What you can expect from the online-only Level Up KL 2020: game jams, business connections, conferences, e-sport tournaments, games showcases and the SEA Games Awards. In a way, it’s business as usual. It’s also now bigger than ever.
Starting on October 10, the sixth edition of the regional games festival will see a host of virtual events ranging from game jams to e-sports tournaments and game conference.
MDEC has announced a satellite event to Level Up KL, hosted virtually for both businesses and the public alike.
WKYew, the country’s top Hearthstone player and part of Boost e-wallet’s e-sports team brings glory to Malaysia in SEA Games debut.
New competitive pressures intensify battle for market share.
Conference is a launch platform for regional games industry announcements, including the setting up of a games studio.
Team will go head-to-head with 16 teams from around the world for a prize pool of approximately US$2.5 million.
Puts short-term, medium-term and long-term goals in more realistic perspectives.
PUBG MOBILE Campus Championship (PMCC) to feature US$14,386 prize pool.
UniPin enters the Malaysian market, the third in the region for the gaming payment gateway.