What to watch: M2 Playoffs, PMGC 2020 Grand Finals, and more
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What to watch: M2 Playoffs, PMGC 2020 Grand Finals, and more

Jan 22, 2021 Bryan "soupykambing" Terng  

M2 World Championship Playoffs

Eight teams are left vying for the US$300,000 prize pool in the year’s biggest Mobile Legends: Bang Bang tournament, theM2 World Championship. Who will come out on top by the end of the week?

Here’s everything we’ve covered for M2 Group Stage:

Catch M2’s Playoffs today (22 January) at 11.30AM, and this weekend (23 and 24 January) at 10.30AM LIVE on eGG Network TV, Astro Arena (CH801/CH802 HD) and MLBB Facebook.

PMGC 2020 Grand Finals

The PMGC 2020 Grand Finals will continues tonight until this Sunday (22 – 24 January at 7PM. Do check out Liquipedia for all streaming platforms and other details, but the Grand Finals telecast will also be available on eGG Network TV – check out our TV guide for the full schedule. and be sure to follow eGG Network FB for timely updates on the match.

BLAST Premier 2020 Global Final

Astralis, Team Vitality, Team Liquid, Evil Geniuses, G2 Esports and NaVi are the last teams left fighting for glory in the BLAST Premier 2020 Global Final. 2020 Which Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) team will triumph and bag the US$600,000 champions winnings?

The BLAST Premier 2020 Global Final will be broadcast tonight at 11PM and tomorrow (22 – 23 January) LIVE on eGG Network TV.

Dota Pro Circuit 2021

Dota 2 teams across several regions – Southeast Asia, China, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Europe, and South and North Americas – continue their battle for dominance and the highest DPC points in DPC 2021. eGG Network TV will be broadcasting the SEA Spring Regional League LIVE, so be sure to check out our TV guide for the schedule; for the other leagues, do check out Liquipedia.

Valorant Pacific Open+ Grand Finals

Organised by Cyber Games Arena, the Logitech-powered Valorant Pacific Open+ reaches its conclusion this weekend. The regional tournament features the top Valorant pro teams in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand – plus two more invited teams – who have been gunning for the US$20,000 prize pool. Now, in the Grand Finals, it’s down to NXLLIGAGAME (ID) and TeamSMG (SG) who’ll be facing off for the championship title, as well as Todak (MY) and Aricat (TH) for third place.

Catch the Valorant Pacific Open+ Grand Finals this Sunday (24 January) LIVE at 1PM, LIVE on Facebook, YouTube and Twitch.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

About Bryan "soupykambing" Terng

An action adventure RPG lover, Bryan also likes playing and writing PUBG Mobile and COD: Mobile when he's away from his PS4 and Netflix. He also secretly hopes that Apex Legends esports will take off in SEA.

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