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A total of 16 teams from around the world will compete for a share of a US$800,000 prize pool at the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship (M3), which will be held in Singapore from December 6 to 19, 2021.

This year, new regions such as the Middle East, North America, Latin America, and Turkey will compete for the coveted title of world champions at the M3 tournament.


After being seeded into three pools and then divided into four different batches by means of a lottery, the participating teams will be separated to ensure that no teams from the same region are placed in the same group. All of the teams will be competing in a virtual environment.

There will be new in-game campaigns introduced, about which fans will be able to learn more in the coming weeks, including the following:

M3 Battle Pass
M3 Exclusive Skin
Guess the M3 winner

The Singapore Tourism Board’s Jean Ng, Executive Director of Attractions, Entertainment and Tourism Concept Development, stated: “We are thrilled to welcome the world’s largest Mobile Legends: Bang Bang tournament back to Singapore this year.” It is a testament to our ability to safely execute events that MOONTON Games’ confidence in hosting the M3 World Championship in Singapore has grown. This confidence has strengthened our position as a premier esports destination around the world. “We are looking forward to welcoming all qualifying teams to Singapore and connecting with fans and esports enthusiasts from all over the world,” says the organization.

Traveling players, staff, and talent will be required to serve out the entire quarantine period and will be subjected to daily temperature checks and ART tests throughout the event for the sake of everyone’s safety.

MOONTON Games stated that it would adhere to local regulations in order to ensure the health and safety of all players as well as the general public.

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Esports is one of the fastest-growing esports leagues in the world, with the MPL Indonesia S8 recently breaking the record for peak concurrent views with 2.39 million viewers.