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KKP July 2019 Esports Roundup
Having a hard time keeping up with all the tournaments happening every month? Don’t sweat it, just check out the list we’ve compiled here:
The Overwatch Contenders is a tournament for those seeking to make their way into the Overwatch League. The tournament is currently at Week 6 out of its 10-week duration so there’s a lot of matches watch. At this point, it seems that Talon Esports is pretty much guaranteed to win first place with five wins and zero losses so far.
Week 6 matches:
18 July 2019
Cyclone Coupling vs. Far East Society
NOVAMS Esports vs. Global Esports
20 July 2019
Green Leaves vs. Xavier Esports
Jupiter vs. Talon Esports
Week 7 Matches:
25 July 2019
Far East Society vs. Green Leaves
Jupiter vs. Global Esports
27 July 2019
Cyclone Coupling vs. Xavier Esports
Novams Esports vs. Talon Esports
Date: 16 July – 18 September 2019
Location: TBA, online only for now
Prize Pool: US$15,000
The world’s largest esports company will be hosting their second season of the Indonesian DOTA 2 championship with 8 teams competing in the Group Stage. The top 4 teams will qualify to the semi-finals. As of 19 July 2019, teams BOOM ID and PG.Barracx are both leading with 2-0 scores.
Date: 20 July – 28 July 2019
Location: Estrel Congress Center, Berlin
Prize pool: US$400,000
After about 10 regional tournaments, one of the largest PUBG Mobile tournaments will culminate in Germany. 16 teams, including Malaysian team Team Secret, will battle it out for the US$180,000 grand prize.
Date: 26 July – 28 July 2019
Location: Bitec Bangna, Bangkok
Prize pool: US$300,000
Organised by MET Events, the biggest esports organiser in Asia, this PUBG tournament will pit the best 16 PUBG teams in Asia against each other. General admission to the event is free of charge so if you’re around the area, grab this chance to witness some great chicken dinners.
Date: 19 July – 28 July 2019
Location: Malaysia & Singapore
Prize pool: US$100,000
With Season 3 of the MPL MY/SG tournament concluded and Malaysian team GeekFam as victorious champions, it’s time for Season 4 to begin. Stay tuned to the game’s FB page for updates and streams of the upcoming matches.
Date: 20 July 2019
Location: James Cook University, Singapore
Prize: 1st place winner gets a round trip ticket to the CTWC Finals in Portland
That’s right, there’s an esports for Tetris. And since Tetris is probably one of the oldest video games of all time, I guess it wouldn’t be wrong to say that this is probably the oldest esports in the world. The venue will be open to guests from 10am to 4pm so don’t miss out!
Date: 02 August – 04 August 2019
Location: Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas
Games: Street Fighter V, Tekken 7, Samurai Showdown, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Mortal Kombat 11, Dragon Ball Fighter Z, Soul Calibur VI, Blazblue: CTB, UNIst
Prize pools: TBA
I know, I know, EVO is in August, not July. But it’s EVO!
The world’s largest fighting tournament is back, baby! With 9 games in this year’s lineup and the highest participation in EVO history, it’s gonna be one hell of a tournament.
Date: 18 July – 20 July 2019
Location: Asia Pacific University, Kuala Lumpur
Games: CS:GO, Mortal Kombat 11, Tekken 7, Mobile Legends
Prize pool: TBA
This event is a cross collaboration between the School of Media, Arts & Design (SoMAD) and the APU E-sports Academy. There are also tournaments for Mobile Legends, Mortal Kombat 11, and Tekken 7. If you’re in KL, be sure to drop by!
Date: 18 July – 21 July 2019
Location: Xi’an Quijiang International Conference & Exhibition Center, China
Games: DOTA 2, Clash Royale, Crossfire, Hearthstone, Honor of Kings, Warcraft III
Prize pool: US$140,000 (DOTA 2)
The annual World Cyber Games is back and this time, China is hosting in Xi’an. Former The International champion Newbee is currently dominating with 7 wins and 0 losses. Aside from DOTA 2, there are also tournaments for Clash Royale, Crossfire, Hearthstone, Honor of Kings (Arena of Valour), and Warcraft III. Check out the official website for all the info you need.
Date: 20 July – 22 July 2019
Location: Paragon Street Mall, Bintulu
Games: Mobile Legends, FIFA 19
Prize pool: RM5,000 (MLBB), RM15,000 (FIFA 19)
Organiser website: https://www.facebook.com/obliviongamingstudio/
If you live in East Malaysia then here’s an event for you. The Sarawak Day Esports Cup is a three-day event not only featuring the above-mentioned esports tournaments but also lucky draws where you stand a chance to win a PS4 and a bunch of Razer peripherals.
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