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BREN, Omega to compete in M2 World Championships


The long wait is finally over.

MPL-Philippines Season Six champion BREN Esports and grand finalist SMART Omega will get to test their mettle in the biggest Mobile Legends: Bang Bang stage in the world.

This, as game developer Moonton announced that it will host the M2 World Championships in Singapore this coming January.

The top two teams from the MPL Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia/Singapore, and Myanmar will get direct invitations to the global meet.

Teams that are expected to join are Indonesia champion RRQ Hoshi and second placer Alter Ego, MY/SG champion Todak and second placer EVOS Singapore, and Myanmar titlist Burmese Ghouls along with runner up Ronin Esports.

Reigning world champion EVOS Legends’ fate is still uncertain after ending Season Six with a 5th-6th place finish.

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