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Author: Wei Hao Tan

[FIFA ESPORTS] Paris Saint-Germain to Work with Team Flash for 2018 Asia Summer Tour

Paris Saint-Germain’s men’s team will be on its summer tour from the 25th July to the 4th August 2018. The team will be in Singapore from the 25th July to 1st August where they will participate in the International Champions Cup (ICC) against Arsenal (28th July) and Atletico (30th July) before making its way to Shenzhen, China to compete in the Champions Trophy against AS Monaco (4th August). Throughout the tour, Paris Saint-Germain will organise events and digital activations to engage its supporters and to develop the brand in Asia. On the 29th July at Clarke Quay in Singapore, Lucas « DaXe » Cuillerier...

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Singtel ventures into esports, announces PVP Esports Championship

Singtel held a media conference yesterday to announce their historic venture into esports: PVP Esports Championship. Here’s a quick rundown of the details: Held on 5-7 October 2018, Suntec City Convention Centre (2 Halls) Games: Arena of Valor, Dota2, Hearthstone Total Prize Pool of USD300,000 to be spread across 2 games: Arena of Valor by Garena, Dota2 by Valve Hearthstone Championship Tour (HCT) will stop in Singapore via PVP Esports Championship. In partnership with Singtel’s web of strategic telco partners situated in India, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines and Australia. All action streamed on “Singtel Group’s content platforms and content partners”...

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Rift Rivals Asia – A Preview

Just as everyone is enjoying/disliking the chaos that is Patch 8.11 in all regions, Rift Rivals have unknowingly crept close. In just over a week, teams all over the globe will travel to their designated locations and duke it out for regional pride. In today’s article, I will attempt to break down Rift Rivals Red and give you a better insight before going into the matches. Rift Rivals – LCK / LPL / LMS (Dalian, China) July 5, 2018 It goes without saying that the Rift Rivals with the most competitive regions will also be the most competitive. Reigning...

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SEA’s best PUBG squads convene in Thailand for the PUBG SEA Championship Regional Finals Presented by ROG and Intel

The lion’s share of the USD 100,000 pool is on the line The best PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) squads from six countries in Southeast Asia determined from their respective National Championships are now heading into the final stretch of the PUBG Southeast Asia Championship Presented by ROG and Intel. Only Thailand has yet to determine their winners. Once they are done, 20 teams (80 players) from the region will go head to head for a chance to win up to USD 40,000 and a trip to Berlin, Germany for the PUBG Global Invitational. The Regional Finals is set to take...

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