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MPL SG Season 1 Playoffs

Eight Singaporean MLBB pro teams will be facing off one last time for the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Singapore (MPL SG) Season 1 championship title! Who will it be, and who will be the top 2 teams to represent Singapore in the MLBB SEA Cup (MSC) 2021?

Catch the MPL SG Season 1 Playoffs today until Sunday (7 - 9 May) at 1PM daily, LIVE on MPL-SG Facebook and MLBB YouTube.

LoL 2021 Mid-Season Invitational

MSI 2021 is the biggest League of Legends offline esports tournament in Iceland to be held right now, with the world's top teams competing for prize money, as well as precious points to progress to Worlds 2021.

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

MSI 2021 Week 1 will continue today until Tuesday (7 - 11 May) at 9PM LIVE on eGG Network TV or https://lolesports.com/.

ESL Mobile Open 2021: Wild Rift ICON Series Malaysia

We've got our top 4 teams who are advancing to the Playoffs of the LoL: Wild Rift ICON Series SEA Summer Season 2021! As for the bottom 3, there's still hope - one final Playoffs ticket is up for grabs in the Last Chance Gauntlet match day. Witness who will be the final team to qualify for the Playoffs!

Catch the Last Chance Gauntlet on Monday (10 May) at 5PM LIVE on ESL Malaysia Youtube and Facebook.

MPL-PH Season 7 Week 6

Two weeks left of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Philippines (MPL-PH) Regular Season. AURA PH finally snatched the top in Group A, though their opponents are still pretty close behind. In Group B, despite losing two matches last week, Blacklist International are still far ahead of the pack with a seven-point lead.

MPL-PH Season 7 Regular Season continues today (7 May) at 6PM, with the weekend matches (8 and 9 May) at 4.30PM daily, LIVE on MPL-PH FB.

Dota Pro Circuit 2021: Season 2

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.

LoL 2021 Mid-Season Invitational

Watch the LoL 2021 Mid-Season Invitational on eGG Network TV!

MSI 2021 is the next big League of Legends offline esports tournament in Iceland, with the world's best teams competing for prize money, as well as precious points to progress to Worlds 2021.

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

MSI 2021 will begin 6 May at 9PM LIVE on eGG Network TV or https://lolesports.com/, running all the way until 23 May.

ESL Mobile Open 2021: Wild Rift ICON Series Malaysia

We're halfway through the group stage of the LoL: Wild Rift ICON Series SEA Summer Season 2021! Who will be the final five teams to advance to the Playoffs in June?

Catch the next phase of group stage continues today and Thursday (3 & 6 May) at 5PM LIVE on eGG Network TV, Youtube and Facebook.

E1 Championship Season 1

League leader Muhammad Aleef (Team Flash) has proven once again why he's the best of the best, garnering 52 total points in last week's race, 20 points more than Round 4 runner-up Mika Hakimi (RSG). With his fantastic performance and Naquib Azlan's unusually poor performance, Aleef is now ahead with a whopping number of 79 points.

The E1 Championship continues next Wednesday (5 May) in Motorland Aragon, Spain at 9PM, LIVE on eGG Network TV and Facebook.

MPL-PH Season 7 Week 6

Date and time: 7 - 9 May.
Where to watch: MPL-PH FB.

Dota Pro Circuit 2021: Season 2

The upper and lower divisions of DPC resumes for all regions. You can check out the full schedule on Liquipedia, but make sure to catch the SEA league on eGG Network TV!

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

PMPL MY/SG Season 3 Country Finals

Three more Country Finals match days are left to round up the PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore Spring Split 2021! Will Dingoz MPX be able to repeat their success and win the champion's share of the US$56,200 Finals prize pool, or will other teams rise up to the occasion?

Related: PMPL MY/SG Season 3 - Who would probably win the Country Finals?

Catch the PMPL MY/SG Season 3 Country Finals tonight onwards (23 - 25 April) at 5.30PM daily, LIVE on Facebook, YouTube and WeTV.

ESL Mobile Open 2021: Wild Rift ICON Series Malaysia

The group stage of LoL: Wild Rift ICON Series SEA Summer Season 2021 Malaysia pits the top eight teams across the country in a single round-robin group stage, followed by the epic Finals, where the top five group stage teams battling in a double-elimination bracket to prove who's the apex Wild Rift pro team in the region.

Catch the next phase of group stage continues next Monday and Thursday (26 & 29 April) at 5PM LIVE on eGG Network TV, Youtube and Facebook

E1 Championship Season 1

The champion has returned! Naquib Azlan of Stratos Motorsports dominated every race last night at the Watkins Glen International circuit, with a 12-point lead ahead of everyone else. His performance pushed him to second in the championship standings, 30 points behind current league leader Muhammad Aleef of Team Flash.

