The International Esports Federation (IESF) announced that it will be adding Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and PUBG Mobile to an already stacked lineup for this year’s World Esports Championships, which is set to take place from November 27th to December 8th in Bali, Indonesia. The IESF said that the addition of these two games reflects the popularity of the mobile gaming industry while making the World Esports Championships more accessible to the global esports community.
“The inclusion of these spectacular six-game titles in the 2022 WE Championships supports our mission to unite, support, and promote the world esports family,” said Boban Totovski, General Secretary for the IESF. “We look forward to the launch of the qualification process to provide athletes from all over the world the opportunity to participate in the largest international esports competition where they can represent their nations.”
The World Esports Championship will also feature the first CS:GO all-women’s tournament in the event’s history.
(All information was provided by Inside The Games)
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