After the success of the Asian Touring Car Series, Adrenaline Impact and Vertex Esports are back with a new tournament, this time joining forces with SDeal Gaming, Simmatch and Torqu3 Lubricant Malaysia to launch the SDeal Saga Cup. Another Assetto Corsa event, this tournament pays homage to Malaysia and its most iconic vehicle, the Proton Saga. Yes, you heard that right. Competitors will be taking the 1985 car onto the racetrack.
With how involved the country is in motorsports and how many fans of the sport we have here, it only seems fitting to have Malaysia's very first car as the star of this event. Because it's not the most common choice when it comes to sim racing, it's going to make things even more interesting to watch. How often do you get to see Proton Sagas in high-speed races of this calibre? Exactly.
Qualifying races will be held at the Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia while the main races will take place at undisclosed locations (for now). Joining the racers will also be a cast of invited drivers and influencers - whose identities will be revealed at a later date.
To make it worth the competitors' time, the organizers have got some attractive prizes for the winners. A VNM Shifter, an aluminium racing rig, Torqu3 lubricants, and additional goodies for viewers who tune in. If you're keen on competing, just head over to the official form to sign up. As long as you can race in Assetto Corsa, you're eligible. To watch the tournament, follow Vertex Esports or Adrenaline Impact on Facebook for the livestreams. Galeri Kereta, the official media partner will also be hosting a Corolla KE30 giveaway to celebrate exceeding 1 million followers, find out more!
There's never been a better time to be into e-motorsports - with the pandemic going on, people are getting their fix of high-speed racing virtually and there's another tournament to join the fray. Adrenaline Impact, Vertex Esports, Galeri Kereta, Reiber Racing and Android King have recently announced a new racing series: Asian Touring Car Series (ATCS) that will be played on Assetto Corsa, a highly immersive racing sim.
The qualifiers ended last week, and starting this Friday, 10 September, the ATCS will have 20 drivers face off in weekly races on 4 different courses throughout the course of the tournament. If this sounds like your kind of jam, do tune in for the Qualifying Post Show tonight, at 7 pm on the Adrenaline Impact Facebook Page or YouTube channel to find out more about the event. The ATCS will run until 1st October, with a series post show on 4th October. Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines!
It's a fantastic weekend for Mobile Legends: Bang Bang esports fans, with the Playoffs for MPL Malaysia and MPL Philippines currently underway. Who will be the ultimate MLBB professional in these countries?
MPL MY S7 Playoffs continues today (29 May) at 10.30AM and tomorrow (30 May) at 11.30AM, LIVE on Facebook.
MPL PH S7 Playoffs Day 2 begins today (29 May) at 3PM, followed by Day 3 tomorrow (30 May) at 1PM, LIVE on Facebook.
Season Zero champion Naquib Azlan was back on track in Round 7, with Muhammad Aleef (Team Flash) trailing behind in seventh place. However, Aleef still remains the current league leader with a 29-point lead. Will he be the new victor of the E1 Championship?
The Wild Rift Malaysian tournament begins its conclusion with the Playoffs! The top 5 teams of Group Stage will be battling it out over a three-day Playoffs for the championship title.
Five more matches are left in this A-tier CS:GO esports tournament, with the Playoffs currently underway. Which team will reign supreme and win the US$17,000 champions cash prize, as well as 1600 Regional Major Rankings (RMR) points?
16 top notch PUBG PC teams across Southeast Asia and Oceania will be locking horns with each other for plenty of high-stakes battle royale esports action in this PUBG PC invitational.
The next Dota 2 Pro Circuit Major of 2021 will be taking place in Kyiv, Ukraine next week. Featuring the best Dota 2 teams in the world of the second DPC Season, there will be 12 days of non-stop action that no fan of the game will want to miss!
Date: 31 May, 10.30AM onwards.
Where to watch: eGG Network TV
*All times listed are in GMT +8.
The next stage of the PUBG Mobile Professional League (PMPL) in Southeast Asia is finally here! Witness 16 of the top PUBG Mobile professional teams in the PMPL SEA Championship 2021 (formerly known as PMPL SEA Finals Season 3) duking it out in a span of three days to prove who’s the best of the best in SEA. Will Bigetron RA be able hold their crown once again, or will a new champion arise?
The top four teams have been finalised, and will be facing off one - or two, if they're worthy - last time in the final Knockout Stage. The format for the semi-finals and finals will be a single elimination bracket, comprising best-of-five matches.
The Nationals Tekken 7 Pro League is back! The Play-ins concluded yesterday, with the top 10 teams advancing to Group Stage. Who will prove that they deserve to qualify for the Playoffs?
The top 4 teams of the CS Summit 8 closed qualifiers was determined on Tuesday (18 May), with the Group Stage of the tournament currently underway with the eight top North American teams gunning each other essential Regional Major Rankings (RMR) points and the US$50,000 total prize pool.
Muhammad Aleef (Team Flash) is showing no signs of slowing down in the E1 Championship circuit, once again dominating this week's Round 6 race in Zandvoort, Netherlands. Though Season Zero champion Naquib Azlan won Race 2, it was only enough to make up for his loss in the qualifying race and Race 1.
Catch Round 7 of the E1 Championship race in Hungaroring, Hungary next Wednesday (26 May) at 9PM LIVE on eGG Network TV and Facebook.
The Asia Finals of VBL 2021 telecast will be broadcast on 26 May at 7PM on eGG Network TV.
It still feels like yesterday we witnessed Malaysian driver Naquib Azlan (Stratos Motorsports) figuratively hoisting the champions trophy of the E1 Championship Season Zero. Regardless of our feelings, the E1 Championship Season 1 is finally revealed, with registration for the premier sim racing tournament open until 24 March.
Last season's top 11 teams and 15 virtual drivers across Asia Pacific will be returning to the RaceRoom international circuits to win their share of the US$15,000 prize pool. The eight-round competition will run every Wednesday, and is slated to begin 7 April.
Looking to be a part of history in the making? You can join the high octane regional race for glory by registering at www.e1championship.com.
After a minor setback last week, the E1 Championship will be continuing its last round of races tomorrow night. This marks the end of the eight-week long tournament, which began on 19 November.
Round 8 of the E1 Championship was postponed due to unforeseen circumstances, but that doesn't matter much, now that we'll finally witness the end of this high-octane regional virtual racing series. The final round will take place in Mount Panorama Circuit, Australia.
If you’d forgot what went down in the last round, we got just the thing for you right here.
E1 Championship Season Zero is organised by eGG Network, Axle Esports and Astro, in partnership with RaceRoom and eRacing GP.