Malaysia MPL unveils key details of 2024 season

Video game developer MOONTON Games has announced the details of the upcoming seasons of MPL Malaysia, one of the main leagues of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. It will take place in a new and larger venue, and will also be supported by telecom operator Hotlink as “Presenter”.

MPL Malaysia is part of the MLBB esports circuit and has a total of 10 Malaysian teams.. Despite being the third most popular league in the title, behind MPL Indonesia and MPL Singapore, the competition continues to attract a large number of spectators. According to Esports Charts, the latest Malaysian MPL season recorded more than 550,000 viewers, almost double the previous season.

The 2024 season will continue to have two competitive divisions.although teams will now compete at the MBSJ Serdang Jaya Stadium, a venue that can accommodate up to 1,000 spectators. In addition to the league, the telecommunications company Hotlink will also support the country’s newly created amateur competition.. On the other hand, it has also announced a series of activations and initiatives, including the Hotlink Campus Initiative, which aims to support grassroots events on Malaysian campuses.

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MOONTON partnered with IO Esports to launch an official MLBB amateur league. in the region. The company shared that there will be two separate conferences in the league: Challengers and Affiliated. The top Challengers team will earn promotion to the Malaysian MPL, and the runner-up will play the ninth-ranked team in the Malaysian MPL to try to secure promotion.

The winners of the Malaysian MPL will earn a direct berth to the MLBB Mid Season Cup in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.. ASUS Republic of Gamers and Nescafe have also returned as official sponsors of the MPL Malaysia in 2024.

As one of the most prominent esports organizations in Southeast Asia, our ambition is to contribute to the development of future Malaysian champions who will excel in future international MLBB events. With the M6 World Championship on the horizon, the amateur competition will serve to foster the growth of the esports community in Malaysia by creating an environment conducive to talent and providing a clear pathway to professionalism.

Leon Lee, CEO of IO Esports

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