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Impak dua nama besar dalam industri E-sukan iaitu KOL Faris Zakaria 'Soloz' dan Nureddy Nursal 'Daddy Hood' mampu mendidik dan melahirkan ramai anak muda untuk berjaya dalam bidang e-sukan.

Daddyhood berkata mereka menerima jemputan dari Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Bertindak Pembangunan Belia dan Sukan negeri, Datuk Mohamad Taufek Abd Ghani ke kediaman rasmi Menteri Besar bagi membincangkan hal pembangunan berkaitan e-Sukan.

"Saya dan Soloz ke Negeri Sembilan untuk membincangkan hal pembangunan E-sukan memandangkan YB Taufek antara yang paling agresif dalam menaikkan E-sukan di Negeri Sembilan.

"Antara kerjasama yang dibuat adalah bila mana dia terlibat sama dalam pembangunan pasukan PUBGM Profesional di sana iaitu TABAH NSEA," katanya, ketika dihubungi.

Apa yang membanggakan, Daddyhood dan Soloz turut menyumbangkan dana bagi pembangunan belia di Negeri Sembilan.

Sementara itu, mereka juga turut menyampaikan sumbangan skim perlindungan takaful kepada 500 'budak penghantar' rider bagi mengurangkan beban ditanggung golongan itu dalam satu majlis Skim Takaful Tabung Pembangunan Belia Harapan Negeri Sembilan (Tabah).

"Sumbangan ini kepada rider memandangkan rider antara frontliner sepanjang pandemik dan juga berisiko tinggi di jalan raya.

"Sebagai orang dalam industri Esukan ni, khidmat rider antara yang paling kerap kami gunakan sepanjang PKP ni. Bole kata hari-hari ada rider datang. Jadi, kita support kembali komuniti rider yang sentiasa berkhidmat untuk masyarakat," katanya.

Daddyhood berkata, pihaknya sering melakukan aktiviti tanggungjawab sosial korporat (CSR)

"Saya dan rakan-rakan yang lain banyak kali melakukan aktiviti sebegini tetapi untuk program lebih teratur itu jarang diadakan," katanya.

Merdeka!. Itulah laungan merdeka dari KOL terkenal Mohd Fariz “Soloz” Zakaria yang menjadi suara pada emote Badang apabila berkolaberasi bersama Moonton bagi menyambut bulan Kemerdekaan Malaysia yang ke-64.

Ini menandakan Mobile Legends: Bang Bang emote pertama yang menampilkan Bahasa Melayu (BM) dalam permainan, disuarakan oleh Soloz.

Emote Badang dengan laungan MERDEKA! (SOLOZ)

Menurutnya, dia tidak percaya dengan perkara ini pada awalnya selepas pihak Moonton menyatakan hasrat untuk menggunakan suaranya bagi emote Badang simbolik dengan Malaysia.

"Rasa gembira kerana menjadi orang pertama dalam Malaysia untuk melakukan suara pada emote Badang dan melaungkan Merdeka.

"Terima kasih Moontoon kerana memberi peluang kepada saya dan yakin dengan suara saya untuk emote Badang," katanya.

Menurutnya, Badang adalah kerekter pahlawan dahulu dan mempunyai fizikal susuk tubuh yang sasa dan suara yang perlu dihasilkan perlu keras.

"Pada mulanya rasa macam tidak kena suara saya dengan Badang, namun selepas mendapat kata-kata semangat dari Daddyhood dan rakan lain. Saya buat yang terbaik.

Soloz berkata dia mengambil masa 10 ke 15 minit untuk membuat rekod terhadap suara latar itu.

"Laungan Merdeka sekali saja tetapi mengambil masa agak lama kerana perlu pengamatan yang tepat bagi melaungkan dengan penuh semangat," katanya.

Soloz berkata, untuk mendapatkan emote, pemain perlu log masuk ke Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Bang selama lima hari - bermula dari 26 Ogos hingga 1 September.

"Saya tidak sabar untuk menonton penggemar spam atau menggunakan emote semasa perlawanan. Ini adalah pengalaman yang menyeronokkan untuk menyuarakan emote, dan saya berharap peminat Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Malaysia untuk mendapatkannya".

Ekspresi dinamik menampilkan wira negara Malaysia, Badang, mengibarkan bendera negara yang akan datang dengan pita biru dan merah yang terbang tepat di sekelilingnya.

Jika anda seorang pengemar adegan permainan PUBG Mobile, pasti anda menyaksikan PUBG Malaysia National Championship (PMNC 2021) yang baru saja melabuhkan tirai dan empat pasukan sudah melayakkan diri ke PMPL MY / SG Musim 4 atau anda hanya suka bermain 'pertempuran royale' Tencent seperti kami, anda juga mungkin termimpi ingin menjadikan hobi anda menjadi realiti sebagai pemain PUBG Mobile profesional tempatan mahupun antarabangsa. Nah, kami mempunyai berita baik untuk anda – Ia adalah 100% boleh terjadi.

