RRQ Hoshi qualified for the M4 World Championships

RRQ Hoshi qualified for the M4 World Championships

OKBET PLAYNOW | On Day 3 of Season 10 of the Mobile Legends Professional League in Indonesia, RRQ Hoshi and Onic Esports will face off in the grand finals of the upper bracket. These two teams have been in an ongoing power struggle for the MPL ID title, with RRQ emerging victorious in Season 9. Both teams would want to win today because not only is there a chance to go to the finals, but also this is Indonesia’s first opportunity to qualify for the M4 World Championships.

And on the fourth try, success!

After competing in the previous three World Championships, RRQ’s attendance at the last upper bracket match was crucial. If the Kings of Kings were to win MPL ID Season 10’s finals, they would join TODAK as the second Malaysian team to attend every World Championship. While RRQ has finished in the top three in the World Championships twice before, they will be hoping that M4 is an exception.

RRQ Hoshi

Although ONIC got the series started off on the right foot by winning game one, RRQ wasn’t about to sit back and let that happen. Skylar’s switch to Beatrix for the following two games gave the defending champions a decisive advantage, putting them up a game in the best-of-five series and forcing ONIC to respond. The fourth game of the series was a grueling battle between the two sides that lasted for over half an hour, with neither side willing to give up the lead. When the smoke cleared, it would be RRQ Hoshi, the Kings of Kings, who had the most to gain.

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With this win, RRQ will be able to defend their MPL ID Season 10 championship and will also represent Indonesia at their fourth World Championship event. If ONIC Esports wants another opportunity at beating RRQ, they’ll have to win the lower bracket final against AURA Fire.