Team Flash, a Southeast Asian organization known for its Arena of Valor, League of Legends, Free Fire, FIFA Online, PUBG Mobile, and Wild Rift teams, announced yesterday the signing of two new squads - one for e-racing, and another for Brawl Stars.

Team Flash Brawl Stars:

The Brawl Stars team will be attempting to qualify for the world championship through the regional qualifiers that Supercell have been hosting for the past few months. CoupDeAce, Response and JayKay were part of PSG Esports that won the 2020 Brawl Stars Championship, so this year they will be trying to defend the title competing under Team Flash.


The e-racing team will be taking part in the upcoming E1 Championship Season One that will be broadcasted on eGG Network TV. Aleef is said to be an accomplished sim racer, with a total of 10 championships under his belt in the past two years - it's going to be interesting to see what he brings to the table in the upcoming tournament. Will Flash be able to dethrone Stratos Motorsports? Only one way to find out. Tune in for E1 Championship Season One next week!

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The standards for mobile esports just got higher. One of the world's most reputable electronic sport company, ESL Gaming, has extended the reach of its mobile esports ecosystem (ESL Mobile) beyond North America and Europe, with the Asia-Pacific - yes, that includes Southeast Asia - and MENA (Middle East/North Africa) regions joining its ranks, totalling up to more than 80 countries eligible for ESL Mobile.

Mobile esports titles that will be featured in ESL Mobile, includes:

Two ESL Mobile seasons will take place this year, with the ESL Mobile Spring 2021 making its worldwide debut in April. Each season comprises two stages: the ESL Mobile Open and the all-new ESL Mobile Challenge.

The ESL Mobile Open will be open to public, regardless of your skills. Anyone can compete in the aforementioned mobile titles, as they battle through two phases and two more play-ins to advance to the next stage, the ESL Mobile Challenge. The second stage will pit the best Open players against invited top-tier teams in standard regular-season-to-finals format, not to mention that it'll be broadcast all over the world. Season 1 will be adopting an online-only format, but the Finals will be held live at the world's biggest esports events.

And finally, ESL Mobile will allow players to win a share of the whopping US$650,000 prize pool.

Here are the competition dates:

Visit esl.gg/mobile for more information, and you can follow ESL on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Catch the ESL Mobile live broadcasts on Twitch and YouTube.

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