The E1 Championship continues next Wednesday (28 April) in Suzuka Circuit, Japan at 9PM, LIVE on eGG Network TV and Facebook.

MPL SG Season 1 - Regular Season Final Week 4

Date and time: 24 April, 1PM.
Where to watch: MPL SG FB

MPL-MY Season 7 Week 7

Date and time: 23 April, 2.15PM; 24 - 25 April, 11AM.
Where to watch: LIVE on eGG Network FB and TV.

Related: Flawless Week for Todak! MPL-MY S7 Week 6 Results

MPL-PH Season 7 Week 4

Date and time: 22 - 25 April, 3PM daily.
Where to watch: MPL-PH FB.

Dota Pro Circuit 2021: Season 2

The upper and lower divisions of DPC resumes for all regions. You can check out the full schedule on Liquipedia, but make sure to catch the SEA league on eGG Network TV!

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

BLAST Premier Spring Showdown 2021

16 of the world's best Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) professional esports teams in one single tournament. The international BLAST Premier Spring Showdown 2021 continues, as the world's top 16 Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) teams gun for the US$162,500 prize pool and two tickets to the BLAST Premier Spring Finals 2021.

The BLAST Premier Spring Showdown 2021 resumes tonight (16 April) 9PM LIVE on eGG Network TV, Twitch and YouTube, every day until Sunday (18 April) at the same time.

PCS 2021 Spring Split Playoffs

Date: 16 - 18 April (Bracket finals & Grand Finals), 5PM daily.
Where to watch: The English broadcast will be streamed LIVE on eGG Network TV! 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.

ESL Mobile Open LoL: Wild Rift ICON Series SEA Summer Season 2021

The group stage of LoL: Wild Rift ICON Series SEA Summer Season 2021 will pit the top eight teams across Malaysia and Thailand against each other in a single round robin group stage, followed by the epic Finals, where the top five group stage teams battling in a double elimination bracket to prove who's the apex Wild Rift pro team in the region.

Catch the first two days of group stage action on Monday and Thursday (19 & 22 April) at 5PM LIVE on eGG Network TV, Youtube and Facebook

E1 Championship Season 1

Mikko Nassi is back with a vengeance, taking the top spot in Race 2 in the last round at Hockenheimring. His comeback performance propelled him up to second place, just 14 points behind current league leader Muhammad Aleef and three points ahead of last season's champion, Naquib Azlan.

The E1 Championship continues next Wednesday (21 April) in the Watkins Glen International circuit at 9PM, LIVE on eGG Network TV and Facebook.

MPL-MY Season 7 Week 5

Date and time: 16 - 18 April, 3PM daily.
Where to watch: LIVE on eGG Network FB and TV.

Related: HomeBois with the upset, Bosskurr still struggling: MPL-MY S7 Week 5 Results

MPL SG Season 1 - Regular Season Week 3

After Kingsmen vanquished EVOS SG, now the only flawless team that remain are Notorious Villains. In other news, Explorer's victory against Forsaken allowed them to climb up the ranks with their first win.

Date and time: 17 - 18 April, 1PM daily.
Where to watch: MPL SG FB

MPL-PH Season 7 Week 3

Week 3 of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Philippines (MPL-PH) Season 7 has finally resumed yesterday.

Date and time: 15 - 18 April, 2PM daily.
Where to watch: MPL-PH FB.

Dota Pro Circuit 2021: Season 2

The upper and lower divisions of DPC resumes for all regions. You can check out the full schedule on Liquipedia, but don't forget that you can catch the SEA league on eGG Network TV!

PMPL MY/SG Season 3 Country Finals

Three more Country Finals match days are left to round up the PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore Spring Split 2021! Will Dingoz MPX be able to repeat their success and win the champion's share of the US$56,200 Finals prize pool, or will other teams rise up to the occasion?

Catch the PMPL MY/SG Season 3 Country Finals next Friday onwards (23 - 25 April) at 5.30PM daily, LIVE on Facebook, YouTube and WeTV.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

PMPL MY/SG Season 3 - Weekday #2 Day 3 & Super Weekend 3

The final few League Season match days of the PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore Spring Split 2021 are upon us. Will RSG, Yoodo Gank, Team Bosskurr and Team SMG be able to clutch a spot in the final Super Weekend?

Catch PMPL MY/SG Season 3 today and this weekend at 5.30PM daily, LIVE on Facebook, YouTube and WeTV.

