Esports Middle East LLC (ESME) and MOONTON Games have announced to work together once more for the forthcoming Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Middle East and North Africa Series (MPL-MENA) Fall Split 2022 following the resounding success of the first MPL MENA Spring Split earlier this year.
Saeed Sharaf, CEO, and Founder of Esports Middle East said “We are overjoyed to witness MOONTON Games’ outstanding support for the MENA gaming community. An event of this magnitude is a watershed moment for MENA, and we can’t wait to see who the worthy challenger from the region at the M4 World Championship will be!”
Mobile Legends MPL-MENA Fall Split 2022: Participating Teams
The MPL MENA 2022 Fall Split will begin its Regular Season with a Round Robin tournament from August 12 to September 24, 2022, with a massive $200,000 prize fund. The top 4 teams from the region will then go to the Playoffs, which will run from October 7 through October 15 and end with the Grand Finals. Participating teams, who qualified from their respective regions, are:
- Thrones Esport
- Rappelz Squad
- Aogiri Fam
- Unique Synergy.
The MPL MENA 2022 Fall Split, which will include some of the top regional teams, is anticipated to be the biggest official Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Esports event in MENA to date. Esports Middle East is enhancing its production quality with new technologies in order to make this forthcoming Split a memorable one for the MENA audience thanks to their experience in the MPL MENA Spring Split.
“Following the success of MPL MENA Spring Split, we pledge to continue operating the MPL MENA Pro League, as well as collegiate and community competitions, with the assistance of our partners at ESME.” he added.
Where to watch Mobile Legends MPL-MENA Fall Split 2022
All games will be broadcast live on the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang official MENA channels on YouTube, TikTok, Facebook, Instagram, and BIGO LIVE. Many local talents will make a triumphant return during the live broadcast, including presenter Khaled (ZUZU) Zuzu from Syria, commentators Abdulrazaq (Al-Kyuubi) Zuher from Iraq, and analyst Adham Fendi from Egypt.