NetEase thanks partners, including eGG Network for Top Clans 2020
0

NetEase thanks partners, including eGG Network for Top Clans 2020

Dec 04, 2020 Bryan "soupykambing" Terng  

Top Clans 2020, the world’s largest Rules of Survival tournament, was a smashing success, made possible with the help of several partnerships NetEase Games worked out with industry leaders to expand their reach throughout the region. And one of those is partners is none other their eGGcellent buddies of eGG Network, who helped their livestream extend all over Southeast Asia via television broadcast.

eGG Network brought Top Clans 2020 to over eight countries across SEA, bringing forth the latest news about the SEA invitational, as well as live broadcasts of the tournament on our TV channel. Top Clans started out as the world’s largest Rules of Survival competition, but in its second iteration, NetEase Games broadened its esports titles to include Dota 2MARVEL Super War, TEKKEN 7 and Tom and Jerry: Chase – it was also the debut of the latter in the SEA esports appearance. A total prize pool of US$85,000 was split between the five games, with US$20,000 allotted to every game sans TEKKEN 7, which instead featured a US$5,000 prize pool.

Top Clans 2020 was held from 25 September to 8 November. Be sure to follow the official Top Clans Facebook page for more updates on the next series, and eGG Network hopes to be another useful ally for NetEase Games in the next edition of Top Clans!

Here’s some of the coverage we did for Top Clans 2020:

Top Clans 2020: Vietnam’s Never Be Alone emerge as Rules of Survival champions

Top Clans 2020: Philippines’ IMPERIUM PRO TEAM conquer MARVEL Super War

Top Clans 2020: Galaxy Racer make Malaysia proud as Dota 2 champions

Top Clans 2020: World’s first Tom and Jerry: Chase champions – Team be8ind

Top Clans 2020: Philippines’ AK emerge as champion of TEKKEN 7 league

About Bryan "soupykambing" Terng

An action adventure RPG lover, Bryan also likes playing and writing PUBG Mobile and COD: Mobile when he's away from his PS4 and Netflix. He also secretly hopes that Apex Legends esports will take off in SEA.

Leave a comment

Type your name
Type your email
Website url
Type your comment