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HomeBois wins Mobile Legends Bang Bang MSC 2024 Wild Card, Know more

HomeBois wins Mobile Legends Bang Bang MSC 2024 Wild Card, Know more

Malaysian esports organization HomeBois wins Mobile Legends Bang Bang MSC 2024 (Mid Season Cup 2024) Wild Card.

HomeBois bested seven other teams in the Wild Card Stage of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) Mid Season Cup (MSC) 2024 to clinch the final spot of the Group Stage, where they will vie against 15 other international teams for the coveted title and biggest share of the life-changing USD 3,000,000 prize pool. Hosted in Boulevard Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the final fight of the Wild Card Stage saw HomeBois successfully edged out Entity7 in a grueling Best-Of-five (BO5) match to earn the right to #SeeTheWorld on the Main Stage.

Mobile Legends Bang Bang MSC 2024

Malaysian esports organization HomeBois was founded by prominent esports figure Nureddy Nursal, known as Daddyhood. HomeBois gained recognition for its strong performances in local and regional MLBB tournaments. 

HomeBois brought in young starlet from the Philippines Kenneth “Nets” Barro as its Gold laner and promising Indonesian talent Muhammad Julian “Udil” Ardiansyah as its Mid laner. The lineup also consists of established Malaysian players, namely, Muhammad Irfan “Sepat” bin Aujang (EXP laner), Muhammad Nazhan Mohd “Chibi” Nor (Jungler), Mohammad Zul Hisham “Xorn” bin Mohd Noor (Roamer), and Muhammad Akmal “Mal” bin Rozali (Substitute).

HomeBois will compete in Group C alongside Liquid ECHO, Team Spirit, and Twisted Minds. The team’s first match will be scheduled for 3 July, at 14:00 (GMT+3) against Team Spirit. 

“I am really happy and excited to fight in the Group Stage. But the moment I leave the venue today, I will remain focused on my task for the team. We need to set our emotions and focus on another mission,” said Assistant Coach Jeffrey “Jeff” Manforte.

“All of us (in the team) want to be champions. In the last MSC, I did not have the chance to go (to Group Stage). Now that I am here, I want to do better. This time, we are fixing our previous problems by getting some help from our imports, and we are ready to be better,” added Head Coach Khairul Azman “Pabz” bin Mohd Sharif.

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The inaugural Wild Card Stage at the MSC 2024 set a new viewership benchmark for Peak Concurrent Views (PCV); it had 373,543 PCV, according to esports analytics agency, Esports Charts, eclipsing the M5 World Championship Wild Card record of 271,822 PCV. HomeBois was featured in four out of five top Wild Card matches in terms of peak viewership. The Malaysia-based squad is also declared the most popular team in terms of average viewers.

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