A memorable coronation, a special performance by Gloc-9, and exciting raffle prizes made for a historic RMC Grand Finals
As part of Realme’s commitment to aspiring gamers nationwide, the company held its own Mobile Legends E-sports tournament back in 2019 called Realme Mobile Legends Cup (RMC). To think it only launched four years ago. It is now in its seventh season, and the battle only gets more tense as more and more E-sports teams joined.
The League is authorized by and patterned over MPL (Mobile Legends Professional League). In its last leg, OMG (Smart Omega Express) and Z4 Pegaxy went head-to-head. The Grand Finals was held on July 1st in SM Megamall.
For the first time in RMC history, the season featured two clusters: The Men’s League and the Inaugural Women’s League. These two clusters are normally held separately.
Z4 Pegaxy emerged as the Grand Champion of the Men’s League after climbing through the ranks during the playoffs that kicked off last March. This was followed by the Four face-off Grand Finals Event. Meanwhile, Smart Omega Express made their names known in ML E-sports history by being the first-ever team to win the #RMCWomensLeague Championship!
The winning teams enjoyed a massive prize pool of PHP 1 million. And your mom says video games won’t help you achieve better in life.
In addition, the teams also won PHP 160K worth of Realme devices and products! If this isn’t the time to hone your gaming skills, we don’t know what is.
Aside from these exciting amateur matches, RMC also gave a warm welcome to pro Mobile Legends teams in friendly, yet competitive showcase matches. The Philippine National Teams for SIBOL battled against Smart Omega and TNC Pro Team. In the end, SIBOL is just too overpowered even against the two teams and thus, won the adrenaline-rushing showcase match.
Not just that, Gloc-9, a famous Philippine rapper, made a surprise guest appearance. Fans who watched online and in person were shocked to see him perform. Several MLBB personalities also made an appearance.
Veteran caster Chantelle is also bringing home the bacon with two trophies. She also won as a “Legendary Caster” as voted by the poll Realme held on their Facebook page on June 27th.
By the time of the finals, the event gathered over 3000 visitors in SM Megamall. Meanwhile, the live stream has an ungodly 888,000 unique viewers! That’s quite a lot and matches those of MPL.
Missed it? Fret not, the whole replay is available for anyone to watch on Realme’s Facebook page.