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MDL Season 2 participates in building the Indonesian Mobile Legends Esports ecosystem

GAMEFINITY.ID, Jakarta – As a game developer, Moonton continues to consistently hold the prestigious Mobile Legends: Bang Bang tournament. Spread across several countries, the Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) proved to be the most popular eSports tournament last April, more precisely with the MPL ID Season 5.

To build the Mobile Legends esports ecosystem in Indonesia, Moonton is introducing a new concept that only exists in Indonesia, namely the Mobile Legends Development League (MDL). Victim Esports is a team that has successfully won the MDL Season 1 title with its young talents. MDL’s presence itself aims to encourage player regeneration and keep the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang eSports game ecosystem going. Many stars have colored the esports event in MPL, but the matches at MDL are no less interesting.

Moonton’s contribution doesn’t stop in favor of the game Mobile Legends: Bang Bang either, it also increases the interest and ecosystem development in the Indonesian esports industry. Right now, the eSports industry in Indonesia is not to be underestimated, especially the Mobile Legends game and the Indonesian MPL tournament.

First, the presence of events organized by Moonton (MPL & MDL) has made Indonesia’s name even spicier at the global esports event and even recognized it as the best esports tournament in the world.

MDL Season 2 itself is an important concept considering eSports stars and athletes continue to need to have new players. However, what sets this season apart from last season is the tournament system that is being played online due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Moonton is committed to continuing to host Mobile Legends tournaments to help advance the esports ecosystem in Indonesia. Not only that, the current tournaments are hoped to make Indonesia’s name known in the world-class esports arena.

The MDL event itself only lasted 2 seasons compared to the MPL which lasted 6 seasons. However, MDL Season 2 has attracted the interest of several sponsors, including Nimo TV. Sponsors also receive various benefits, including branding on websites, studios, and appearing in games during tournaments.

Moonton also hopes that with the presence of MDL Season 2 there will be new stars from ex-MDL players who will join the big teams in MPL over the next season. Not only can success survive here, but they can show off and compete fiercely with MPL stars. MDL is capable of becoming a proving ground for young and talented cadres so that they can compete in MPL later. As the name suggests, MDL is here to “develop” or develop new talent.

In terms of viewership, MDL is still a long way from MPL. The MPL event continues to break records for most viewers and becomes the most popular esports tournament.

In fact, the MPL Invitational 4 Nations Cup has also reached a high stage by becoming the most popular esports tournament in the months of June and July. However, MDL Season 2, which only ran until Week 2, still has the potential to entertain the gamer community and esports activists in Indonesia.

The biggest change from MDL compared to last season is the number of participating teams. Previously, in Season 1, 12 teams competed against each other, but now MDL Season 2 has changed the line-up of participants to 11 teams.

As for the games, both MDL and MPL have adjusted the online tournament system due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Can MDL Season 2 bring back surprises and excitement like RRQ Sena’s victory over EVOS Esports at El Clasico Week 1? Or will there be a new power that dominates and can climb to the top of the table?

Watch the MDL Season 2 match next week from August 31st to September 2nd, 2021.

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