2023 MPL KH Autumn Split to Kickoff as an Offline Event

Exciting Changes for 2023 MPL KH Autumn Split

For the first time, fans will witness the battle for this season’s championship trophy live as the 2023 MPL KH Autumn Split is set to be held offline at a live venue.

Seize your spot in history as seating arrangements operate on a first-come, first-serve basis, adding an element of excitement and exclusivity to the event. The action-packed Regular Season matches will commence punctually at 12:00 (GMT+7).

Amidst the riveting gameplay and intense rivalries, this season holds extraordinary significance for Khmer teams, as the top-tier squad will proudly represent the nation on the global stage at the forthcoming M5 World Championship, which is slated to be hosted in the Philippines.

The MPL Cambodia Autumn Split 2023 promises to be an even more electrifying spectacle, enriched by the introduction of fresh faces and international imports. Emerging onto the scene are two new teams, namely D-Roar Legends and Team SV, poised to make their mark alongside established powerhouses like Burn x Flash, CFU Gaming, See You Soon, Pro Esports, Impunity KH, and Team Max.

Adding an intriguing twist to the competition, Filipino imports are set to grace the tournament, injecting a new level of dynamism into the proceedings. Among them are Michael “MP the King” Endino and Clarense “Kousei” Camilo, who will be joining forces with See You Soon, a team with a proven track record in international tournaments.

The player roster is not to be overlooked, with prominent figures from the gaming world ready to take the stage. Renz “Renzio” Cadua, hailing from the ranks of Smart Omega, will be a formidable addition to Team Max’s lineup. Additionally, Jhonwin “Hesa” Vergara, previously a key asset in Burn X Flash’s lineup, has now found a new home in the ranks of PRO Esports, signalling an exciting shift in dynamics.

Impunity KH also features Filipino players Jaylord “Hate” Gonzales and ENAYEXX. As for the reigning champion, Burn x Flash, the team acquired two more Filipino imports H2big and Kiyonori who are looking to prove themselves in the upcoming event while DRoar Legends signs Aykii and former Nexplay EVOS talent Kenneth “CADENZA” Castro.