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With Yoodo Alliance x 4Rivals and Farang Lejund a cut above the rest after the first two days, they looked like the favourites to win the whole tournament on the final day of the PUBG Mobile Professional League MYSGPH (PMPL MYSGPH S5). After their stellar performances on days one and two, it looked like their game to lose.

Round 1
Round 2

First round of the day went as expected, with YA4R finishing 3rd and FRG in second. First place easily went to HomeBois who had all their members alive for the final circle. The second round started off with a big surprise as YA4R were the first to be eliminated. FRG fared much better, finishing in 5th place (overtaking YA4R on the leaderboards) but in the end, it was HomeBois that clutched their second Chicken Dinner of the day.

Round 3
Round 4

Round three saw YA4R winning another Chicken Dinner of the grand finals, reclaiming the top spot on the leaderboard. FRG didn't do too poorly, with a fourth-place finish. Dingoz ended second, closing the gap between them and the top spot. The fourth round went to Dingoz, who had the high ground and numbers advantage over SEM9 - putting them in second place on the overall leaderboards and a mere 10 points away from number one. The last round of the event is going to be spicy!

Dingoz and YA4R eliminated in quick succession
Round 5

The winner of the whole tournament boiled down to the final round. At 23 minutes, Dingoz and YA4R found themselves getting eliminated one after another, but with FRG and HB already out of the equation, it looked like they weren't going to drop out of the top two. It boiled down to a three-way showdown between Genexus, Clutch Guerillas and MAB Esports. In the end, their superior positioning gave the team an edge over the other two teams, giving them their first Chicken Dinner of the day.

Ultimately, it was Yoodo Alliance x 4Rivals who remained on top of the leaderboards. Their superb performance throughout the whole season including the grand finals proved that they were deserving of the championship. Congratulations to PEMBURU, Appy, Rith, Vokey, Eypul and Pasha on their victory! They will be moving on to represent Malaysia at the upcoming PMPL SEA Championship, along with Dingoz, Farang Lejund, HomeBois, Genexus and RSG Malaysia. Team Secret will be present as well, for winning last season.

Season MVP
Top Eliminators
Individual Awards

What a day for the boys in YA4R - they definitely deserved the win for their performances. We look forward to catching them at PMPL SEA later this year!

If you missed the action of the final day, catch the VOD here:

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The Free Fire MCP Majors S3 came to an exciting conclusion this afternoon, and we have a new team to wear the crown: congratulations to Farang! While they were on fire today, hot on their heels were Todak, who finished in second place - short by only five points. Fortunately for them, they will get to represent the MCP region at the upcoming world series later this year.

Blacklist, Bloody Heads and Geek Fam put up a good fight but they needed a lot more to win the whole event. Regardless, they'll be able to try harder in the next season.

The MVP award for MCP Majors S3 goes to Todak Spark for scoring a whopping 21 kills! Talk about excellent performance. For those of you who have hopes and dreams of competing in the next MCP Major, Garena teased the next season of Free Fire Challengers, which will give you and your team a chance to play in the big league. Follow their Facebook Page for more information.

And if you missed the grand final, you can watch the whole VOD here:

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In anticipation of the PMPL MYSGPH S5 grand finals concluding this weekend, PUBG has made available to stream online its 4th Anniversary variety show. Filmed during the festivities a few weeks ago, the variety show stars 12 PUBG Mobile icons: Master Ramen, J Hunter, OTG, Yakuza, EmiMohamad, Soultann, FattahZie, Raa Suzuran, Miss Rose, Fiera Fendi, MunaXmoci, Nunaa, and Sharina Richie. The cast was divided into three teams of four and sent around Sunway Pyramid to complete missions in order to win prizes.

The first episode, which premiered on the 3rd of April, saw the cast shooting different coloured balloons to decide their teams. They then navigated through an obstacle course with Xiaomi smartphones and competed in challenges at the Airdrop Stations to collect nerf gun weapons and ammo, and life balloons for the final Battle Royale Challenge.

If you missed the live premiere, you can watch it below, and episodes two and three on the 17th and 24th April, respectively.

Follow PUBG Mobile on Facebook and YouTube to know when the new episodes are released!