Read more: 5 tactics we learned from the pros in Super Weekend 2

Predator League 2021 APAC Grand Finals

The Predator League reaches its epic conclusion this weekend, with the apex pro players of PUBG PC and Dota 2 across Asia Pacific battling for the championship title and a slice of the US$400,000 prize pool.

Catch the Predator League 2021 Asia Pacific Grand Finals from today until this Sunday (9 - 11 April) LIVE on eGG Network TV, Facebook and Twitch.

BLAST Premier Spring Showdown 2021

16 of the world's best Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) professional esports teams in one single tournament. The BLAST Premier returns with the Spring Showdown, with the best of the best battling for the US$162,500 prize pool, BLAST Premier points, and last but definitely not least, two seats to the BLAST Premier Spring Finals 2021.

The BLAST Premier Spring Showdown 2021 will be broadcast LIVE on eGG Network TV, Twitch and YouTube next Tuesday onwards (13 - 18 April).

E1 Championship Season 1

Team Flash's Ar Muhammad Aleef made an impressive E1 Championship debut two days ago, in the very first match day of the Asia Pacific premier sim racing tournament! Will the racing veteran be able to repeat his success in next week's race at Hockenheimring, Germany?

The E1 Championship continues next Wednesday (7 April) at 9PM, LIVE on eGG Network TV and Facebook.

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

Now it's time for the TEKKEN 7 pro e-fighters to take the stage in the WePlay Ultimate Fighting League! The fighting league commenced today at 3AM, with matches running daily until Monday (12 April).

Watch WULF Season 1 LIVE on eGG Network TV, or Twitch for online users.

MPL-MY Season 7 Week 5

Date and time: 9 - 11 April, 3PM daily.
Where to watch: eGG Network FB and TV (check out our TV broadcast schedule).

Related: RSG MY shatters Suhaz EVOS’ winning spree! MPL MY S7 Week 4 recap

PCS 2021 Spring Split Playoffs

Date: 9 - 11 April (Lower-bracket round)
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.

MPL SG Season 1 - Regular Season Week 2

Date and time: 10 - 11 April, 1PM daily.
Where to watch: MPL SG FB

MPL-PH Season 7 Week 3

Week 3 of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Philippines (MPL-PH) Season 7 was temporarily delayed, due to the extension of the Enhanced Community Quarantine in the country.

Date and time: 15 - 18 April, 2PM daily.
Where to watch: MPL-PH FB.

Dota Pro Circuit 2021: Season 2

After Invictus Gaming won the first major, it's time for teams to resume the grind to get to the next major. Qualifiers for the lower division have been going on this past week and will be settled by the end of today - just in time for the new Dota 2 patch. Starting next week, the DPC will be resuming, with matches from the upper and lower divisions of all regions - too many to list here, but do check out the Liquipedia schedule, and catch the SEA league on eGG Network TV!

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

Bullets, smoke and explosions abounded in last weekend's PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore Spring Split 2021 (PMPL MY/SG Season 3), with Yoodo Gank currently leading the pack with a 16-point headstart, as well as an epic comeback by Dingoz MPX. And just like Super Weekend 1, the second Super Weekend of PMPL MY/SG Season 3 had its fill of smart plays nicely executed by its professional participants.

Here are some of the tactics that these pro players pulled off:

1. Divide and conquer

Unlike horror films where splitting up is always a bad idea, Yoodo Gank employed this tactic to pure artistry - no wonder why they won their first Super Weekend 2 Chicken Dinner.

It was in Sanhok (first match of Day 1) that the local fan favourites pulled this off, with each member securing a hill of their own in the mountains next to Camp Alpha. To their good fortune, the first few circles were in their favour since the start, so they needn't budge.

Red - Bravo; Green - ManParang; Blue - Draxx; and Orange - Putra.

With the vantage point they had and the top-tier skills of every individual player, they managed to rake in as many as 11 kills from just one locale.

Even when outside the final circles, they stood their ground to snipe and kill steal anyone below them, because they knew they could defend their positions easily.

It was an extremely risky strategy, but as long as they trusted each other to not over-peek and avoid getting knocked down, it's one of the best moves a team can pull off. They also had the high ground, which is almost always good.

Hello from the upper side.

Yoodo Gank also executed this spread during Super Weekend 1 but in Miramar, resulting in huge success as well. Looks like they're aware of how effective this approach can be and repeated it in the latest weekend.

2. Spare no one

Downed opponents may seem harmless at first glance, especially when it's not safe for their friends to revive them, but they can still turn the odds to the team's favour if they're smart about it. So, it can be dangerous to leave them alone in the middle of a fight, something that Team Whales acknowledged at the ending of Day 2 Match 2.

