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M5 to be held in EVM Convention Center, Rizal Memorial Coliseum

Department of Tourism representatives Robby Alabado III, Undersecretary Atty. Mae Elaine Bathan, Moonton Games Philippines' Country Esports Head Logan Shaw, and Moonton's Regional PR Manager Keith NiƱo Medrano signed the memorandum of agreement for the M5 World Championship in the Philippines. Photo from MPL Philippines / Richard Esguerra

by Drew Malihan

QUEZON CITY - Two venues in Metro Manila will witness the best of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang pro esports scene as Moonton and the Philippines' Department of Tourism announced in their joint press conference for the M5 World Championships inside the EVM Convention Center.

The aforementioned convention center in Quezon City will host the group stages and the first day of knockout stage from December 2 to 12, while the second day of the knockouts up to the grand finals will be held at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum in Manila.

The M5 Wildcard Stage meanwhile will be held from November 23 to 26 inside Jio Space in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

Tickets now on sale
Those who will want to watch the games in the Philippines will have a chance to secure their seats as early bird tickets will be available starting from September 25 to November 3 through Slash, including MVP Pass and PH Super Pass.

Both the MVP Pass and PH Super Pass will have their additional perks, with the PH Super Pass getting access to all matches to either of the M-World Series teams, while MVP Pass holders will have priority seating and have access to meet and greet events with teams.

M5-related events to be held
The fifth world championship for MLBB will also held their awarding ceremonies during the tournament, commemorating the fifth anniversary of the M-World.

Moonton also confirmed on nationwide watch parties in partnership with both public and private organizations, as well as partner universities to take the games closer to people outside Metro Manila.

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