If you're young, play Call of Duty: Mobile and think you're good enough to compete for money, you're in luck! Garena has announced a new tournament for up and coming players. The CODM Garena Youth Challenge is a tournament open to all players aged 16 to 24 from Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines, and features a USD 4,000 prize pool - a nice chunk of change for anyone competing at that level!

Registration for the tournament is open now and will close on 15 April, 2022, 11.59 PM. Qualifiers will take place from 19-22 April (4 qualifiers) with the top 2 teams from each qualifier advancing to the playoffs from 23-24 April, 3PM (GMT+8) on both days.

The tournament format will be single elimination, best-of-three for the qualifiers and double elimination best-of-five for the playoffs. It will also be brodcasted on the following platforms:

Keen on competing? Sign up now on the official Discord or the CODM Esports Facebook Page. Stay tuned for all the latest Garena Youth Challengers updates on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

The group stage of the PUBG Mobile Professional League (PMPL) MYSGPH S5 finally came to a conclusion last week and we now have the 16 teams that will be moving on to the grand finals! But first, here’s a summary of how the teams performed.

Farang Lejund proved to be the team to beat last week as they finished top of the leaderboard with 257 points - a huge improvement over their week 2 results. With this win, they secure a spot in the top 16. RSG also showed up with a second-place finish, and end up sixth overall. Yoodo Alliance x 4Rivals finished third, which put the team as number one overall. A well-deserved spot for their amazing consistency throughout the whole league period.

Finishing at the bottom last week were EVOS ViP, Clutch Guerilla, Team HAQ and ALMIGHTY. Unfortunately for HAQ and ALM, they won’t be making it to the grand final week. Joining them with the farewell are Team SMG and KHI Esports - while they had some moments of brilliance throughout the league, it wasn't enough to keep them in the tournament.

The teams attending the PMPL MYSGPH S5 Grand Finals:

  1. Yoodo Alliance x 4Rivals
  2. Axis RedONE
  3. Genexus
  4. Dingoz Esports
  5. R2K
  6. RSG Malaysia
  7. Farang Lejund
  8. Team Bosskurr
  9. Geek Fam
  10. SEM9
  11. TABAH NSEA
  12. HomeBois
  13. Team Secret
  14. Clutch Guerilla
  15. MAB Esports
  16. EVOS ViP

The PMPL MYSGPH S5 Grand Finals will be held on April 15th - 17th, 6 PM onwards. Make sure to catch the action live on eGG Network TV, Facebook, and YouTube. Tune in to find out who will hoist the trophy this season!

We're now one step closer to determining the best Wild Rift team in SEA. Over the past seven weeks, all the top teams in Malaysia/Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Taiwan and Oceania have been duking it out for a spot in the biggest event of 2022 so far - the Wild Rift Champions SEA 2022, where they will compete against each other for a spot in the Global Championship later this year.

From 23 April to 8 May, here are the 11 teams who will be battling each other for money, a title, and a coveted spot:

The top four teams will qualify for the Wild Rift Icons Global Championship and a cut of the USD 200,000 prize pool.

There will be 3 stages to the Wild Rift Champions SEA 2022: play-ins, playoffs, and finals.

Play-ins (23-24 April)

Five teams will be playing a best-of-three round robin against every team for a spot in the playoffs. The top team will move forward while second and third place will play a best-of-five for the last slot. The teams in this stage will be: Cerberus Esports, EVOS Esports TH, FENNE Adversity, ONE Team and Smash Logic Gaming.

Playoffs and Finals (26-27 April, 29 April - 1 May, 6-7 May)

The eight teams will compete against each other in a double-elimination bracket, best-of-five until the lower bracket finals and grand finals which will be best-of-seven. For the first round, teams from the same-sub region cannot be drawn against each other, which means we'll only be seeing inter-region matches in the beginning, spicy!

The event will be broadcasted live on Twitch, Facebook and YouTube, check out the links to the broadcasts below. Matches start from 2 PM (GMT+8) 23 April.

English: 

Tagalog

Bahasa Indonesia

Bahasa Malaysia

Mandarin

Vietnamese

Thai

We can't wait to see which teams will hoist the trophy this year! Stay tuned to eGG Network for more news and updates about Wild Rift. More info.

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