The PUBG Mobile Malaysia National Championship 2021 is finally reaching its conclusion, with the 16 teams left vying for four seats to the upcoming PMPL MY/SG Season 4 (PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore). The bottom four of last season's PMPL MY/SG teams, Yoodo Gank, Team Bosskurr, Todak and NSEA will also battling for those tickets, so everyone would need to buck up to earn their place, as well as a share of the RM100,000 prize pool.
The PMNC 2021 Ladies Battle Finals will be running in the first two days of the series too, as well as an all-star show match on Day 3.
PMNC 2021 Grand Finals runs today until Sunday (16 - 18 July) at 12PM daily, LIVE on PUBG Mobile Facebook.
Facebook Gaming Creators can be serious gamers too, evidenced by the top Mobile Legends: Bang Bang streamers across Southeast Asia facing off one another in the Regional Grand Finals of Facebook Gaming Creator Games: Rise to Greatness. A US$113,000 prize pool is up for grabs, but which streamer squad will best everyone else to win the lion's share?
After two days of Group Stage, UndeRank, SDGR EBLIZ, and SEM9 are currently in the top 3 of the Wild Rift SEA Icon Series Malaysia Fall Season. Will they be able to retain their positions in the following weeks?
Looks like déjà vu with PSG Talon and Mega Bank Beyond Gaming (the top 2 teams of PCS 2021 last season) taking the throne once again in Week 1 of PCS 2021 Summer. Will they be able to hold their ground against the other eight top tier League of Legends teams from Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Hong Kong?
PCS 2021 Summer is currently running every Friday to Sunday, with Week 2 matches happening today onwards (16 - 18 July) at 4PM daily. 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 English, Mandarin and Thai, with Huya for simplified Chinese.
More info on LoL PCS 2021 Summer can be found on the official website.
The Super Smash Bros. Invitational will be pitting the best of the best e-fighters against each other in the Olympic-themed esports event, with a US$140,000+ prize pool on the line.
It's the biggest showdown of the year for Arena of Valor esports, with Thailand's Talon Esports and Taiwan's Most Outstanding Player (MOP) duking it out in the Grand Finals. They previously butt heads in the upper bracket semi-finals with Talon emerging victorious 4-2, but MOP is back for more after decimating Saigon Phantom 4-0 in the lower bracket. Which finalist will be mopping the floor with whom to come out on top?
AWC 2021 Grand Finals commence this Sunday (18 July) at 5PM. The AoV global series is available live on Facebook and YouTube, in five languages - English, Bahasa Indonesia, Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese.
Dates: 16 - 19 July, 11AM; 22 - 25 July, 7AM (Live).
Where to watch: eGG Network TV.
*All times listed are in GMT +8.