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League of Legends World Championship 2020

The main event finally begins! The Play-ins saw Team Liquid, PSG Talon, LGD Gaming, and Unicorns Of Love reaching the top, joining their worthy adversaries by qualifying for the Group Stage. However, that was just the start - the real battle between the best League of Legends teams is about to commence!

The Worlds 2020 Group Stage will be broadcast LIVE on eGG Network, from tomorrow until next Sunday (3 - 11 October). For more information on Worlds 2020, check out the Leaguepedia page.

More info: Live on eGG - 2020 LoL World Championship Play-Ins

Top Clans 2020

We've just had the Top Clans 2020 appetisers with two group stage days for Rules of Survival, and now, it's onwards to Dota 2 and Marvel Super War! With a US$85,000 total prize pool on the line, don't miss out on more MOBA esports action by checking out Top Clans 2020.

Catch the Top Clans 2020 telecasts on eGG Network (Astro CH800) from today (2 October) onwards at 4PM - be sure to check out our TV guide for a detailed rundown on the broadcast schedule. You can also watch the action live on the Top Clans 2020 Facebook page.

More info: Top Clans 2020 return 25 September with US$85,000 prize pool and four new esports titles

The Nationals Season 2 - Dota 2 Conference

After crowning AK as the first two-time Tekken 7 Conference champion last weekend, it's time we witness the Dota 2 Conference of The Nationals! The Philippines' best Dota 2 teams will be facing off for the PHP500,000 champions cash prize, with the first phase of group stage adopting a double round-robin format before the Top 4 advance to the Playoffs.

The Nationals Season 2 - Dota 2 Conference group stage begins this weekend (3 and 4 October), with its broadcast available on eGG Network and The Nationals FB. Check out our TV guide for our telecast broadcast schedule of the Filipino tournament.

All the MPLs to catch this week:

MPL-MY/SG Season 6 (Week 6)

(Image credit: MLBB Facebook)

Date: 2 - 4 October, 3PM.
Where to watcheGG Network FB.
More info: MPL-MY/SG website.

Related: MPL-MY/SG S6 Midseason Recap

MPL-PH Season 6 (Week 7)

(Image credit: MLBB Esports Facebook)

Date: 2 October, 6PM; 3 - 4 October, 4.30PM.
Where to watchMLBB Facebook (Tagalog and English).
More info: MPL-PH website.

MPL-ID Season 6 (Week 8)

(Image credit: MPL-ID Facebook)

Date: 2 October, 4.30PM; 3 October, 1PM; and 4 October, 4.30PM.
Where to watch: MPL-ID FB.
More info: MPL-ID website.

Top Clans 2020

Top Clans 2020 is back, bigger and better than ever for its second edition. The largest Rules of Survival tournament has since expanded to include other esports titles: Dota 2Marvel Super War and Tekken 7. The US$85,000 total prize pool will be split between each game, with US$20,000 allotted to all of them except Tekken 7, which will instead feature a US$5,000 prize pool.

Catch the Top Clans 2020 telecasts on eGG Network (Astro CH800) from 29 September onwards - be sure to check out our TV guide for a detailed rundown on the broadcast schedule. You can also watch the action live on the Top Clans 2020 Facebook page from today (25 September) onwards.

More info: Top Clans 2020 return 25 September with US$85,000 prize pool and four new esports titles

League of Legends World Championship 2020

Worlds 2020 has finally arrived! The best LoL teams across the globe will battle it out for the world championship title, with the international series being split into two stages: the Play-In and the Main Event. The former will kick off Worlds 2020 with a six-day phase that will determine the top four teams advancing to the Main Event, joining twelve other teams who are apex players of their respective leagues.

The Worlds 2020 Play-In will be broadcast LIVE on eGG Network, beginning today (25 September). For more information on Worlds 2020, check out the Leaguepedia page.

More info: Live on eGG - 2020 LoL World Championship Play-Ins

OGA Dota PIT Season 3: Europe/CIS - Playoffs

The best of the best European and CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) Dota 2 teams have finally been decided, with the remaining six teams still in the running for the championship title of the OGA Dota PIT Season 3. It's now down to Team Secret, Alliance, Team Liquid, VP.Prodigy, Natus Vincere and OG, so you can expect an explosive finish to this Dota 2 regional competition.

