The qualifying stage of the Interuniversity Tournament of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) starts this November 26. In it, ten teams of university students from all over Peru will compete to move on to the following phases and have the opportunity to reach the US$10,000 jackpot.
Out of a total of 130 teams that registered in the first and second phase, only 10 universities advanced to the third qualifying phase, which begins next Saturday, November 26 at 5:00 pm (Peru time).
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From this result, only five teams will advance to the quarterfinals in a “all against all” format. The four teams with the best scores will qualify for the semifinal and final that will be held in person on December 22 and 23 at the NOS PUCP Theater (San Isidro). Admission to these events will be free.
How to watch the Mobile Legends Intercollegiate Tournament: Bang Bang
The live broadcasts of the qualifiers will be on November 26, 27; and December 3, 4, 10 and 11, at 5:00 pm (Peru time), on the official social networks of MLBB Latin America at Facebook, Youtube Y TikTok.
During the broadcast, gift codes will be sent out to viewers, according to MOONTON Games.
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These are all the transmission channels of the competition:
Among the participating universities are students from: UPC, UTP, UCV, UNSA, National University of San Marcos, San Martín University, Pontifical Catholic University, Norbert Wiener University, La Molina National Agrarian University and USIL.
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“At MOONTON Games we are committed to the development of esports in Peru and that is why we are holding the first Mobile Legends: Bang Bang inter-university tournament that brings together participants from different careers, turning the competition not only into a space for entertainment but also for multidisciplinary exchange”. explained Carlos Araujo-Lima, commercial director of MOONTON Games.