MOONTON Games to Bring the M6 World Championship in M’sia
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Malaysia to Host the Mobile Legends’ M6 World Championship in 2024

Malaysia to Host the Mobile Legends M6 World Championship in 2024 Photo by Facebook/Mobile Legends Esports

What a good year it is for all esports gamers! Following the M5 World Championship, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) developer MOONTON Games has announced that Malaysia is set to host the M6 World Championship next year.

Known as one of the leading countries in the esports scene, the M6 World Championship marks the return of the game where it all began, where the inaugural M1 World Championship was also held in Kuala Lumpur back in 2019.

Although details are yet to be released, the championship is expected to happen around December next year following the schedule of the previous championship program.

Starting in 2018, MOONTON Games has been hosting MLBB Professional League (MPL) in Southeast Asia and has been alive since then.

To learn more about this exciting event, follow Mobile Legends Esports’ Facebook, Instagram, and X (formerly Twitter) accounts.

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