honor Malaysia honours mobile gamers with mini tournament
By Digital News Asia September 12, 2017
- Winning team of honor's mini Mobile Legends tournament walks away with RM1,500 and honor 360 VR cameras
- Event was part of honor Malaysia's effort to continually engage with its fans
HONOR Malaysia, a sub-brand of Huawei, recently held a mini Mobile Legends Tournament at its concept store at Lowyat Plaza in a bid to engage with its target audience, mobile gamers.
“Our fans and customers are the cornerstones of our success, and part of supporting our fast-growing customer base is offering not only high-quality devices but continued engagement. We partnered with Mobile Legends and organised this tournament as a way to recognise the rising popularity of mobile gaming and the talent we have here in Malaysia,” said honor Malaysia head George Zhao.
Zhao added, “We received a full registration within the first few hours of the tournament's announcement and we would like to thank fans for the overwhelming response.’
The two-day tournament saw a total of 60 participants from twelve teams across Malaysia with the winning team walking away with RM1,500 and five honor 360 VR Cameras worth RM599 each. The winners also had an opportunity to have a friendly match with the Malaysian Champion of the Mobile Legend Southeast Asia Cup 2017, Team Saiyan. All other participants also walked away with merchandise from honor and Mobile Legends.
honor Malaysia even rewarded gamers who attempted to register for the tournament, but were unable to participate , with an in-game Mobile Legends Miya skin as a token of appreciation for their continuous support.
Designed for gamers, the honor 8 Pro is geared with Huawei's octa-core Kirin 960 chipset and Mali-G71 GPU, that honor claims to deliver a smooth gaming experience and transition between apps and games.
For more information on the honor’s mini Mobile Legends Tournament, visit honor Malaysia Facebook page.