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Work Auster Force, Laus Playbook Esports clinch Mobile Legends PH spots

Delfin Dioquino
Work Auster Force, Laus Playbook Esports clinch Mobile Legends PH spots

PERFECT RUN. Work Auster Force proves to be a dominant force as it finishes its MPL PH qualifiers campaign undefeated.

Photo from Facebook/Work Auster Force

Out of over 3,000 aspiring squads that registered for the MPL PH open qualifiers, Work Auster Force and Laus Playbook Esports come out on top

Two new teams are looking to make a splash in the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Philippines (MPL PH).

Out of over 3,000 aspiring squads that registered for the open qualifiers, Work Auster Force and Laus Playbook Esports came out on top to secure their spots in Season 7 of MPL PH.

Work Auster Force proved dominant as it never lost a game in the double-elimination main qualifiers, sweeping Laus Playbook Esports, Aether Main, and ultimately, ArkAngel in the upper bracket finals.

Relegated to the lower bracket, Laus Playbook Esports had to survive ULVL, Empire Esports, and Aether Main to reach the lower bracket finals.

Laus Playbook Esports then toppled ArkAngel, 2-1, in the lower bracket finals to clinch the last MPL PH seat.

It was a heartbreaking run for Aether Main, ArkAngel, and ULVL as they fell short of their goal to return to MPL PH.

Aether Main ruled Season 1, ArkAngel reigned supreme in Season 3, while ULVL saw action in Season 5.

Work Auster Force and Laus Playbook Esports will join returning MPL PH teams Bren Esports, Omega Esports, Execration, Blacklist International, Onic Philippines, Aura Philippines, Cignal Ultra, and Nexplay Solid.

Bren Esports, which recently won the Mobile Legends M2 World Championship in Singapore, will defend its MPL PH throne. – Rappler.com

Delfin Dioquino

Delfin Dioquino dreamt of being a PBA player, but he did not have the skills to make it. So he pursued the next best thing to being an athlete – to write about them. He took up journalism at the University of Santo Tomas and joined Rappler as soon as he graduated in 2017.