The largest mobile legends tournament in Southeast Asia, the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Championship (MSC) 2022, has been officially canceled by Moonton due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic situation.
Some officials regret Moonton’s decision to cancel MSC 2022 and ask why Moonton is not making MSC 2022 an online tournament like the PUBG Mobile Premier League (PMPL) SEA Final 2022.
Moonton’s spokesman and communications manager, Azwin Nugraha, told Spine Sports why Moonton didn’t want to host MSC2020 online.
“We (Moonton) want to make sure that all the elements and players are in the best possible condition and support environment when competing in international competitions. We put our assets first.” Aswin・ Nugraha explained.
Azwin also gave Spine Sports a leak about the MSC2020 exchange tournament. It is currently still mature so that it can be a half-baked exchange tournament for MSC 2022.
“MPL Indonesia Season 5 (EVOS and RRQ) Grand Finalists will be participating in the MPL Cross Region Invitational. Currently, we are still working on a tournament scheduled for the end of June. “Aswin said.
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Spin eSports will determine if the MPL Cross-Region Invitational Tournament is comparable to the MSC and if the next MSC will have MPL ID Season 6 champions and runners-up instead of MPL ID Season 5 I also asked about.
Aswin replied that it was still confidential and could not provide us with any information.
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