Best Mobile Legends Tournaments in 2024

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The best Mobile Legends tournaments are some of the top tournaments in the entire esports industry. Offering fantastic viewership and prize pools, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang tournaments in 2024 look to carry the torch of previous seasons. Read on to learn everything essential for the season!

Here are the best Mobile Legends tournaments 2024 has in store for you.

Mobile Legends 2024 Esports Roadmap

First things first, here’s a look at the Mobile Legends tournaments for 2024 as revealed by Liga Games:

Image Credits: Liga Games

Let’s take a closer look at the highlights of 2024.

M World Championship

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Let’s start at the best Mobile Legends betting opportunity – the M World Championship.

Hosted every year, the M World Championship unites the global community under one roof to crown a new World Champion.

Beyond the pride, a huge prize pool is typically up for grabs, reaching $900,000 for the M5 World Championship last season.

For 2024, the post-season tournament is scheduled for December, ending the year with a bang.

To learn more about this prestigious event and its history, check out our M World Championship page.

Mid-Season Cup – A New Tournament

A new vision of globalization and inclusivity has led to the creation of the Mid-Season Cup in July. 

For this eight iteration, the competition moves out of Southeast Asia, with a lot more teams and a larger prize pool.

While further details look to be revealed, this Mid-Season Cup is being designed to be similar to other esports such as League of Legends, which also has an international tournament in the middle of the season.

ESL Pro Series – Twice in 2024

Building on last year’s format, the ESL Pro Series is returning for 2024 with two iterations of the tournament, in May and November 2024.

Moreover, these international tournaments look to offer more regular competition throughout the season building up to the tournaments such as the MSC and M World Championship.

This tournament can be seen as an international league of some kind.

Such a tournament likely features only the best Mobile Legends players.

Regional Leagues

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Next up are a number of regional leagues with seasonal competition across the entire 2024 season.

Here’s a look at all of the national leagues to look forward to:

  • MPL Philippines
  • MPL Cambodia
  • MPL Indonesia
  • MPL Malaysia
  • MPL MENA
  • MPL India
  • MPL Singapore
  • MPL Brazil
  • NACT
  • Qualifier regions – Myanmar, Mongolia, Turkey and more!

With such a long list of regions, it’s definitely easy to be overwhelmed.

Out of all the regions, the MPL Philippines has cemented itself as offering some of the best competition, with esports betting in the Philippines being rather popular.

World Esports IESF 2024

Common to every year of mobile esports competitions are festivals.

Moreover, festivals tend to offer a number of mobile esports disciplines under one roof.

This year, in Saudi Arabia, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is featuring in the World Esports IESF tournament in November.

Such a tournament involves regional and national qualifiers with competitors representing their nations, making for fantastic betting opportunities.

Second Tier + Women’s League

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Beyond the main circuit of competition, there’s are developmental leagues in the most popular regions.

Examples include MDL Indonesia and MDL Philippines, while the MLBB Academy League has been introduced for 2024 specifically for Malaysia.

While these may not be the best betting opportunities, esports betting sites tend to offer coverage for the most popular regions.

In addition, a third MLBB Women’s Invitational is taking place this season – one of the most popular female esports events in all of mobile esports.

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