You can catch the MLBB M4 World Championship on 14 and 15 Jan at GV VivoCity

(Photo: Moonton)
(Photo: Moonton)

If you're looking to catch the upcoming Mobile Legends M4 World Championship finals with fellow fans in Singapore, here's some good news.

Golden Village Cinemas will be screening the lower bracket finals and the grand finals on 14 and 15 Jan respectively at its VivoCity outlet.

The lower bracket finals will be screened from 2pm onwards, while the grand finals will start at 3.30pm.

The screening is a partnership between Moonton (MPL Singapore), GV, and Singapore's M4 representative RSG SG. Tickets will cost S$25 a day and will come with some freebies.

"We've seen first-hand how passionate our MLBB esports fans in Singapore can be, evident from the packed crowd during the MPL Singapore Season 4 Grand Finals last October," said Jaime Cruz, Esports Lead, Singapore, MOONTON Games.

Those buying a single day ticket will get an in-game MLBB chest with a chance for an epic skin and a S$2 F&B credit. There will also be F&B coupons for food and drinks you can redeem at GV.

The best value, though, is if you get a two-day ticket, which entitles you to get another in-game chest that is guaranteed to have an epic skin, as well as S$9 in F&B credits.

Tickets will go on sale on 15 Dec and can be purchased here.

Taking place from 1 to 15 Jan next year in Jakarta, Indonesia, the M4 World Championships will feature squads from the usual suspects of Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore.

Joining them will be teams from Cambodia, Middle East, Myanmar, Turkey, North America, LATAM, Brazil, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam.

The M3 World Championship, which took place in December last year, saw Filipino squad Blacklist International sweep Indonesian rivals ONIC Esports 4-0 to take home US$300,000.

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