M3 World Championship in Singapore

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The M3 World Championship 2021 will take place from Dec. 6 to 19 to crown a champion in Mobile Legends Bang Bang, Moonton announced on Nov. 6. It will take place as an offline event in Singapore.

Another big event for The M3 World Championship 2021 in December 6 to 19 as to be crown a champion for the most popular game of all time Mobile Legends Bang Bang. The Moonton announced this November 6 that the first event will be place in Singapore as an offline event.

Around sixteen teams from around the globe will be competing on the M3 World Championship. Unlike to the last year M2 World Championship on January 2020, the organizer Moonton is surely that everyone will enjoy the competition and safety is a must for the Covid-19 preventive measure for the live match.

It was also live audience on the event and we all know that Singapore is one of the most vaccinated countries in the world which is more than 85% of the whole population is vaccinated.


Group Stage: Dec. 6 to 9.

Playoffs: Dec. 11 to 18.

Finals: Dec. 19.


Total of 16 teams splits into four groups with four team on each. All of them will compete in a single round robin format that you can see on the stage.

There will be no teams to be disqualified and its rankings will used to determine to get into the playoffs.

While the playoffs will be a double elimination bracket. Top two teams on each group should make it on the upper bracket and two is on the lower bracket.

All upper bracket is best of five. The lower will be featuring the bets of three until to the third round.


M3 World Championship features a total prize pool of $800,000.

Champion: $300,000

Runners-up: $120,000

Third place: $80,000

Fourth place: $55,000

Fifth and sixth place: $40,000

Seventh and eighth place: $30,000

Ninth to 12th place: $15,000

13th to 16th place: $10,000

MVP of the grand finals: $5,000

Group Draw

Group A

Blacklist International (Philippines)

Red Canids Kalunga (Brazil)

Malvinas Gaming (Peru)

Bedel (Turkey)

Group B

Onic Esports (Indonesia)

Onic Philippines (Philippines)

Todak (Malaysia)

Vivo Keyd (Brazil)

Group C

Evos Esports (Singapore)

SeeYouSoon (Cambodia)

Na’Vi (CIS)

BloodThirstyKings (USA)

Group D

Team SMG (Malaysia)

RRQ (Indonesia)

GX Squad (Middle East)

RSG (Singapore)

So what are you waiting for? Come and see the live coverage of Sikat ang Pinoy for The M3 World Championship 2021.

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