Cyberathelete hosts $200,000 Mobile Legends tournament at Collegiate level

Via: OneEsports

Cyberathelete, a Singapore-based esports tournament organizer has announced a new international tournament for Mobile Legends: Bang Bang in Southeast Asian region. This tournament will be hosted for college-going players only and teams have a chance to win the lion’s share of $200,000 prize pool at the end of this tournament.

This tournament is called as Cyberathlete Collegiate Mobile Legends Series and it will be multistage tournament hosted in four different countries. Teams will need to qualify through subsequent rounds to make it to final stages and have a chance to compete for this massive prize pool.

The format of this tournament is as follows. Open Qualifiers will begin in May and will continue for the next two months till August 2021. Top teams from each country will try to secure a spot in the Collegiate Mobile Legends for three regular seasons. Teams reaching this stage will get salaries throughout the seasonal play.

After the completion of three seasons, the top four teams will fight at World Collegiate Finals next year in December to win the massive amount of $200,000. Currently, four-country partners have stepped in to host this tournament. They are as follows:

Singapore‚Äôs Cybersports & Online Gaming Association (SCOGA) and Singapore Esports Association (SGEA),  E-Stars Nation from Malaysia, National Esports Federation of Philippines (NESFP) will represent Philippines and Ligagame Esports is the national partner for Indonesia.

Southeast Asian players have a great opportunity to play MLBB on a competitive level, especially for the college students. If you are eligible to participate in this tournament, make sure to enroll your team and compete with other top teams in your region.