The OGA Dota Pit Season 3 Europe/CIS Playoffs continues tonight and tomorrow (25 - 26 September). The stream will be broadcast LIVE on eGG Network (check out our TV guide for the detailed schedule), and Twitch for online users.

Sembang Game

Brought to you by the Ministry of Youth & Sports, Esports Integrated (ESI) and eGG Network, Sembang Game is a TV talk show featuring extensive interviews with some of the most prominent figures in Malaysia’s gaming scene, as they share career stories, insights on the industry and play some games while they're at it. Next week, we'll be joining hosts Jaasuzuran and Intanserah as they take a dive into the world of Esports, and explore behind-the-scenes of the biggest esports tournament organizers and talent agencies in Malaysia. The guests of the week include Kevin Wong of Wulf Esports, Leon Lee of IO Esports, Michelle Low from Agrimind and Fazli Razak of Gamesbond.

Sembang Game will be broadcast weekly every Tuesday, 10PM on Astro Arena (CH801 and 802); and every Thursday, 9PM on eGG Network (CH800). Follow eGG Network on Facebook for more updates on the show!

PMPL MY/SG Season 2 Grand Finals

The moment Malaysian/Singaporean PUBG Mobile esports fans have been waiting for - the PMPL MY/SG Season 2 Grand Finals! The top 16 teams will be battling it out for the much-coveted top 2 spots and secure their entry into the prestigious PMPL SEA Finals 2020 Fall Split.

The PMPL MY/SG Season 2 Grand Finals commences today (25 September) at 3PM, until Sunday at the same time. You can watch the action LIVE on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page.

Related: PMPL MY/SG S2 - League Season Recap to Prepare For Grand Finals

Other huge tournaments to watch:

The Nationals Season 2 - Tekken 7 Conference (Playoffs)

Date: 26 September, 2PM.
Where to watch: The Nationals FB & eGG Network TV.

MPL-MY/SG Season 6 (Week 5)

Date: 25 – 27 September, 3PM.
Where to watcheGG Network FB.
More info: MPL-MY/SG website.

Related: MPL-MY/SG S6 Midseason Recap

MPL-PH Season 6 (Week 6)

Date: 25 September, 6PM; 26 – 27 September, 4.30PM.
Where to watchMLBB Facebook (Tagalog and English).
More info: MPL-PH website.

MPL-ID Season 6 (Week 7)

Date: 25 September, 4.30PM; 26 September, 2PM; and 27 September, 4.30PM.
Where to watch: MPL-ID FB.
More info: MPL-ID website.

MPL-ID Season 6

Three more weeks to go! The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Indonesia (MPL-ID) currently sees ONIC Esports at the top for the second week in a row - they may have lost 0-2 against RRQ Hoshi, but their 2-0 win over Aurafire made up for it. Alter Ego are just one point behind the top dogs, having won two matches against Geek Fam (2-0) and Bigetron Alpha (2-1). Will there be a new leading team after this week?

MPL-ID Season 6 Week 6 runs LIVE today (18 September) 4.30PM until Sunday (20 September) on eGG Network, check out our TV guide for the full schedule. If you prefer an online viewing, you can watch it on Facebook as well. You can refer to the official MPL-ID website for detailed info on the tournament.

League of Legends World Championship 2020

Worlds 2020 has finally arrived! The best LoL teams across the globe will battle it out for the world championship title, with the international series being split into two stages: the Play-In and the Main Event. The former will kick off Worlds 2020 with a six-day phase that will determine the top four teams advancing to the Main Event, joining twelve other teams who are apex players of their respective leagues.

The Worlds 2020 Play-In will be broadcast LIVE on eGG Network, beginning next Friday (25 September). For more information on Worlds 2020, check out the Leaguepedia page.

Related: LoL 2020 World Championship Starts 25/9 in Shanghai

The Nationals Season 2 - Tekken 7 Conference

One of the most revered esports tournament in the Philippines continues its Tekken 7 leg, with the country's best e-fighters battling it out for the championship title. The two best players of the country, Doujin and AK, have been performing spectacularly as expected, but Vermilion currently seems to be a strong contender for the throne as well. Will there be a new top Tekken 7 player in the Philippines this season?

The Nationals Tekken 7 Conference group stage concludes this weekend (19 and 20 September), with its broadcast available on eGG Network and The Nationals FB. Check out our TV guide for the broadcast schedule of the Filipino e-fighting series.

