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  • OPPO Gaming Tournament Season 1 coming soon with prize pool of RM25000

    OPPO Gaming Tournament Season 1 coming soon with prize pool of RM25000

    When it comes to mobile eSports, PUBG Mobile continues to be the most popular in the SEA region and another tournament is on the way. Digi, Esports PLayer League (ESPL) and OPPO have partnered up to host an online tournament, with a substantial prize pool of RM25000.

  • Valorant has been officially launched and it's free-to-play on PC

    Valorant has been officially launched and it's free-to-play on PC

    Valorant, a free-to-play first-person shooter, has been officially launched today exclusively on the PC. To those who are not familiar with the game, it is developed by Riot Games and it features gameplay mechanics similar to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Overwatch.

  • MDEC announces collaboration with eGG Network to host LEVEL UP SPACEBAR and PLAY-ONE

    MDEC announces collaboration with eGG Network to host LEVEL UP SPACEBAR and PLAY-ONE

    When it comes to local gaming events, many of you probably know about LEVEL UP KL. Well, this year the event is going to be split into two parts and will be held completely online. The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) has announced that it will be collaborating with eGG Network for the events.

  • DotA 2, Mobile Legends and PUBG Mobile added to the Razer Southeast Asian Invitational 2020

    DotA 2, Mobile Legends and PUBG Mobile added to the Razer Southeast Asian Invitational 2020

    With the on-going Conditional Movement Control Order, it seems that some businesses are coming back slowly with caution. Among the companies, Razer took a bold move in announcing their upcoming Razer Southeast Asian Invitational 2020. The event is scheduled to kick off on 22 June, followed by the grand finals on 3-5 July 2020. 

  • TARUC wants to set up an eSports arena

    TARUC wants to set up an eSports arena

    Tunku Abdul Rahman University College recently posted on Facebook, stating that they are looking for operators to set up an eSports arena inside their Cyber Center which is located at KL Main Campus. Those that are interested can send in their proposal before 2 March 2020.

  • PMCO 2019 Fall Split Grand Finals racked up around 532 million views

    PMCO 2019 Fall Split Grand Finals racked up around 532 million views

    The PMCO 2019 Fall Split Global Finals took place at PWTC, Kuala Lumpur from 29 November until 2 December 2019 and it managed to rack up around 532 million total views and up to 57 hours in total watch time. During the tournament, the Indonesian team called Bigetron RA managed to emerge as the champions and bagged the grand prize of 180000USD.

  • BAE to represent Malaysia in the upcoming Asia Predator League 2020 Grand Finals

    BAE to represent Malaysia in the upcoming Asia Predator League 2020 Grand Finals

    Battle Arena Elites recently emerged victorious during the Asia Pacific Predator League 2020 which was held at Battle Arena, Jaya Shopping Centre on 8 December 2019 with an amazing 100-point lead over the first runner-up. The champions, well as the first runner-up, brought home RM10000 and RM5000 in cash prize and Predator accessories respectively.

  • Catch the esports hype during SEA Games 2019 on the eGG Network

    Catch the esports hype during SEA Games 2019 on the eGG Network

    It was only a matter of time before esports made it big, with it being a medal sport in the SEA Games 2019. For Team Malaysia, 24 professional gamers will be looking to bring back the first esports Gold medals for Malaysia. Those of us watching from home can catch the action live on Astro eGG Network.

  • TechNave Gaming: You can play Overwatch for free until 5 December 2019

    TechNave Gaming: You can play Overwatch for free until 5 December 2019

    Blizzard has officially announced on their blog post stating that their Team-based Multiplayer Shooter, Overwatch will be Free-To-Play starting 27 November until 5 December 2019 (Malaysian time). But that’s not all, Blizzard also added that the aforementioned game, as well as other games,  will be on sale with up to 60% discount on.

  • Facebook Creators can't attend Mobile Legends World Championship (M1), here's why.

    Facebook Creators can't attend Mobile Legends World Championship (M1), here's why.

    The Mobile Legends World Championship (M1) is arguably one of the largest MLBB esports tournament to be held in Malaysia, and it starts from 15 November until 17 November 2019. For those who were unable to attend, they can also catch the aforementioned tournament via livestream on Youtube, which is the rival of Facebook.