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The first major Wild Rift tournament has finally come to an end. The final SEA Icon Series: Preseason tournament took place from Friday to Saturday for the Singapore region, and the newly announced Alliance squad were crowned the winners! The team looked extremely dominant throughout the three days, dropping only a single game to eventual runner ups, Impunity. Congratulations to CwJ, SSK, Kryonics, Raven and Rich on their top-notch performance - they walk away with USD $2,500, while Impunity win $1,250 for coming second, $750 to Team Sequence, and $500 to Big Dirty Golems.

In Singapore, teams prioritized Orianna, Camille, Corki, Alistar and Kai'Sa though surprisingly there was no Braum to be found. Riot's latest patch notes seem to reflect their thoughts on the current meta. Qualifiers for the Wild Rift SEA Icon Series: Summer Season kicks off in less than a week, so it'll be interesting to see what kind of new strategies will develop. Stay tuned to eGG Network for all the latest news and updates on Wild Rift esports!

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

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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.

The Philippines

After a long weekend of hard-fought matches, the dust has settled for the Filipino leg of the Wild Rift SEA Icon Series: Preseason, with Nexplay Esports emerging as the victors of the tournament. The boys in teal and black hardly broke a sweat throughout the two-day event, dropping only one game in the semi-finals against Team Secret, and completely stomping Sunsparks who were in good shape as well - Nexplay had their number.

Congratulations to Arisen, Juschie, Chuley, Ooozee, Dizastr, zMitch! They walk away with USD $2,500 for first place, while Sunsparks finish second with $1,250, Team Secret $750 at third and Rex Regum Qeon with $500 at fourth.

Indonesia

Closer to home, the Indonesian Preseason also took place, with Bigetron Infinity turning it up - the PUBG Mobile powerhouse organization demonstrated they have what it takes to dominate in Wild Rift as well. Going undefeated, with a 9-0 streak, Bigetron Infinity destroyed Alter Ego, Victim Esports, and Morph Team on their stroll to the top.

Bigetron Infinity's Falp1, Control, Henry, Dewa, Harry and Nuts earn $2,500 for their efforts, while $1,250 go to Morph Team for second, $750 to Victim Esports for third and $500 to Onic Esports for fourth.


We're starting to see some trends in the champion picks now, with Corki, Kai'Sa and Braum being favourite picks of both Indonesia and The Philippines - champs who were also popular in the previous regions. While their win rates for Corki and Braum don't signal any need for a nerf hammer, Kai'Sa is probably going to be tweaked in upcoming patches. Perhaps we'll even see some buffs to under-picked champs as well.

The SEA Icon Series: Preseason concludes this weekend with the final leg of the tournament in Singapore. Make sure you don't miss out! Follow eGG Network for all the latest news and updates on Wild Rift.

Free Fire MCP Majors Season 1 Grand Finals

The stage is set for the final phase of the Free Fire Malaysia, Cambodia, and Philippines (MCP) Majors. The top 12 will be battling it out for the last time in a one-day all-out battle royale for their share of the US$34,100 prize pool, as well as the championship title that grants them access to the international Free Fire World Series (FFWS 2021) in April. The top 6 teams will also immediately qualify for MCP Majors Season 2.

Catch the MCP Majors Season 1 Grand Finals tomorrow (20 March) at 1PM (GMT +8), LIVE on Facebook and YouTube.

MPL-MY Season 7

Malaysia's household Mobile Legends: Bang Bang tournament continues with Week 2! Witness the nation's best MLBB teams duke it out for the championship title.

Related: MPL MY Week 1 Recap: Suhaz EVOS tops Group B with 0 losses, S6 champs TODAK unleash Yve into Season 7

Week 2 of the MLBB Professional League Malaysia Season 7 (MPL-MY S7) Week 2 commences today at 3PM LIVE on eGG Network FB, with telecasts available on our TV channel too.

MPL-PH Season 7

MPL PH Season 7 begins this 19 March

MLBB esports fans in the Philippines can rejoice as well, with their very own MPL-PH returning with its seventh season.

More info: MPL PH Season 7 begins this 19 March

MPL-PH Season 7 will kick off its first match today at 4PM, LIVE on the MPL-PH Facebook page. For more info, you can check out the official website.

PMPL MY/SG Season 3

All you need to know about PMPL MY/SG Season 3 so far, begins 24 March

The mobile esports scene in Malaysia is on fire! The PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore (PMPL MY/SG) is back with its third edition, with plenty of roster changes and a US$150,000 prize pool that will turn up the excitement.

