What to watch: MPL, PMPL MY/SG, CS:GO and Apex Legends
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What to watch: MPL, PMPL MY/SG, CS:GO and Apex Legends

Sep 11, 2020 Bryan "soupykambing" Terng  

MPL-ID Season 6

We’re more than halfway through the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Indonesia (MPL-ID), with Week 5 commencing today. ONIC Esports managed to take back the throne after defeating Bigetron Alpha mercilessly 2-0, tying the runner-up with Alter Ego who share the same points, albeit with a slight advantage in win rate. Aurafire’s defeat 1-2 at the hands of the previous season’s champions, RRQ Hoshi, granted the latter a two-seat boost up the ladder, bringing them ever so closely to the top they very much desire.

MPL-ID Season 6 Week 5 runs today (11 September) 4.30PM until Sunday (13 September), with the broadcast available live on eGG Network TV. If you prefer an online viewing, you can watch it on Facebook too. You can check out the official MPL-ID website for detailed info on the tournament too.

MPL-MY/SG Season 6

As Bon Jovi once sang, “Ohh! We’re halfway there!”, which is the case for MPL-MY/SG Season 6. After trumping Team Bosskurr 2-0 and EVOS SG 2-1 last week, Red Reborn have since taken over the mantle as the current top dogs. With Todak and Season 5 champions, Resurgence, right behind them, will they be able to keep their head in the game and maintain the hot seat? With the US$100,000 prize pool at stake, they better!

MPL-MY/SG Season 6 continues today at 3PM, with matches happening every Friday to Sunday. Catch the action LIVE on the eGG Network Facebook page. You can also get more info on the official MPL-MY/SG website.

MPL-PH Season 6

The fourth midway week of the Mobile Legends Bang Bang Professional League Philippines (MPL-PH) is finally here. It’s usually a revolving door of opportunities in esports, with Aura PH once again leading the charge in Group A with 11 points. Over in Group B, leaders Bren Esports have been doing extremely well with their sizzling hot five-match winning streak.

MPL-PH Season 6 Regular Season continues today at 6PM, with the weekend matches beginning at 4.30PM daily. Witness the thrill, live on Facebook, available in Tagalog and English. The full schedule can be found on the official MPL-PH website.

PMPL MY/SG Season 2

At this point, it’s almost expected that no other team is going to topple the giants that are Team Secret, who currently has a 149-point lead. Although Geek Fam and Yoodo Gank are currently in the top 3, the other top 8 teams have yet to compete today, with the likes of Team SMG, J8 Esports, TRX Elementus and N.E.D Brotherhood potentially overtaking them.

The final week of Regular Season for PMPL MY/SG Season 2 commences today (11 September) at 4.30PM, with the remaining two matches running this weekend at 2.30PM daily. You can watch the action LIVE on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page.

Related: Week 3 – J8 Esports Soar to Third, N.E.D Brotherhood Takes Over Second

Nine to Five Cup 4 – Playoffs

The Swiss Stage of the Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) tournament of the Nine to Five Cup #4 ends today at 3PM, which will finally determine who enters the three-day Playoffs. Who will emerge as champions of the fourth Nine to Five Cup and bag their winnings of US$35,000?

The final stage of the Nine to Five Cup #4 will run from Monday (14 September) to Wednesday (16 September) at 3PM. The CS:GO tournament will be shown on the eGG Network TV channel, but if you’re an online user, you can opt for the live stream on Twitch. You can check out the full match listings on Liquipedia.

Apex Legends Global Series: Summer Circuit (ALGS) – Playoffs

The Apex Legends esports summer season reaches its conclusion on eGG Network. The Apex Legends Global Series: Summer Circuit have since narrowed every team down to the best of the best. Featuring Apex predators across the Americas, the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) and the Asia-Pacific (APAC North and South), they’ll be battling their hearts out for the champion’s share of the US$500,000 total prize pool.

Catch the ALGS Summer Circuit Playoffs action LIVE for the Americas (13 September, 3AM) the EMEA (10.30PM) and APAC South (12PM) on eGG Network TV. A telecast of the APAC North will instead be shown on the same day, but at 7.30AM. Or if you’re an online viewer, you can opt for the official Apex Legends Twitch and YouTube channels.

*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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