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MLBB M2 World Championship to be Hosted in Singapore



One of Mobile Legends’ biggest esports tournaments: Bang Bang (MLBB) has found its way to Singapore. One of the most anticipated MLBB tournaments, the MLBB M2 World Championship will be hosted in Singapore next year in January 2021. Top teams from around the world will compete for a total prize pool of $ 300,000.

Earlier this year, Singapore lost the chance to host a DOTA 2 Major due to the ongoing global pandemic. However, it looks like normalcy has been restored, allowing Moonton to host the MLBB M2 World Championship tournament in the Southeast Asian country.

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“Mobile Legends draws much of its current global success from its roots in South East Asia and Moonton is very pleased to bring this great news to gamers around the world with the support of the Government of Singapore and our partners in the world. ‘industry”. said Justin Yuan, co-founder and CEO of Moonton. “This will be our most exciting event ever as our best players embark on this epic journey to fight in Singapore.”

Singapore hosts MLBB M2 World Championship

The culmination of professional MLBB esports, the M2 World Championship will take place in the comfort of the luxury Shangri-la hotel in Singapore.

“The growth of esports continues to accelerate, especially in these uncertain times.” Jean Ng, Executive Director, Concept Development of Attractions, Entertainment and Tourism at STB, said. “We are delighted to welcome a global title like Mobile Legends as we gradually and safely resume events in Singapore.”

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Further details on the MLBB M2 World Championship are expected to be released shortly. It is speculated that recent MPL winners such as Todak, Bren Esports and RQQ Hoshi will participate and occupy some of the Southeast Asian slots for the tournament. Moonton has yet to announce specific tournament details and which teams will compete in the MLBB M2 World Championship.

The MLBB M2 World Championship event is supported by the Singapore Tourism Board and the Singapore Cybersports and Online Gaming Association (SCOGA) and will be the first-ever major offline esports tournament in Southeast Asia in 2021 .

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