Mobile Legends: Bang’s (MLBB) yearly esports contest, the M3 World Championship, will occur in December in a disconnected scene, Moonton reported yesterday.
It will highlight 16 groups from around the globe seeking a portion of the prize pool and the title of title holders. More insights concerning it haven’t been uncovered at this point, however.
Groups will fit the bill for the M3 World Championship through the Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) in Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Brazil, and Cambodia.
The MPL is Moonton’s head group for the versatile MOBA game. While it has been running in nations of Southeast Asia for quite a long time, the organization as of late declared its development to Brazil and Cambodia.
The MPL Philippines has additionally executed an establishment-based framework for its eighth season, comprising of eight groups. It should start on Aug. 13 yet has been deferred because of COVID-19 related lockdowns in the country. This likewise makes it the second diversified group for MLBB after the MPL Indonesia.
In spite of the pandemic, Mobile Legends has had a colossal year as far as esports viewership. The M2 World Championship, which was held in January, topped at more than 3,000,000 watchers, as indicated by Esports Charts. Filipino group Bren Esports came in the lead position in the $300,000 rivalry. The new periods of the MPL Indonesia and Philippines additionally had a stunning pinnacle viewership of 1.8 million and 1.4 million, separately.