Chinese international tournament created in 2013. First prize is 1,800,000 Yuan, second 600,000 (250,000 to the semi-finalists).
In the first knock-out edition, 64 players compete (50 of them from the preliminaries: 42 male professional players, 4 female, 4 amateurs). In the prelimaries compete 338 players (221 from China, 66 from Korea, 11 from Taiwan, 8 from Japan and 31 amateurs).
Seeded players were: Gu Li, Chen Yaoye, Zhou Ruiyang, Shi Yue and Fan Tingyu for China; Lee Sedol, Park Junghwan and Kim Jiseok for Korea; Yamashita Keigo, Yuki Satoshi and Murakawa Daisuke for Japan; Zhou Junxun for Taiwan, plus two wild card to Lee Changho and Kong Jie.
The entry list was completed with 35 Chinese players from the preliminaries, 10 Koreans, 1 Taiwanese (Hei Jiajia) and 4 Korean amateurs.
- 3rd Mlily cup, 2017/218, Park Junghwan 9 dan (d. Park Yeonghun 9 dan 3-0)
- 2nd Mlily Cup, 2015/2016, Ke Jie 9 dan (d. Lee Sedol 9 dan 3-2 (5th match by 0.5point)).
- 1st Mlily Cup, 2013, Mi Yuting 4 dan (d. Gu Li 9 dan 3-1).
Chinese post above the preliminary tables.