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M2 World Championship Playoffs

Eight teams are left vying for the US$300,000 prize pool in the year's biggest Mobile Legends: Bang Bang tournament, theM2 World Championship. Who will come out on top by the end of the week?

Here's everything we've covered for M2 Group Stage:

Catch M2's Playoffs today (22 January) at 11.30AM, and this weekend (23 and 24 January) at 10.30AM LIVE on eGG Network TV, Astro Arena (CH801/CH802 HD) and MLBB Facebook.

PMGC 2020 Grand Finals

The PMGC 2020 Grand Finals will continues tonight until this Sunday (22 - 24 January at 7PM. Do check out Liquipedia for all streaming platforms and other details, but the Grand Finals telecast will also be available on eGG Network TV - check out our TV guide for the full schedule. and be sure to follow eGG Network FB for timely updates on the match.

BLAST Premier 2020 Global Final

Astralis, Team Vitality, Team Liquid, Evil Geniuses, G2 Esports and NaVi are the last teams left fighting for glory in the BLAST Premier 2020 Global Final. 2020 Which Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) team will triumph and bag the US$600,000 champions winnings?

The BLAST Premier 2020 Global Final will be broadcast tonight at 11PM and tomorrow (22 - 23 January) LIVE on eGG Network TV.

Dota Pro Circuit 2021

Dota 2 teams across several regions - Southeast Asia, China, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Europe, and South and North Americas - continue their battle for dominance and the highest DPC points in DPC 2021. eGG Network TV will be broadcasting the SEA Spring Regional League LIVE, so be sure to check out our TV guide for the schedule; for the other leagues, do check out Liquipedia.

Valorant Pacific Open+ Grand Finals

Organised by Cyber Games Arena, the Logitech-powered Valorant Pacific Open+ reaches its conclusion this weekend. The regional tournament features the top Valorant pro teams in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand - plus two more invited teams - who have been gunning for the US$20,000 prize pool. Now, in the Grand Finals, it's down to NXLLIGAGAME (ID) and TeamSMG (SG) who'll be facing off for the championship title, as well as Todak (MY) and Aricat (TH) for third place.

Catch the Valorant Pacific Open+ Grand Finals this Sunday (24 January) LIVE at 1PM, LIVE on Facebook, YouTube and Twitch.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

Following the success of Valorant in Asia Pacific, a large-scale Southeast Asia tournament equivalent has now arrived for its other talented neighbours. Held entirely online, the Logitech G Valorant Pacific Open+ starts from November 2020 and is co-organized by Cyber Games Arena and Riot Games, with Logitech G as its title sponsor. 

Aiming to provide more opportunities to budding talents, 16 teams are invited to represent their own region and battle for a prize pool of up to US$20,000. 2 teams will be directly invited to the Regional phase, with each region featuring 2 representatives. 

The regions in question include:

Up to 128 Malaysian teams can take aim to shoot for the stars during the Malaysia qualifier this 14 November. Registration is free and open right now till 7 November! Winners that advance to the Regional phase will also score some sweet Logitech G gaming gear as a reward.

Prizes (Malaysia Qualifier):

(Total 5 sets)

(Total 5 sets)

For more details, please visit the official event website and the Cyber Games Arena Facebook page.

Valorant Act 3 is finally here, and along with it the 1.10 update. Although new Agent Skye hasn't arrived yet to give Riot Games time to refine the existing experience, at least we have a cool new map to play in. Some of the 1.10 updates have already been covered in our Act 3 coverage, including Icebox map (except for some minor fixes though) and competitive, so we'll brief you on the rest.

Icebox fixes

Deathmatch

Battlepass

You can check out the official Valorant website for a full, detailed rundown of Patch 1.10.

But, that's not all. On the esports side, Riot Games SEA unveiled its 2021 esports and collegiate competitive blueprint for its tactical shooter, comprising regional tournaments that serve as platforms for aspiring Valorant professional players across Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Hong Kong. These competitions will be made possible through collaborations with various esports organisations in the region, who will also run merit-based qualifiers for the global series Valorant First Strike, including:

The next known Valorant tournament to happen soon is the Valorant Pacific Open+, in partnership with Logitech. 14 teams across Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand will rise from their respective two-day Qualifiers and advance to the main event, where they'll be joined by two invited teams at the Finals to fight for the US$20,000 prize pool and premium Logitech equipment.

Registration is absolutely free, ending on 7 November. The Qualifiers will take place on 14 and 15 November. Click here to register.

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Posted by Logitech on Isnin, 12 Oktober 2020
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