Despite its two-week delay, the time train stops for no one as the Pacific Championship Series (PCS 2021) Spring Split is almost upon us. To keep things rolling, 10 teams have been revealed to be participating in the League of Legends tournament, with plenty of familiar faces returning to lay waste on their opponents.

Here are the teams competing in the regional tournament, hailing from Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, Taiwan & Macau:

  1. Alpha Esports (Taipei)
  2. Berjaya Dragons (Malaysia)
  3. Beyond Gaming (Taipei)
  4. Hong Kong Attitude (Hong Kong)
  5. Impunity (Singapore)
  6. J Team (Taipei)
  7. Liyab Esports (Manila)
  8. Machi Esports (Taipei)
  9. PSG Talon (Hong Kong)

Presented by CTBC Bank, the second season of PCS 2021 includes seven teams from the previous season and two new qualifying teams, with one more unannounced team that will be unveiled soon. PCS 2021 will adopt a best-of-one double round robin format for the regular season, before the double-elimination Playoffs ensue.

PCS 2021 will begin 19 February, with the English version LIVE on eGG Network TV. Mandarin and Thai casting will also be available on other platforms.

You can follow PCS on Facebook and Twitter for more updates on the series.

PUBG Mobile World League 2020 Season Zero – East Division

PUBG Mobile esports goes global this season with the arrival of the PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) Season Zero Spring Split 2020 East Division. 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 (8PM) with Opening Weekend, followed by three weeks of League Play and a three-day Finals that concludes on 10 August. The PMWL 2020 East tournament stream will be broadcast online on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page and on eGG Network TV.

Valorant SEA Invitational

As we patiently wait for the Valorant Pacific Open to continue, the Valorant SEA Invitational is here to sate our hunger for Valorant action. 30 reputable game content creators and talents across Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand will outgun each other over the biggest cut of the US$10,000 prize pool. Plus, in conjunction with the SEA Invitational, Riot Games will donate US$10,000 to the GlobalGiving’s Coronavirus Relief Fund to help curb the COVID-19 pandemic. With the likes of Soloz, Luthfi Halimawan, GLOCO Gaming and Sombrero competing, expect the Valorant tournament to keep you on the edge of your seats.

The Valorant SEA Invitational will commence tomorrow (11 July) at 1.30PM. The action will be streamed LIVE on Facebook and YouTube, but you can also catch the telecast on eGG Network the next day (12 July) at 7.30AM.

LoL Pacific Championship Series 2020 Summer Split

Three weeks down, four more to go! J Team is currently leading the pack in the Pacific Championship Series (PCS) 2020 Summer Split, with seven wins under their belt. However, Spring Split champions, PSG Talon (previously Talon Esports), are hot on their heels with only one victory behind them. Will J Team be able to escape the vicious claws of their formidable opponents?

The PCS 2020 Summer Split continues this weekend (11 and 12 July) as per usual. The stream will be available on watch.lolesports.com, or you can opt to watch it live on eGG Network at 8PM on both days.

*All times are in GMT+8.

This six-week league features 10 teams, including Berjaya Dragons (MY), Resurgence (SG), Nova Esports (TH), and Liyab Esports (PH).

League of Legends fans are in luck. The Pacific Championship Series is coming soon!

Starting 29 Feb, you can catch the epic League of Legends (LoL) actions live on eGG Network every Saturday and Sunday at 5PM (GMT+8). After week 1, the tournament continues every Friday to Sunday at 5PM daily until week 6 (4 Apr).

The competing teams are:

The PCS is a result of a merger between the League of Legends Master Series (LMS) and League of Legends Southeast Asia Tour (LST). The merger will see an increased competitive level for LoL teams from SEA, Taipei and Hong Kong, while fans enjoy a more engaging experience with more diverse gameplay and tactics. The PCS marks the return of League of Legends on eGG Network, with more LoL esports tournaments for fans to catch in future.

Visit League of Legends for more information.

Berjaya Dragons will debut at the Pacific Championship Series (PCS), taking on both veteran and new LoL teams across Southeast Asia and beyond.

Right when we're excited for the firecrackers of Chinese New Year, one of the largest company in Malaysia, Berjaya Corporation, surprises us with an equally rousing announcement of their brand new League of Legends (LoL) esports team - the Berjaya Dragons.

Set to make their first professional esports entrance at the Pacific Championship Series (PCS), Berjaya Dragons is the 10th and final team to compete in the all-new regional LoL tournament. The Berjaya Corporation-backed team will be the sole Malaysian representative for PCS, clashing with nine other top-tier and up-and-coming LoL teams from Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Hong Kong:

Hong Kong

Berjaya Dragons' team roster has yet to be announced, but with PCS just around the corner, looks like we won't have to wait long to until the lineup is revealed.

PCS is a combination of LoL's Master Series (LMS) and Southeast Asia Tour (LST). 10 teams - both veterans and newcomers - will outwit each other for a seat on the global competitive stage, Worlds 2020, to be held at Shanghai Stadium. The tournament's competitive format will also be different, as the number of games will be increased, incorporating a best-of-one format and a double elimination grand final.

The online competition begins 8 Feb, and will be available in English, Mandarin, and Thai. The PCS website will be up and running soon.

For more information, check out PCS' Facebook page.

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