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By GameMove 13-Sep-18
Since the ESL Minor in Genting, Malaysia is going to host the DOTA PRO Circuit Major for the 1st time.

Dota 2 is about to get bigger with PGL with the upcoming Kuala Lumpur (KL) Major tournament. It is set to be the biggest Dota 2 tournament to be held in Malaysia, which is a big deal. The KL Major is also Malaysia’s first ever Major status tournament for the Dota Pro Circuit for the 2018/19 season. The tournament will see 16 international top Dota 2 teams from all over the world including Evil Geniuses, OG, and Team Secret come out and battle to win their prize pool money of US$1,000,000.

The tournament will take place November 9-18, but only the playoffs, November 16-18, will be played in front of the live audience at the Axiata Arena.

Open Qualifiers: 10-15 Sep 2018
Closed Qualifiers: 16-21 Sep 2018
Group Stage: 9-10 Nov 2018
Playoffs: 11-18 Nov 2018
Main Event: 16-18 Nov 2018
Venue: Axiata Arena

By GameMove 12-Sep-18
The Singapore E-Sports League is the definitive source of DOTA 2 rankings for Singapore teams in the local MOBA gaming scene.
Created push competitive gaming in Singapore to organize financially tournaments that are of Singapore recognized standard. It is sponsored by Armaggeddon, MSi, and SIN Productions and staffed by SIN Productions to produce the best local e-Sports in Singapore. Competitive individual gamers or teams are ranked according to their participation and standing in DOTA Pro tournaments, commonly held online via the DOTA community.
Competitive gaming in Singapore is becoming the primary outlet for professional gaming.

Price: Free to Join
Venue: DOTA 2 Online
Schedule: Weekly

By GameMove 27-Aug-18
This year the TI8 has been an exhilarating event celebrating the grand finale of the best Pro DOTA 2 player in the World with an unexpected win by what is known as the Cinderella curse breaking story in history.
The grand finals did not turn out like what all the audience and the experts analysts had expected.
With some analysts expecting them to be in the 18th placement in TI8.
Even Valve had made several shuffles to the direct invite roaster from the original plan which included OG and EG being shifted to the open bracket.
The tournament ended with a tight 5 rounds in the grand finals between the European team OG and the highly acclaimed PRC team PSG.LGD.

The Finals
After going through grand finals, final game, OG and LGD went into 5 matches of close call fights.
Exciting the audience peaking into many tumultuous chants to support their favorite team.
OG managed to make a comeback after losing 2-1 and then regaining the win for the other 2 matches for a victorious claim on the Aegis of the Champions and netting the top prize for the 1st time ever in TI.
The audience started to cheer and gave standing ovation to OG for their incredible feat.
Over night, OG (Onyx Gaming) became the highest paid players in the world, and the players looked overwhelmed with joy and were seen crying stage with thousands of fans cheering for them on the Rogers Arena Stadium.

Valve have made tremendous amount of preparation for this grandiose event, having launch steam.tv to provision live streaming of the TI8 event to public and steam gamers to watch streaming live video and for steam gamers to login and chat while watching the show.
Steam live stream was broadcasted in 3 languages namely English, Chinese and Russian.
In every match during the drafting, there would be AR display of heroes as each team selected their heroes.
Some of the heroes they choose would engage with the audience to clap and cheer for their fans.
This aspect of interaction engages really well with the crowd and raises the mood of event.
For every important matches, they would have the host chat with the coach for each team to talk about their drafting and after end of each match, the host would also pick up one or all of the player to talk about their win or loss.
Bringing insights into how each game was valued.

Just before the final day, Valve announced 2 new heroes, Mars and Grim Stroke. The latter is available for play immediately after the night announcement.
However, that hero was not used during the tournament by matches. Which shows that the players would not want to take chances on such big fights.

By GameMove 27-Aug-18
If eSports gaming such as DOTA 2, League of Valor and Hearthstone, then this year's biggest event in Singapore gaming should let you relish on lots of pro players coming into the scene.
For fans who wish to watch the main event, tickets will be available in 3 forms, one with seats the regular ticket comes with seats. The VIP ticket offers goody bags and express lane for sign in.

The Inaugural event held in Singapore will include sponsors like Garena, MET and Blizzard.
Featuring Blizzard's 2018 Hearthstone global tour.
This PVP eSports Championship will be a multi-title and regional league with a prize pool of US$300,000.
The event is set up by leading eSports industry players such as Razer, Blizzard, Garena and Mineski Group through MET.
"eSports is a rising force in entertainment eclipsing even movies and music" says Mr Tan Min-Liang Co-founder of Razer.

Date: 5 - 7 October 2018
Venue: Suntec Convention Centre
  • Value Ticket SGD15 (Early Bird Promo $10)
  • Regular Ticket SGD50 (Early Bird Promo $40)
  • VIP Ticket $100 (Early Bird Promo $80)

By GameMove 22-May-18
Hyperplay is a new Singapore organized event that specializes in Esports fused with Music.
10 Teams from 10 Countries will gather for this grand event to compete in LoL.
To top it off, there will be 4 Concerts for gamers to enjoy some awesome music.
Presented by Singapore's Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth and National Youth Council, brings youths together through two of the biggest cultural cornerstones today – esports and music.

The first ASEAN League of Legends competition will unite youths from all 10 countries as they strive for glory at Singapore Indoor Stadium, sharing the stage with four electrifying concerts.

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