Your Home, Your Arena Charity Cup
Thanos arrived at the Your Home, Your Arena (YHYA) Charity Cup with his bejeweled Infinity Gauntlet, snapping away half of the eight participating Southeast Asian Mobile Legends: Bang Bang esports teams yesterday in the quarter finals. With Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia progressing to the semi-finals, who will best the other for the final showdown? It’s sure to be an exciting day of MLBB esports, guaranteed by the mere presence of the likes of players from Geek Fam, EVOS SG, IDONOTSLEEP Esports and BSB.
The semi-finals and finals of Your Home, Your Arena Charity Cup begins next week 11 Jun at 3PM, with the broadcast available on YouTube, Twitch, Facebook and the eGG Network TV channel. For more info, check out the AESF website. Don’t forget that you can still donate to the Your Home, Your Arena Charity Fundraising campaign and assist those who fell victim to the impacts of COVID-19.
BLAST Bounty Hunt
This is Dota 2 esports like you’ve never witnessed before. The BLAST Bounty Hunt features a dynamic prize pool that not only rewards or punishes the team for every match win/loss, but also includes in-game achievements – called “bounties” – that teams can fulfill to earn more money, upping the ante for literally every single match. With OG Esports, Team Secret, Nigma, Ninjas in Pyjamas, Alliance and Team Liquid competing for the US$145,000 prize pool, expect high tension digital bloodshed to ensue. Dota 2 fans can also now get closer to the action by participating in the Fan Prediction Game to win cash and vote on Additional Bounties to include for teams to challenge themselves with.
BLAST Premier Spring Showdown
The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) online tournament reaches the end of its group stage this weekend, with the battle continuing today for the European and Americas legs of the BLAST Premier Spring Showdown after five days of CS:GO action. The US$325,000 prize pool may be the cream of the crop, but in reality, the chance to enter the BLAST Premier Spring Finals is the cherry on top, not to mention that only the top three teams of each region will have this rare opportunity. Will current top dogs Evil Geniuses, MiBR and Ninjas in Pyjamas be able to secure their second shot at the Spring Finals?
PMPL Americas Spring Split 2020 Regular Season
With the PUBG Mobile Professional League (PMPL) South Asia Regular Season soon coming to an end, PUBG Mobile esports fans will be overjoyed to know that their esports appetite will remain sated. The PMPL Americas Spring Split 2020 Regular Season, which adopted an online format, features a total of 20 teams across North and South America facing off for the top six spots to enter the PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) West Division, in addition to a cut of the staggering US$200,000 prize pool.
The PMPL Americas Regular Season begins tomorrow (6 Jun) and will run for three weeks until 28 Jun in a five-group stage format. You can catch the online broadcast on YouTube.
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