OGA Dota PIT Season 3: Europe/CIS

10 of the best European and CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) Dota 2 teams have been invited once again to compete in Season 3 of the OGA Dota PIT. Featuring a US$175,000 total prize pool on the line, the Dota 2 tournament begins with a closed qualifiers to determine the top two teams progressing to the Playoffs before the finale ensues. With the likes of Nigma and Team Secret as part of the lineup, any sane Dota 2 fan wouldn’t want to miss out on some top-notch esports action.

The OGA Dota Pit Season 3 for Europe/CIS will run from 20 - 21 September for the group stage qualifiers, with the Playoffs happening on 23, 25 and 26 September. The stream will be broadcast LIVE on eGG Network (check out our TV guide for the detailed schedule), and Twitch for online users.

Sembang Game

Brought to you by the Ministry of Youth & Sports, Esports Integrated (ESI) and eGG Network, Sembang Game is a TV talk show featuring extensive interviews with some of the most prominent figures in Malaysia’s gaming scene, as they share career stories, insights on the industry and play some games while they're at it. Next week's episode centers around the topic Women in Esports, where hosts Jaasuzuran and Intanserah will be joined by a special line-up - MissRose, Sabrina Zainal, Fiera Fendi and Suki Lee of Gamebond - as they share what's it like being females in an industry that has been progressive ever-so-slowly for gender diversity.

Sembang Game will be broadcast weekly every Tuesday, 10PM on Astro Arena (CH801 and 802); and every Thursday, 9PM on eGG Network (CH800). Follow eGG Network on Facebook for more updates on the show!

Other huge tournaments to watch:

PMPL MY/SG Season 2 Grand Finals

Date: 25 - 27 September.
Where to watch: PUBG Mobile FB.
More info: PMPL MY/SG Season 2 website.

Related: Top 16 teams entering the Grand Finals

MPL-MY/SG Season 6 (Week 4)

Date: 18 - 20 September, 3PM.
Where to watch: eGG Network FB.
More info: MPL-MY/SG website.

MPL-PH Season 6

Date: 18 September, 6PM; 19 - 20 September, 4.30PM.
Where to watch: MLBB Facebook (Tagalog and English).
More info: MPL-PH website.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

MPL-ID Season 6

We're more than halfway through the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Indonesia (MPL-ID), with Week 5 commencing today. ONIC Esports managed to take back the throne after defeating Bigetron Alpha mercilessly 2-0, tying the runner-up with Alter Ego who share the same points, albeit with a slight advantage in win rate. Aurafire's defeat 1-2 at the hands of the previous season's champions, RRQ Hoshi, granted the latter a two-seat boost up the ladder, bringing them ever so closely to the top they very much desire.

MPL-ID Season 6 Week 5 runs today (11 September) 4.30PM until Sunday (13 September), with the broadcast available live on eGG Network TV. If you prefer an online viewing, you can watch it on Facebook too. You can check out the official MPL-ID website for detailed info on the tournament too.

MPL-MY/SG Season 6

As Bon Jovi once sang, "Ohh! We're halfway there!", which is the case for MPL-MY/SG Season 6. After trumping Team Bosskurr 2-0 and EVOS SG 2-1 last week, Red Reborn have since taken over the mantle as the current top dogs. With Todak and Season 5 champions, Resurgence, right behind them, will they be able to keep their head in the game and maintain the hot seat? With the US$100,000 prize pool at stake, they better!

MPL-MY/SG Season 6 continues today at 3PM, with matches happening every Friday to Sunday. Catch the action LIVE on the eGG Network Facebook page. You can also get more info on the official MPL-MY/SG website.

MPL-PH Season 6

The fourth midway week of the Mobile Legends Bang Bang Professional League Philippines (MPL-PH) is finally here. It's usually a revolving door of opportunities in esports, with Aura PH once again leading the charge in Group A with 11 points. Over in Group B, leaders Bren Esports have been doing extremely well with their sizzling hot five-match winning streak.

MPL-PH Season 6 Regular Season continues today at 6PM, with the weekend matches beginning at 4.30PM daily. Witness the thrill, live on Facebook, available in Tagalog and English. The full schedule can be found on the official MPL-PH website.

PMPL MY/SG Season 2

At this point, it's almost expected that no other team is going to topple the giants that are Team Secret, who currently has a 149-point lead. Although Geek Fam and Yoodo Gank are currently in the top 3, the other top 8 teams have yet to compete today, with the likes of Team SMG, J8 Esports, TRX Elementus and N.E.D Brotherhood potentially overtaking them.

