Mobile Legends: Bang Bang esports fans, it’s time to mark your calendars.
After the conclusion of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup 2022 (MSC 2022), Moonton announced the official schedule of the M4 World Championship, the biggest international MLBB tournament held every year.
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The M4 World Championship official schedule
The announcement was first posted on the game’s official YouTube page. In the video, previous M series winners such as EVOS Legends, Bren Esports, and Blacklist International were shown celebrating their grand final wins.
The dates for the fourth M series were then revealed at the end — January 1 to 15, 2023.
There is still no announcement on where will it happen, or whether there will be a live audience in the venue.
The M2 World Championship didn’t include a live audience due to COVID-19 restrictions, while the M3 World Championship had a limited live audience. Both were held in Singapore.
Indonesia’s EVOS Legends won the inaugural M series championship, followed by the Philippines’ Bren Esports at the M2 World Championship, and Blacklist International at the M3 World Championship. Participating regions for the upcoming M4 World Championship have yet to be announced.
Before the M series, Moonton holds a mid-year tournament, the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup. In the recently concluded MSC 2022, MPL PH Season 9 champion RSG PH took home the championship after sweeping ID powerhouse RRQ Hoshi, 4-0 in the grand final.
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