Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is a popular mobile multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game developed and published by Moonton. One of the most notable Mobile Legends esports tournaments is the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL), which features teams from various countries competing for large cash prizes. Read to find out the list of winners from all international competitions of the M4 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship.

M4 World Championship

ECHO from Philippines made history by becoming M4 World Champions as they toppled the crown from defending champions, Blacklist International. ECHO’s team members will take home a cash prize of $300,000.

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  • ECHO won 4-0 over Blacklist International, who are also from the Philippines. Karl “KarlTzy” Nepomuceno became the first ever 2-time MLBB World Champion.
  • Mobile Legends: Bang Bang has a strong competitive scene, with various tournaments and leagues being held throughout the year, both online and offline.

Complete list of winners

Here’s a complete list of Mobile Legends winners from all international competitions in the order they finished in the M4 World Championship. A total prize pool of $800,000 was divided amongst these winners. 

  1. ECHO (Philippines)
  2. Blacklist International (Philippines)
  3. RRQ Hoshi (Indonesia)
  4. ONIC Esports (Indonesia)
  5. Falcon Esports (Myanmar)
  6. The Valley (North America)
  7. Incendio Supremacy (Turkey)
  8. RRQ Akira (Brazil)
  9. S11 Gaming ARG (Argentina)
  10. Team HAQ (Malaysia)
  11. SWORDFISH (Malaysia)
  12. Occupy Thrones (MENA)
  13. RSG Singapore (Singapore)
  14. MDH Esports (Vietnam)
  15. BURN x Team Flash (Cambodia)
  16. Malvinas Gaming (Peru)

Mobile Legends International Competitions

The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League has several regional leagues, including MPL – Indonesia, MPL – Malaysia/Singapore, MPL – Philippines, and MPL – Thailand.

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  • Another major Mobile Legends esports event is the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia (SEA) Games, which is held every year and features teams from countries in Southeast Asia competing for the title of champion. 
  • Additionally, there are international tournaments such as the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship (M4) which gathers top teams from different regions to compete for the title of world champion.

Viewership and prizes

Mobile Legends esports has a dedicated fan base, with many fans tuning in to watch live streams of tournaments and matches on platforms such as YouTube and Twitch

  • The game’s popularity has also led to the rise of professional players and teams, with many players earning significant amounts of money through tournament winnings and sponsorships.
  • The game gained over 331.4 million viewing hours in 2022. The Mobile Legends Professional League ID Season 9 generated more than 2.83 million peak viewers.
Mobile Legends M4 World Championship winners
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Overall, the Mobile Legends scene is rapidly growing and has great potential to become one of the major esports in the world. With its strong fan base, dedicated players and teams, and the regular tournaments and leagues, it is a game that is definitely worth watching and keeping an eye on in the future.

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SOURCES: One eSports, Win.GG, Mobile Legends