Come celebrate Malaysia's Independence Day with the Malaysia Super League - Merdeka Edition, a special tournament hosted by WoT pro player botek and the Malaysian community!
You'll register as an individual player and be drafted into teams, so you don't need to worry about recruiting–just bring yourself and come prepared to have fun. Plus, you'll be able to win up to 18,000 for your team!
The event will be played in training rooms and streamed live. Join the World of Tanks Asia [MY] Facebook group for all the latest updates!
Malaysia Super League - Merdeka Edition
1v1 Qualifiers: August 20, 2021 at 20:30 UTC+8
Group Stage: August 31 – September 12, 2021
Playoffs: September 18 – September 25, 2021
August 19, 2021 at 23:59 UTC+8
This tournament is open to players physically residing in Malaysia ONLY – teams with players from any other countries will not be permitted to enter.
- Maximum Tier Points: 50
- Maximum Tank Tier: X (tech tree vehicles only; Panhard EBR 105 and reward vehicles not permitted)
- Team Roster: 5 players + 1 reserve
- Game Mode: Attack/Defense
Group Stage: Round Robin BO5 (top 4 teams advance)
Playoffs: Single Elimination BO9
- Map Pool: Cliff, Ghost Town, Himmelsdorf, Mines, Murovanka, Prokhorovka, Ruinberg, Sand River
- Prizes (per team)
- 1st place: 18,000
- 2nd place: 15,000
- 3rd place: 12,000
- 4th place: 9,000
- 5th place: 6,000
Terms & ConditionsExpand
Please read this carefully before registration!
Rewards will only be given to players who have participated in at least 1 battle during the tournament.
Captains MUST confirm their team's lineup to validate their registration; teams that have not confirmed their lineups by the end of the registration period will not be able to participate in the tournament or receive prizes.
Prizes will be credited within 2 weeks (10 working days) of the end of the tournament.
Wargaming Asia may choose to terminate the contest/event or change/reassign the prize at any time without notice.
In addition, Wargaming Asia reserves the right to disqualify players who do not comply with official Wargaming rules and tournament regulations, or those who seek to abuse the mechanics of the tournament. Wargaming Asia may also spectate any tournament battles at its discretion.