The first-ever Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship — dubbed as M1 — kicks off on 15 to 17 November in Malaysia which features 16 teams across the world to battle it out for a prize pool of a whopping $250,000.
For the group stages of the M1 World Championship, it will roll out on 11 to 14 November and will be followed by the main event as teams go through regional qualifiers, such as the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL), for Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Myanmar and the Philippines, and the M1 Qualifiers for countries without MPL such as Cambodia, Thailand and Laos, Vietnam, Japan, Turkey, Russia, United States and Brazil.
With so many formidable contenders, only time will tell who will make it to the top.
Representing the Philippines are Sunspark and Onic PH — which are all set to emerge as victors in the battle.
Fans and enthusiasts who want to experience the M1 Championship live can get their three-day or one-day pass via http://bit.ly/M1-Tickets. Tickets are bundled with limited edition goodie bags and entry into the M1 massive lucky draws where fans can win big surprises such as motorbikes, smart phones, gaming chairs, headsets, the M1 bundle pack and more.
They will also get the chance to participate in the KOL Showmatch, special pass into the Experience Zone, as well as entry to get the coveted Miya figurine.
All the action will be livestreamed on YouTube Gaming from battleground–Axiata Arena, Bukit Jalil in Kuala Lumpur.
Meanwhile, in this year’s Southeast Asian Games, eSports will make its debut with Mobile Legends sponsoring the first gold medal in the eSports category. Nine national teams will compete to be the best Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team in Southeast Asia.
Catch the live streaming of the matches on the 5th, 7th and 8th of December via Mobile Legends: Bang Bang’s official Facebook page.
For information, visit https://mobilelegendsbangbang.com/.