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SEA Game Awards 2021

A night of awards for game developers and performances from some of your favourite artists in the region. It's going to be an event to remember!

Date and Time: 19 November, 8 PM

Where to Watch: eGG Network TVFacebook, TikTok

eGG Network 5th Anniversary Rocket League Charity Showmatch

A conclusion to our 5th Anniversary celebrations, this Rocket League Charity Showmatch will be used to raise funds for Rumah Kanak-Kanak (RKK) Rembau, Negeri Sembilan. There will be tons of prizes we'll be giving out throughout the event, so make sure you tune in!

Date and Time: 20 November, 12 PM

Where to Watch: eGG Network TV and Facebook

Wild Rift: Horizon Cup

We're down to the final 6 teams this weekend to decide who will win the Horizon Cup. Will it be China's DKG or TTG? What about SEA's SBTC and Secret? Or will it be Korea's Rolster Y or Japan's Sengoku Gaming? Only one way to find out. All you need to know.

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Free Fire Asia Championship 2021

The Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 is finally here! Starting this weekend will be the play-ins, where the two groups of 12 teams will be fighting for a spot at the grand finals.  The top two from each group and the best 3rd placed team will qualify for the finals the following week. Let's go Malaysia!

Date and Time: 20-21 November, 6 PM

Where to Watch: YouTube, Facebook

Red Bull M.E.O. Season 4

Red Bull's Mobile Esports Open's regional finals will take place this weekend, so if you've been itching for some PUBG Mobile action, you won't want to miss out!

Date and Time: 21 November, 2 PM

Where to Watch: eGG Network TV, Twitch, Facebook

Top Clans Winter Stage 2021

Top Clans is back to close out the year with the Winter Stage! Starting off the event will be Naraka: Bladepoint.

Date and Time: 24-28 November, 1 PM

Where to Watch: eGG Network TV, YouTube, Twitch

U Mobile MLCC

Which will be the best college/university Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team in Malaysia?

Date and Time: 20-21 November, 10 AM

Where to Watch: Facebook

Arcane

Arcane continues this weekend with Act Three. Don't forget to join our Nixie Device giveaway!

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Where to Watch: Netflix

Esports Awards 2021

Date and Time: 21 November, 10 AM

Where to Watch: eGG Network TV, Twitch

Blast Premier Fall Final

Another chance to catch Major winners, Na'Vi in action! Can they repeat their previous victory? More info.

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Where to Watch: eGG Network TV, Twitch, YouTube

All dates and times are in GMT +8

After giving us a sneak preview of their upcoming animated series back in May, Riot Games/Netflix have released the official trailer for Arcane, and boy does it look jaw-droppingly amazing! Check it out here:

In addition to the official trailer, we have a release date for Arcane - 6th November, shortly after the grand finals of League of Legends Worlds 2021! If you think you didn't have enough LoL content to keep you occupied in November, this should rectify that.

Based on the world behind League of Legends, Arcane dives into the delicate balance between the rich city of Piltover and the seedy underbelly of Zaun. Known across Runeterra as the “city of progress,” many of the most brilliant minds call these cities home. But the creation of hextech, a way for any person to control magical energy, threatens that balance. While Arcane holds the backstories of League of Legends champions, the series is designed to stand on its own as a complex world filled with moral decisions, breathtaking animation and suspenseful storytelling.

The series will be released in three acts, with three episodes per act. The first act will be focused on Jinx and Vi, sisters in the game's lore. Details of the other acts haven't been revealed, but based on the cast list, you can guess which characters will be making an appearance. Act two will be released on 13 November, and the final act on 20 November.

Arcane will be streaming on Netflix globally, 6th November, don't forget to tune in!

League of Legends fans who were jealous about Dota 2's animated series, Dragon's Blood that came out in March will be pleased to know that they won't have to stay that way much longer. Riot Games and Netflix announced today the launch of Arcane, a new animated series set in the LoL universe. It is Riot Games' television debut, and probably the first of many to come.

The series will be animated by Fortiche Productions, whom some of you will be familiar with - they're the folks behind a lot of Riot Games' LoL promotional animations as well as the music video for K/DA - POP/STARS, so the show will be in good hands. Despite being only 18 seconds long, the teaser gives us a taste of what to expect - Vi, Jinx, seem to be some of the main stars, and we get a look at the world of Piltover and Zaun. For hardcore lore fans, we're sure there's a lot more to be gleaned from the video, you can check it out below:

No word on the exact release date, but knowing how Netflix promos are usually handled, we shouldn't have to wait too long before we can watch the series. Anybody excited to see their favourite LoL characters come to life?

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