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MPL MY S7 / MPL PH S7 Playoffs

It's a fantastic weekend for Mobile Legends: Bang Bang esports fans, with the Playoffs for MPL Malaysia and MPL Philippines currently underway. Who will be the ultimate MLBB professional in these countries?

Related: MPL Update | MY and PH S7 Playoffs Preview

MPL MY S7 Playoffs continues today (29 May) at 10.30AM and tomorrow (30 May) at 11.30AM, LIVE on Facebook.

MPL PH S7 Playoffs Day 2 begins today (29 May) at 3PM, followed by Day 3 tomorrow (30 May) at 1PM, LIVE on Facebook.

E1 Championship Grand Finale

Season Zero champion Naquib Azlan was back on track in Round 7, with Muhammad Aleef (Team Flash) trailing behind in seventh place. However, Aleef still remains the current league leader with a 29-point lead. Will he be the new victor of the E1 Championship?

Find out by watching the final Round 8 of the E1 Championship race in Nürburgring, Germany next Wednesday (2 June) at 9PM LIVE on eGG Network TV and Facebook.

ESL Mobile Open 2021: Wild Rift ICON Series MY Playoffs

The Wild Rift Malaysian tournament begins its conclusion with the Playoffs! The top 5 teams of Group Stage will be battling it out over a three-day Playoffs for the championship title.

Catch the Playoffs from next Friday onwards (4 - 6 June) at 1PM daily LIVE on eGG Network TV, as well as ESL Malaysia Youtube and Facebook.

CS Summit 8 Playoffs

Five more matches are left in this A-tier CS:GO esports tournament, with the Playoffs currently underway. Which team will reign supreme and win the US$17,000 champions cash prize, as well as 1600 Regional Major Rankings (RMR) points?

Catch the continuation of the CS Summit 8 Playoffs tomorrow until Monday (30 - 31 May) at 5.30AM daily LIVE on eGG Network TV, YouTube and Twitch.

Onslaught League Season 6 Grand Finals

16 top notch PUBG PC teams across Southeast Asia and Oceania will be locking horns with each other for plenty of high-stakes battle royale esports action in this PUBG PC invitational.

The Onslaught League Season 6 Grand Finals continues today (29 May) at 9.30PM LIVE on eGG Network TV and Twitch. Be sure to read our TV guide for the full schedule.

WePlay AniMajor

The next Dota 2 Pro Circuit Major of 2021 will be taking place in Kyiv, Ukraine next week. Featuring the best Dota 2 teams in the world of the second DPC Season, there will be 12 days of non-stop action that no fan of the game will want to miss!

The WePlay AniMajor will be held from 2 - 13 June LIVE on eGG Network TV (click here for the full schedule), YouTube and Twitch.

The Nationals Season 3 Tekken 7 Pro League: Group Stage Day 4 & 5

Date: 31 May, 10.30AM onwards.
Where to watch: eGG Network TV

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

After three days of sweat, gunpowder and explosions, The Infinity Esports emerged triumphant to bag the trophy in the PUBG Mobile Professional League Southeast Asia (PMPL SEA) Championship Season 3.

With four Winner Winner Chicken Dinners and 121 kills (totalling up to a whopping 239 points) to their name, they had the highest number of WWCDs and eliminations in the whole competition. They are also the second PUBG Mobile Thai team to win the SEA series, after RRQ Athena in PMCO (PUBG Mobile Club Open) Fall Split SEA Championship 2019. The Infinity Esports were rewarded US$30,000 for their championship title, US$2,000 more for the Chicken Dinners they acquired, and most importantly, they immediately qualify for PMPL SEA Championship Season 4.

nOOzy of The Infinity Esports was awarded the Finals MVP title, giving him an additional US$6,000 for his outstanding performance. He did rake in close to 10,000 damage and 56 kills, 23 more than the second-best fragger, LIVESCAPE's KatouLyssa.

Not so close behind them are EVOS Reborn and Infinity IQ, who are the runner-ups and second-runner ups of the tournament. They earned US$20,000 and US$15,000, respectively, but the Indonesian squad also scored the last set of tickets to the next season of the PMPL SEA Championship. It was a close call for the pair, with AURA Esports and LIVESCAPE close behind before they got knocked out early in the last two games.