"Ia sebenarnya sama seperti menjadi profesional dalam sukan sedia ada dan ianya secara kebetulan dari hobi beralih kepada karier," kata Muhammad Aiman Mohamed Halim (Slydd) merupakan jurulatih team Anti Circle, salah satu daripada 16 pasukan jemputan PMPL MY/SG Musim 3.

Bekas profesional PUBG PC itu, menasihatkan kepada sesiapa bercita-cita ingin menjadi pemain pro antara salah satu cara terbaik adalah bermain PUBG Mobile's Classic Mode sebanyak mungkin.

Menurutnya, nisbah K/D (bunuh/kematian) anda kelihatan luar biasa. Ini akan membuka mata pencari bakat dan seumpamanya yang memberi tumpuan kepada statistik pemain seseorang dan mengecilkan pemilihan pemain yang berpotensi.

"Jadi jika anda mempunyai nisbah K/D yang baik, anda pastinya akan menjadi perhatian 'mata-mata' pencari bakat dan mereka akan lebih bersedia untuk mencuba anda untuk pasukan mereka," kata Slydd.

Slydd berkata, jika mereka sudah bermain sepasukan, mengapa tidak membentuk pasukan ragtag anda sendiri? Ini akan membolehkan anda bersaing dalam pertandingan yang lebih kecil sebelum dapat mengambil bahagian dalam pertandingan peringkat lebih tinggi.

"Jika anda berjaya masuk ke kejohanan utama, di situlah semua pencarian bakat berlaku.

"Malah pasukan besar mempunyai rombakan jadual, jadi mereka akan mencari bakat atau pemain baharu dalam kejohanan ini untuk merekrut mereka." jelas Slydd.

Selain daripada apa yang dikongsi oleh bekas ahli SEAGM Wolf, anda juga boleh memuat naik kandungan permainan PUBG Mobile anda.

Sama ada melalui penstriman atau rakaman video di platform media sosial dan jika bertuah anda akan disedari.

"Ini sebenarnya bagaimana Secret Jin's Rex (bekas ahli Rahsia Pasukan) mendapat tiketnya ke tempat kejadian profesional, selepas Uhigh Team Secret terjumpa muat naik permainannya di Instagram dan kagum dengan permainannya.,"katanya.

Walau bagaimanapun, individu berkenaan perlu memikir panjang dan perlu bersedia untuk meneruskan karier dalam e-sukan PUBG Mobile Malaysia, jurulatih Slydd berkata perjalanan untuk kearah itu tidak tidak semudah dijangkakan dan pelbagai onak duri perlu ditempuh.

"Anda boleh mencuba untuk pergi kearah itu, tetapi sekurang-kurangnya bersedia dan sekiranya terjadi sesuatu anda masih boleh meneruskan kehidupan.

"Sama ada mempunyai pekerjaan dengan pendapatan yang kukuh atau mendapatkan diploma atau ijazah terlebih dahulu sebelum mencubanya,

supaya jika anda jatuh anda tidak jatuh terduduk, dan anda mempunyai sesuatu untuk bangkit kembali. Seseorang tidak boleh terlalu berhati-hati dalam pilihanya.

Nantikan wawancara penuh kami dengan pasukan Anti Circle, yang akan bertanding dalam PUBG Mobile Professional League Spring Split 2021.

Ikuti laman Permainan Facebook Slydd's Facebook Gaming page untuk aliran PUBG dan laman Instagram Anti Circle.

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We know that the end of Ramadan is usually an occasion to be celebrated with all-out feasts and partying, but under our current circumstances, it isn’t the wisest thing to do. Since it can be difficult to stay put, some of your favourite Facebook Gaming Creators and PUBG Mobile have decided to put on a show to make being at home more entertaining.

Featuring a cast of some of the biggest names in the local FB Gaming community, the Ramadan Wisdom Show will be a series of livestreams helmed by Soloz, DaddyHood, XK Penjahat and Obot Gaming of Team Bosskurr! A mix of PUBG Mobile gameplay, chilling out and casual chatting; it will be the perfect show to buka puasa with!

In addition to the hours of entertainment you’ll be getting from watching the livestream, there will be opportunities to win ample prizes and join the Bosskurr boys for some thrilling matches (tune in to find out how). In addition to playing on the latest PUBG Mobile map, Karakin, the are many more special activities on the show which we won’t spoil for you right now but it’s going to be lit.

The streams will run from 8-10pm on the following dates on the PUBG Mobile MY Facebook Page:

Make sure to mark them on your calendar because nothing is wiser than staying home during this pandemic. Stay safe and happy holidays everyone! Follow PUBG Mobile Malaysia and eGG Network for the latest updates!

Ever wanted to show how good you were at VALORANT to not one, but five superstars in the gaming sphere? Well, you're in luck, as fans can stand a chance to assemble their five-stacks to play against Soloz, SiuPakChoi, MelRomeo, Afiq "Chii" and Rimau Gaming! On 26 March, viewers will be treated to 5 rounds of showmatches between these talents and the few lucky fans out there.

