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Speaking on the Todak issue after the controversial controversy between MPL MY and MPL FIT

Following the controversial post from the Facebook page of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) Malaysia, e-sports organization Todak posted an official statement on their social media that had nothing to do with it. to this.

To promote the M3 world championship, the Facebook pages of MPL Philippines (PH) and MPL Indonesia (ID) put out some friendly jokes and argued over who deserves the strongest region in the tournament. Mobile Legends esports.

MPL MY soon after with his own joke compared Todak, who entered all Mobile Legends world championships, with Bren Esports, who did not qualify for the M3 World Championship. This caused an uproar among fans from the Philippines, prompting MPL MY to delete the post and Todak posted his own statement explaining his side of the story.

The MPL SEA Facebook Page Joke may have gone too far

A common controversy among fans has always been about who deserves the title of strongest region in the Mobile Legends esports scene. The Indonesia and Philippines regions are always the center of attention at e-sports events due to their huge fan base and track record.

Before the M3 world championship officially kicked off, the official Facebook pages of the MPL SEA regions began to stir with MPL PH making the first move. The site questioned MPL ID’s title as the strongest region while revealing that both the M2 World Championship and Mobile Legends Southeast Asia Cup 2021 will see Philippine teams dominate the arena. .

Shortly after this post, MPL ID responded by pointing out that the recently concluded MPL Invitational (MPLI) event saw ONIC ID win over Philippine team Blacklist International.

The seemingly friendly joke continued as fans engaged in hype and controversy in the comments section. However, the joke spiraled out of control when MPL MY joined the discussion with his own post.

MPL MY appeals to Bren Esports for not qualifying for the M3 World Championship

A post was posted on the official Facebook page of MPL MY comparing Todak, who entered all Mobile Legends world championships, with Bren Esports, who did not qualify for the M3 World Championship.

This post was short-lived and has since been removed as the page was called out by fans defending Bren Esports. The reason behind the post’s removal was revealed by e-sports organization Todak, which said it requested the post to be taken down through an official statement.

“Due to the misleading statement originating from the poster (MPL MY), we received many fan reactions from both the Malaysian team and the teams from other countries. Therefore, we would like to clarify that the Todak team is not affiliated with the poster that has been released in any way, shape or form,” Todak stated in his official statement.

MPL MY’s Facebook page shortly thereafter posted another post suggesting a truce with the Philippines’ Mobile Legends community. The site claims that their representatives still aim to win the championship while expressing surprise at the level of enthusiasm among fans for eSports.

The final issue may have been resolved from an official standpoint but discussions have been heated, especially among fans. The different regions are getting ready to contest and it will be most interesting to see which region comes out on top at the M3 World Championship.

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