Fans of the West Coast rapper, Snoop Dogg will be excited to know the prolific rapper is now part of Call of Duty: Mobile. Garena announced today the details of its latest season, Radical Raid. While you won't be able to rap your enemies to death, you can look pretty fly filling them with bullets!
The update features a brand new character, map (Miami Strike), missions, and rewards for players to earn. Bringing players back to the 80s, the game will receive a facelift which will surely appease fans of the era.
In addition to the Snoop Dogg operator, gear, and signature weapon, the other new goodies include the MAC-10 weapon, Reactor Core operator skill; PPsh-41 feline fire submachine gun, Scarlett Rhodes - Gold Bullion for Ranked Series: Season 2; and further optimizations for performance across all modes, weapon updates and more.
Call of Duty: Mobile might not get that much buzz here but the competitive scene is alive and kicking, for those of you who are interested. The group stage of the Garena Masters, a tournament featuring the top sixteen teams from Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines; ended last month and the playoffs to wrap it up will be taking place this weekend.
The remaining teams will be duking it out in a double-elimination, best-of-five format to win their cut of the USD 25,000 prize pool and championship title. Here are the 8 teams left in the playoffs.
Looks like there’s potential for a spicy final weekend, depending on whether the teams show up. Make sure you mark your calendars for 12-13 March, 3 PM (GMT+8) onwards, and tune in to Facebook SG/MY, PH, YouTube or Twitch to catch the matches live! More info.
Call of Duty: Mobile fans would undoubtedly be excited by the return of the world-renowned COD: Mobile World Championship 2021, but that's not all there is to it - they can even sign up for the globe-trotting and stand a chance to win the colossal S$2 million prize pool! Better to sign up and have a minuscule chance of winning than none at all, right?
There are four stages in the international tournament format:
Players have to compete in 10 qualifying ranked matches and earn 60 points to advance to Stage 2 and points can be earned during eligible weekends only. So, if you're going to compete with your friends, they'd have to do the same individually.
As long as you and your friends earned 60 points during Stage 1, you can form a team of five or six in Stage 2. Teams would need to win as many games as possible in up to 30 ranked matches and earn points with each victory. The top 8 teams with the highest points will qualify for Stage 3.
Stage 3 serves as the local qualifier, adopting a double elimination best-of-five format. The champions and first runner-ups will then represent Malaysia in Stage 4, the Garena Region Playoffs.
The top 2 teams from six local qualifiers will battle for the championship podium and be the sole squad to represent the Garena Region in the COD: Mobile World Championship 2021.
Players can also earn Epic blueprints each week during Stage 1 and Stage 2, as well as special Epic Operators that were designed by global influencers Hawksnest, iFerg and Bobby Plays - make sure to play 10 ranked matches in Stage 1 and 30 ranked matches in Stage 2 to win these exclusive goodies.
If you're interested to sign up, simply look for the COD: Mobile World Championship 2021 banner in the game lobby. Registered players will receive the Epic in-game reward “2021 Competitor Frame” too. Registration opens next Monday (5 July).
COD: Mobile World Championship 2021 is presented by Sony. Stay tuned for more information on the official social channels of Garena COD Mobile. Wanna know what it's like to go pro in COD: Mobile? Check out our article about how COD: Mobile esports works!
12 teams remain in the Playoffs! Alas, Malaysia's Berjaya Dragons and Geek Fam Wild Rift didn't make the cut, with the top 3 of each group advancing to the three-day finale. Who will be the one walking away with the champion's share of the US$150,000 prize pool and bragging rights as the best Wild Rift team in SEA?
Catch the SEA Icon Series Summer Super Cup Playoffs from today onwards (25 - 27 June), at 1.30PM daily. The regional tournament will be broadcast LIVE on eGG Network TV, as well as ESL Facebook and YouTube.
The third edition of the international Arena of Valor World Cup continues, with Group Stage reaching its conclusion this Sunday. Who will be the final four teams to qualify for the Knockout Stage and bag the lion's share of the US$500,000?
AWC 2021 Group Stage resumes today onwards (25 - 27 June) at 1PM daily, followed by the Quarterfinals (30 June - 4 July), Semifinals (10 - 11 July) and the Grand Finals on 18 July. The AoV series is available for watching on Facebook and YouTube, in five languages - English, Bahasa Indonesia, Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese.
The major Call of Duty: Mobile battle royale tournament continues with the Garena Invitational Battle Royale 2021 (GIBR 2021). Vagabonds Esports are currently in the lead despite winning zero matches, an impressive feat thanks to their high kill volume and consistent top placement points.
Dates: 25 June, 2PM (Solo); 26 - 27 June, 12.30PM (Squad).
Where to watch: PUBG Mobile Facebook.
*All times listed are in GMT +8.
The next level of the SEA Icon Series Summer Super Cup is here! The top 2 teams of each SEA country's Wild Rift league - totaling up to 16 squads - will be facing off over the US$150,000 total prize pool and the coveted title as the best Wild Rift esports team in the region. Malaysia's Berjaya Dragons and Geek Fam Wild Rift will be competing too, so be sure to support them!
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?
Arena of Valor esports fans are in for a treat, with AWC 2021 returning for its third edition after being cancelled last year due to the pandemic. The online-only competition will pit 16 of the mightiest teams across the globe clashing over the US$500,000 prize pool, along with the championship title.
AWC 2021 begins with Group Stage (19 - 27 June), followed by the Quarterfinals (30 June - 4 July) and Semifinals (10 - 11 July) before the Grand Finals arrive on 18 July. The AoV series is available for watching on Facebook and YouTube, in five languages - English, Bahasa Indonesia, Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese.
A major Call of Duty: Mobile battle royale tournament has finally arrived with the Garena Invitational Battle Royale 2021 (GIBR 2021). 24 apex teams from six regions in Southeast Asia will be gunning for the US$10,000 in a span of two match days, as well as the solo award of Kill Leader.
Catch GIBR 2021 on 19 and 26 June (Saturdays) from 1PM onwards, and will be available in English, Indonesian, Mandarin, Thai. Watch the regional invitational on CoD Mobile Facebook (Malaysia and Philippines) and YouTube.
Dates: 18 June, 6.30PM.
Where to watch: eGG Network FB.
Dates: 18 June, 2PM (Solo); 19 - 20 June, 12.30PM (Squad).
Where to watch: PUBG Mobile Facebook.
*All times listed are in GMT +8.
The international Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship 2021 is back, bigger and more exciting than ever! The Sony-sponsored global event will be pitting the world's best COD Mobile players and granting them a shot at their share of its total prize pool, valued at more than a whopping US$2 million. It's double the amount of last year's COD Mobile World Championship!
COD Mobile World Championship 2021 is open to all eligible players all over the globe, running in multiple stages based on their region. Kicking things off will be the Garena Qualifiers, which will begin sometime in July. More details will be unveiled soon.