The rise of women in esports is worthy of a celebration, with more female professional players making their way to the upper echelons of the scene. That's why it comes as no surprise that esports organisation, Geek Fam, has formed their very own all-girls Malaysian team, Geek Fam Girls PUBG Mobile.

Here are the wonder ladies that make up Geek Fam Girls PUBG Mobile:

Anis "Anees" Safiyah - IGL/Scouter
Wan Nor "Mimel" Emylia - Fragger
Nur Fifi "Eevee" Natasha - Rusher
Fatin "1CAA" Amisa - Sniper/Support
Aisya "Rysyaa" Syahiera - Support

Amirul Rashide bin Mat – Manager

If the roster looked familiar to you, it's because Geek Fam took in the former members of Waisu Hera, who disbanded in September. "We were impressed by every competition Hera were in and the achievements they made," revealed manager Amirul. "Thus, we felt that Hera was the best team to carry the 'Geek Fam Girls' name."

And who else would be more over the moon regarding Geek Fam Girls' confirmation, than the girls themselves? "We feel happy with the great opportunity we've been given to play under Geek Fam, not to mention that we'd also be the first all-girls team for them," expressed captain Anees, on behalf of the girls.

It so happened that Hera's contract with Waisu Esports expired by the time they finished competing in the PMPL Ladies SEA Finals (PUBG Mobile Professional League), so the timing couldn't be better for the girls. "We want to continue giving our best by joining Geek Fam," Anees continued.

Waisu Hera firsy blew everyone's socks off by placing third on PMNC 2020 Playoffs Day 1.

Hera used to be under Orange Esports late last year - Anees is the only original member left - before undergoing a roster change and converting to Waisu Hera in June, The newly-signed squad ended up qualifying for the PUBG Mobile National Championship (PMNC 2020), where they first gained recognition after placing top 3 on the first day of the Playoffs, surprising everyone by scoring one Winner Winner Chicken Dinner in the final phase. Even though they ended their PMNC 2020 run by placing eighth, their performance in the PMPL Ladies SEA Finals was nothing short of brilliant, reaching the top 3 with one Chicken Dinner as well.

We look forward to seeing how Geek Fam Girls PUBG Mobile will fare in the next season, and wish them the very best in their esports endeavours.

For more PUBG Mobile esports news, be sure to follow eGG Network on Facebook and Twitter.

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The PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore (PMPL MY/SG) Season 2 saw plenty of returning teams who improved drastically, as well as fresh-faced players who've shown promise to go further in the scene. One team in particular, Marlino, caught the eyes of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang professional player, Mohd Fariz “Soloz” Zakaria, which led him to take them in and form the Anti Circle team.

The announcement was posted last night on the official Anti Circle Instagram page, revealing that Soloz will also be managing the PUBG Mobile team. According to WTM Today, the Facebook Gaming Creator decided to sponsor the players due to the great potential and talent they displayed in the PMPL MY/SG Season 2 Grand Finals. "Each player will be given a fixed salary every month, facilities and other related aspects that will be improved over time," he added.

Noxxy and SuperBoi with Soloz.

The Anti Circle members qualified for PMPL MY/SG Season 2 by placing fourth in the PUBG Mobile Malaysia National Championship (PMNC) 2020 last July, back when they were in Marlino. They later advanced to the Grand Finals of the professional league and settled at ninth place by the end of the finals, with 124 points and one Winner Winner Chicken Dinner.

These are the players of Anti Circle:

It was an exciting weekend of esports tournaments, with one of them being the PUBG Mobile Malaysia National Championship 2020 (PMNC) playoffs. After almost a month of qualifiers and matches, the tournament has finally come to an end, with LX Esport finishing in first place. The squad, which qualified from the Miramar Zone, played extremely well throughout the tournament, and dominated this weekend with 216 points, thanks to their 4 Chicken Dinners.

Congratulations to Tidur, Asta, Youtube and Minn - watch out for these players in the future. In addition to RM30,000 for first place, they secure an all-important slot to the upcoming PMPL-Fall MYSG League. The first to fourth runner ups, TRX Elementus, Team Bosskurr, Marlino inSouth, and AKA Rogue, will also be joining them in the fray.

Fun fact: 4 out of the top 5 teams at PMNC came from qualifiers, with the only invitee being Team Bosskurr. Fresh faces are always a welcome sight, but will they be able to go far in PMPL-Fall MYSG later this year? Only time will tell.

Be sure to follow eGG Network for more news and updates on PUBG Mobile tournaments!

PUBG Mobile World League 2020 Season Zero – East Division

The East Division of the world's biggest PUBG Mobile esports league continues with its first ever Super Weekend. This phase - which happens every weekend (duh) until 2 August - is particularly crucial to its 20 participating teams, as points accrued during this stage will count towards their standings and dictate whether they can reach the top 16, advancing to the League Finals. Who will take the lead this weekend?

The PMWL 2020 East continues today (17 July) at 8PM with Super Weekend Week 1, followed by two weeks of League Play and a three-day Finals that concludes on 10 August. The PMWL 2020 East tournament stream will be broadcast LIVE on the eGG Network TV channel, plus PUBG Mobile Facebook and YouTube.

Related: Every team entering Super Weekend Week 1

PUBG Mobile Malaysia National Championship 2020 Playoffs

The Yoodo-backed PMNC 2020 has finally the Playoffs! The 16 grand finalists will battle it out for the top 5 to only win large slices of the RM100,000 prize pool but more impressively so, entries into the upcoming PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore (PMPL MY/SG) Fall Split 2020 to boost their professional esports pursuit. A showmatch between the likes of of Arov (formerly Bigetron AROV), Geek Fam, NED Brotherhood, EVOS and Resurgence will also take place in the latest Livik map on Day 3.

The PMNC 2020 Playoffs begins today (2.30PM) until Sunday (17 – 19 July), with the live stream available on the official Facebook pages of PUBG Mobile and Yoodo Esports.

Related: The list of teams advancing to the PMNC 2020 Playoffs

Yoodo Campus Esports Championship (KEK) Semester 3 Grand Finals

After six weeks of competition, the collegiate esports tournament of Yoodo KEK 3 is finally coming to an end. The best Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and Call of Duty: Mobile student teams of each state will lock horns with each other for bragging rights around campus, as well scholarships and the lion's share of the RM50,000 Grand Finals prize pool.

The Yoodo KEK 3 Grand Finals begins this weekend (18 - 19 July), with the thrill being streamed online on Yoodo and MyGameOn’s Facebook pages.

Today marks the beginning of League Phase for the biggest PUBG Mobile event of the year so far, the PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) Spring Split 2020 Season Zero East Division. But, let's not forget to support future Malaysian representatives who are now entering the final round of the PUBG Mobile Malaysia National Championship (PMNC) 2020 Playoffs.

Here are the 16 grand finalists of the PMNC 2020 Playoffs:

The Yoodo-sponsored competition will reward the top five teams not only with the majority of the RM100,000 prize pool but also prized entries into the PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore (PMPL MY/SG) Fall Split 2020 to take their professional career even further.

A showmatch between the apex teams of Arov (formerly Bigetron AROV), Geek Fam, NED Brotherhood, EVOS and Resurgence will also take place in PUBG Mobile's swanky new Livik map on Day 3 of the Playoffs at 12.30PM (GMT +8). So, be sure to tune in to catch more PUBG Mobile esports action.

The PMNC 2020 Playoffs will be held this Friday to Sunday (17 - 19 July), with the live stream available on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook and YouTube pages. eGG Network will be covering the esteemed national series so expect more PMNC 2020 coverage on our Facebook page.

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