MLBB World Championship edging toward the end
The M4 World Championship commenced the Knockout Stage on the 7th of January. Since then, it has now reached Day 5, and yesterday, fans got to witness a set of two games from the Lower Bracket Round 3 and Upper Bracket Semi-Final. The matches were streamed on the official YouTube channel of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. Following this, Falcon Esports secured the win in the Lower Bracket round 3 and advanced to the Lower Bracket Quarterfinal.
Blacklist International became the first team that went ahead for the Upper Bracket Final and will wait for their opponent to face them. With just two games being played yesterday 11th January, other remaining games are lined up for today, and the remaining matches will be played out today.
Let’s move on to the matches
The day began with the Lower Bracket Round 3 match, Falcon Esports played against Incendio Supremacy.
Falcon Esports vs Incendio Supremacy
The game gave a total of 5 matches as both teams played extremely well. It was Falcon Esports who secured the win.
- Game 1: The match went on for around 14 minutes and 58 seconds and the first win was from Falcon Esports.
- Game 2: After a tough fight for over 19 minutes and 21 seconds, Incendio Supremacy went ahead to prevail over Falcon Esports and won the game.
- Game 3: A good battle was witnessed by the fans and it was Incendio Supremacy who claimed the win in 21 minutes and 43 seconds.
- Game 4: Falcon Esports needed their momentum back and were able to get back on track. After a game of 14 minutes and 9 seconds, Falcon Esports secured the win.
- Game 5: Back-to-back victories came in for Falcon Esports as they went on to clinch the win after 16 minutes and 35 seconds of the match.
Upper Bracket Semi-Final
Again, it gave an interesting best of 5 games between the teams but Blacklist International got the breakthrough.
RRQ Hoshi vs Blacklist International
- Game 1: RRQ Hoshi began with a win and the match went on for 20 minutes and 37 seconds.
- Game 2: A quick game was experienced by the fans, it ended in just 12 minutes and 36 seconds with Blacklist International claiming the win.
- Game 3: The match went on for 22 minutes and 58 seconds and Blacklist International secured back-to-back wins and enjoyed the lead.
- Game 4: RRQ Hoshi made sure that the game was still on after 16 minutes and 40 seconds, RRQ Hoshi made it 2-2.
- Game 5: It was a lengthy match and went on for around 24 minutes but Blacklist International made it a win.
The victories led them to secure their place in the next round while the remaining matches were being played among the team. To get the M4 World Championship schedule visit Liquipedia. The remaining matches are currently underway.