As PUBG Mobile Philippines today shared that all seven Philippine teams made it to the finals of the inaugural PUBG Mobile Challengers League – Southeast Asia Spring 2024, they also shine the spotlight on local celebrities who play the battle royale mobile game.

Ken of SB19 a.k.a. Felip

Ken of SB19

Ken Suson, a member of the P-pop kings SB19, not only conquers the stage with his mesmerizing performances but also dominates in PUBG Mobile. He’s been playing PUBG for four years. Ken, whose real name is Felip Jhon Suson, maneuvers through the map with precision, leading his squad to victory. Often seen streaming his gameplay sessions, Ken, known in the PUBG world as Felip, engages with fans on how to excel in PUBG Mobile. Catch him on Tiktok as he unveils PUBG Mobile streams for both gaming and P-pop fans alike.

In a video greeting posted on Facebook by PUBG Mobile yesterday, Ken sent his best wishes to the competing Philippine teams.

Myrtle Sarrosa

Myrtle Sarrosa cosplaying as manga character Nobara Kugisaki Credit: Myrtle Sarrosa's Facebook Page

Rising to prominence after being declared the “Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition 4” big winner, Myrtle Sarrosa maintained her popularity as a cosplayer and actress. Her passion for gaming resonates with fans, inspiring fellow gamers to pursue their dreams both in and out of the virtual world. She unveiled the very first customizable skin in PUBG Mobile, with the Spectre Slayer in the Royal Pass A1.

Ryan Bang

Ryan Bang at the Asia Artist Awards 2023 Credit: Hallyu Dorama

Comedian and television host Ryan Bang, who is Korean by blood and Filipino by heart, brings his signature humor to PUBG Mobile. While he may not always bring home the chicken dinner, playing with Ryan is an enjoyable gaming experience for his teammates and entertaining for his viewers.

Led by the PUBG Mobile National Championships winner Harame Bro, the teams 214 Akira, Exquisite Esports, Dread Esports, ELV8 Esports, Playbook Esports (PBE), and Enigma Harame Bro are out to battle the best from Myanmar, Cambodia, and Singapore during the PUBG Mobile Challengers League – Southeast Asia Spring 2024 grand finals this weekend.

Former Senator Bam Aquino, who is also a gamer, has also expressed his support to the Philippine teams.