Pinoy gamers can expect even better ways to power up their gaming experience as PayMaya, the best payment partner for gamers and esports athletes, unveils its partnership with The Nationals, the country’s first and only franchise-based esports league. Whether they are playing their favorite PC games or hacking and... Read more
In other countries, esports athletes have gained acceptance into the sports norms. Pro athletes have coaches, undergo physical and mental fitness routines, and housed in professional training facilities – benefits esports athletes are now receiving. In the Philippines, Team Liyab aims to adopt these best practices and lead through... Read more
New Year, New Tournaments! 2019 is starting off great for local esports as AGON kicks off the party with a bang. With DOTA2 as the main game, the AGON DOTA2 Invitationals is the opening stage for intense competition. The tournament will have some of the country’s best teams and... Read more
Anyone who’s familiar with the Philippine esports scene and its history will know that local shoutcasting basically started when two people took megaphones at a local LAN tournament and basically just started calling matches while watching it on a projector. Both these men alternated on hyping the crowd and... Read more
If you’re dreaming of being an esports athlete and feel you’re up to the challenge, then this is awesome news. If you’ve always wanted to make a career out of esports, then you’d really want to start taking your scrimmages more seriously and level up! The Nationals, the first-ever... Read more
Gaming monitors have been on the rise the past few years, and no other sub-genre of the gaming industry needs these high-grade displays than esports titles. These games demand the best displays for their athletes to play on and in matches where winning and losing can come down to... Read more
Wargods Redlyt from the Philippines emerged as the First Runner-up of Lenovo’s Legion of Champions Series II Grand Finale after a grueling three-day competition that saw Asia Pacific’s best League of Legends players battle it out for supremacy last January 26 to 28 in Bangkok, Thailand.
And it’s a wrap! With over 700 participants and spectators, The Seletar Mall Esports Festival is our biggest event yet! With close to SGD$20,000 of cash and prizes, participants battled it out over a course of 7 days.