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We’re almost in the middle of June and eSports events are coming fast and furious. Hot on the heels of the Female Esports Leagues Mobile Legends comes the FSL Dota 2 event, while *SCAPE’s inaugural EXP 2019 summer camps are starting this weekend!
*SCAPE Exposure & Xperience Programme 2019 Summer Camps (Singapore)
Date: 17-19 June (MLBB), 24-26 June (Fifa), 27-29 June (LoL)
Ready to get into Mobile Legends, Fifa or League of Legends? *SCAPE is conducting 3 day/2 nights summer camps in June to help like-minded individuals meet new friends!
Female Esports League Dota 2 (Southeast Asia)
Date: 27 to 30 June
The Female Esports League is headed back to the land of PCs with its Dota 2 Open. With 16 teams competing in a single elimination Best of 1, followed by the top four advancing to the playoffs against four seeded teams, you can be sure it will be pure excitement.
If you're a female Dota 2 gamer but don't have a team, not to worry, you can even join the FSL Discord to connect with other female gamers to form one.
Campus Legends Esports League - Qualifiers (Singapore)
Brought to you by Omen and SCOGA, this grassroots-level esports event aims to support aspiring esports players and students to develop a career path in the industry, using two titles: League of Legends and FIFA 19. Campuses and universities involved include ITE College West, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Nanyang, Republic Polytechnic, and Singapore Polytechnic, all of which will fight for a total prize pool of S$10,000.
Once the qualifiers and matches are done, the final teams will fight in the grand finals in 3 to 4 August at the Singapore Sports Hub. Here are the Phase 1 qualifier dates for the next few weeks:
22 June: Nanyang Technological University Singapore
23 June: ITE College West
29 June: National University of Singapore
6 July: Singapore Institute of Technology
Pasir Ris Elias Esports Tournament 2019 (Singapore)
Date: 22nd June 2019 (Saturday)
Time: 11am - 8pm
Venue: Pasir Ris Elias CC
Pasir Ris Elias CC Youth Club & Pasir Ris West CSC joined forces for PRESTO! 2019 (Pasir Ris Elias eSports Tournament), a community event with attractive prizes for a weekend of fun.
Featuring PUBG, Mobile Legends and Fifa 19, the event also has fun for the family with Pokemon Go and HADO Dodgeball.
Those competing in the tournament can look forward to these prizes.
1st prize: $200 vouchers + 5,000 diamonds
2nd prize: $150 vouchers + 3,000 diamonds
3rd prize: $100 vouchers + 1,250 diamonds
4th prize: 350 diamonds
1st prize: $350 vouchers
2nd prize: $300 vouchers
3rd prize: $250 vouchers
1st prize: $100 vouchers
2nd prize: $80 vouchers
3rd prize: $50 vouchers
PUBG Mobile National Championship KL, Penang, Johor,Sarawak (Malaysia)
Dates: 15 - 29 June
Venue: Sunway Velocity Mall (KL), Hin Bus Station (Penang), Paradigm Mall (Johor), Emart Batu Kawa (Sarawak)
Malaysia’s premiere PUBG Mobile tournament pits the best players in Malaysia against each other for a major chunk of the RM114,000 total prize pool. Organised by Tencent and featuring sponsors like Vivo and Yoodo, this national-scale tournament is a large initiative towards fostering the best PUBG Mobile players in Malaysia.
Battle Arena: Super Series (Malaysia)
Date: 10 - 30 June
Venue: Battle Arena Malaysia
Dota 2 players in the Klang Valley can showcase their skills in a casual format in this upcoming tournament series in Battle Arena Malaysia. The Super Series tournament aims to offer the experience of competing on a professional platform and having your tournament journey with friends immortalised in video form.
Registration fee is RM10, and you can sign until the 29 May deadline. Benefits for registration include customised team jerseys, scrimming sessions with guest veterans in the Malaysian Dota 2 scene, and the chance to take your Dota 2 game and teamfights to tournament-standard levels. More info here: https://battle-arena.my/2019/05/11/battlearena-superseries/
EPICENTER Major (Dota 2)
Date: 22-30 June
Venue: CSKA Arena,Moscow
The last Dota 2 major of the 2018/2019 Dota Pro Circuit will cap off the end of June and will feature two major Southeast Asian teams competing for gold and glory: TNC Predator and Fnatic. This will be the last chance for teams to earn DPC points to secure their qualification to this year’s The International 2019 tournament.
Who will the two Southeast Asian top tier teams be fighting? Here’s a list:
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eRacing Grand Prix SEA (Southeast Asia)
Date: 22 June
Venue: Sunway Putra, Kuala Lumpur
Want to be a professional racer by playing racing games? Then the eRacing Grand Prix SEA is for you. Slated for June 2019, this tournament will have players competing in Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, and Thailand in Gran Turismo Sport for PS4.
The winner of each stop will be trained to drive a real race car and offered a spot in the Formula 4 South East Asia Championship before heading in the bigger leagues.
World Cyber Games 2019 Xi’an (China)
Date: 18 -21 July
Venue: Xi’an, China
One of Asia’s biggest Dota 2 tournaments is slated for July, for a lion’s share of the US$140,000 prize pool. The teams involved in this battle include Asia Pacific finalists Cignal Ultra and MSCerberus TH, as well as other overseas teams like Thunder Predator, Black Sheep, Hippomaniacs, and KeinBockOderWas.
Sarawak Day FIFA 19 Tournament (Malaysia)
Date: 20-22 July
Venue: Paragon Street Mall, Bintulu, Sarawak
To celebrate the state of Sarawak’s independence, the Kelab Belia Jalan Bakti and Oblivion Esports will be organising a Sarawak Day Esports Cup featuring FIFA 19 as its main game. The total prize pool for this tournament is RM15,000, with the champion winning RM5,000 from the share. Registration fee is RM30, while the deadline for signing up is 10 July.