Read more: All you need to know about PMPL MY/SG Season 3 so far, begins 24 March

Watch PMPL MY/SG Season 3 next Wednesday (24 March), 4.30PM (GMT +8) onwards, with its broadcast available LIVE on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page and YouTube channel, as well as WeTV.

PGI.S 2021

With the conclusion of the PUBG Global Invitational.S (PGI.S) Survival Weekly 5 last night, here are the 16 teams advancing to Weekly Finals 5:

The Weekly Finals prize pool has doubled in size once again, with this week's champions winning US$300,000! It'll be a huge boost for any team who have been falling behind, or a big headstart for the leading teams.

Catch the PGI.S 2021 Weekly Final 5 from tonight onwards (19 - 21 March) at 6PM LIVE on eGG Network TV (only Day 2 and 3), as well as Twitch and YouTube, followed by Weekly Survival 5 from Tuesday (23 March) onwards at the same time.

PCS 2021 Spring Split

The League of Legends Pacific Championship Series (PCS 2021) Regular Season reaches its final week, and we'll finally be seeing which teams will make it to the double-elimination Playoffs. PCS 2021 Spring Week 5 commences today until Sunday (12 - 14 February) at 4PM daily, with the PCS 2021 English LIVE broadcast and telecasts available on eGG Network TV - here's our TV schedule for our broadcast timings.

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 details can be found on the official PCS website.

Call of Duty: Mobile Garena Invitational

Yoodo RSG will represent Malaysia in COD Mobile Garena Invitational

The CGI 2021 will be pitting the top eight teams across six regions – Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau – to battle for bragging rights as the best COD Mobile professional team in the Asian region.

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

Watch CGI 2021 tonight at 7PM (GMT +8) LIVE on the official COD Mobile Facebook and YouTube pages. The event schedule and information will be available on the aforementioned pages, as well as Instagram.

Wild Rift SEA Icon Series: Preseason - Indonesia & the Philippines

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.

Following the footsteps of fellow competitor, Team Secret, Alliance are the latest organization to plant their roots in the Southeast Asian region with the official announcement of their Wild Rift team. A fitting return for the organization, since its founder, Loda, started off playing Dota 2 in the Singaporean scene in the first place. After trying out a few players over the past couple months, it looks like they have settled on a starting line up after winning the Project ASCEND: MYSG tournament.

Alliance Wild Rift

On paper, the Alliance Wild Rift team looks promising, with championship-winning players in other games, namely League of Legends (the one that matters the most). We also see CwJ (a former Mobile Legends: Bang Bang player for Divinity esports) donning the green and black jersey for this game. The team will be competing in the Singapore leg of the SEA Icon Series: Preseason next week, so keep your eyes peeled then. In the meantime, follow eGG Network for more news and updates on Wild Rift esports!

Another weekend of the SEA Icon Series: Preseason Wild Rift tournament came to a close yesterday, with new winners crowned in two regions.

Taiwan

Flash Wolves were crowned the victors of the SEA Icon Series: Preseason Taiwan, after a gruelling best-of-seven series against ONE Team. Both squads went through the earlier stages of the playoffs undefeated (despite playing best-of-fives) and were the only ones to take games off each other. Unfortunately for ONE Team, Flash Wolves were the better team on Sunday.

Flash Wolves walk away with USD $2,500, while ONE Team $1,250. 3rd place went to ahq e-Sports Club ($750), and 4th MESPORTS ($500). If you want to catch all the action, the replays are on YouTube (Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4).

Thailand

For the Thai leg of the tournament, things got a little more interesting - the grand finals was a rematch of Saturday's winner bracket finals, which saw Invate Esports paying EVOS Esports TH back for knocking them down to the lower bracket. Invate dished out some heavy punishment and destroyed the grand finals in a 3-0 stomp - playing like a completely different team from the day before.

Invate Esports won $2,500, EVOS Esports TH $1,250, Clutch Gamers $750, and Made In Thailand $500. Watch the replays here (Day 1, Day 2).


Based on the picks of the past three weeks, we can start to see some trends emerging - Braum and Gragas have been top-tier picks, highly valued by most of the regions, along with champs like Kai'Sa (TH and VN), Corki (VN and TW), and Oriana (TH and MY). Each region also has preferences for champs that aren't as favoured in the rest of SEA. We can't wait to see what the games will be like once the regions start mixing with each other.

The Wild Rift SEA Icon Series: Preseason continues this weekend. Make sure you stay tuned to eGG Network to catch all the action!

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