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PUBG M action continues this weekend with the Red Bull MEO Singapore qualifiers! Meanwhile, there’s League of Legends action happening across the region, including the FSL LoL ARAM.
Do note that the status of some events may have changed after publishing because of the coronavirus.
Female Esports League League of Legends ARAM SG MY ID
Date: 24 July
Time: 8pm (GMT +8)
Registration: https://bit.ly/3ek2vr1 (open until 20 July)
Stream: Watch live on Yahoo TV
Want more League of Legends ARAM action? The FSL's latest ARAM is now open for registrations for players from Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Pacific Championship Series Summer 2020 (Taiwan, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia)
Date: 20 June to 6 September
Which is the best League of Legends team in Asia? Find out as teams from across the continent battle for the top spot in the official League of Legends series for the next few months. With a prize pool of US$71,000, it’s going to be a MOBA battle series to remember.
Here are the team rankings so far in the Group Stages:
J Team (9-0)
PSG Talon (7-2)
ahq e-Sports Club (7-3)
Machi Esports (7-3)
Alpha Esports (4-5)
Nova Esports (4-6)
Hong Kong Attitude (4-6)
Berjaya Dragons (3-7)
Liyab Esports (2-7)
Valorant Pacific Open (Asia)
Date: 3 July - August
Riot Games and Cyber Games Arena are joining forces to host an Asian-based regional Valorant tournament starting this early July.
10 teams from Taiwan, Thailand, Hong Kong, The Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore will battle it out for their share of the US$20,000 prize pool.
Singapore Premier League eSPL tournament (Singapore)
Date: 11 July to 19 July
Stream: SPL Facebook page
The Football Association of Singapore is bringing the beautiful game to the esports arena with the Singapore Premier League's eSPL tournament.
Featuring eight Singapore-based teams from the SPL, two players from each club with faceoff in eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020. Using the game's built-in editing mode, expect to see the virtual avatars dressed in their actual team jerseys and with players and officials represented accodingly.
There will also be matches featuring the women's national team, as well as a celebrity match.
The teams are group below:
Lion City Sailors
Albirex Nigata (S)
Tanjong Pagar United
Red Bull Mobile Esports Open Tournament (Singapore)
Date: 18 - 19 July, 25 July (Finals)
Stream: Watch it live on Yahoo TV
Hosted by Red Bull, this Singapore-based mobile gaming tournament will have Singapore’s best players competing in PUBG Mobile. The winner will represent Singapore in the upcoming World Finals in Turkey in 2021.
Campus Legends Season 2 (Singapore)
Date: 3 July - 9 August
SCOGA is once again hosting its Campus Legends grassroots esports tournament for students and amateur players. With support from various institutes of higher learning, the National Youth Council, and more, the tournament will use League of Legends and Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. Catch the playoffs and the grand finals live on Yahoo TV!
Stay Home Challenge Breaker (Singapore)
Date: 6 June - 26 July
Singapore’s National Youth Council are teaming up with Redd+E (Reddentes Sports’ esports arm) to arrange a series of community esports tournaments. The games involved with the event are FIFA 20 and Valorant, with livestreams scheduled from 6 June to 26 July.
Here is the schedule breakdown:
23 - 26 July: Valorant/ League of Legends
League of Legends Champions Korea Summer 2020
Date: 17 June - 23 August
Venue: Offline, LoL Park, 33 Jong-ro, Cheongjin-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
The best Korean League of Legends team will contend once again in this official South Korean league for a big portion of the estimated US$81,980 prize pool. The teams who will be competing are:
Hanwha Life Esports
PUBG Mobile Malaysia National Championship 2020
Date: 17 - 19 July
16 teams from all over Malaysia will be battling for their share of the US$23,000 prize pool in this online battle royale tournament. The teams are:
PUBG Mobile Thailand Championship 2020
Date: 24 - 26 July
The PUBG Thailand scene will be busy with the country’s championship bout featuring the best in the region. Features a US$10,430 prize pool with the top team taking the lion’s share. The teams are:
SCT Chumphon eSport
Pyramid Esport X
PUBG Thailand Open 2020
A minor league tournament that will offer the winners seeding points to the Continental: Series 2 APAC PUBG tournament. Teams will be determined on a later date.
PUBG Vietnam Series 2020
Date: 23 July - 2 August
Teams from all over Vietnam will be duking it out in this PUBG battle royale series for the lion’s share of the US$17,000. The teams are:
Zeus Gaming Lounge
Fenix Game Station
PUBG Continental Series 2: Asia Pacific
This PUBG Corporation tournament will feature the best players from the Thailand Series, Thailand Open, Vietnam Series, Oceanic Qualifier, Indonesia Series, Philippine Series, and MY/SG series. The prize pool for the tournament will be worth US$200,000.
