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M2 World Championship: Teams Participating

Nutan Lele
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  • Teams from different regions will compete for a total prize pool of $300,000 USD for the MLBB M2 World Championship
  • Teams from Japan, Brazil, Russia, and other regions around the world will be flown in early for the competition taking place between 18th and 24th January
  • M2 would be an in-person competition but would not have a live audience as a safety measure.

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang developer Moonton announced the M2 World Championship a few days ago. Teams from different regions will compete for a total prize pool of $300,000 USD for the MLBB M2 World Championship. The tournament will be hosted in Singapore next year January 2021. In addition to playing for a total prize pool of $300K USD,  the winning team will also receive its very own skin with its branding on an in-game hero of its choice. Tournament brackets will be selected on 12th December.

The last season was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, featuring 16 teams from different regions and a total prize pool of $250,000. Last time, Evos Legends took the crown and went home with a grand prize of $80,000

The teams attending the event have been declared:

  • DREAMMAX (Brazil)
  • IMPUNITY KH (Cambodia)
  • RRQ (Indonesia)
  • ALTER EGO ESPORTS (Indonesia)
  • 10S GAMING FROST (Japan)
  • TODAK (Malaysia)
  • BURMESE GHOULS (Myanmar)
  • BREN ESPORTS (Philippines)
  • OMEGA ESPORTS (Philippines)
  • UNIQUE DEVU (Russia)
  • RSG EVOS SG (Singapore)

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Safety For M2 Is Getting Ramped Up

This year there will be multiple teams flying in to take part in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang M2 World Championship in Singapore. This is one of the few tournaments which is opting to fly in their teams after the lockdowns declared across the world this year. Moonton has announced that the teams from Japan, Brazil, Russia, and other regions around the world will be flown in early for the competition taking place between 18th and 24th January. To ensure player safety, the publisher announced that M2 would be an in-person competition but would not have a live audience as a safety measure.

Teams attending the event in person will have to “abide by the requirements on COVID-19 prevention and control and prevailing public health regulations,” Moonton said in its announcement, meaning that players will have to spend a lot of time under quarantine.

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Nutan is AFK Gaming's source for everything from Twitch to the Twitterati. Her focus lies in distilling esports content from around the world. As the former captain of Girlaxy India, she brings an experienced eye in analysing the League of Legends scene.

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