Indonesia’s BOOM Esports won the public category after successfully retaining their position at the top of the table. Meanwhile, the ladies’ category trophy was won by the Thai ladies team, Valdus Eufrosine.
One of Southeast Asia’s biggest mixed and ladies esports tournaments, UniPin Southeast Asia Cyber Arena (SEACA) is coming again this November.
After its launch in 2016, POSIBLE has continuously added more services to its payment ecosystem. This time, a new gaming partner, UniPin is available since Nov. 4, 2021.
UniPin prepared a series of exciting events for Genshin Impact fans and players from the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.
Tier One Entertainment, the gaming and esports entertainment pioneer and leader in Southeast Asia, announced its first foray outside the region by expanding its footprint to Japan.
DITO Telecommunity, the country’s newest telco player, continuously accelerates its service to provide stronger connectivity to various communities nationwide.
The rise of female gamers all around the world presents UniPin with the opportunity to provide a stage for these ladies to compete fairly. Through the UniPin Ladies Championship, UniPin will bring the largest MLBB women’s-only tournament to the Philippines.
Tier One Entertainment announced their partnership with the world’s leading media investment company, GroupM. As the first and only Philippine esports and gaming company GroupM is partnered with, this is a landmark moment that opens a wide array of avenues for Tier One and the Gaming Entertainment industry to grow and expand.
A total prize of $400,000USD to be pooled across qualifiers to the four sub-tournaments and the winners will also be given the coveted APAC Predator League Shield and Acer Predator products.