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March madness in the esports scene continues. This week, we have fighting games and mobile MOBAs galore.
FV Cup X SEA Major 2019
Date: 23-24 March
Venue: Lightbox, 29 Jalan LGSB 1/1, Pusat Komersial LGSB, 47000, Sungai Buloh, Selangor
Registration Link: beastapac.com/fvxseam2019cpt/
Malaysia’s premier fighting game tournament is back for another round. The fact that its Street Fighter V tournament is a Capcom Pro Tour ranking event means that players from all over Asia will be flocking to the country to earn those sweet points for this year’s CPT tour.
The tournament will also feature the Neo Geo World Tour Season 2, involving tournaments for The King of Fighters XIV and The King of Fighters ’98.
Notable players include OilKing, Tokido, Itabashi Zangief, Bonchan, Sako, and Xian. If you want to watch the best players in Asia maintain their Street Fighter and 2D/3D fighting game dominance, you can watch the event for free.
Sin Esports League PUBG (Philippines) and Dota 2 (Philippines Group A)
Date: 23 and 24 March
Livestream: Watch live on Yahoo TV
This week, catch Philippines teams in action as they battle for Dota 2 and PUBG glory, in the Sin Esports League. Remember to catch it live on Yahoo TV!
eCurve Gaming Championship 2019
Date: 23-31 March
Venue: eCurve Shopping Mall
Held at eCurve shopping mall from 23-31 March, professional esports players will be offering mentorship to the young aspiring gamers that join the competition, featuring a PUBG Mobile tournament and Malaysia’s first Mobile Legends Talent Hunt.
Amateur players and fans will have the chance to play in the same team as professionals from Geek Fam Mobile Legends and Team Bosskurr as part of the Geek Draft, “auditioning” in front of pros who will judge their skills and if they can join their team for Mobile Legends.
Mobile Legends Professional League MY/SG Season 3 Week 3
Date: 22 – 24 March
Malaysia and Singapore’s major Mobile Legends tournament is still ongoing. Here are the schedules for the fourth week.
- Geek Fam vs Reborn
- EVOS SG vs XPX
- Resurgence vs ICON
- Geek Fam vs Bosskurr
- NARA SG vs Bigetron
- MYA vs Reborn
- EVOS SG vs Bigetron
- XPX vs Resurgence
Clash Royale Workshop by SCOGA
Date: 23 March (Intermediate), 30 March (Advanced)
Venue: Informatics Academy, 100 Victoria Street, National Library Building, #13-01, Singapore, 188064
This workshop from SCOGA and Esports Academy will teach you everything you want to know about Clash Royale and how you can earn the 20 Wins Challenge.
Players will learn how to build decks efficiently, learn about the current meta, and get the hang of the game’s advanced mechanics from top Clash Royale player Youngin from the clan GOLA.SG.
The fee is S$5 per session, and it runs from 1pm to 3pm.
Date: 22 March
Venue: GamesFusion, 5b, Nadayu 28 Dagang, Jalan PJS 11/7, Bandar Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
If you’re coming down to Malaysia for FV Cup X Southeast Asia Major 2019, why not train and mingle with the community before the event?
GamesFusion is hosting an open fighting game gathering this Friday featuring Street Fighter V, Tekken 7, Smash Ultimate, Dragon Ball FighterZ, and more. Entry fee is RM10; you get a free drink as well.
eSports Carnival 2019: Mobile Legends Bang Bang AMK Cup
Date: 7 April
Venue: Ang Mo Kio Community Centre Multi-Purpose Hall, Singapore
Want to prove your worth in the Mobile Legends MOBA ring? Happen to live in Singapore?
Then come sign up along with a few others in this Ang Mo Kio region tournament where cash prizes are worth up to S$700. Registration is S$10 per team.