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M2 World Championship to be held in Singapore

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Chinese video game developer Moonton’s M2 World Championship is set to be held in Singapore in January.

Moonton is the developer of popular Southeast Asian esports title Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.

Organized by Moonton in collaboration with Singapore’s Cybersports and Online Gaming Association (SCOGA) and supported by the Singapore Tourism Board, the M2 World Championship is set to be the first global offline esports event to be held in Southeast Asia in 2021.

“The team at SCOGA and myself are very humbled to be working with the wonderful team at Moonton along with local government agencies and industry partners,” said SCOGA co-founder Nicholas Khoo. 

“Hosting one of the world’s biggest events right here in Singapore not only gives hope to so many esports fans in a time of unprecedented disruption, but it also provides many opportunities to Singaporeans and encouragement to pursue their dreams and aspirations.”

Teams will gather at the Shangri-La Singapore to battle for a prize pool of $300,000 (£225,000/€248,000).

Singapore is becoming something of an esports hub, with the Global Esports Federation launched in the city-state in December 2019.

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