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MPL Malaysia Season 9 Goes Offline

MPL MY S9 Goes Offline

The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) in Malaysia has officially gone offline! After two seasons, the tournament will open its doors to the public from March 11 (Regular Season, Week 4) onwards to the end of the Regular Season.

Fans of the popular esports league can watch their favourite stars up close at EBN Esports City, Quill City Mall KL from Week 4 (March 11) onwards.

Match Ticket Sales and Team Season Pass

Fans looking to catch the matches may purchase the tickets at Priced at RM15 per match session, the venue fits up to x50 pax, including regular ticket buyers and Team Season Pass (TSP) holders.

TSP entitles audiences to watch all team-specific matches from RM80 onwards. Tickets are only available for sale online.

TSP-buyers will not be required to pay an additional fee during the playoffs timeframe, should their chosen team qualify. The event will adhere to local government protocol and regulations, with safe distancing measures in place.

Safety First

Audiences attending the matches are required to undergo pre-COVID-19 testing. All participants must be fully vaccinated, and those with a body temperature below 37.5 will be allowed to enter the venue.

Participants are required to test themselves before the match day, and upload their MySejahtera vaccination status on the ticketing website.

MPL Malaysia Season 9 is held in partnership with the Ministry of Youth and Sports (Malaysia), Youth & Sports Ministry, and Esports Integrated (ESI).

It is one of the most-watched Malaysian esports tournaments, with a peak-concurrent viewership high of 137k, according to Esports Charts. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is a popular 5v5 MOBA game that requires teamwork and strategy to carry your team to victory.

The game was recently awarded the title of ‘The Best MOBA Games Overseas’ by Sensor Tower.

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