding the greatest gold laner in Singapore, now is the moment for the white tigers to show once and for all that Singaporean teams can compete with teams from Indonesia and the Philippines.
Todak has established itself as a competitive squad in Malaysia, but it remains a mystery on a global scale. Following a dismal 31st SEA Games campaign, Malaysia’s team will have to start again for MSC 2022.
While the squad is recognized for effectively executing unusual hero selections and tactics, this approach has not performed as well against more experienced teams outside of Malaysia, with the organization failing to finish on the podium in recent international MLBB competitions at OKBet MSC Moba.
But, if Muhammad “CikuGais” Danial and the rest of the team can work out their differences before MSC 2022, it would be a mistake to dismiss Todak entirely.
- KH Impunity
Impunity KH made headlines for being the first non-MPL team to go to the OKBet MSC Moba playoffs, beating EVOS SG 2-0 in the first round before falling to Execration in the second round.
This year, they will compete without their famous jungler Pich “Wightnite” Sopheak, the only player to get a Savage at MSC 2021. However, this may not be relevant. The team just won the MPL KH Spring Split 2022, with Chhuon “Oppi” Phengkong now assuming on jungle responsibilities rather than his typical gold or midlane roles.
And, with the majority of the original MSC 2021 players still participating under the Impunity banner, it’ll be interesting to watch how they do in Group D against Singapore’s EVOS SG and Malaysia’s Orange Esports.
- Falcon Esports
Falcon Esports is an unknown entering into MSC 2022. Pyae Sone “JustiN” Khant, Min “Naomi” Ko ko, and Silent were members of Ronin Esports, a Myanmar-based squad who performed well in the ONE Esports’ MPL Invitational 2020, although the team is still a wildcard in the competition.
In the invitational, Ronin eliminated Execration and EVOS SG, placing them on everyone’s radar until they dissolved in 2021.
This will be Myanmar’s first appearance on the major stage since the M2 World Championship in early 2021. Most pundits had written off the area at M2, but Myanmar’s Burmese Ghouls advanced to the grand final and came within a whisker of defeating MPL PH powerhouse Bren Esports in a best-of-seven thriller. Falcon Esports will undoubtedly have something up their sleeves in the group stage, given their spotless track record in the local scene and senior players on the team at OKBet.
- Orange Esports
After coming second in MPL MY Season 9, Orange Esports earned an MSC 2022 berth, their second international competition since entering the league in MPL MYSG Season 5. Orange Esports has gone through multiple adjustments to get to where they are now, and their overhauled lineup will face their most difficult test yet against foreign teams at MSC 2022. The path ahead will be tough for the squad, but they may yet surprise us.
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