One Esports Cafe: Malaysia’s first esports and lifestyle cafe launches today
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One Esports Cafe: Malaysia’s first esports and lifestyle cafe launches today

Apr 07, 2021 Bryan "soupykambing" Terng  

Gone are the days of dingy Internet cafes to game in (those were cherished memories though), and taking its place is the first-ever Orange Esports Cafe, in partnership with LiHO TEA, which has landed in the heart of SS2, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. The Internet cafe franchise – yes, this won’t be the last – is an Esports Business Network (EBN) subsidiary that was built to serve as an esports lifestyle hub that promotes healthy gaming, where friendships and talent are forged.

A grand opening calls for festivities, and Orange Esports Cafe is hosting a slew of activities to celebrate its momentous launch. The biggest highlight would be the Orange Esports x LiHO TEA CS:GO Community Event on 22 May, where teams can compete for 100 cups of free LiHO TEA beverages.

(left to right): Chow York Yoong, Representative of LiHO TEA; Frank Ng, Executive Chairman of Esports Business Network (EBN); Ian Tan, Group Chief Operation Officer of EBN; Adrian Gaffor, Group Chief Executive Officer of EBN; and Lim Heng Choon, Director of EBN.

Orange Esports Cafe is also giving away a free PS5 with its Orange Esports Cafe x LiHO TEA PS5 Lucky Draw. All you have to do is buy one LiHO TEA drink, take a photo at Orange Esports Cafe SS2, upload to Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #ORANGExLIHOMY and stand a chance to win a Sony Playstation 5. Other promotions include:

  • Orange x LiHO TEA Opening Promotion: Buy one free one any LiHO drink
  • Orange x LiHO TEA Gaming Combo
    • Gaming Combo: Buy one LiHO drink paired with three-internet hours
    • IMBA Combo: Buy two LiHO drinks with six-internet hours

For more promos, you can follow them on Orange Esports Cafe FB and LiHo Tea Malaysia FB.

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.

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