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MSC 2021 Playoffs

It all comes down to this. The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang SEA esports series have finally determined its top 8 on Wednesday, the last day of Group Stage. Which team will reign supreme in the MLBB SEA Cup 2021 and bag the title as the region's dream team?

Related: MSC 2021 – Finals Weekend Preview

MSC 2021 Playoffs will run from 11 - 13 June at 12PM daily. The SEA tournament will be broadcast LIVE on eGG Network TV, Facebook and YouTube.

WePlay AniMajor Playoffs

The Playoffs of the WePlay AniMajor are finally here! Who will rise triumphant in the second Dota 2 major of the season and walk away with US$200,000 and 500 DPC points?

Related: WePlay AniMajor Team Preview

Witness top-tier Dota 2 action LIVE on eGG Network TV (click here for the full schedule), YouTube and Twitch from tonight until Sunday (June 11 - 13).

BLAST Premier Spring Finals 2021

Eight of the world's best Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) have proven themselves worthy in Spring Groups 2021 and Spring Showdown 2021. However, there's only one ticket to the BLAST Premier World Final 2021, as well as precious BLAST Premier points to earn. Who will be the only team to win it all?

Catch BLAST Premier Spring Finals 2021 LIVE on eGG Network TV (here is the full schedule), Twitch and YouTube, from 15 - 20 June.

ALGS Championship 2021: North America Finals

Date: 14 June, 6AM.
Where to watch: eGG Network TV and Twitch.

NBA 2K League

Date: 11 - 13 and 17 - 20 June, 7AM daily.
Where to watch: eGG Network TV and Twitch.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

M2 World Championship

The M2 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship is the year's most hotly-anticipated MLBB tournament that fans are undoubtedly excited to watch. The second edition of the international series will be held in Singapore, pitting 12 of the world's top teams against each other for the US$30,000 prize pool.

Catch M2's Group Stage from next week Monday (18 January) onwards at 10AM, LIVE on eGG Network TV, Astro Arena (CH801/CH802 HD) and MLBB Facebook.

PMGC 2020 Grand Finals

It all comes down to this for the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero (PMGC 2020). Only 16 ace teams are left, as well as US$1.2 million in the remaining prize pool and the world championship title up for grabs. Will the next victor be China's Four Angry Men (League Stage winners), defending champions Bigetron RA, or an all-new world champion squad?

The PMGC 2020 Grand Finals will run from 21 - 24 January. Do check out Liquipedia for all streaming platforms and other details.

Dota Pro Circuit 2021

DPC 2021 continues next week Monday (18 January) with Regional Leagues for Southeast Asia, China, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Europe, and South and North Americas. eGG Network TV will also be broadcasting the SEA Spring Regional League, so be sure to check out our TV guide for the schedule; for the other leagues, do check out Liquipedia.

BLAST Premier 2020 Global Final

The 2020 season of the BLAST Premier reaches its conclusion with a global showdown between eight of the world's best Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) teams, featuring a whopping US$1 million prize pool. The BLAST Premier 2020 Global Final will be broadcast LIVE on eGG Network TV.

FIFA 21 Global Series - East Asia Qualifiers 1

The season's first East Asia Qualifiers of the FIFA 21 Global Series will be broadcast LIVE on eGG Network this weekend (16 - 17 January) at 5PM daily.

E1 Championship - Round 8

The final round of the Asia-Pacific premier sim racing tournament reaches its first ever finale. Who will be the first ever E1 Championship winner? Be sure to find out firsthand next Thursday (21 January) at 10PM LIVE on eGG Network TV or Facebook.

Apex Legends Global Series: Winter Circuit

Online tournament #1 of the ALGS Winter Circuit will be available LIVE on eGG Network TV, 18 January at 6AM.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero

Expect a couple of teams to be swapping places in PMGC 2020's Super Weekend 2, after they finally upped their game in this week's League Play. A couple of new faces will be making their first appearances in the upcoming weekend, as well as some that will, unfortunately, be missing out on some crucial matches, most notably Team Secret MY. Will the newcomers be able to play catch up and compensate for last week's Super Weekend absence?

For a full recap: PMGC 2020 - All teams advancing to Super Weekend 2

Due to Super Weekend 1's Day 3 delay, the schedule for this week will differ from the usual timeline, with the replacement match day happening tonight (4 December) at 7 PM.

