The Mobile Legends: Bang BangProfessional League (MPL) Malaysia has joined up with McDonalds McDelivery to deliver you an epic feast! You’ll be able to get in-game treats and participate in a giveaway for stuff worth up to USD $11,000.
Meanwhile, you can watch the best ten teams compete in the MPL Malaysia Season 7 for a prize pool of USD $100,000. The tournament sees a new format change as well. The Top Two from MPL Malaysia will represent the country in the upcoming Southeast Asia championship, MSC 2021, happening early June.
With McDonalds, be sure to catch the fights live on the Mobile Legends: Bang BangYoutube channel while you munch away. You can get free 6pcs Chicken McNuggets with the promo code, “MPLNUGGETS” when you checkout via McDelivery from 14 to 31 May 2021. The promotion is only applicable for orders above RM 50 in a single receipt, and not available for takeaway, drive through, FoodPanda or Grab Food.
That’s not all, as the giveaways will be announced via McDonald’s social platforms where you can get time-limited skins and up to USD $11,000 worth of in-game prizes. Put your knowledge to the test by participating in puzzles, Q&As, or mini contests through McDonald’s Instagram for attractive rewards. MPL Malaysia Playoff MVPs can also win one year’s supply of McDonald’s meal vouchers, including best caster who will be entitled to RM1,000 worth of coupons.
You can learn more about the partnership via the MPL or McDonalds website.
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