Esports Integrated (ESI), the folks behind the Malaysia Esports Championship (MEC) announced that they are back for a second season of competitions after a successful debut.
This year’s edition of the MEC 2021/2022 qualifiers will begin this month and will feature the same four games showcased previously: Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, PUBG Mobile, DOTA 2 and FIFA 22.
To spice things up, the top 4 teams that battled it out during the Malaysia Esports League 2021 (MEL21) back in Aug and Sep, will go straight to the MEC 2021/2022 quarterfinals.
The top 2 teams from Mobile Legends: Bang Bang tournament would earn a seat slot into MPL Season 9 Top 8 Qualifiers.
Participants of the MEC 2021/2022 will stand a chance to win from a prize pool of RM100,000 in cash.
Players and teams will compete in elimination-style bracketed tournament rounds during the tournament, the Qualifiers and PlayOffs.
The Grand Finals will take place in a physical event from 7 Jan 2022, for FIFA 22, DOTA 2; 8 Jan 2022 for Mobile Legends: Bang Bang; and 9 Jan 2022 for PUBG Mobile respectively.
The venue of the Grand Finals will be announced closer to the date and there will be limited seats for the audience.
Registrations for the Malaysia Esports Championship 2021/2022 are currently open. Here are the dates:
- 27 Nov – 9 Dec: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile
- 27 Nov – 11 Dec: FIFA 22
- 3 Dec – 14 Dec: DOTA 2
- 4 Dec – 16 Dec: Mobile Legends: Bang Bang
To register for the tournament, click here.