M4 World Championship: Playoffs Schedule, Results & Stream

Published: 2023-01-07T00:00:00

Updated: 2023-01-07T00:30:55

The knockout stage of the M4 World Championship is about to begin. Here you will find everything you need to know about the Mobile Legends tournament, organized by Moonton.

Sixteen of the world’s top Mobile Legends teams have traveled to Jakarta for the M4 World Championship, the final event of the 2022 competitive season.

Last year’s World Championship, held in Singapore, proved to be a runaway success, peaking at nearly 3.2 million viewers in two separate matches, according to Esports Charts, and the M4 World Championship could very well break that record and become the most popular event in Mobile Legends become history. The group stage had a peak viewership of nearly 1.7 million viewers, and more fans are expected to tune in as we head into the knockout stage of the event.

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Blacklist International had to work hard to get to the top bracket

Like last year, 16 teams have qualified for the event through a series of regional or national qualifiers, with $800,000 at stake. The M3 World Champions, Blacklist International, are present in Jakarta and eager to defend their title and claim the $300,000 grand prize.

Below you’ll find everything you need to know about the M4 World Championship, including the schedule, latest results and how to watch.


M4 World Championship: Stream

Mobile Legends fans can watch all matches live via MLBB’s official YouTube and Facebook channels. We’ve embedded the stream below for your convenience.

Missed a match? You can watch all the VODs from the event on MLBB’s YouTube channel.

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Local fans can watch the matches at the Bali United Studio during the group stage and at the Tennis Indoor Stadium Senayan during the knockout stage.

M4 World Championship: Schedule and Results

The M4 World Championship begins with a round-robin group stage with four groups of four teams. Each match will be played in a best-of-one format, with the top two advancing to the top bracket and the bottom two to the bottom bracket.

The first two rounds of the lower bracket will be in a best-of-three format. All other matches will be best-of-five clashes, with the exception of the Grand Final, which will be played in a best-of-seven format.

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Knockout Phase (January 7-15)

Note: WIB stands for West Indonesia Time (GMT+7)

Day 1: January 7

Day 2: January 8

Day 3: January 9

Day 4: January 10

Day 5: January 11

Day 6: January 12

Day 7: January 13

Day 8: January 14

Day 9: January 15

Group Stage (January 1-4)

group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Day 1: January 1

Day 2: January 2

Day 3: January 3

Day 4: January 4

M4 World Championship: All qualified teams

The M4 World Championship will feature 16 teams from different regions. CIS will not have representatives at the event, while Myanmar and Mekong will make appearances after missing last year’s tournament.

M4 World Championship: final standings

Below you will find the distribution of the prize pool and the final standings.

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