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A new rule is set in place for teams not having qualified in the final four for two consecutive seasons.  Teams falling into this category will then e required to make at least one roster change.  The rule is in effect beginning with this season.<ref>https://m-league.jp/news202007311400/</ref>
 
A new rule is set in place for teams not having qualified in the final four for two consecutive seasons.  Teams falling into this category will then e required to make at least one roster change.  The rule is in effect beginning with this season.<ref>https://m-league.jp/news202007311400/</ref>
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==Yakuman==
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* Yoshihiro Matsumoto
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: Suuankou (2020-11-16)
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 10:35, 16 November 2020

2020-2021 M League Season
MLeagueLogo.png
M League logo
Host M League
Type Professional league
Team count 8 teams
Finalists

The 2020-2021 M League Season will be the third season to M.League. The opening day of the season is slated for October 5, 2020.

Rosters

Team name Previous roster Drafted player(s )
Akasaka Drivens Ken Sonoda (Saikouisen)
Jun Murakami (Saikouisen)
Taro Suzuki (Nihon Pro Mahjong Kyokai)
Kanako Maruyama (Saikouisen)
None
EX Furinkazan Aki Nikaido (JPML)
Kazunori Takizawa (JPML)
Kenji Katsumata (JPML)
None
KADOKAWA Sakura Knights Kotaro Uchikawa (JPML)
Sayaka Okada (JPML)
Makoto Sawazaki (JPML)
Hori Shingo (JPML)
Konami Mahjong Fight Club Hisato Sasaki (JPML)
Mari Takamiya (JPML)
Yudai Maehara (JPML)
Satoshi Fujisaki (JPML)
None
Shibuya Abemas Takaharu Ooi (RMU)
Sho Shiratori (JPML)
Yoshihiro Matsumoto (Nihon Pro Mahjong Kyokai)
Aiko Hinata (Saikouisen)
None
SegaSammy Phoenix Yuumi Uotani (JPML)
Seiichi Kondo (Saikouisen)
Sayaka Kayamori (Saikouisen)
Akira Wakutsu (JPML)
None
TEAM RAIDEN Masato Hagiwara (JPML)
Naoki Setokuma (JPML)
Saki Kurosawa (JPML)
None
U-NEXT Pirates Go Kobayashi (Mahjong Union)
Koushin Asakura (Saikouisen)
Nobuhiro Ishibashi (Saikouisen)
Akina Mizuhara (Saikouisen)
None

Contract renewals

All teams have renewed their player contracts and retain their rosters.

Player replacement rule

A new rule is set in place for teams not having qualified in the final four for two consecutive seasons. Teams falling into this category will then e required to make at least one roster change. The rule is in effect beginning with this season.[1]

Yakuman

  • Yoshihiro Matsumoto
Suuankou (2020-11-16)

References

  1. https://m-league.jp/news202007311400/

External links

2020-2021 M League Season in Japanese Wikipedia