Min-Liang Tan announces largest-ever investment in the Singapore gaming scene.
E-Sukan’s Firdaus Hashim offers his take on the state of e-sports in Malaysia and what more can be done.
World’s largest e-sports company sells out tickets to first leg of its popular Dota2 tournament.
The ESL One Genting is the first stop of the 2018 ESL One circuit.
Skills and talent come to the fore in close competition Top 3 from each game move on to finals on July 22-23
Partnership reflects commitment to support Malaysia’s ever-expanding gaming industry says CEO Tickets open for sale with 7-components to DNA’s inaugural eGames festival from July 22-23
APU shows great support for HotShotz, invests 6-figure sum to upgrade facilities Shoutcaster JandaHunter sees some potential pro players unearthed at SF5
Second HotShotz university qualifier proved a memorable experience for all, action next shifts to Asia Pacific University on May 13.
With a prize pool of US$200,000, ROG Masters is Asia’s largest eSports tournament. Team Secret and The MongolZ triumphed in Dota 2 and CS:GO.
FOR a long time, eSports was dominated in Asia by South Korea. It is now becoming a global phenomenon and Malaysia is also entering the big league.