PMGC 2020 Super Weekend 2 will begin tomorrow (5 December) at 7 PM until Monday. Then, it's business as usual - League Play Week 3 will take place on 8 and 9 December. Catch the action LIVE on eGG Network, or you can opt for Twitch, YouTube and Facebook.

E1 Championship

Last night's Round 3 in Dubai Autodrome saw another top-seat change, with Mikko Nassi of Team Safehouse overtaking previous #1 driver, Stratos Motorsports' Naquib Azlan, who fell to second place. Ayman Aqeem of Resurgence is a mad lad in consistency, firmly gripping onto third place three weeks in a row, followed by teammate Mika Hakimi once again with a three-point difference.

Here's a refresher of Round 2: E1 Championship Pit Stop Recap - Revving up Round 3

The E1 Championship continues next Thursday (11 December) at 10PM, with the broadcast available LIVE on eGG Network TV and our Facebook page. E1 Championship Season Zero is organised by eGG Network as well, alongside Axle Esports and Astro, in partnership with RaceRoom and eRacing GP.

BLAST Premier Fall Final 2020

It's been more than a month since the start of the BLAST Premier Fall 2020, and it all comes down to this - the BLAST Premier Fall Final 2020. Eight of the best CS:GO teams remain in the European invitational, with Furia Esports and mousesports as the latest additions after conquering the BLAST Premier Fall Showdown 2020. With a US$425,000 prize pool and precious BLAST Premier points up for grabs, no squad will be holding back to reach the top seats and advance to the BLAST Premier Global Final 2020.

Take note that the timing here is in CET, instead of GMT +8.

Catch the BLAST Premier Fall Final 2020 from 9 - 14 December at 12AM, LIVE on eGG Network. Online viewers can opt for Twitch.

Other programmes on our channel:

OGA Dota PIT China - Season 4

Date: Group Stage | 4 - 7 December; Playoffs | 8 - 13 December. (Check out our TV Guide for the full schedule)

Where to watch: eGG Network (Astro CH800), or LIVE on Twitch.

Jalur 14

Date: Every Thursday, 9PM (eGG Network); every Sunday (Astro Awani), 10PM; or every Saturday from 5 December onwards, 7PM (Astro AEC)

Where to watch: eGG Network (Astro CH800), Awani (CH501), and AEC (CH346/306 HD).

More info: Heroes of Jalur 14 - Soloz

Jalur 14 is presented by eGG Network, Kementerian Belia dan Sukan Malaysia, Esports Integrated and Astro; and proudly sponsored by Yoodo, Predator, Zotac Gaming, and Suncycle.

The Nationals Season 2 - MLBB Conference

Date: Every weekend (5 and 6 December), and Wednesdays and Thursdays (8 and 9 December), at 4PM.

Where to watch: LIVE on eGG Network, plus The Nationals FB page.

Apex Legends Global Series: Autumn Circuit - Last chance qualifiers

Date: 8 December, 7.30AM.

Where to watch: LIVE on eGG Network, or the official Apex Legends Twitch and YouTube channels.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

Free Fire Continental Series 2020 Grand Finals

The stage is set for the FFCS 2020 Grand Finals, with the top 12 Free Fire teams finalised for all three series - the Americas, EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) and Asia. Will it be the directly-qualified apex predator teams taking the trophy and the US$80,000 champion's cash prize, or will the underdog Play-in squads survive long enough to surprise us? Whatever the outcome, you simply wouldn't find any better Free Fire action than the Free Fire Continental Series 2020.

Plus, Geek Fam will be the sole team to represent Malaysia on the world stage, after acquiring the champions of the Free Fire Tri-Nation Cup, NOXSCAPE. With a 38-point lead in the aforementioned series, the squad - led by Mohammad Akiq “Akiq” Akimi and comprises Haziq “Haziq” Daniel, Muhammad Hafiz “Apiz” Azhar, Muhammad “Shoyu” Aiman, and Noor Irfan “Raine” Haqeemy - have proven themselves to be more than capable of holding their own. So, be sure to support your fellow Malaysians this Sunday!

Stay in the know: Who will top the throne at FFCS 20 Asia? A Grand Finals team preview

The FFCS 2020 Grand Finals begins this Sunday (22 November), with the EMEA Series at 12AM, followed by the Americas at 1AM and finally, the Asia series at 3PM. Get your BOOYAH! on by catching them live on Facebook and YouTube.

PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero

It’s been refreshing to finally see both eastern and western teams facing off against each other after the past few months of regional-only tournaments. And based on the results of the weekdays, it looks like the two regions are evenly matched, with the above top 16 teams qualifying for PMGC 2020's first Super Weekend. All Southeast Asian teams managed to make the cut, as well as other powerhouses that were expected to make it this far, including world champions Bigetron RA and Futbolists.

For a full recap: PMGC S0 League Stage W1: Weekday Recap, Super Weekend Preview

PMGC 2020 Super Weekend commences tonight (27 November) at 7PM until this weekend, followed by a reset with the Super Weekend qualifiers on 1 and 2 December. eGG Network will be broadcasting the world series LIVE, or you can opt for Twitch, YouTube and Facebook to catch the action too.

E1 Championship

Last night's Round 2 took place in Shanghai, China, where Stratos Motorsports'/Malaysian representative Naquib Azlan overtook Round 1's leader, Mikko Nassi of Team Safehouse. Second runner-up, Ayman Aqeem of Resurgence, has been maintaining his composure, placing well enough to maintain his standing two weeks in a row, with his teammate Mike Hakimi following him closely at fourth.

Here's a refresher of Round 1: E1 Championship Pit Stop Recap - Gearing up for Round 2

The E1 Championship continues next Thursday (4 December) at 10PM, with the broadcast available LIVE on eGG Network TV and our Facebook page. E1 Championship Season Zero is organised by us too, along with Axle Esports and Astro, in partnership with RaceRoom and eRacing GP.

Other special programmes on our channel:

Jalur 14

Date: Every Thursday, 9PM (eGG Network); every Sunday (Astro Awani), 10PM; or every Saturday from 5 December onwards, 7PM (Astro AEC)
Where to watch: eGG Network (Astro CH800), Awani (CH501), and AEC (CH346/306 HD).

More info: 5 Reasons Why You Should Watch Jalur 14

Jalur 14 is presented by eGG Network, Kementerian Belia dan Sukan Malaysia, Esports Integrated and Astro; and proudly sponsored by Yoodo, Predator, Zotac Gaming, and Suncycle.

The Nationals Season 2 - MLBB Conference

Date: Every weekend, Wednesdays and Thursdays (28 and 29 November, 2 and 3 December), at 4PM.
Where to watch: LIVE on eGG Network, plus The Nationals FB page.

BLAST Premier Fall Showdown

Date: 25 - 30 November, 12AM.
Where to watch: LIVE on eGG Network, or Twitch.

Apex Legends Global Series: Autumn Circuit - Last chance qualifiers

Date: 8 December, 7.30AM.
Where to watch: LIVE on eGG Network, or the official Apex Legends Twitch and YouTube channels.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero

The world's biggest PUBG Mobile esports event is finally here! 24 top teams across the globe will be battling each other for fame and fortune, starting with the first phase of League Stage before the top 16 advances to the Grand Finals. With the largest PUBG Mobile total prize pool of US$2 million and the world's best team title on the line, expect nothing but the best PUBG Mobile action right here on PMGC 2020.

More info: All you need to know about PMGC 2020 so far

PMGC 2020 League Stage begins 24 November, with matches happening every Tuesday and Wednesday (Super Weekend qualifiers) and Friday to Sunday (Super Weekend). eGG Network will be broadcasting the international series LIVE, or you can opt for Twitch, YouTube and Facebook to catch the action too.

Free Fire Continental Series 2020

Such a fantastic week for mobile battle royale esports, with Garena's very own Free Fire reaching their own worldwide conclusion too, albeit split into three series: the Americas Series, EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) Series and Asia Series.

The wholly online tournament for the Asia series will pit the best Free Fire teams of Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Taiwan and Pakistan against each other. The champions of their respective national tournaments immediately qualify for the Grand Finals, whereas the second- and third-placed teams of all countries – except Taiwan and Pakistan, which will only send the runner-up team – will enter the Play-in first to for the top 5 spot and enter the finals.

As a treat for fans, Free Fire players will get to be part of the tournament by participating in the #UndefeatedSquad in-game event, where you can complete missions in squad mode, cheer for your team, prediction contests, and even watch the series in-game to earn limited-time rewards.

More info: Free Fire Continental Series 2020 returns this November with US$900,000 prize pool

FFCS 2020 Asia begins this Sunday (22 November) at 3PM with the Play-in, followed by the Finals the following Sunday (29 November) at the same time. Get your BOOYAH on by catching FFCS 2020 live on Facebook and YouTube.

