Team HAQ Dethrones Todak to Claim MPL MY Season 10 Champion


Team HAQ Dethrones Todak and Claims MPL MY Season 10 Championship

John Dave Rossel
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Team HAQ is crowned as the MPL MY Season 10 champion.
Team HAQ secured a 4-2 win against Todak in the grand finals.
Team HAQ and Todak will represent Malaysia in the upcoming M4 World Championship.

Team HAQ is crowned as the champion of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) Malaysia (MY) Season 10. Following an intense 4-2 series win in the championship match, the newcomers, made up of former Orange Esports players, dominated the former monarchs of Malaysia. Team HAQ and Todak shall move on to represent Malaysia in the upcoming M4 World Championship and compete for the title of world champion. Eight teams have now successfully qualified for the upcoming world series tournament. There will be 15 days of action-packed matches during the M4 World Championship, which is set to begin on 1st January.

Team HAQ put forth a Cinderella run in the MPL MY Season 10

Team HAQ was one of the new challengers of the MPL MY Season 10. The team fought its way up from the qualification stage, finishing the regular season in second place under Group A.

As Team HAQ entered the playoff round, Orange Esports defeated it 0-2 to send the team straight to the lower bracket. But in the lower bracket, the newcomers succeeded and won numerous clean sweep victories against RED Esports MY and RSG MY.

During the upper bracket finals match, Todak also moved Orange Esports to the lower bracket. Thanks to this, Team HAQ had the chance to exact retribution against Orange Esports, defeating the team 3-1 to go to the grand finals versus Todak.

Team HAQ was able to defeat Todak twice in the first two games of the BO7 series. However, the defending champion was able to score two wins to equalize the series with a 2-2 scoreline. Despite Todak's best efforts, Team HAQ was able to dominate the series with two additional victories and clinch the championship for itself.

Todak will compete for Malaysia at the upcoming M4 World Championship alongside Team HAQ. Both teams shall vye for the title of world champion and the majority of the $800,000 USD prize pool. It will be intriguing to watch how both the Malaysian teams fare against the top international squads.

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John has been reporting developments on major mobile MOBA titles such as Mobile Legends, Wild Rift, and Arena of Valor for over two years. He also understands and follows various other PC/Mobile games such as League of Legends, Crossfire, Warcraft and more.

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