XinB prones his way to the final showdown.

In the final 1v1 battle between XinB and Dingoz MPX's Pemburu (kudos to him as well. We'll touch this next), the Team Whales support player was approaching his opponent when he stumbled across his downed teammates, IronPRO and Appy, whom he swiftly killed.

If XinB was laser-focused on Pemburu, it would've lowered his chances of walking away unscathed. This is because the pair was gathering intel and keeping Pemburu abreast on XinB's actions, so he could better decide what to do.

And on the off-chance that XinB lost the fight against Pemburu (in my opinion, it was a 50-50 face-off), at least he secured two more kill points to aid in their overall standings. Every single point counts!

Even Pemburu did the same, eliminating the downed Looyou for the same reason prior to the showdown.

If XinB lost, at least Team Whales would still have the highest kill count per match in Super Weekend 2.

3. Hello from the other side

Though flanking (attacking from the side) is a cliché gunfight tactic, it's a tried and true method that works better than it sounds, and teams are still using this to great effect, such as Dingoz MPX in two matches.

Pemburu's position is an unorthodox one with no cover, making it the least expected place for Whales to look out for too.

Despite losing to Team Whales in the aforementioned match, Dingoz MPX's Pemburu was actually in a 1v3 situation when Looyou and InSomnus were still alive. However, by peeling away from his teammates, who had Team Whales' undivided attention, Pemburu managed to surprise the pair while lying prone on the flat grassland, evening the odds.

Example #2.

Also, in the finale against Team SMG on the first day of Super Weekend 2, Pemburu and Appy were left to end SMG's last remaining member, Six, who had cover to stay alive.

With no grenades left, Appy ran to the side of Six to get a clear shot of the rusher, catching him off guard when Appy suddenly relocated himself. But of course, it's dangerous to run out in an open field like that, which brings us to ...

4. Run, drop and repeat

The safest way to move (crawling) would no doubt be the slowest way to relocate oneself, as pros and cons go. On the other hand, moving like a tortoise the entire time isn't always conducive, and here's why.

When flanking Team SMG's Six in the previous match, Appy already had the info that A) Six's health is low after damaging him, and B) and his last buddy Bard is probably still knocked down. If Appy played it safe and crawled all the way, Six would heal himself completely and even revive Bard to even the odds.

So, Appy played a dangerous game to run and drop prone repeatedly to close the distance faster. At least when he lies prone, he'll be less visible and harder to shoot at.

Well, it worked in Appy's favour, and Dingoz got their first Chicken Dinner in the Super Weekend.

5. Timing is important

Have you ever gotten a piece of life advice along the lines of "don't wait, the time will never be just right" or "carpe diem"? Well, buck that, because timing your actions can be a matter of loss or victory in the PMPLs.

A prime example would be Team Secret crashing the party in the fourth match of Day 2, where they weren't invited to the get-together between TRX Esports, Dingoz MPX and Team SMG.

The wedding crashers.

Knowing that all of them were inside or around the Bootcamp warehouses, Team Secret waited in the grass for the teams to duke it out first to thin the herd. After Uhigh took the chance to mow down the majority of Team SMG (with TRX indirectly assisting purely out of self-defense), everyone else rushed into the warehouse to finish the deed.

The crazy surprise Uhigh had in store for Team SMG.

If Team Secret decided to ambush earlier, they would've been caught in a crossfire between TRX and SMG, lowering their chances of winning. It's bewildering how a few seconds can be such a game-changer in PUBG Mobile esports.

What other interesting tactics did the PMPL MY/SG S3 teams pull off? Do share your insights in the comments below!

PMPL MY/SG Season 3 continues tomorrow (7 April) at 5.30PM (GMT +8) LIVE on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page and YouTube.

Be sure to follow eGG Network on Facebook and Instagram too for more exclusive content on PMPL MY/SG, including fun facts about your favourite teams!

Our PMPL MY/SG Season 3 updates so far

All the roster changes you need to know for PMPL MY/SG Season 3

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

Team Bosskurr PUBG Mobile: Ready for the next level of PMPL MY/SG Season 3

Anti Circle PUBG Mobile: No longer the underdogs in PMPL MY/SG Season 3

How to go pro in PUBG Mobile, according to Anti Circle coach, Slydd

Al Ikhlas R2K: Back with a vengeance in PMPL MY/SG Season 3

MPX Redline (now JenteraPejuang NSEA): Greatness from small beginnings

All image are courtesy of PUBG Mobile Esports, unless stated otherwise. And thank you to the English casters/analysts of PMPL MY/SG Season 3, Qontra and Sir Cloud for their analysis.

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