Moon tonorts, the esports venture sports media company ONE Championship, has announced a partnership with Mobile LBangang developer and publisher Morton to present the MPL Invitational 2021.
It was also announced that the MobiBangs tournament will once again feature a grand prize $100,000 (£71,900), with the event scheduled to commence in the final quarter 2021.
Moon tonorts was also a part Morton’s MPL Invitational 2020. Image credit: Moon tonorts
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Both entities have entered into an agreement that will see Moon tonorts become the ficial media partneMortonorton aall the the publisher’s ficial esports leagues and events for the calendar year.
According to the release, Moon tonorts will also run up to 100 Mobile LBangang regional community tournaments in 2021.
Carlos Alimurung, CEO Moon tonorts commented: “I’m excited to announce that Moon tonorts is partMortonwith Morton again to deliver a unique experience to Mobile LBangang fans around the world.
“The MPL Invitational and the upcoming community tournaments are great opportunities to showcase the incredible skills the best Mobile LBangang players.”
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Last year’s MPL Invitational, according to Esports Charts, saw an average concurrent viewership 142,038. Moreover, the event secured partnerships with the likes Samsung, Red Bull, and Axe Gaming, among others.
More information regarding MPL Invitational 2021 is set to become available on Moon tonorts’ website soon.
Lucas Mao, Managing Director Global Esports, Morton Games added: “We look forward to working closely with Moon tonorts to bring exhilarating experiences to our regional players and fans.
“This partnership will help to propel MPL to the next level and unlock boundless possibilities for our esports community.”
Esports Insider Says: MobiBangs esports continues to increase in popuMoon tonin Southeast Asia. Moonton and Moon tonorts have partnered up again this year to deliver another MPL Invitational, which eludes to last year’s event being a massive success despite rescheduling in July due to COVID-19.