The Champions eFootball tournament has been going on for the past month and this coming week, it will all come to an end. After last night's matches, the players have been determined for the grand finals - from Vietnam, we have the 13-year-old Le Ha Anh Tuan of Buriram United, and Indonesia's Indra Sugandi of Persib Bandung. Le Ha Anh Tuan is known as "The Vietnamese Prodigy", with a perfect record in the group stages, and scoring 39 goals in only 4 matches. Indra Sugandi, 27, also has an unbeaten 4 match streak in the tournament, making him a worthy contender for the cup.
On the same day, the fight for third place will also take place, featuring the semi-finalists, Nor Haikal of Johor Darul Ta'zim FC against Vorravich Anantarak of Chonburi FC. For the STAR Category grand finals, we have Beckham Putra of Persib Bandung vs Prach Sopheakmanuth of Nagaworld FC. Third place will go to the other semi-finalists, Buriram United and Chonburi FC.
Will it be a stunning conclusion to Champions eFootball? Only one way to find out. The final day of the tournament will take place on 7th October, 6 PM (GMT+8) and will be broadcasted live on YouTube and Facebook delayed the following day on eGG Network TV.
The Mobile Legends Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) Invitational 4 Nation Cup (MPLI) is bringing together the top-performing MPL teams of Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Myanmar for an all-out battle royale. These teams will be fighting over a US$100,000 prize pool in a span of three stages: two group stage qualifiers and a Playoffs. With the likes of Resurgence, Geek Fam, RRQ.Hoshi and EVOS as part of the line-up, which MLBB esports fan would want to miss MPLI?
The MPLI group stage qualifiers will be held from 19 – 21 June and 26 – 28 June, with the three-day Playoffs commencing on 3 July. Be sure to follow the official MLBB Facebook page for more MPLI updates.
All-star athletes playing video games competitively to combat COVID-19? Sounds like a headline steal! The Solidarity Challenge is an online fundraising event that pits the world's top "real-life sport" athletes against one another via Konami's eFootball PES 2020, in collaboration with the United Nation's (UN) Foundation and the World Health Organisation (WHO). Participating athletes include footballer Antoine Griezmann, rugby player Danny Care and even golfer Tommy Fleetwood, with the money raised being funneled into the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
The Solidarity Challenge will run from today 12 - 14 June, with each match day beginning at 6.30PM (GMT+8). You can catch the live broadcast on YouTube, or opt to watch the telecast on 14 June, 6PM (GMT+8) on the eGG Network TV channel.
If you need a break from high-octane tournaments, why not learn something about esports for a change? eGG Network is teaming up with the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) and Level Up KL to produce the LEVEL UP PLAY ONE webinar, featuring a panel discussion made up of esports experts and industry leaders, to inform the public on the hottest topics surrounding gaming and digital athletics. Whether it's the effects of COVID-19 on esports or video game addiction, there's plenty to learn about in the two-day webinar.
The Piala Presiden Esports 2020 Grand Finals are upon us this 1 and 2 Feb. The best of the best will be duking it out for a total prize pool of 1.5 billion Indonesia Rupiah. The tournament features Garena Free Fire and eFootball PES 2020, with participants hailing from Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
Malaysians would be elated to know that teams Argon MY and HighQuality MY, alongside Norhaikal Mohamad Noh and Muhammad Syah Ali will be out in full force this coming weekend for Garena Free Fire and eFootball PES 2020 respectively.
Fans can catch all the action LIVE on eGG Network (Astro CH800) this weekend, from 1pm to 10.30pm and 1pm to 5pm respectively.