Alas, for the Malaysian teams, the rest proved too much for RSG Malaysia, Geek Fam and Dingoz MPX. The PMPL MY/SG Season 3 Finals champions did win one Chicken Dinner that boosted their rankings, and Geek Fam were pretty consistent in most matches. Nevertheless, their country is proud of the hard work they've put in, and wish them the best next season.

16 of the best PUBG Mobile professional esports teams across Southeast Asia competed in PMPL SEA Championship Season 3, battling for the US$150,000 total prize pool and two direct slots to the next season. The regional tournament ran from 21 - 23 May, and was broadcast live on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Be sure to follow eGG Network on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more PUBG Mobile esports coverage.

PMPL SEA Championship 2021

The next stage of the PUBG Mobile Professional League (PMPL) in Southeast Asia is finally here! Witness 16 of the top PUBG Mobile professional teams in the PMPL SEA Championship 2021 (formerly known as PMPL SEA Finals Season 3) duking it out in a span of three days to prove who’s the best of the best in SEA. Will Bigetron RA be able hold their crown once again, or will a new champion arise?

Related: Everything you need to know about PMPL SEA Championship Season 3

Catch the PMPL SEA Championship 2021 tonight until Sunday (21 - 23 May) at 5.30PM daily LIVE on PUBG Mobile Facebook and YouTube.

LoL 2021 Mid-Season Invitational

The top four teams have been finalised, and will be facing off one - or two, if they're worthy - last time in the final Knockout Stage. The format for the semi-finals and finals will be a single elimination bracket, comprising best-of-five matches.

More info here: Watch the LoL 2021 Mid-Season Invitational on eGG Network TV!

MSI 2021 Knockout Stage begins tonight until Sunday (21 - 23 May) at 8PM daily LIVE on eGG Network TV and https://lolesports.com/.

The Nationals Season 3 Tekken 7 Pro League

The Nationals Tekken 7 Pro League is back! The Play-ins concluded yesterday, with the top 10 teams advancing to Group Stage. Who will prove that they deserve to qualify for the Playoffs?

Witness the beginning of The Nationals Season 3 Tekken 7 Pro League Group Stage on Sunday (23 May) 3.30PM LIVE on eGG Network TV and Facebook.

CS Summit 8

The top 4 teams of the CS Summit 8 closed qualifiers was determined on Tuesday (18 May), with the Group Stage of the tournament currently underway with the eight top North American teams gunning each other essential Regional Major Rankings (RMR) points and the US$50,000 total prize pool.

Catch the continuation of the CS Summit 8 Group Stage today (21 May) until 25 May, followed by the Playoffs from 27 - 31 Mat at 5.30AM daily LIVE on eGG Network TV, YouTube and Twitch.

E1 Championship

Muhammad Aleef (Team Flash) is showing no signs of slowing down in the E1 Championship circuit, once again dominating this week's Round 6 race in Zandvoort, Netherlands. Though Season Zero champion Naquib Azlan won Race 2, it was only enough to make up for his loss in the qualifying race and Race 1.

Catch Round 7 of the E1 Championship race in Hungaroring, Hungary next Wednesday (26 May) at 9PM LIVE on eGG Network TV and Facebook.

Virtual Bundesliga International Series

VBL International Series 2021 Now Open For Registration!

The Asia Finals of VBL 2021 telecast will be broadcast on 26 May at 7PM on eGG Network TV.

More info: VBL International Series 2021 Now Open For Registration!

While PUBG Mobile is a game that can be technically won by teams without scoring any kills, it is very unlikely to happen. Most of the time you'll see a correlation between the top fraggers and victorious teams. After all, the more kills you get, the fewer opponents you have to deal with, increasing your chances of being the last team to survive. Let's not forget that kills also contribute to the score of your team, which is important in competitive play - you can still win without scoring the most Chicken Dinners if you have enough kills.

That being said, let's take a look at the top-performing fraggers of the teams competing at the PUBG Mobile Professional League Southeast Asia (PMPL SEA) Championship Season 3 this weekend to get a rough idea of how the teams might fare. Keep in mind that these results are based on the Finals stage of each national PMPLs.

In first place, we have none other than Kim from RSG Malaysia; truly outstanding to see a Malaysian player topping the charts. Even though he's the support of the team, he managed to top PMPL-MY/SG's finals weekend with a kill score of 40 - four more than the second-highest scorer, n00zy from The Infinity (Thailand) who had 36.