Gun Goes BRRR showmatch breakdown:

The first two rounds will feature a total of two five-stacks that will be randomly selected to participate in a Custom Unrated match each against the star-studded creator lineup. On top of being selected, each player on the selected team will also receive exclusive VALORANT swag to boot. The remaining three rounds will be Escalation mode matches, where viewers will actually have a chance to join in on VALORANT's chaotic fun gun game mode.

For more info on how to participate, interested participants can sign up via this form here. Registrations are open from today onwards so be sure to grab your buds and assemble your agent comps before it's too late! Be sure to also catch these exciting showmatches live on 26 March @7PM (GMT+8) LIVE on eGG Network's Facebook page.

It’s not uncommon for video game content creators to have their own esports teams. But, when you have a superstar Facebook Gaming streamer like maharaja (literally “emperor”) Mohd Fariz “Soloz” Zakaria funding your endeavours, it’s a daunting privilege. At least, according to the professional PUBG Mobile team, the Anti Circle squad, who will be participating in the PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore Spring Split 2021 (PMPL MY/SG Season 3).

Shah Rizuan “SuperBoy” bin Mohamad Shaari - IGL/Support
Rosandi Hadi “Noxxy” bin Ahmad Nawawi - Rusher
Ikmal Hidayat “SniperMan” bin Mohd Rais - Rusher/Sniper
Muhammad Asnawi “Neo” bin Azhar - Support
Muhammad Ilham “Harm” bin A Muzabar - Scout

Muhammad Aiman “Slydd” bin Mohamed Halim - Coach

“We are absolutely happy to be sponsored by Soloz,” Shah Rizuan “SuperBoy” bin Mohamad Shaari expressed, conversely adding that they also feel the pressure of being a Soloz-sponsored squad. “We carry his name, so everything we do will affect him, which is why we’re careful.” 

Even so, Anti Circle’s situation isn’t as intimidating as it sounds - in fact, their benefactor is hardly twisting their arms. “Soloz is pretty much how you see him during streams, gentle and soft-spoken,” Superboy said, explaining that he just wants the five-man squad to do the best they can and nothing more. “He actually doesn’t like us referring to him as the owner. We’re more like comrades in arms, moving forward together.”

Soloz.

And progressed, they did, from a semi-pro team to full-fledged professional esports players. Before Anti Circle were formed, the current roster - save for a few minor changes - played under the name of Marlino inSouth in last season’s PMPL MY/SG, placing ninth in the Finals that secured them a spot in the current season. “We did the best we could, and I think it was enough for an underdog team like us,” the captain said. 

It was definitely enough to catch the attention of Soloz, who saw the potential and talent they displayed in the PUBG Mobile tournament. “Each player will be given a fixed salary every month, facilities and other related aspects that will be improved over time,” Soloz said in an interview with WTM Today last year, with Anti Circle currently residing and training in their very own gaming house. It’s a huge leap for the players, especially on the gameplay front.

“We learned that first-tier teams play on a whole new level,” Muhammad Asnawi “Neo” bin Azhar shared. The support member elaborated that their current opponents are more tactical, and that “every single thing should be taken into account” when competing. “You can’t just play randomly.” It’s no wonder they’ve been training for PMPL MY/SG Season 3 up to eight hours daily via scrims, with coach Muhammad Aiman “Slydd” bin Mohamed Halim guiding them to elevate the team since January this year.

“We decided to get a coach so that we can improve strategically and change our gameplay for the better,” revealed Slydd, who’s a former PUBG PC player for SEAGM.WULF (yes, he was a teammate of Yoodo Gank’s coach, Hahagus). Instead of micromanaging their gameplay, Slydd helps the team realise the mistakes they were unknowingly making. “I also focus more on the team’s movement and momentum together, as well as their decision-making.” Even on rest days, the Anti Circle members are playing Classic Mode to keep their firepower hot and ready.

Slydd.

Though their current pursuit is considered arduous, it’s always been the case for Anti Circle’s players. “Some of us stopped working, and the rest held off their studies to try entering the PUBG Mobile esports scene,” Superboy divulged. He left his corporate job to pursue this after winning numerous small tournaments with his team, believing that they could go far. 

Both Neo and Harm are balancing their esports lives and studies (the latter is studying computer engineering, and the former in Form Five), while SniperMan quit his occupation as a sailor to become serious with esports, despite objections from his parents. “When we finally reached this level, we felt that a lot of our sacrifices have finally paid off.”

Anti Circle will once again be battling fellow professional teams in PMPL MY/SG Season 3, and the one squad they’re excited to battle with is Dingoz MPX. Why? Because Dingoz MPX’s coach, Pasha, is actually Slydd’s little brother. 

“Since Slydd is the older one, we feel that we should be the one to perform better,” Neo said jokingly. “No hard feelings though, we respect the competition.” PMPL MY/SG Season 3 will be the time that Anti Circle can immediately for Season 4 - as long as they’re in Top 12, which they’re aiming for - as well as tickets to PMPL SEA Finals Season 3.

Follow Anti Circle on Instagram for more updates on the team.

PMPL MY/SG Season 3 begins 24 March, 4.30PM (GMT +8), broadcast LIVE on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page and YouTube.

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