The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) playoffs approach for the majority of countries, and more information about the upcoming M4 World Championship, which will take place in Indonesia early next year, has been made public. The winner will walk away with the majority of the US$800,000 prize fund. Blacklist International from the Philippines won the M3 World Championship after dominating local opponent ONIC PH in the championship match. Mobile Legends World Championship
The number of tournament slots each region will receive was disclosed by Moonton on Facebook, with a few minor changes from the previous year.MPL Significant regions like the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia will each have two spots available, but rising MPL regions like Brazil and Cambodia will only have one.
All participating regions and number of slots
|MENA (the Middle East and North Africa)||1|
|LATAM (Latin America)||2|
|Mekong (Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam)||1|
This year’s M3 World Championship will feature competitors from places like Myanmar and the Mekong that weren’t there last year. Each of them will send one representative, who will be chosen by a qualifier.
The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) will have no representatives this season for the first time in the history of the M-Series. This year, Singapore will only have one representative, down from two in the previous M-series.
Eastern European nations are absent
Although several teams from Southeast Asia have started to participate again, at the M4 Mobile Legends World Championship this time it is confirmed that teams from Eastern Europe must be absent. Having previously been represented by Deus Veult and NaVi in several previous World Championship series, the region must miss this event. Instead, the regional slot was given to another region, specifically to the SEA region to make a team from Myanmar join the battle.