Bubbly flows are present in various industrial processes including metallurgical processes in which gas bubbles are injected at the bottom of bulk liquid metal to stir the liquid metal and homogenize the metal. Understanding the motion of such bubbles is essential, as it has been shown that bubble flotation can remove inclusions. In this work, we have numerically studied three-dimensional dynamics of a pair of inline Argon bubbles rising in molten steel under the influence of a transverse magnetic field. We have explored the effects of two transverse magnetic field strengths (Bx = 0 and 0.2 T). The bubbles' motion and transient rise velocities are compared under different magnetic fields. The shape deformations and path of the bubbles are discussed. The flow structures behind the bubbles are analyzed. We found that structures are more organized and elongated under a magnetic field, whereas it is complex and intertwined when the magnetic field is not included. We have used a geometry construction-based volume of fluid (VOF) method to track interface, maintain mass balance and estimate the interface curvature. Additionally, we have incorporated a Sharp Surface Force Method (SSF) for surface tension forces. The algorithm is able to minimize the spurious velocities.