EVOS Esports has been one of the biggest mainstays of the SEA esports scene, with teams in multiple games across many different countries, so it comes as no surprise when they announced the launch of their brand new training facility for players, the EVOS Integrated Training Facility (ITF). Heralded as a training infrastructure for pro players, the EVOS ITF is equipped with various supporting facilities for pro player activities, such as team building rooms, streaming rooms, gaming rooms, and leisure areas to provide comfort for pro players.

With this ITF, EVOS is signifying its commitment to encourage the growth of the esports industry in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. With this new facility, it looks like EVOS players are going to have a ball of a time whenever they need to boot camp or train for upcoming tournaments. EVOS ITF itself is located on the 1st floor of One Belpark Mall in South Jakarta with an area of 765m2, and consists of 18 rooms including a lobby, guest area, office, team building room, streaming room, conference room, leisure area and pantry.

There's no mention of ITFs in the other countries with EVOS teams yet, but it wouldn't be out of the question in the future. Not to mention, there's plenty of room for EVOS teams to practice in the Jakarta ITF in the meantime. If you want to take a look at the facility, they've put up a virtual tour on their website, and it looks pretty good.

If you're wondering where Sir_Cloud has been, look no further! EVOS Malaysia made an official announcement today that the multi-roled coach/caster/analyst/talent is now officially part of their PUBG Mobile squad, EVOS VIP! Andrew "Sir_Cloud" Cheong, a staple of Malaysia's mobile esports scene for some time now, has found a new home after coaching Damansara Flash Vision during PMPL MYSG S3 earlier this year.

EVOS VIP finished at a commendable 5th place at PMPL MYSG S3, so it'll be interesting to see what Sir_Cloud can bring to the table for the upcoming season. Can he unlock the squad's full potential and help them touch the sky? We'll have to wait and see. In the mean time, check out the fancy welcome video that was prepared for him:

We've got an upcoming interview piece with Sir_Cloud and a special piece with his advice, so look forward to that in the coming weeks by staying tuned to eGG Network!

It's a day of twists and turns for PUBG Mobile esports Malaysia; well, just two, but still enough to feel certain emotions. Hours after Sean “InSomnus” Tee Yau Terng was announced to leave Team Whales today, the scouter pulled a switcharoo as EVOS ViP revealed that he has joined the white tigers as their latest member, in the best way possible - a wacky video!

"We were looking for a high firepower, frontline player, and InSomnus ticked all of the boxes we had," said team manager Andrew "AurOra" Chen, adding that he's also an experienced player with decent performance in the last PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore (PMPL MY/SG Season 3). "He has an ability to gather the players together in-game, that’s his contribution to the team’s dynamic. Also, he’s a real try-hard (a compliment actually)."

Admittedly, the Facebook Gaming Creator (yes, InSomnus streams too) initially wasn't at the top of the list, but he was already friends of the EVOS ViP squad prior to joining (LUXXY98 played PC games with him and his former teammates) - he even contacted them directly to try out for the vacant spot. "From the first match he played with us, I was impressed that he bonded so well with the team," AurOra exclaimed. "It felt like he was already with us for a long time, which makes him different from the other candidates."


An extra member in any esports team would undoubtedly leave some players out of the battlefield, so why did they bring InSomnus on board as a sixth member? "We want to introduce healthy competition among themselves," said the team manager, joking with his analyst (to be revealed!) that they should pit them against each other in Team Deathmatch mode, with the top 4 performers playing in the day's matches (of course not). At the end of the day, "everyone here is a good player. Any player combination has its perks, and it's a major headache wondering how to dispatch."

That's one headache that's bittersweet, though definitely on the sweeter side. EVOS ViP's firepower has proven to be much more explosive last season, placing in the top 5 of PMPL MY/SG Season 3, and with InSomnus on board, there's definitely more gunpowder in the team now to go kaboom (in a good way).

"Right now, we are working our way up with our training schedule and regime, perfecting our gameplay step by step, day by day," said AurOra. "I have the utmost confidence in our team for the upcoming PMPL MY/SG Season 4. #EVOSROAR!"

“When you are not practicing, remember, someone somewhere is practicing, and when you meet him, he will win.”

Bjergsen, TSM coach, ex-midlaner.
(left to right) InSomnus, Razor and AurOra dancing to budget version of Rickroll.

Be sure to follow EVOS ViP on Facebook and Instagram for more updates on the Malaysian PUBG Mobile squad.

Wonder how an aggressive PUBG Mobile team make their rotations? InSomnus shared his insights on how his previous squad Team Whales did just that during PMPL MY/SG Season 3.

