MSC 2021 Playoffs

It all comes down to this. The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang SEA esports series have finally determined its top 8 on Wednesday, the last day of Group Stage. Which team will reign supreme in the MLBB SEA Cup 2021 and bag the title as the region's dream team?

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MSC 2021 Playoffs will run from 11 - 13 June at 12PM daily. The SEA tournament will be broadcast LIVE on eGG Network TV, Facebook and YouTube.

WePlay AniMajor Playoffs

The Playoffs of the WePlay AniMajor are finally here! Who will rise triumphant in the second Dota 2 major of the season and walk away with US$200,000 and 500 DPC points?

Related: WePlay AniMajor Team Preview

Witness top-tier Dota 2 action LIVE on eGG Network TV (click here for the full schedule), YouTube and Twitch from tonight until Sunday (June 11 - 13).

BLAST Premier Spring Finals 2021

Eight of the world's best Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) have proven themselves worthy in Spring Groups 2021 and Spring Showdown 2021. However, there's only one ticket to the BLAST Premier World Final 2021, as well as precious BLAST Premier points to earn. Who will be the only team to win it all?

Catch BLAST Premier Spring Finals 2021 LIVE on eGG Network TV (here is the full schedule), Twitch and YouTube, from 15 - 20 June.

ALGS Championship 2021: North America Finals

Date: 14 June, 6AM.
Where to watch: eGG Network TV and Twitch.

NBA 2K League

Date: 11 - 13 and 17 - 20 June, 7AM daily.
Where to watch: eGG Network TV and Twitch.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup (MSC) 2021 kicked off earlier this week and after 3 days of intense action, the 12 teams have been whittled down to just 8. As expected, the favorites are still in the tournament, with the Philippines taking up 2 slots in the upper bracket (Blacklist International and Execration), Malaysia (RSG MY) and Indonesia (EVOS Legends) filling up the other 2. In the lower bracket, we have Indonesia (Bigetron Alpha), Malaysia (Todak), Cambodia (Impunity KH), and Singapore (EVOS SG) remaining. Thailand (IDNS), Laos (Nightmare Esports), Vietnam (Cyber Exe) and the other Singaporean team (RSG SG) have been eliminated.

Since the remaining teams have proven themselves to be the best of this tournament, the final weekend is going to be an exciting clash of titans. Here are the matchups and our predictions:

Upper Bracket

RSG MY vs BLCK: While we're confident in the skills of our Malaysian boys, we feel that they are going to have trouble closing out the match against the very experienced MPL-PH S7 winners, Blacklist International. Perhaps they'll drop down to the lower bracket to fight their way back up to the grand finals again. Either way, we think it's going to be a close one, 1-2 in Blacklist's favour.

EVOS Legends vs EXE: The Indonesians have been on fire this tournament, and so have Execration but they haven't been truly tested yet. Since EVOS Legends won MPL-ID convincingly, while Execration were runner ups at MPL-PH, we'll give the edge to the former. Our prediction: 2-1 to EVOS Legends.

Lower Bracket

BTR vs TDK: Both teams had rough group stages, with Bigetron Alpha due to their lineup/position change and Todak taking their time to find their footing. It's going to be a matter of who shows up this Friday, but we have faith in our Malaysian boys. Todak should move forward 1-2.

IMP KH vs RSG SG: Impunity KH are probably the only underdogs remaining in the tournament and have been picking up steam across the 3 days, so it's going to be interesting to see how well they do against Singapore's best. If they can keep their aggression in check and respond to RSG SG's macro movements, the Cambodians stand a chance, but we think RSG SG are going to emerge victorious, 1-2.

MSC 2021 resumes tomorrow, 11 June, 1pm (+8 GMT) on eGG Network TV and MLBB Facebook. Remember to follow eGG Network for the latest news and updates!

MSC 2021

MLBB SEA Cup (MSC) 2021 Officially Announced: 7-13 June!

The ultimate Mobile Legends: Bang Bang esports event in Southeast Asia is finally here, with the MLBB SEA Cup 2021 pitting the best in the region against one another for the US$15,000 prize pool. Fans will be treated with special in-game events and time-limited skins to be won as well, so don't miss it!

Related: MSC 2021 Groups Revealed - RSG SG vs RSG MY in Group A!

MSC 2021 will run from 7 - 9 June at 9AM daily (Group Stage), followed by 11 - 13 June at 12PM daily (Playoffs). The tournament will be broadcast LIVE on eGG Network TV, Facebook and YouTube.

ESL Mobile Open 2021: Wild Rift ICON Series MY Playoffs

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Catch the Playoffs from today onwards (4 - 6 June) at 1PM daily LIVE on eGG Network TV, as well as ESL Malaysia Youtube and Facebook.

ALGS Championship 2021 - APAC South Finals

The last phase of the Apex Legends Global Series Championship 2021 APAC South will see the best Apex Legends pro teams across the region battling for the US$466k prize pool, with Malaysia's very own BunnyH0p and his team grApe as one of the finalists.

Catch the action tomorrow (5 June) at 3PM LIVE on Twitch, as well as BunnyH0p's Facebook page.

Onslaught League Season 6 Grand Finals

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WePlay AniMajor

The group stages of the WePlay AniMajor begins today and continues all the way until next week and the playoffs to determine this major's winner will take place over the weekend. Catch all the action LIVE on eGG Network TV (click here for the full schedule), YouTube and Twitch from June 4-13.

NBA 2K League

Date: 4 - 6 June, 10 - 13 June, 7AM daily.
Where to watch: eGG Network TV and Twitch.

ALGS Championship 2021 - North America Group Stage

Date: 5 June, 7AM; and 7 June, 5AM.
Where to watch: eGG Network TV and Twitch.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

The group draw for the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Southeast Asia Cup 2021 (MSC) took place on Wednesday and we now know which teams will be squaring off in the group stage. Here's the list:

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Tournament Format

In addition to the drawing of the teams, Moonton revealed the format of the tournament. It will be the same as M2 - best of 3 group stages, where the top teams move on to the upper bracket of the playoffs. The remaining teams will be shuffled around to play another match, with the winners moving to the lower bracket of the playoffs and the losers eliminated.

At the playoffs, it will be best-of-3 for all matches until the lower bracket finals which will be a best-of-5. Continuing the trend of MPL playoffs, the grand finals will be a best-of-7. Tons of MLBB fun for all viewers!

Many of these teams will be playing against each other for the first time, so it's going to be interesting to see how they fare. eGG Network TV will be broadcasting MSC 2021 from 7-13 June 2021. You can also watch the matches on Facebook and YouTube. Make sure you tune in to catch all the action live and follow eGG Network for more news and updates on the tournament!

With the conclusion of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Malaysia and Philippines Season 7 yesterday, we now have all 12 teams for the MLBB Southeast Asia Cup (MSC) 2021 confirmed! The latest addition to the invited lineup are the winners and runner-ups from MPL-MY and MPL-PH. For Malaysia, we have RSG MY and Todak, and for the Philippines, we have Blacklist International and Execration.

They will join the previously announced squads; Bigetron Alpha and EVOS ID from Indonesia, EVOS SG and RSG SG from Singapore, IDNS from Thailand, Nightmare Esports from Laos, Impunity KH from Cambodia, and Cyber Exe from Vietnam!

MSC will feature the same tournament format as M2 - teams split into 4 groups, followed by a playoff stage. The groups haven't been determined at the time of writing, but here's what Moonton has announced so far.

The MSC 2021 will kick off in exactly one week, from 7 June until 13 June. Don't miss all the action live on eGG Network TV or on the MLBB Facebook Page. Follow us on Facebook for the latest updates!

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