In case you haven't heard yet, Indonesia now has 2 tiers in their Mobile Legends tournament. The first tier is the infamous MPL ID. The second is the newly christened MDL, abbreviation of Mobile Legends Development League. The MDL was created to breed new young talents from across Indonesia. Kicking off first in April 2020, the MDL is no longer a tier 2 anymore.
The SEA Games 2022 in Vietnam will finally feature esports as a medalled sport (not just an exhibition). Finally, after a long time hustling, esports is getting the recognition it deserves because of the community.
As M3 concluded their prestigious tournament, Blacklist International emerged as their champion, proving that Philippines Mobile Legends scene is the best in the world once again after Bren Esports were also crowned champions back in M2 last year.
At last, true esports once again took centrestage at the M3 World Championships where some good, pure gaming between two Filipino teams aptly rounded off two weeks of intense, at times over-the-top action.
M3 is upon us and we’ve been all relishing the battles between the regions’ top teams. But while we have been enjoying the action from Singapore, the tournament feels incomplete without the presence of a team from Myanmar. Even more so, given that the runner-ups are Myanmar’s Burmese Ghouls.