Told in a snicker-worthy Paranormal Activity-turned-thriller video, Southeast Asia's leading esports organisation, EVOS Esports, has revealed that they've recruited some of Malaysia's most prominent gaming talents into their league - Facebook Gaming streamer Fattah “FattahZie” Zakaria, and shoutcasters Azrul "J Hunter" Anwar and Aaron “Qontra” Chan.

This surprise announcement happened over the weekend, and was unveiled on Facebook and YouTube. To elaborate further, FattahZie and J Hunter are EVOS Esports' latest brand ambassadors, while Qontra will be taking on a more managerial role as Head of Talent in Malaysia and Singapore, to handle partnerships and talent recruitment.

It's star-studded addition for EVOS Esports. FattahZie has been streaming video games for around two years, with a 550,000-strong fan base on Facebook that has been entertained endlessly by his streams of PUBG Mobile, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and various PC games. And J Hunter is a veteran in the scene as well, starting out as a Street Fighter V professional player before progressing to podcasts and informative gaming livestreams, along with shoutcasting tournaments like the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero (PMGC 2020) and the PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore (PMPL MY/SG).

Finally, Qontra was an Operations Manager for another esports organisation RSG, and even worked at Astro, Battle Arena Malaysia & Convergys prior to this. A shoutcaster for four years and counting, he had the privilege of shoutcasting multiple high-profile tournaments that include M2 MLBB World Championship, Free Fire World Cup 2019 and the PMCO Global Finals 2019 (PUBG Mobile Club Open) Prelims.

Follow EVOS Esports on Facebook, YouTube and Instagram to stay in the know of this triumphant trio.

Another prospective individual emerges into the esports business world after an eventful professional playing career. EVOS Esports has appointed its former professional Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) player, Stefan Chong aka EVOS.Soul, as its Business Development Lead for EVOS Esports in Singapore. 

The esports organization will continue investing in Singapore’s esports industry by way of its MLBB team, EVOS SG, and their continued representation at national and international esports tournaments. Said team will be participating in the upcoming MLBB Professional League 2021 (MPL Singapore) with a new roster and have expressed confidence in emerging as champions in the upcoming season. 

At the age of 26, Stefan will be leading the organization’s business development initiatives in Singapore, where he will be tasked with engaging stakeholders for running day-to-day operations. These stakeholders include brands, government agencies, and the gaming publisher and developer of MLBB, MOONTON Games. 

Prior to this, he has always been proficient at balancing his studies while gaming. Stefan holds a diploma in Aerospace Technology with Ngee Ann Polytechnic and has taken up a degree in Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Engineering at the Singapore Institute of Technology. He was also part of the EVOS SG team that represented Singapore against the world's best MLBB players during the recent M2 World Championship, which was hosted in January 2021 in Singapore. Stefan has also represented Singapore’s esports team at the SEA Games 2019 in the Philippines.

Stefan (second from left) sharing a light moment with his teammates when they won MPL MYSG Season 4.

“I am thankful to the fans for supporting me in my esports career thus far, and am grateful to Ivan and the senior leadership team for their trust in me as I spearhead EVOS Esports’ business development efforts in Singapore,” expressed Stefan Chong, EVOS Esports’ (Singapore) Business Development Lead. 

“Stefan is a great role model and a testament to the positive impact that EVOS Esports has brought to the esports industry in Singapore; a student turned professional player and now appointed as our Business Development Lead to spearhead EVOS Esports initiatives in the country,” said Ivan Yeo, EVOS Esports’ Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer. “His deep insights on the esports eco-system will be highly valuable as we engage with brands and government agencies to elevate esports to the next level.”

We wish Stefan and EVOS Esports all the best moving forward. Don't forget to tune in to MPL SG and catch the all-new EVOS SG roster in action when the Regular Season starts! 

EVOS Esports are truly pulling out all the stops to be the next big deal in the PUBG Mobile esports sphere, evidenced by their signing of Microboy, a former member of Bigetron RA, last Friday. However, more surprises came from the Indonesian esports organisation, as they also confirmed adding two more experienced PUBG Mobile pros to their roster - Eksarachman "Redface" Jayanto and Sabda Bisma "Auro" Bawaleksana of ION Esports.

The two of them possess more than a year of experience in the mobile battle royale esports scene. In ION Esports, their most recent achievement is getting the runner-up spot in the PUBG Mobile Professional League Indonesia (PMPL-ID) Fall Split league season, and Redface won the championship title with ION Esports at the latest PUBG Mobile Indonesia National Championship (PINC 2020).

Plus, Auro used to be a part of the EVOS Esports roster from 2018 up until early last year to join ION Esports, but not before reigning supreme as the champions of PINC 2019. Looks like he'll be returning to his roots to revamp his skills and contribute to his original team with new experience and elevated skills.

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