Next up at 3rd is Bigetron RA's (Indonesia) Zuxxy, someone who's no stranger to winning awards, with 33. Keep an eye out on these players this weekend for some top-notch action (if they can keep up their top form from the PMPLs!). Rounding up the top six are JaydeN (Aura Esports ID) at 30, and CONCEPT (Valdus The Murder TH) and Eypul (Dingoz MPX MY) tied with 29 each, though the Thai player has the upper hand with more damage dealt.

Finishing up the list are Frankyyy (HVNB VN) 28, Tomz (LIVESCAPE formerly Geek Fam ID) 28, Jeixy (Aura Esports ID) 27 and GodTunny (The Infinity TH) 27. Aura Esports and The Infinity are the only teams with more than one player in the top fragger list, so they should have a high chance of scoring massive points if they are in shape this weekend.

The teams at PMPL SEA Championship S3

However, the PMPL SEA Championship S3 will be a whole different ballgame for the competitors - all their opponents, except the ones from their regional qualifier, will be teams that they don't encounter under usual circumstances (excluding scrims). These teams might be the kings of their own region, but when it comes down to opponents and strategies that they're less accustomed to, it's going to be a different story - some of their tactics may or may not work on the battlefield this weekend. Regardless of the outcome, we believe that the PMPL SEA Championship is going to be an event you don't want to miss!

Make sure you tune into the official PUBG Mobile Esports page from 21-23 May to keep abreast of the action and follow eGG Network for all the latest updates.

One of the biggest (current) PUBG Mobile regional tournaments in the world, the PUBG Mobile Professional League Southeast Asia (PMPL SEA) Championship Season 3, is set to fire up the stage this Friday (21 May) with a three-day spectacle that will surely blow everyone's socks off. With so many coverage on the PMPL SEA Championship, we decided to make it easier for you guys and pour every essential detail into one single piece.

Here's all the info you need to know about PMPL SEA Championship Season 3:

Not the Finals just yet

We've been so accustomed to calling it the PMPL SEA Finals for the past two seasons. But, things are a little different this round - it's been officially revealed that the spring split of the regional competition will instead be dubbed as the PMPL SEA Championship, following the change in format for PUBG Mobile esports this year.

Plus, since the international PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) is now a single year-end event, the top teams of PMPL SEA Championship Season 3 won't qualify for PMGC 2021. They'd have to repeat their success in the next PMPL SEA Finals Season 4 to represent their countries on the world stage. However, the top 2 teams of PMPL SEA Championship Season 3 will immediately advance to the next PMPL SEA Leagues Season 4.

The contestants

PMPL SEA Finals Season 2 champions

Bigetron RA

PMPL Indonesia

LIVESCAPE (formerly Geek Fam ID)
Aura Esports
EVOS Reborn

Since Bigetron RA already qualified for PMPL SEA Finals Season 3, their championship placement during Regular Season and runner-up spot in the Country Finals made it possible for EVOS Reborn and Aura Esports, respectively, to make their regional debut. Plus, Country Finals champions Geek Fam Indonesia's ownership has been transferred to event management company Livescape group, leading to their name change.

PMPL Thailand

FaZe Clan
The Infinity
Valdus Esports

Valdus Esports were the champions of PMPL-TH Season 3 Regular Season, thus securing their SEA Finals slot. Though they placed second in the Country Finals, the next slot for the SEA Finals went to the second runner-ups: The Infinity.

PMPL MY/SG

RSG MY
Geek Fam MY
Dingoz MPX

PMPL Vietnam

HVNB (HocVienNamBlue)
Eagle Esport
Infinity IQ

PMCO SEA Wildcard

DEMIGOD INCOGNITO
Orange PLAY
JoinMe Yellow

Format and prize pool

The three-day PUBG Mobile esports series will feature a total of 18 matches, divided into six matches daily. The points system will also follow the current standards, which was changed mid-last year to shake up the meta.

Finally, it has been officially revealed that the PMPL SEA Championship Season 3 will boast US$150,000 in prize pool money, with the champions walking away with one-fifth of the amount: US$30,000. The overall MVP will also be rewarded an additional US$6,000, and teams will earn an extra US$500 for each Winner Winner Chicken Dinner they bagged.

