Bren Esports reigned supreme in Mobile Legends world tilt

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In the world of esports, the Philippines again reigned supreme.

This was proven recently when Bren Esports and Smart Omega ran roughshod over other equally talented esports teams from other countries.

Both esports teams performed magnificently during the Mobile Legends M2 World Championships.

Bren Esports came out as world champions after they beat the tough Burmese Ghouls in a best-of-seven series at the Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore.

Teams from Brazil, Russia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Japan, and Cambodia were among the countries that participated in this Smart-backed global Mobile Legends tournament, which was livestreamed on the official Mobile Legends YouTube channel and Facebook page.

The livestream event allowed Filipino fans and esports players a chance to witness the amazing top-level Mobile Legends action live.

Smart Communications, Inc (Smart), the wireless arm of the country’s largest integrated telco PLDT, congratulates the two teams for their stunning performances.

“Congratulations Bren Esports for making history as the first Philippine team to win the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship! Now officially the best Mobile Legends team in the world!” PLDT Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan said.

“This tournament showed that Filipinos are indeed among the best esports athletes in the world. We have always believed that our players have the skills, talent, and dedication to reach greater heights. We hope that Bren Esports and Smart Omega can be an inspiration to Filipino casual players and fans to help them realize and pursue their passion for esports,” said Jane J. Basas, Senior Vice President and Head of Consumer Wireless Business at Smart.

Supporting PH esports industry

For the past years, Smart has been one of the foremost brands to recognize and empower the Philippine esports community by going all-out with mobile promos and events, supporting teams and tournaments, and actively playing a role in the Philippine Esports Organization (PESO), the official National Sports Association that governs and develops esports for the over 43 million gamers in the country.

Last year, Smart launched the Free Games for All promo, which allowed Smart and TNT prepaid customers to access their favorite mobile games like Mobile Legends, Clash of Clans, Arena of Valor, Clash Royale, and the newly added mobile game to its roster – Call of Duty Mobile.

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