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ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021 Playoffs

Time does fly, with the Dota 2 Pro Circuit LAN tournament reaching its conclusion this weekend. Who will finally emerge as the champions of the ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021? You can read our recap of what went down in Day 2 of the Playoffs right here.

Related: Malaysians playing at the 2021 DPC SG Major, plus teams seeded to the Playoffs

The ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021 continues today until Sunday (2 – 4 April) at 10AM daily, LIVE on eGG Network TV, as well as YouTube and Twitch.

Predator League 2021 APAC Grand Finals

The Predator League is back, pitting Asia Pacific's best of the best PUBG PC and Dota 2 professional teams against each other for the championship title and a lion's share of the US$400,000 prize pool.

Catch the Predator League 2021 Asia Pacific Grand Finals from 6 - 11 April LIVE on eGG Network TV, Facebook and Twitch.

E1 Championship Season 1

Asia Pacific's premier sim racing tournament, the E1 Championship, is back with Season 1! Last season’s top 11 teams and 15 virtual drivers across the region will be returning to the RaceRoom international circuits to win their share of the US$15,000 prize pool. The eight-round competition will run every Wednesday, and is slated to begin 7 April.

Witness the races this Wednesday (7 April) onwards at 9PM weekly, LIVE on eGG Network TV and Facebook.

WePlay Ultimate Fighting League

Live on eGG: Mortal Kombat 11, Soulcalibur VI & Tekken 7 pro fighters battle for US$150,000 prize pool in WePlay Ultimate Fighting League

The Soulcalibur VI leg of the WePlay Ultimate Fighting League has begun! The fighting league commenced today at 3AM, with matches running daily until Monday (5 April). What follows will be the Tekken 7 segment, which will begin next Friday (9 April) daily at the same time.

Watch WULF Season 1 LIVE on eGG Network TV, or Twitch for online users.

PCS 2021 Spring Split Playoffs

Date: 2 - 18 April.
Where to watch: All language PCS 2021 Spring streams - including Mandarin and Thai - can be found on YouTube, and individual Twitch channels have been set up for EnglishMandarin and Thai, with Huya for simplified Chinese.

More info on the LoL PCS 2021 Spring Playoffs can be found on the official website.

Call of Duty: Mobile Garena Invitational Playoffs

Date and time: 3 - 4 April, 1PM.
Where to watch: COD Mobile Facebook and YouTube.

More info: Garena World 2021 goes digital, introduces Interactive Virtual World

MPL SG Season 1 - Regular Season Week 1

Date and time: 3 - 4 April, 1PM daily.
Where to watch: MPL SG FB

MPL-MY Season 7 Week 4

Date and time: 2 - 4 April, 3PM daily.
Where to watch: eGG Network FB and TV (here's our TV broadcast schedule)

Related: MPL MY S7 Week 3 Recap: TODAK’s Ciku tank gambit pays off, minions nearly became the MVP in a 30 min game

PMPL MY/SG Season 3 - Weekday #2 Day 3 & Super Weekend #2

Date and time: 2 - 4 April, 5.30PM.
Where to watch: PUBG Mobile FB, YouTube and WeTV.

Read more: How the top teams dominated Super Weekend 1

MPL-PH Season 7 Week 3

Date and time: 9 - 11 April, 4PM daily.
Where to watch: MPL-PH FB.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

PGI.S 2021 Grand Finals

After six weeks of intense gunfights, the conclusive Weekly Finals 6 of PUBG Global Invitational.S (PGI.S) has finally arrived. Here the top 16 teams who will be battling the final time this weekend:

Catch the PGI.S 2021 Weekly Final 6 from tonight onwards (26 - 28 March) at 6PM LIVE on eGG Network TV (only Day 2 and 3), as well as Twitch and YouTube.

ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021

Dota 2 Singapore Major announced!

The very first Dota 2 Pro Circuit LAN event will soon be upon us. Well, tomorrow, to be exact, and it’ll be taking place in Singapore. Organised by One Esports and PGL, this marks the return of the offline international Dota 2 events and is hopefully the first of many to come.

Related: Malaysians playing at the 2021 DPC SG Major, plus teams seeded to the Playoffs

The ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021 will take place from 27 March – 4 April, 10AM daily, LIVE on eGG Network TV, as well as YouTube and Twitch.

WePlay Ultimate Fighting League

Live on eGG: Mortal Kombat 11, Soulcalibur VI & Tekken 7 pro fighters battle for US$150,000 prize pool in WePlay Ultimate Fighting League

If you're a fan of Mortal Kombat 11, Soulcalibur VI or Tekken 7, do consider checking out one of the year's biggest e-fighting championships to be held online - the WePlay Ultimate Fighting League (or WULF) Season 1. Featuring a total prize pool of US$150,000, WePlay Esports’ inaugural season of WULF will invite the world’s most famous virtual fighters to battle across these trio of games to be be the best of the best.

More info on the format can be found in our coverage.

WULF Season 1 begins today (26 March) at 5AM (GMT +8), with Mortal Kombat 11 kicking off the league until 28 March, followed by Soulcalibur VI (2 – 5 April) and Tekken 7 (9 – 12 April). Catch the tournament LIVE on eGG Network – check out our TV guide for our broadcast schedule – or Twitch for online users.