That's all there is to it! Which team will you be supporting in the PMPL SEA Championship Season 3, and why? Let us know in the comments. (cheeky wink)

Catch the PMPL SEA Championship Season 3 from 21 - 23 May, LIVE on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page and YouTube channel.

And it goes without saying that eGG Network will be covering this awesome PUBG Mobile esports event on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

PMPL SEA Championship 2021

The next stage of the PUBG Mobile Professional League (PMPL) in Southeast Asia is finally here! Witness 16 of the top PUBG Mobile professional teams in the PMPL SEA Championship 2021 (formerly known as PMPL SEA Finals Season 3) duking it out in a span of three days to prove who’s the best of the best in SEA. Will Bigetron RA be able hold their crown once again, or will a new champion arise?

Related: Every team competing in PMPL SEA Championship 2021

Catch the PMPL SEA Championship 2021 next Friday until Sunday (21 - 23 May) LIVE on PUBG Mobile Facebook and YouTube.

NBA 2K League 2021

NBA 2K League returns with its 2021 season, with 23 teams - divided into two conferences, Eastern Conference and Western Conference - competing for the US$1.5 million prize pool, the largest ever to be won by the NBA 2K League champions. The 2021 season will feature three in-season tournaments that allow teams to compete for a spot in the Playoffs, which has expanded to 12 finalists.

The first NBA 2K League 2021 tournament (The Tipoff) starts next Wednesday (19 - 22 May), and will be broadcast live on Twitch and YouTube, as well as eGG Network TV.

CS Summit 8

This A-Tier CS:GO tournament is part of the Valve Regional Major Rankings (RMR) series, so it's a pretty big deal. cs_summit 8, once again organised by Beyond The Summit, will see eight of the best North American teams lock horns with one another for essential RMR points and the US$50,000 total prize pool. A closed qualifiers will be held first to determine the final four teams to go up against the top 4 teams of the Rio Major 2020 in North America.

The CS Summit 8 closed qualifiers will begin its broadcast tomorrow onwards (14 - 18 May) at 5.30AM before the main event from 20 - 30 May. The CS:GO competition can be enjoyed LIVE on eGG Network TV, YouTube and Twitch.

Virtual Bundesliga International Series

VBL International Series 2021 Now Open For Registration!

The VBL 2021 Series is back again for the fourth year in a row! Featuring entrants from 17 countries across three continents, the VBL International Series will see players fighting for the lion’s share of the $10,000 prize pool. 

More info: VBL International Series 2021 Now Open For Registration!

Catch the Regional Finals of VBL 2021 from 16 May onwards, broadcast LIVE on eGG Network TV so make sure you catch the action live on our channel.

LoL 2021 Mid-Season Invitational

Get ready to rumble with the MSI 2021 Rumble Stage up next to up the ante in the League of Legends offline esports tournament in Iceland. The top 2 teams of each group during Group Stage (six in total) are facing off in a best-of-one Double Round-Robin format, with the top 4 progressing to the final Knockout Stage. Who will be one step closer to Worlds 2021?

More info here: Watch the LoL 2021 Mid-Season Invitational on eGG Network TV!

MSI 2021 Rumble Stage commences tonight until Tuesday (14 - 18 May) at 9PM daily LIVE on eGG Network TV or https://lolesports.com/, followed by the Knockout Stage on 21 May onwards.

MPL-PH Season 7 Week 6

The second last week of MPL-PH regular season is over, with AURA PH securing their upper bracket spot in Group A, though it's still unknown who will claim the other slot. The outstanding Blacklist International has gotten both the upper bracket spot in Group B but also the Playoffs spot. Who will finish their run at the top of MPL-PH Season 7 Regular Season final week?

Related: MPL Update | EVOS SG: MPL-SG S1 Champions

MPL-PH Season 7 Regular Season Final Week begins today (14 May) at 6PM, with the weekend matches (15 and 16 May) at 4.30PM and 3.00PM, respectively, LIVE on MPL-PH FB.

Dota Pro Circuit 2021: Season 2

DPC SEA current standings.

We are finally entering Week 5 of the Dota 2 professional league of DPC 2021, with the upper and lower divisions of continuing for all participating regions. Check out the full schedule on Liquipedia, and make sure to catch the LIVE broadcast of the SEA league on eGG Network TV!

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

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