The final week of Regular Season for PMPL MY/SG Season 2 commences today (11 September) at 4.30PM, with the remaining two matches running this weekend at 2.30PM daily. You can watch the action LIVE on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page.

Related: Week 3 – J8 Esports Soar to Third, N.E.D Brotherhood Takes Over Second

Nine to Five Cup 4 - Playoffs

The Swiss Stage of the Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) tournament of the Nine to Five Cup #4 ends today at 3PM, which will finally determine who enters the three-day Playoffs. Who will emerge as champions of the fourth Nine to Five Cup and bag their winnings of US$35,000?

The final stage of the Nine to Five Cup #4 will run from Monday (14 September) to Wednesday (16 September) at 3PM. The CS:GO tournament will be shown on the eGG Network TV channel, but if you’re an online user, you can opt for the live stream on Twitch. You can check out the full match listings on Liquipedia.

Apex Legends Global Series: Summer Circuit (ALGS) - Playoffs

The Apex Legends esports summer season reaches its conclusion on eGG Network. The Apex Legends Global Series: Summer Circuit have since narrowed every team down to the best of the best. Featuring Apex predators across the Americas, the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) and the Asia-Pacific (APAC North and South), they'll be battling their hearts out for the champion's share of the US$500,000 total prize pool.

Catch the ALGS Summer Circuit Playoffs action LIVE for the Americas (13 September, 3AM) the EMEA (10.30PM) and APAC South (12PM) on eGG Network TV. A telecast of the APAC North will instead be shown on the same day, but at 7.30AM. Or if you’re an online viewer, you can opt for the official Apex Legends Twitch and YouTube channels.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

MPL-ID Season 6

The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Indonesia (MPL-ID) continues with its fourth week this weekend. ONIC Esports remains undefeated after their 2-0 win against Geek Fam last week, although Bigetron Alpha and Alter Ego aren't far behind, waiting for ONIC to slip up and sweep them away from the top seats. With a US$300,000 prize pool on the line, who wouldn't be starving for victory?

MPL-ID Season 6 Week 4 begins today at 4.30PM, with the broadcast available live on eGG Network TV. If you prefer an online viewing, you can watch it on Facebook too. You can check out the official MPL-ID website for detailed info on the tournament too.

MPL-MY/SG Season 6

Are you ready for the second week of MPL-MY/SG Season 6? We've had an early taste of this season's meta last week, with Season 4 champions EVOS SG currently leading the pack with a hot streak of wins and no losses in sight. However, there's still five weeks to go, and everyone still stands an equal chance of toppling the Singaporean giants and bag a lion's share of the US$100,000 prize pool.

MPL-MY/SG Season 6 begins today at 3PM, with matches happening every Friday to Sunday. Catch the action LIVE on the official MLBB FB page. You can also get more info on the official MPL-MY/SG website.

MPL-PH Season 6

We're almost halfway there, with the Mobile Legends Bang Bang Professional League Philippines (MPL-PH) entering its third week today. The tables have turned last week - Aura PH dropped to third place after losing to Bren Esports, who's now at the top of Group B; whereas in Group A, Execration ML's flawless performance last week propelled the team to first place so far. How different will the standings look again after Week 3 ends?

MPL-PH Season 6 Regular Season continues today at 6PM, with the weekend matches beginning earlier at 4.30PM daily. Witness the thrill, live on Facebook, available in Tagalog and English. The full schedule can be found on the official MPL-PH website.

PMPL MY/SG Season 2

Despite already placing first with a 118-point headstart, Team Secret show no signs of holding back until the League Season ends (a wise move, indeed). Yoodo Gank and Geek Fam have also been managing to stay in their respective spots in the last two days, but with AXIS NRL MPX and N.E.D Brotherhood performing exceptionally well this week, it's safe to assume that their seats are in jeapordy.

PMPL MY/SG Season 2 Group Stage Week 3 continues today (4 September) at 4.30PM, with the remaining two matches running this weekend at 2.30PM daily. You can watch the action LIVE on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page.

Related: Week 2 - Geek Fam take over second place, Team Secret retain top form

Nine to Five Cup 4

The Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) tournament of the Nine to Five Cup resets with its fourth edition, featuring an all-new slew of teams battling it out for the US$50,000 prize pool. With Team Spirit as champions of the previous Cup, who will be next to bag the Nine to Five Cup #4 championship title?

