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Revision as of 20:58, 8 August 2018

The M League is a professional mahjong team league.

Teams

Team name Company sponsor Players
Akasaka Drivens Hakuhodo DY media partners Ken Sonoda (Saikouisen)
Jun Murakami (Saikouisen)
Taro Suzuki (Nihon Pro Mahjong Kyokai)
EX Furinkazan TV Asahi Aki Nikaido (JPML)
Kazunori Takizawa (JPML)
Kenji Katsumata (JPML)
Konami Mahjong Fight Club KONAMI Hisato Sasaki (JPML)
Mari Takamiya (JPML)
Yudai Maehara (JPML)
Shibuya Abemas CyberAgent Takaharu Ooi (RMU)
Sho Shiratori (JPML)
Yoshihiro Matsumoto (Nihon Pro Mahjong Kyokai)
SegaSammy Phoenix SegaSammy Yuumi Uotani (JPML)
Seiichi Kondo (Saikouisen)
Sayaka Kayamori (Saikouisen)
TEAM RAIDEN Dentsu Masato Hagiwara (JPML)
Naoki Setokuma (JPML)
Saki Kurosawa (JPML)
U-NEXT Pirates U-Next Go Kobayashi (Maujong Union)
Koushin Asakura (Saikouisen)
Nobuhiro Ishibashi (Saikouisen)

External links

M League channel
M League promotional video