PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero
The third Super Weekend for PMGC 2020 resumes this evening – with teams like Navi and DRS Gaming making their first appearance at a Super Weekend, they’ll need to overperform for missing out on the first two. Team Secret, who missed the second one will also be looking to secure more points to make up for it. With only two Super Weekends left before we determine the 16 teams going to the finals, you won’t want to miss this week!
PMGC 2020 Super Weekend 3 will begin today (11 December) at 7 PM until Sunday. Then, it’s back to League Play Week 4 on 15 and 16 December. Catch the action LIVE on eGG Network, or on Twitch, YouTube and Facebook.
Wild Rift Pentaboom! Showdown
The Wild Rift Pentaboom! Charity Showmatch will be taking place this weekend. Featuring teams of KOLs from all across the region, it’s going to be an action-packed two days for the benefit of charity. A sum of $60,000 will be donated by Riot Games to various organizations in the competing countries in addition to the $66,000 prize pool that the teams will be fighting for.
The teams will comprise of Jalur 14 stars, Soloz, and Fredo; and many other recognizable faces. Check out the website for more details. Catch the showmatch live 11 and 12 December, 12pm onwards on eGG Network TV, and Facebook.
Jalur 14 Episode 4
Speaking of Jalur 14, the esports and game development docuseries is nearing its conclusion. In episode 3 this week, we witnessed the fall of Mushi’s TI5 squad, the boom of game development, and Team Bosskurr’s rise from the ashes of Team Saiyan. With only two more episodes to go, make sure you don’t miss out on the amazing stories our Malaysian heroes have to share.
Watch Jalur 14 every Thursday, 9pm (GMT +8) beginning 26 November 2020, on eGG Network Astro CH800, available to all Astro subscribers. It will also be shown on Awani (CH501) every Sunday, 10pm (GMT +8) from 29 November 2020 and AEC (CH346/306 HD) every Saturday, 7pm (GMT +8) from 5 December 2020.
E1 Championship – Round 5
Round 4 was utter domination by Miko Nassi again, getting first place in both races and sending his team up one slot to second on the leaderboards, only behind RSG. We’re halfway till the end of the first season, so there’s still plenty of time for the other drivers to catch up. Round 5 will be followed by a two-week break (because racers need holidays too!) and the following round will resume in January. How will this rest affect the momentum of the drivers? Only one way to find out. Be sure to tune into the action live next Thursday, 10pm (GMT+8) on eGG Network TV and E1’s Facebook Page.
Rocket League Summit 2 Online