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  • Sony to sponsor upcoming Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship

    Sony to sponsor upcoming Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship

    Call of Duty: Mobile has been enjoying some success to a certain degree, but up until now there aren't any major tournaments about the mobile game. Well, that's about to change as it has been announced that there will be a first-ever COD: Mobile World Championship global finals and Sony is sponsoring it. Since this is a global tournament, we have some information below on how you might participate.

  • Task Force 141 - Warzone event lets you get a character skin on Call of Duty:Mobile for free

    Task Force 141 - Warzone event lets you get a character skin on Call of Duty:Mobile for free

    With the recent announcement of Call of Duty: Warzone, it seems that there will be a cross-platform celebration to Call of Duty: Mobile players where they are able to get a free character skin. How? Simple, just simply install Call of Duty: Warzone and you're good to go!

  • Zombie Mode on Call of Duty: Mobile will be removed on 25 March

    Zombie Mode on Call of Duty: Mobile will be removed on 25 March

    Listen up, Call of Duty: Mobile fans, Timi Studios has announced that the Zombie Mode on the mobile game will be taken down pretty soon. In fact, 25 March 2020 is the last day for everyone to play and this will take effect on both iOS and Android platforms.

  • TechNave's 5 Favourite EPIC Mobile Games so far in 2019

    TechNave's 5 Favourite EPIC Mobile Games so far in 2019

    While the west has yet to embrace mobile gaming wholeheartedly, it has proven popular for the east particularly in the South East Asia region. Multiple mobile gaming eSports competitions have already taken off in a few countries and to know that Malaysia will be the host for the PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 Fall Split Global Finals is quite a testament. 

    While it's impossible to go through every single mobile game to see which one is the best, we can definitely tell you which were (and still are) super enjoyable and our favourites. Do keep in mind that the games listed here are in alphabetical order, so without further ado.. here are our Favourite Mobile Games so far in 2019.

  • How to turn your Huawei Mate 30 Pro into a gaming smartphone!

    How to turn your Huawei Mate 30 Pro into a gaming smartphone!

    Apart from all it’s other innovations such as 40MP (f/1.6, PDAF, OIS) + 40MP (f/1.8, ultra-wide, PDAF) + 8MP (f/2.4, telephoto) + 3D depth sensor quad rear cameras, Kirin 990 chipset and more, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro also offers a Horizon OLED display that has 88 degree curved sides. With no physical volume controls, these side displays can also be used like gaming trigger buttons much like a console game controller, but you have to first turn on the Side-Touch LR buttons to turn your Mate 30 Pro into a gaming smartphone. We’ll talk about how to do so in a bit below.

  • Controller support coming to Call of Duty Mobile soon

    Controller support coming to Call of Duty Mobile soon

    Call of Duty Mobile had over 100million downloads in the first week it was released and it's no surprise why. It is fast paced, easy to play and the battle royale mode is absolutely fun. And it is about to get even more fun as Activision is working on controller support for the game soon.

  • TechNave Gaming: Call of Duty Mobile pre-registration page is now online for Malaysia

    TechNave Gaming: Call of Duty Mobile pre-registration page is now online for Malaysia

    If you remember the news back in April, it was announced that Garena will launch the Call of Duty Mobile for the Southeast Asia region and it's itching closer by the day. Today, the pre-registration page is now live and it's open to Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia (for now) with special rewards for the early birds.

  • TechNave Gaming - Call of Duty: Mobile will have a Battle Royale mode soon

    TechNave Gaming - Call of Duty: Mobile will have a Battle Royale mode soon

    As the popularity of Battle Royale modes grow on mobile, it’s not surprising that Activision has hopped on the bandwagon. Similar to the popular Call of Duty 4 on PC, the mobile version of the game, Call of Duty: Mobile has been announced to have a battle royale mode. Call of Duty: Mobile beta has only started a few days ago in some countries and has shown a lot of promise. The Battle Royale mode has been hyped up and for good reason - Call of Duty 4’s Battle Royale mode,  Blackout was a huge hit at release and we may be seeing many features from the PC version of the game ported into mobile.

  • TechNave Gaming - Garena will launch Call of Duty Mobile for SEA

    TechNave Gaming - Garena will launch Call of Duty Mobile for SEA

    This just came in. Just over the weekend at the Garena World 2019, it has been announced that Garena will be officially launching the upcoming Call of Duty Mobile on the mobile platform. The anticipated FPS game will be launching in the Southeast Asia region including Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan and Thailand.

  • TechNave Gaming - You can play Call of Duty on your smartphone with Call of Duty Mobile for free!

    TechNave Gaming - You can play Call of Duty on your smartphone with Call of Duty Mobile for free!

    Ever wish that you never had to leave the house just to play Call of Duty? Well those days are long gone as Tencent has just announced Call of Duty Mobile and now you play CoD any time and anywhere! What's better is that the game is completely free to play!