E1 Championship

Organised by your eGGcellent friends eGG Network, Axle Esports and Astro, in partnership with RaceRoom and eRacing GP, the E1 Championship is a premier sim racing series where Asia Pacific's top virtual racers will reach other for the championship title, and the champion's share of the US$15,000 prize pool. Last night was the debut of the eight-week competition, which saw Singaporean Mikko Nassi of Team Safe house taking the top spot, with a 13-point lead ahead of Malaysia's Ayman Aqeem (Resurgence) and Naquib Azlan (Stratos Motorsports). Will Nassi be able to keep his composure and keep the throne to himself?

More info: Every racer competing in the E1 Championship

The E1 Championship continues next Thursday (26 November) at 10PM, with the broadcast available LIVE on - you guessed it! - eGG Network TV and our Facebook page.

Other LIVE tournaments on our channel:

The Nationals Season 2 - MLBB Conference

Date: Every weekends, Wednesdays and Thursdays (21 & 22, 25 & 26 November), at 4PM.
Where to watch: LIVE on eGG Network, plus The Nationals FB page.

BLAST Premier Fall Showdown

Date: 25 - 30 November, 12AM.
Where to watch: LIVE on eGG Network, or Twitch.

Apex Legends Global Series: Autumn Circuit - Regional Tournament #4

Date: 24 November, 7.30AM.
Where to watch: LIVE on eGG Network, or the official Apex Legends Twitch and YouTube channels.


Whether it's returning to Kings Canyon when night falls or playing in third-person, these limited-time game modes kick things up seven notches.

"Manners maketh (the) man," the dashing Colin Firth once said, before he went on to kick serious butts. Although mannerism isn't the focus in Apex Legends' latest themed event, the Grand Soirée Arcade Event promises to make up for it with an abundance of classy butt-kicking in a multitude of ways.

Set to begin on 14 Jan, the Grand Soirée Arcade Event boasts a wealth of limited-time content for players to savour. Apart from its smashing cosmetics (which you can get through challenges or purchases to gussy yourself up with), the main event of the, well, event, is its seven new game modes ramping up the battle royale fun. Each mode will last only two days, with challenges that differ between modes, so you can win those swanky limited-time cosmetics without getting bored.

Concrete details are scarce regarding these fine modes, but here's our take on what they are after watching the trailer:

Gold Rush Duos

It's old school Apex duos mode with a twist: only gold weapons can be found in the arena. Armours, helmets and ordnances can still be found, but the same can't be said for attachments - gold weapons come equipped with the best attachments possible.

Third-person Mode

Need we say more? It would be interesting - and possibly funny - to see how our favourite Legends move and strafe. Fingers crossed that the Legends' movement will be as fluid as its first-person view.

Armed and Dangerous: World's Edge

The sniper-and-shotgun-only mode makes a return, but instead of Kings Canyon, it will take place in Season 3's map, the World's Edge. If there's anything to go by from its run during Season 2's Voidwalker Event, only common armour and helmets will be available in small amounts, leaving you and everyone else open for kills.

Kings Canyon After Dark

The map that started it all is back! And this time, it will take place in the night, which is a mode that the Apex Legends community has requested for a while now. We're quite certain that its night setting is the only difference this mode has, with everything else retained as the game's classic mode.

Dummies Big Day

"This game ain't (going to) test itself" isn't much to go with, but we're guessing that this is a training mode of sorts, with live dummies as target practice. On the other hand, it could be akin to Call of Duty's famous zombie mode, where you survive waves of enemies with your camaraderie ... without the zombies.

Always Be Closing

"You snooze, you lose" couldn't be further from the truth here. Instead of closing periodically, this ring closes down on you without stopping, ever. And rumour has it that the ring inflicts huge damage, enough to scare the pants off you and make you run like your life depends on it (which it does).

Live. Die. Live.

Tired of waiting for your friends or randoms to respawn you? With this mode, you'll automatically respawn upon dying - the catch is that your teammates have to be alive long enough until you return to the arena, and it's only activated when the ring closes.

Despite the short duration of the event, the Grand Soirée Arcade Event modes are as fun as advertised, and will return as permanent modes in the near future. A fitting way to start the decade with the Roaring Twenties!

The Apex Legends Grand Soirée Arcade Event will be live from 14 Jan - 28 Jan. For more information, check out the event page here.

P.S. Did you know that Apex Legends is finally entering the professional esports arena? The Apex Legends Global Series will have a prize pool of more than US$3 mil (RM16.3 mil), with the first Major taking place from 13 - 15 March.

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