PUBG Mobile World League 2020 - Season 0: East (Asia)
Date: 10 July - 9 August
This major-level PUBG Mobile tournament is sponsored by Tencent Games, VSPN, and PUBG Corporation. It features the best Asian teams competing against each other for a US$425,000 prize pool.
These are the teams who will be fighting in this tournament.
King of Gamers Club
U Level Up
Rainbow Six Asia Pacific League North Division
Ubisoft’s major APAC Rainbow Six Siege league tournament will be happening later this year. The tournament will be divided into two divisions: north (Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia) and south (Oceania, South Asia). The winners of each division will face off at a later date, where the victor of that tournament will represent Asia-Pacific at the upcoming Six Major.
Team Notorious (Taiwan)
Xavier Esports (Thailand)
MLBB Professional League MY/SG Season 6
Registration for the next MLBB Malaysia and Singapore season is now open. Stay tuned these next few weeks for more updates on Season 6.
ESL One Thailand 2020
Date: 20 August - 6 September
ESL, Intel, Sports Authority of Thailand, and Thailand’s Ministry of Tourism and Sports are hosting a tier 2 Dota 2 tournament featuring a US$135,000 prize pool. Notable teams in the region will get an invite alongside ESL Thailand Champ 2020 finalists to duke it out later this August.
Asia Pacific Predator League 2020 (The Philippines)
Venue: SM Mall of Asia Arena
The Acer Predator League pits all of Asia Pacific’s finest Dota and PUBG teams against each other for the lion’s share of the US$200,000 prize pool. The grand finals of the tournament features the following teams, with more on the way:
Flower Gaming (Malaysia)
Neon Esports (The Philippines)
Lowkey Esports (The Philippines)
Reality Rift (Singapore)
Unfortunately, due to the current developing situation with the coronavirus, the Predator League has been postponed to a later date in June or July. Watch this space for updates!
Konami PES 2020 Southeast Asian Cup (Singapore)
The top Southeast players in Konami’s premiere football game will compete in this May tournament to determine the best PES players in the region. The event was originally planned for March, but was postponed due to the situation with the coronavirus
Moon Studio Asian League (Asia)
Date: 29 July - 9 August
An online Asian league pitting up-and-coming Dota 2 teams against one another for US$1,500 and more. The teams are:
RAGE Japan Tournament
Date: 1 - 2 August
If you’re itching to see the best Japanese Valorant teams facing off, you should check out this upcoming Ignition Series and Galleria tournament next month. Stay tuned as this post will be updated with the participating teams soon.
Free Fire Champions Cup (Indonesia)
Date: TBA (formerly 19 April)
Venue: Jakarta, Indonesia
The battle royale tournament event for this mobile game was supposed to be on 19 April in Jakarta, Indonesia. Due to the evolving global situation regarding COVID-19, the event will be postponed to a later date. Stay tuned here for more updates.
VCS Summer 2020 (Vietnam)
Date: 19 June - September
Venue: Online, GG Stadium at Ho Chi Minh City
The best Vietnamese teams in League of Legends will be fighting for the top spot once again in this Riot Games and Garena Vietnam-sanctioned tournament. The teams who will be competing are:
Overwatch Contenders 2020: Pacific
Date: May - June
The best Overwatch teams from the Pacific region will be fighting for the top prize of US$14,000. Right now, the top 8 teams with the most points by the end of the regular season will face off in the playoffs.
The Asian teams and their current rankings are as follows:
Talon Esports - 250 points
Far East Society - 140 points
BAYABA - 120 points
Electric Gaming - 90 points
Green Leaves - 65 points
Lord of Dragon Esports - 65 points
UND - 60 points
Team For Revenge - 35 points
Overwatch League 2020 (International)
Date: February - August 2020
Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/overwatchleague
The best Overwatch teams in Asia will be fighting against competition from America and Europe in next year’s big Overwatch tournament. The teams are divided into both the Atlantic and Pacific conference for this massive league tournament.
FV Major 2020 (Malaysia)
Date: 19 - 20 September
One of Malaysia’s biggest fighting game tournaments will be opening its registration link for Malaysians this week under an early bird price.
The games that will be in the tournament include:
Tekken 7 (Tekken World Tour Challenger)
Street Fighter 5 Champion Edition (Capcom Pro Tour Ranking)
The King of Fighters XIV
Dragon Ball FighterZ
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Under Night In-Birth