The Playoffs for the elite championship of Mobile Legends Bang Bang Professional League Invitational 4 Nation Cup (MPLI) is finally here! It's an Indonesian invasion in the final phase, with the likes of RRQ.Hoshi, EVOS Legends and ONIC Esports making it this far. However, the sole representatives of Myanmar (Burmese Ghouls), Singapore (Resurgence) and Malaysia (Geek Fam) aren't far behind either. Who will claim the title as the top MLBB esports team in the region?
PUBG Mobile esports goes global this season with the arrival of the PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) Season Zero Spring Split 2020 East League. Boasting a whopping prize pool of US$425,000, 20 of the world's best Eastern teams (including SEA!) will undergo two tournament phases before reaching the Finals: the Opening Weekend first determines every team's group stage placements, before participants have to maintain a top 16 position in League Play to advance to the finale. With Yoodo Gank, Team Secret, Bigetron RA and King of Gamers Club part of the fray, no sane PUBG Mobile esports fan would want to miss the big leagues!
The PMWL 2020 East begins 10 July with the Opening Weekend, followed by three weeks of League Play and a three-day Finals that concludes on 9 August. The PMWL 2020 East tournament stream will be broadcast online on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page and on eGG Network TV, stay tuned for more details.
The regional battle of Dota 2, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and PUBG Mobile continues in the Razer SEA Invitational 2020. With the top national teams of Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam duking it our for the championship title, you wouldn't want to miss the high octane esports thrills of titans clashing.
The full schedule of the Razer SEA Invitational is available on the official website, with the earliest match kicking off today (3 July) at 4PM. The tournament will be broadcast live on Twitch, YouTube and SISTIC Live.
Is it our imagination, or is this a terrific week for MOBA esports fans? Dota 2 isn't waiting on the sidelines, as Season 2 of the OGA Dota PIT 2020 China continues its group stage today. Eight of the best Chinese Dota 2 teams will face off to win not only the lion's share of the US$90,000 prize pool, but also bragging rights as the best Dota 2 team in the nation.
The OGA Dota PIT 2020 Season 2 China began on July 1 and will conclude on July 10, with the LIVE action available on Twitch. The Playoffs (6 - 10 July) will also be available on eGG Network TV. For more info, check out the Dota PIT Facebook page or their official website.
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