Updated on December 6, 6:45 p.m. (GMT+8): Updated match score and schedule.

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is one of the esports titles featured in the International Esports Federation’s 14th World Esports Championship 2022 (IESF 2022).

Four teams duked it out in their respective regional qualifiers, while others were directly invited to the tournament. In the end, eight teams from all around the world will be crossing swords in the playoffs, which will be held offline in Bali, Indonesia.

Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming tournament, including the format, schedule, and where to watch the games.

What is IESF 2022’s 14th WE Championship?

SIBOL's roster for IESF WEC 2022
Credit: ONE Esports

The 14th World Esports Championship is the last global Mobile Legends: Bang Bang tournament in 2022. Eight teams from MPL and non-MPL regions will compete for the lion’s share of the US$100,000 prize pool.

Teams from all around the world participated in the regional qualifier. In the end, only the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Slovenia, Vietnam, and Argentina made it to the playoffs and will compete offline in Bali, Indonesia.

IESF 2022 14th WE Championship format

IESF 2022 14th WEC format
Credit: Garudaku

Eight teams from eight countries make up the tournament. Four of them came from the qualifiers (Malaysia, Namibia, Slovenia, and Argentina), while the remaining four were directly invited (Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines).

The eight qualified teams will all start in the upper bracket in a double-elimination format. All matches are best-of-three, except for the grand final which will be a best-of-five.

The tournament will run from December 3 to 10.

MalaysiaAsia Championship
NamibiaAfrican Championship
SloveniaEuropean Championship
ArgentinaPANAM Open

IESF 2022 14th WE Championship schedule

Day 1 (December 3)

Upper bracket quarterfinal

Namibia0 — 2Cambodia
Malaysia2 — 0Vietnam
Slovenia0 — 2Argentina

Day 2 (December 4)

Upper bracket quarterfinal

Philippines0 — 2Indonesia

Lower bracket round 1

Namibia0 — 2Vietnam
Slovenia0 — 2Philippines

Day 3 (December 5)

Upper bracket semifinal

Cambodia2 — 1Malaysia
Argentina0 — 2Indonesia

Lower Bracket quarterfinal

Vietnam0 — 2Malaysia

Day 4 (December 6)

Lower Bracket quarterfinal

Philippines2 — 0Argentina

Upper bracket final

Cambodia1 — 2Indonesia

Lower Bracket semifinal

Malaysia0 — 2Philippines

Day 5 (December 10)

Lower bracket final

Cambodia0 — 2Philippines

Day 6 (December 11)

Grand final

Indonesia3 — 0Philippines

Indonesia wins 3-0!

Where to watch?

The games will be livestreamed on Garudaku‘s official YouTube channel and IESF 2022’s Twitch channel.

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