by Alleef Ashaari in

FIGHT Esports will host its first-ever regional FIGHT Campus League to establish a strong gaming community among colleges and universities. Since the pandemic hit students were forced indoors, resulting in the increase of gaming hours and time spent consuming content online.

Bringing together enthusiasts, pro-gamers, and experts to play, connect, and compete in this varsity league, the regional league kicks off in Malaysia with a PUBG Mobile tournament, and qualifiers will take place from 5 May to 11 June 2021, ultimately leading to the grand finals on 15 and16 June 2021.

The tournament will be live-streamed on FIGHT Esports’ TikTok and Facebook accounts, as well as Astro’s eGG Network.

Thu, May 27 Group A vs Group B 8 PM – 11.30 PM
Fri, May 28 Group C vs Group D
Thu, Jun 3 Group A vs Group C
Fri, Jun 4 Group B vs Group D
Thu, Jun 10 Group A vs Group D
Fri, Jun 11 Group B vs Group C
Tue, Jun 15 Day 1 8 PM – 11.30 PM
Wed, Jun 16 Last day

FIGHT Esports Malaysia Team Lead Ariff Abu said:

“We’ve been looking into regional, multi-title tournaments for some time after organizing community level tournaments in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines for the past year and getting feedback from students asking for a dedicated tournament of their own.

The FIGHT Campus League will pave a way for students to compete in selected top titles and demonstrate many different skill levels across several demographics.”

Meanwhile, the FIGHT Campus League Malaysia also marks the partnership between FIGHT Esports with TikTok Malaysia, following the previously-inked partnership with TikTok Southeast Asia. Fans of the popular video-sharing app will stand a chance to win exclusive giveaways worth a total of 12,000 PUBG UCs from Wallet Codes during each live stream on TikTok.

TikTok Malaysia User and Content Operations Manager Cheah Sheau Mei said:

“We’re excited to expand the thriving gamer and esports creator community on TikTok.

TikTok’s short-form format and unique content makes it the perfect platform for gamers to showcase their unique stories, connect with other gamers, and celebrate modern gaming culture — all whilst having fun.

As the gaming community continues to grow on TikTok, we look forward to collaborating closely with like-minded organizations like FIGHT Esports to fuel the passions and originality of more gamers on our platform.”

As part of a regional movement, the FIGHT Campus League Philippines’ Call Of Duty Mobile tournament will begin from 7 May to 18 June 2021 with a prize pool of PHP190,000 (RM16,172) while the FIGHT Campus Legend Indonesia will be looking for the top Mobile Legends Bang Bang teams from June to October 2021 with a prize pool of IDR50,000,000 (RM14,158).

You can register for FIGHT Campus League Malaysia here.

Aspiring writer. Born in Amsterdam, raised in Malaysia. Comics are my passion. A gamer and science fiction enthusiast. PSN: AlleefAshaari
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