The Swiss Stage of the Nine to Five Cup #4 runs from Monday (7 September) to Friday (11 September) at 3PM. The CS:GO tournament will be shown on the eGG Network TV channel, but if you’re an online user, you can opt for the live stream on Twitch. You can check out the full match listings on Liquipedia.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.


Beyond mechanical skill and strategy, a key ingredient for success is a team's spirit and hunger.

EVOS Legends made Mobile Legends: Bang Bang history in 2019.

They won their first MPL-ID title at the fourth time trying, defeating fierce rivals RRQ 3-1. They then went on to win the inaugural MLBB World Championship (M1) by triumphing over RRQ in a seven-game grand final thriller. It ended years of languishing at the highest echelons of competitive MLBB but with no significant title for which to show.

However, after the 2019 competitive season ended, the White Tigers experienced squad changes which would heavily impact the team. Oura would leave the team in January 2020, and Donkey would take a backseat in Season 5 – playing only 8 games during the Regular Season and none at all during the Playoffs.

With just three of the title-winning squad remaining, EVOS Legends had a rough start to their title defence. They lost their opening match against RRQ unceremoniously 2-0, and although their performance picked up, it was by no means smooth sailing. The team was inconsistent – sometimes dominant over other strong teams, but sometimes falling meekly to lesser opponents.

Bjorn “Zeys” Ong, EVOS Legends’ coach, shared that one of the biggest lessons the team learnt through the difficult campaign was to never back down. “The only thoughts that should be running in our heads in every game should be thoughts of winning, nothing else. Even if we’re behind, the spirit we’ve cultivated is one of never giving up.”

This indomitable spirit took the team to Game 5 in the MPL Indonesia grand final match against RRQ despite having the odds stacked against them. Zeys remarked that RRQ’s greatest threat would be their experience and team chemistry. Tellingly, he added that “their roster is pretty much the same as last season. Even LJ was on the team last season, although he was playing as a substitute.”

The online-only Playoffs also affected the team. “We personally prefer playing in front of a crowd. That’s mainly due to us having a significant fanbase. I’d say it gives us an edge. They are the sixth player and the psychological and morale boost they provide is positive.”

In his regular calm and composed tone, Zeys shared that he was satisfied with the team’s performance and proud of what the current squad achieved. “Our season went better than expected. Most of our players had issues and there were internal matters that were obstacles to our continual improvement. Some players had to do national exams and were gone for three to four weeks. We took a long break after M1, so we had only about two months to prepare for Season 5.”

He reflected that it was difficult to ensure esports players consistently performed at a high level. Acknowledging the gap between EVOS and RRQ versus the other MPL-ID teams, Zeys identifies the cause as a lack of experienced and trained coaches.

“Take RRQ for example. Their first-team are five seasoned players. For them to remain at the same standard as last season says a lot about the team and Jamesss’ impact. For a player to reach 80% of his full potential is easy but pushing from 80 to 82 – now that’s tough. That’s also where coaches come in.”


Zeys is standing second from right.

Zeys speaks from experience, as he also guided EVOS SG to the MPL-MY/SG Season 4 title last year. The same group of players had previously finished second twice since MPL-MY/SG Season 3.

However, he acknowledged that building a team and maintaining a high-performing intensity is no mean feat, neither is it all on the coach. Humbly admitting that his shortcomings, he shared that his biggest personal takeaway from a gruelling season is that esports players are fundamentally still people and are therefore complex.

“I’ve learnt that people's goals and ambitions change and that must be factored in when selecting rosters. Our players weren't as hungry about winning as before. The fire that burned when we won our first titles has mellowed. People’s priorities change, and some are more focused on other aspects of life. It’s something I must consider as we look to bounce back from this.”

It seems that the Singaporean coach has kept his fire alive. There is a steely resolve in his voice to keep pressing on. “Our journey isn’t over. We’ll take a break, and then get ready for MSC. It’s time to show people that we deserve to win.”

But Zeys knows that it’s not just about him or the players. EVOS lives and breathes through overwhelming support of their fans. Sending out a plea to continue standing with the White Tigers, he promises that “we’ll come back stronger and we’ll be champions again.”


EVOS Legends and RRQ Hoshi will represent Indonesia at the upcoming MLBB Southeast Asia Cup (MSC) 2020 in Manila from 10-14 June.

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