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Games of the Future 2024 MLBB

The Games of the Future Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) 2024 tournament is among the most prominent events featured in the multi-game tournament hosted in Russia. The prestigious tournament welcomed 16 elite teams from different corners of the world, each looking to grab the lion share of the $1 million prize pool.

This year’s Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) tournament was a spectacle, featuring powerhouse teams such as AP.Bren, Onic Esports, Blacklist International, RRQ Hoshi, and the rising Chinese sensation, KeepBest Gaming. While you’re enjoying the thrill of the latest slot casino online, here’s a quick snapshot of the 2024 MLBB championship to keep you in the loop with the esports world.

2024 MLBB recap

RRQ Hoshi dominates Group A

Contrary to what many esports enthusiasts may have expected, RRQ Hoshi dominated Group A in the 2024 MLBB tournament. The team maintained their position on top of their table since their first group stage match, earning them a direct entry to the quarterfinals. They also crushed groupmate Burmese Ghouls to qualify for the 2024 MLBB semi-finals. However, that’s where things got heated for the team.

RRQ Hoshi faced the M5 World Champions A.P Bren during their semi-final game. And while Irrad, Banana, Skylar, Brusko, and Octa tried their best to emerge victorious, their skills weren’t enough to defeat AP Bren. As such, RRQ Hoshi lost the match 2-1 in a best-of-three format and finished the 2024 MLBB tournament as the fourth ranked team with $70,000 in prize money. 

AP Bren dominates Group B before winning GOF 2024

AP Bren has once again proven they are the best MLBB team in the world, after dominating Group B and defeating their Indonesian Rial ONIC Esports in the grand finale. The hive team showcased their dominance from their first group stage match to the playoffs, only losing one game to RRQ in the semi-finals.

Following this victory, AP Bren secured the lion share of the highly contested $1 million prize pool. The team went home with $350,000 in prize money, with ONIC Esports ranking second and walking away with $160,000.

Fire Flux Esports qualifies for the semifinal

Fire Flux’s qualification to the semifinals was quite an inspirational story for many esports enthusiasts. Despite the team losing their first group stage game, Fire Flux managed to defeat Nightmare Esports during their elimination match. That helped Fire Flux to qualify for playoff Round 1, where they defeated Burn X Flash, the second-ranked team in Group D.

Following their glorious victory over Burn X Flash, Fire Flux then faced groupmate Blacklist International in the quarterfinals and recorded an impressive 2-0 victory. This win significantly boosted their confidence, but it wasn’t enough to outrank ONIC, the second-ranked team in the M5 World Championship. That left Fire Flux as the second runner-up at the M5 World Championship with $120,000 in prize money.


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