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We’re nearing the end of July, but there’s still a lot happening on the esports calendar. From the Female Esports League’s League of Legends circuit to Sin Esports charity gaming stream, here’s what to expect in the coming weeks!
Female Esports League Circuit League of Legends (Southeast Asia)
Date: 27-28 July (Vietnam), 3-4 August (Philippines), 10-11 August (Thailand), 17-18 August (Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia), 7-8 September (Elite)
Venue: Online, COMEX for LoL Elite
The Female Esports League's League of Legends circuit kicks off this weekend! Featuring teams from Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia, plus an invited team from Taiwan. Catch all the action live on Yahoo TV!
Sin Esports charity gaming stream (Online)
Date: 26-28 July
Want to catch esports talents play games and take on challenges in the name of charity? This is your chance with the Sin Esports charity gaming stream.
From attempting the bottle cap challenge to singing to Celine Dion, this good-natured event aims to raise funds for Make-A-Wish Singapore and Club Rainbow (Singapore), charities which are aimed at helping children with medical conditions.
Catch all the fun and action live on Yahoo TV!
PMCO Spring Split Global Finals (Germany)
Date: 22-28 July
Venue: Estrel Congress Center, Berlin
One of the largest PUBG Mobile tournaments in the world is happening this week. 16 teams will be fighting for the US$180,000 grand prize. These include Asian teams such as:
Bigetron Esports from Indonesia
Team Secret’s Malaysian squad
Purple Mood E-Sport from Thailand
RRQ Athena from Thailand
The tournament is currently underway, with Purple Mood E-Sport, X-Quest F, Team Queso, TOP Esports, and All Rejection Gaming in the lead.
Female Esports League Circuit Arena of Valor (Southeast Asia)
Date: 16-21 July, 6-8 August, 5-6 September for AOV Elite
Venue: Online, COMEX for AOV Elite
Female mobile MOBA fans who weren’t into Mobile Legends, now’s your chance to up your game in this upcoming Arena of Valor tournament.
With up to SG$1,900 of cash prizes up for grabs and the AOV Elite finals culminating in Singapore this September, you’ll be sure to check out the best talents in Southeast Asia go wild with AOV.
This week, catch the Vietnamese and Thai teams in action, live on Yahoo TV.
Campus Legends (Singapore)
Date: 3-4 August
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
SCOGA’s Campus Legends grand finals will be held at the Campus Game Fest on 3 and 4 August. Find out will will claim the top prizes in Fifa 19 and League of Legends at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, or live on Yahoo TV!
Campus Legends: Legion Of Racers Gran Turismo Tournament (Singapore)
Date: 3-4 August
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Registration: http://bit.ly/LORGT (6-25 July)
Race for your life in this esports tournament, featuring Gran Turismo Sport as the main title. Sponsored by HP Singapore, Yup, Legion of Racers, Sony Singapore, Garena Singapore, and Yahoo Singapore, this event is giving young competitive players a chance at a S$750 cash and S$750 scholarship grand prize.
Acer Predator League 2019 Singapore qualifiers (Singapore)
Date: 27 July (online qualifiers), 3-4 August (Finals)
Venue: Online (27 July) and Singapore Indoor Stadium (Finals)
Livestream: https://sg.yahoo.com (Finals)
The Acer Predator League is back for 2019! Who will make it to the finals and represent Singapore in the Philippines next year? Catch the Dota 2 and PUBG action in the finals live on Yahoo TV.
PVP Esports Corporate League Singapore qualifiers (Singapore)
Date: 15-16 August
Time: 6pm to 10pm
Venue: Asia Square
Who says corporate folk don't play games? Catch the showdown in the PVP Esports Corporate League Singapore qualifiers as Asia Square as teams aim for glory in Dota 2 and Mobile Legends.
Asia Champions League (Singapore)
Date: 21 July to 6 September (Qualifiers), 5-8 September (Finals)
Venue: Online (Qualifiers), Suntec Convention Centre, COMEX 2019 (Finals)
More information: https://aceleague.asia
Looking for competitions for Dota Underlords, Mobile Legends or PUBG Mobile? The Asia Champions League has you covered! With a total prize pool of over $20,000, why not give it a go?
MET Asia Series: PUBG Classic (Thailand)
Date: 26-28 July
Venue: BITEC Bangna EH100, Bangkok, Thailand
Info Link: http://facebook.com/metevents
This particular PBG tournament is the third Global Event and the final PUBG Classics bout of the 2019 circuit. This battle will feature the best teams from Southeast Asia, China, South Korea, and Japan. Here are the players from the SEA side:
Armory Gaming (Thailand)
Rex Regum Queon (Indonesia)
Tokio Striker (Thailand)
ESL Indonesia Championship Season 2 Group Stage (Indonesia)
Date: 2nd July – 4th September
Venue: TBA, Online for now
Indonesia’s best Dota 2 players will be duking it out for the top four spots in the final portions of this championship tournament. Eight teams will be vying for that honour; these include:
Hans Pro Gaming
EVOS vs PG.Orca
Prime vs BOOM
AlterEgo vs Barracx
ANT vs HPG
Barracx vs Prime
PG.Orca vs ANT
BOOM vs EVOS
HPG vs AlterEgo
Overwatch Contenders Pacific Season 2 (Asia Pacific)
Date: 20 June – 9 August
The next season in the Asia Pacific competitive side of Overwatch returns for a second outing. With a collective reward of US$3 million reallocated towards top-performing teams, we will no doubt see rising stars within the region.
These are the competing teams:
Far East Society (NEW)
Green Leaves (NEW)
Overwatch World Cup 2019 (USA)
Venue: Anaheim, California, USA
The fourth Overwatch World Cup tournament will happen during November. However, the format of competing has now changed. Instead of having country-specific qualifiers to determine the final few teams to fight at BlizzCon, the entire tournament will happen during the week leading up to the company game expo.
Countries will now have to find and select their players from now onwards until 14 July. The selected players and committee members will travel to the live event and receive complimentary access to BlizzCon by 26 July.
Speaking of which, here is the list of recently-announced committee members for each selected Southeast Asian countries.
General Manager: Chun Chieh "TCC" Teo
Community Manager: Nicholas "Caldoran" Tay
Coach: Seetoh "JohnGalt" Jian Qing
General Manager: Mika "nilavariel" Fabella
Community Manager: Camie "Yumie" Tafalla
Coach: Dathan Allan Keanu "Daks" Rosales
General Manager: Areeya "aumimchun" Manamunchaiyaporn
Community Manager: Aunya "Klarion" Wettayawong
Coach: จิรวัฒน์ "HeadHawk" กะลัมพะนันทน์
General Manager: Kenn "Beagull" Leandre
Community Manager: Sun "megikari" San
Coach: Jack "RagonSEA" Teoh