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M4 World Championship Knockout Stage Day 7: Blacklist advances to Grand Finals, Check results


M4 World Championship Knockout Stage Day 7: Blacklist advances to Grand Finals – It was the longest matchday yet of the M4 World Championship. There were 3 best-of-5 series held with teams giving their all to stay alive in the tournament. In the Lower Bracket, Falcon Esports faced off against RRQ Hoshi while The Valley fought ONIC Esports. The final series was the Upper Bracket finals between ECHO and Blacklist. Here is a recap of the Knockout Stage Day 7.

M4 World Championship Knockout Stage Day 7: Results


The first series of the day between RRQ and Falcon was quite intense. RRQ secured the first two matches and looked poised to clean-sweep their opponents. But Falcon bounced back by winning back-to-back matches and equalizing the score.

But Falcon got crushed in the decider game 5. RRQ completely dominated them to win the series and move further in the Lower Bracket.


While the North American representatives started off the series on a strong note by taking the first game, they were not able to keep up their momentum. ONIC countered their playstyle in the upcoming games, winning 3 matches consecutively.

It was ONIC’s jungler CW who helped his team dominate the opponents and secure leads, ultimately converting them into victories.


The final series of the day was reminiscent of the grand finals of MPL Philippines Season 10. Both the Filipino representatives ECHO and Blacklist duked it out for the Grand Finals spot at M4 World Championship.

It was a back-and-forth series with both teams popping off in alternate games. The series went to the decider game 5 where Blacklist made short work of ECHO.

It was a highly action-packed day where MLBB fans witnessed some brilliant plays. 2 out of the 3 series went to the final game 5, showcasing the peak gameplay performance by the teams.

The journey of Falcon Esports and The Valley ends after their loss in the lower bracket. Blacklist International has successfully qualified for the M4 Grand Finals and will be looking forward to defending its title again this year.

Stay tuned to get the latest updates from M4 World Championship as well as any in-game Mobile Legends: Bang Bang content.

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