The best teams across the United States and Canada will compete for a spot at the prestigious M3 World Championship

MOONTON Games and Estars announced the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship North American Qualifier, which will take place September 11-12th and 18-19th, marking the largest qualifier in the region to date. The open qualifier will see the best teams from across the United States and Canada go head-to-head for a share of a $6,500 prize pool with the winning team receiving a spot at the prestigious Mobile Legends: Bang Bang M3 World Championship. The event will also play host to notable esports and gaming talents including host Jake “SirActionSlacks” Kanner, caster Austin “Capitalist” Walsh and content creator David “Assassin Dave” Mao.

The NA Qualifier will feature a single-elimination bracket, with a best-of-three series played through the semi-finals and concluding with a best-of-five series for the top 8 teams. Action from the quarterfinals, semi-finals, and final will be live-streamed on Twitch, Facebook, TikTok, and YouTube – promising two days of intense and exciting matches. Fans can tune in from 11:00 AM PDT on September 18th and September 19th.

The $6,500 USD prize pool for the event will be split with the 1st place receiving $3,500 USD, 2nd place receiving $2,000 USD, and 3rd place receiving $1,000 USD. Over 2.7 million diamonds, the game’s sought-after currency, will also be on the line for winners, participating teams, and viewers alike.

“It’s an honor to be able to host our largest NA qualifier with Estars and provide more competitive opportunities in the region. With Mobile Legends: Bang Bang becoming one of the most-watched esports titles in the world, we have seen an incredible increase of players at a global level, including North America. We look forward to seeing the teams battle it out against the very best at the M3 World Championship,” said Nicholas Chang, North ​​America, Esports Manager at MOONTON Games.

As Mobile Legends: Bang Bang’s most inclusive qualifier in North America to date, there will be no limit on the team registrations. With more competitive players than ever before, the qualifier aims to provide an opportunity for the United States and Canada to showcase their skills and become the best team in the world at the biggest Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship ever hosted. Registration is currently open at

The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang M3 World Championship is set to take place in December with more details on format, location, and prize pool set to be announced in the coming months. In its third iteration, the World Championship will feature the top 16 teams from across the world. The M2 World Championship was hosted in Singapore and saw Bren Esports emerge victorious after taking down Burmese Ghouls and cementing their place in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang history.

By George Miller

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