PCS 2021 Spring Split Playoffs

Date and time: 1 - 18 April.
Where to watch: All language PCS 2021 Spring streams - including Mandarin and Thai - can be found on YouTube, and individual Twitch channels have been set up for EnglishMandarin and Thai, with Huya for simplified Chinese.

More info on the LoL PCS 2021 Spring Playoffs can be found on the official website.

Call of Duty: Mobile Garena Invitational Group Stage

Date and time: 26 - 28 March, 7PM.
Where to watch: COD Mobile Facebook and YouTube.

More info: Yoodo RSG will represent Malaysia in COD Mobile Garena Invitational

MPL-MY Season 7 Week 3

Latest leaderboard.

Date and time: 26 - 28 March, 3PM daily.
Where to watch: eGG Network FB and TV (here's our TV broadcast schedule)

Related: Week 2 Recap - New patch hits Season 7, Suhaz EVOS remain undefeated

MPL-PH Season 7 Week 2

Date and time: 26 - 28 March, 4PM.
Where to watch: MPL-PH FB

PMPL MY/SG Season 3 - Weekday #1 Day 3 & Super Weekend #1

Date and time: 26 - 28 March, 5.30PM.
Where to watch: PUBG Mobile FB, YouTube and WeTV.

Read more: Anti Circle PUBG Mobile - No longer the underdogs in PMPL MY/SG S3

Wild Rift SEA Icon Series: Preseason - Singapore

More info: Riot announces Wild Rift SEA Icon Series: Preseason Tournament

Time & where to watch: More info here.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

After the recent conclusion of various Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional Leagues (MPL), the next major Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) tournament on the horizon is the ONE Esports MPL Invitational (MPLI). Rounding off the end of 2020 with a banger, the competition looks to feature the best of South East Asia’s MLBB powerhouses! From 27 November to 6 December 2020, 20 teams across Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines and Singapore will fiercely compete amongst each other for a prize pool of US$100,000. 

List of Invited teams:

Indonesia

Malaysia / Singapore

Myanmar

Philippines

The ONE Esports MPLI will be available for viewing via Facebook, Twitch, Twitter and YouTube

For more details, be sure to check out the official tournament website


The intensive two-day online tournament was also a donation platform to help battle the COVID-19 situation in Malaysia.

As frontliners battle the COVID-19 pandemic, the ordinary Malaysian folks stay home to hinder the spread of the virus whilst maintaining their sanity. Fortunately, our #stayathome initiative was recently rewarded with the thrill of the Selangor Cyber Games Stay-at-Home Cup 2020, with Team Bosskurr and N.E.D Brotherhood bagging the win in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and PUBG Mobile.

The MLBB leg of the two-day online tournament concluded first, as Team Bosskurr won 2-1 in a final rematch against Geek Fam, having previously lost 0-2 to the Geeks in the upper bracket finals. But, they were given a second chance to reclaim their glory by getting lowered to the lower bracket finals against Todak. This time, they were more determined than ever for a retaliation, and dominated the match 2-0 before being granted a second round against Geek Fam. The comeback is real for Team Bosskurr, returning home with RM8,000 in prize money.

The PUBG Mobile leg may have ended later, but the action remains explosive until the end. Despite not having the highest kills in the game (runner-up Resurgence MY took the cake home for this), N.E.D Brotherhood managed to clutch two Winner Winner Chicken Dinners (WWCDs) and a still impressive number of 49 kills. It's no wonder that they won the motherlode of the prize pool, which is also RM8,000.

The Selangor Cyber Games Stay-at-Home Cup 2020 was held in an online format from 8 - 9 Apr, featuring a mix of amateur competitive players - who progressed from the Online Qualifiers - and the invited teams of the MPL MY/SG Season 5 and PMPL MY/SG 2020, alongside a whopping RM40,000 prize pool to be won. A RM10 minimum registration fee was imposed to be donated to a COVID-19 charity fund, along with viewers of the tournament donating Facebook Stars on-stream to be added into the cash bag.


Proceeds of the registration fee will go to a COVID-19 charity fund.

With the imminent rise of more online tournaments to combat the COVID-19 esports drought, Selangor Cyber Games has also looked to contribute to the mix. Dubbed as the “Stay-at-Home Cup”, the tournament will go live from 8 to 9 April. The tournament will be held online, featuring Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Mobile (PUBG Mobile) alongside a whopping RM40,000 prize pool up for grabs. There is also a minimum RM10 registration fee imposed that will be donated to a COVID-19 charity fund in light of the present situation.

Participants can register for MLBB and PUBG Mobile from today onwards. Please note that there are only 512 slots available for each game.

For more info, check out www.selangorcybergames.net


Gather your teammates and battle for victory on 13 April onwards.

ONE Esports and Battlefy have worked together to bring fans another platform for teams to flex their esports prowesses. Eager Malaysian Mobile Legends: Bang Bang competitors can register for the ONE Esports Community Cup that sports a prize pool of SGD$225. The tournament will be held online on 13 April at 7:00 p.m. (GMT+8) onwards. Teams are required to to register through this link.

Don’t worry if you can’t make it for this 16 April, there are other upcoming tournaments on 21 April and 26 April for teams to participate in as well.

We wish all participants the best of luck and to have a great time amid these trying times. Please remember to keep washing those hands during those intense tournament moments!

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