Weekly eSports guide (20-27 May) - Singapore Robo Fight 2019 and PUBG in focus

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The MLBB madness is over (for now), but the events continue, with the Robot Fighting Championship and PUBG back in focus. The Campus Legends tournament and the Female Esports League also continue.

Singapore Robo Fight 2019 (Singapore)

Singapore Robo Fight 2019
Singapore Robo Fight 2019

Date: 25 May

Venue: Suntec Convention Centre Lvl 4 Gamex Booth

Registration: https://www.gam3show.com/

This year’s Gam3.Show isn’t just about PUBG; it’s also about the first-ever Robo Fight of 2019 in Suntec’s hallowed convention centre. Here, players show off their battle bots and have them duke it out in 1v1 fights to be the best. The final two players will represent Singapore in the upcoming WCG 2019 in Xi’an, with flight and accommodation fully paid for.

With a prize pool of SG$1,200 and SG$1,000 for first and second place, you wouldn’t want to miss this bot fight. Check out the Facebook video to see what the hype is about.

Female Esports League Mobile Legends (Southeast Asia)

Yahoo is an official media partner for the upcoming FSL circuits.
Yahoo is an official media partner for the upcoming FSL circuits.

Date: April – June

Livestream: Catch it live on Yahoo TV

Website: https://www.facebook.com/FSLLoL/

Singapore and Malaysia teams are up next in the FSL. Catch all the action on Yahoo TV!

FSL Elite Mobile Legends schedule:

  • Malaysia/Singapore: 25-26 May

  • FSL Elite LAN Finals: 8-9 June

Campus Legends Esports League - Qualifiers (Singapore)

Campus Legends (Photo: SCOGA)
Campus Legends (Photo: SCOGA)

Date: May-June

Livestream: Catch it live on Yahoo TV

Registration: https://campuslegends.sg/register/

Brought to you by Omen and SCOGA, this grassroots-level esports event aims to support aspiring esports players and students to develop a career path in the industry, using two titles: League of Legends and FIFA 19.

Campuses and universities involved include ITE College West, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Nanyang, Republic Polytechnic, and Singapore Polytechnic, all of which will fight for a total prize pool of S$10,000.

Once the qualifiers and matches are done, the final teams will fight in the grand finals in 3 to 4 August at the Singapore Sports Hub.

The matches will be streamed live on Yahoo TV.

25 May: Nanyang Polytechnic

26 May: Ngee Ann Polytechnic

1 June: SUTD

2 June: ITE College Central

8 June: Republic Polytechnic

9 June: SIM

15 June: Singapore Management University

16 June: ITE College East

22 June: Nanyang Technological University Singapore

23 June: ITE College West

29 June: National University of Singapore

PUBG Mobile Tournament @ Gam3.Asia GAMEX 2019- CEE Edition (Singapore)

PUBG M Gamex 2019 CEE edition (Photo:Gam3.Asia)
PUBG M Gamex 2019 CEE edition (Photo:Gam3.Asia)

Date: 26 May

Venue: Consumer Electronics Exhibition @ Suntec Convention Centre

Registration: www.gam3show.com

Gam3.Asia’s GameXsg returns in 2019. This time the game and esports event will be held at this year’s Consumer Electronics Exhibition. The featured game this time around is PUBG Mobile, so train up to get that chicken dinner and register here.

PUBG Mobile National Championship 2019 – Sabah (Malaysia)

PUBG Mobile National Championship 2019 (Photo: PMNC)
PUBG Mobile National Championship 2019 (Photo: PMNC)

Date: 25 May

Venue: Suria Sabah

Registration: Click here

Want to be the best PUBG Mobile player in Malaysia? Then check out the upcoming qualifiers for the Sabah slot in this national tournament of the gunning ages. Plus, the RM114,000 prize pool seems substantial enough to entice grassroots PUBG players.

NEST 2019(China)

National Electronic Sports Tournament
National Electronic Sports Tournament

Date: 24-26 May

Venue: China

Stream : www.huya.com/11718749

Schedule: Click here

The National Electronic Sports Tournament 2019 is slated for the end of May and will feature up-and-coming Chinese League of Legends teams going all-out against each other. Participating teams include Edward Gaming, JD Gaming, RNG, SinoDragon, Suning, Team WE, and Topsports Gaming.

Battle Arena: Super Series (Malaysia)

(Photo: Battle Arena Malaysia)
(Photo: Battle Arena Malaysia)

Date: 1-30 June

Venue: Battle Arena Malaysia

Registration: https://bit.ly/2W0TwG0

Dota 2 players in the Klang Valley can showcase their skills in a casual format in this upcoming tournament series in Battle Arena Malaysia.

The tournament aims to offer players the experience of competing on a professional platform and having a tournament journey with friends immortalised in video form.

Registration fee is RM10, and you can sign until the 29 May deadline. Benefits for registration include customised team jerseys, scrimming sessions with guest veterans in the Malaysian Dota 2 scene, and the chance to take your Dota 2 game and teamfights to tournament-standard levels.

More info here: https://battle-arena.my/2019/05/11/battlearena-superseries/

eRacing Grand Prix SEA (Southeast Asia)

Date: June

Venue: TBA

Want to be a professional racer by playing racing games? Then the eRacing Grand Prix SEA might be for you.

Slated for June 2019, this tournament will have players competing in Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, and Thailand in Gran Turismo Sport for PS4.

The winner of each stop will be trained to drive a real race car and offered a spot in the Formula 4 South East Asia Championship before heading in the bigger leagues.

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