Raven memperoleh lesen barang dagangan untuk Call of Duty League

Jenama pakaian sukan Raven telah menerima lesen untuk merancang, membuat, dan menjual pakaian menggunakan logo rasmi Call of Duty League dan logo pasukan francais. Perjanjian ini diumumkan pada hari yang sama dengan dua perlawanan pertama playoff Call of Duty League; Pakaian pertama Raven akan menjadi barang dagangan terhad yang difokuskan di sekitar Call of Duty Championship Weekend. Sam Wells, Pengarah Urusan Raven, berbicara mengenai perjanjian tersebut dalam sebuah siaran: “Kami dengan senang hati mengumumkan Raven sebagai pemegang lesen barang dagangan Call of Duty League. T-shirt Call of Duty League Championship…

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E-Sukan: Yoodo Gank Harumkan Nama Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: Pasukan e-sukan PUBG Mobile Malaysia, Yoodo Gank muncul sebagai juara dalam Grand Final Liga Profesional Asia Tenggara (PMPL SEA) Musim Bunga 2020, Ahad malam. Yoodo Gank dinobatkan sebagai terbaik dalam kalangan pasukan-pasukan Asia Tenggara selepas berjaya mengumpul 284 mata dalam 15 pusingan yang dipertandingkan. Menerusi kemenangan itu, Yoodo Gank membawa pulang hadiah wang tunai kira-kira RM128,000 (AS$30,000) dan diberikan slot utnuk beraksi di Liga Dunia PUBG Mobile. Selain wang kemenangan di tempat pertama itu, Yoodo Gank turut mendapat hadiah wang tunai tambahan kira-kira RM44,000 menerusi kemenangan Anugerah Pasukan…

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MY ESPORTS (Stay At Home) Platform Serlah Bakat E-Sukan

GOLONGAN belia negara ini khasnya peminat sukan elektronik (e-sukan) berpeluang mengilap bakat bagi diketengahkan sehingga ke peringkat antarabangsa menerusi Kejohanan My Esports: MyStay@HomeChallenge. Kejohanan anjuran Persatuan Sukan Elektronik Malaysia (ESM) bermula dari 9 hingga 14 April itu mendapat kerjasama Kementerian Belia dan Sukan (KBS) membabitkan 13 negeri serta dua Wilayah Persekutuan. “Pendaftaran dibuka bermula hari ini dengan kejohanan peringkat negeri akan berlangsung dari 9 hingga 10 April manakala kejohnan peringkat kebangsaan pula bermula dari 12 hingga 14 April. “Dua jenis permainan dipertandingkan iaitu Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) dan PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile…

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M’sia to host World Electronic Sports Games

ALIBABA Sports, a subsidiary of China’s tech giant Alibaba, and Hong Kong’s Esports International Group (EIG) are bringing World Electronic Sports Games (WESG) 2019-2020 Asia Pacific Final, one of the world’s biggest e-sports events, to Malaysia. It will take place from Jan 3 to 5 at the Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre in Petaling Jaya. A total of 61 teams and 260 players from 58 countries will be converging in Malaysia to compete in Dota2, CS:GO, Starcraft 2 and Pro Evolution Soccer, for a share of the event’s USD300,000 (RM1.24mil) prize…

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Esports Awards 2019: Richard Lewis calls out the likes of Polygon, Kotaku and Waypoint in Journalist of the Year winner’s speech

  British esports journalist Richard Lewis criticised part of the games press at the Esports Awards 2019 this weekend. Richard was named Esports Journalist of the Year for the second time, having first won the award at the 2016 event. He used his winner’s speech to call out the likes of Polygon, Kotaku and Waypoint: games media websites that have started covering esports in recent years. In particular, he criticised their at times inaccurate and damaging coverage of esports, as well as their motives. “There’s these external media companies, they’re…

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Malaysia to send 24 eSports athletes to SEA Games 2019 in Philippines

It’s game on for Malaysia as the country will be sending 24 eSports athletes to the 30th Southeast Asian Games in Manila, Philippines. The athletes, aged 15 to 26, will represent Malaysia in six eSports medal events for the titles Tekken 7, Starcraft II, Hearthstone, Arena Of Valor, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and Dota 2. Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman said it’s a new beginning for eSports in Malaysia at the flag-off event in Kuala Lumpur today “We are here for our athletes,” he said, adding…

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