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ECHO sweeps Blacklist, rules M4 world championship

ECHO delivered a masterful performance to blank a stunned Blacklist International, 4-0, en route to claiming the M4 Mobile Legends World Championship throne on Sunday evening at Tennis Indoor Stadium Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Spearheaded by team captain YAWI, M2 Mobile Legends World Championship MVP KarlTzy, Sanford, Sanji, and Bennyqt, ECHO proved too much for the dethroned champion last year in the best-of-seven series.

“We are not a first-round exit anymore. We are now the strongest team in the world,” YAWI said after the match.

The win saw ECHO pocket $300,000 in winnings while Bennyqt received an additional $10,000 after being named Finals Most Valuable Player.

Blacklist International, meanwhile, is not going home empty-handed as they still earned a handsome $120,000 payday.

 

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