,The top 64 teams of the Malaysia Esports League to battle it out on the national level, with RM20,000 at stake for the champions of each of the four eSports titles. — ESI
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The inaugural Malaysia Esports League 2021 (MEL21) has started the national level of its competition, whittling down thousands of teams to just 64 finalists.
The finalists comprise the top teams in four separate eSports titles at state level – four from each of the 13 states and three Federal Territories.
Esports Integrated (ESI) announced that the 64 teams were crowned State Champions. These teams were made up of 288 players, down from around 30,000 local players that registered.
For coming out tops in their states in one of four eSport titles, the teams also won RM2,000 each.
The contestants battled it out through four popular eSports titles: battle royale shooter PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile, EA Sports’s Fifa 21, multiplayer online battle arena game Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) and Dota 2.
Each state will be represented by one team or player for each of these games, with the champion of each title to take home RM20,000 in prize money.
The MEL21 State Leagues, which were streamed live from July 10 to Aug 8, also had a strong following, garnering a total of 200,000 viewers on the national eSports tournament platform esukan.gg and ESI’s Facebook page.
ESI expected around 100,000 viewers for the National Leagues, which runs for a shorter period, from Aug 14 to Sept 1.
It stated that the competition would be held fully online, in accordance with the standard operating procedures set under Phase 1 of the National Recovery Plan.
Organised by ESI in collaboration with 16 state eSports associations and the support of game publishers like Moonton and Tencent Games, MEL21 will follow the National Esports Blueprint set by the Youth and Sports Ministry.