The is fast approaching. The top six teams who survived the grueling regular season shall compete for this season’s championship title. On top of the exciting playoffs matches, fans can look forward to more surprises as popular singer sensation Jessica Sanchez is set to perform at the MPL PH Season 11 Grand Finals stage. The iconic artist shall perform her own rendition of “Lakas ng Pinas” with the song’s composer Alisson Shore and the two grand finalists of the local MLBB esports league.
The MPL PH Season 11 playoffs stage is set to kick off on 4th May leading to the grand finale on 7th May. The grand finalists shall also earn a ticket to the upcoming Mobile Legends Southeast Asia Cup (MSC) 2023.
Jessica Sanchez to sing her own version of “Lakas ng Pinas” on MPL PH Season 11 Grand Finals opening
Since Season 9, Lakas ng Pinas has served as the iconic theme song for MPL Philippines. The anthem proudly showcases the country’s advantages in the Mobile Legends Esports scene. With several accolades and recognitions from around the world, including three straight M World championships, two SoUtah East Asia Games gold medals, and three MSC (Mobile Legends Southeast Asia Cup) championship titles, the country has probably been the strongest nation in MLBB.
To celebrate the dominance of the Philippines in the upcoming MPL PH Season 11 playoffs, The musical superstar Jessica Sanchez shall perform her own rendition of the Lakas ng Pinas anthem in the opening of the Grand Finale match.
“Lakas ng Pinas is an anthem that perfectly expresses Filipino MLBB athletes’ incomparable competence in gaming and esports. I am excited to perform this along with Alisson who poured his heart into crafting this song. I hope the MPL PH community is as excited as I am,” said the Filipino-American singer-songwriter.
In addition to the historic event, the fan-favorite MPL imports like ONIC Esports’ Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol, Geek Slate’s Allen “Baloyskie” Baloy, EVOS Legends’ Gerald “Dlar” Trinchera, and ex-Bigetron Alpha coach Jian “Pauloxpert” Munsayac will all be in attendance to cheer their former comrades.
Meanwhile, Team HAQ’s Robert “Hito” Candoy and Homebois Coach Dale Vitug from Malaysia will also visit the playoffs to cheer for their friends representing different teams.