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Malaysia’s Team Haq Esport Club Wins At Mobile Legends Professional League

Malaysia’s Team Haq Esport Club Wins At Mobile Legends Professional League

Team Haq Esport Club is also the first team in Malaysia to win in the qualifiers.

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Caretaker Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has congratulated Team Haq Esport Club for winning the Mobile Legends Professional League Malaysia (MPL MY) Season 10.

Ismail said the win proved that there are young talents in the country that need to be supported and polished to make the country proud on the international stage.

It has been proven that our young talents in e-Sports are getting better. Hopefully, the competition at the world level will further highlight their talent. Malaysia Boleh!

Caretaker Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob

Based on Team Haq’s Facebook post, they’re the first team in Malaysia that emerged as a champion in the qualifier round.

Team Haq defeated team Todak in the grand final 4-2.

They also thanked everyone who supported them ever since they started competing in MPL MY S10.

According to New Straits Times, the team will head to Jakarta, Indonesia, next year to represent Malaysia at the Mobile Legends M4 World Championship 2023.

Esports is growing rapidly in Malaysia

The Malaysian esports teams have won several tournaments and emerged as champions locally and internationally.

Previously, the Malaysian all-women team Grills Gaming won gold at the inaugural Commonwealth Esports Championship on 6 August 2022 in Birmingham, UK.

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Another group, Team Secret, won in the 4th Season of the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile Pro League South East Asia Championship and took home a cash prize of RM128,251.

The esports scene in Malaysia is currently still growing. As more competitions arise, those in the industry said they need more people to join them in their journey.

As multiple events are taking place at the same time, we need more people to help with events, especially on the production side. Players are part of the ecosystem, but we need more camera persons, producers, game marshals, referees and even social media teams to post updates. Today’s biggest esports events have to be run like an entertainment programme or sports show.

Esports commentator, Andrew Cheong ‘Sir Cloud’

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