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University e-League Returns With Its Third & Biggest Season
University e-League is back bigger than ever with a prize pool of RM20,000 covering four of the biggest game titles including Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, PUBG Mobile, VALORANT and FIFA 22.
A joint venture between The Gaming Company (TGC) and Prime Sports International (PSI), University e-League (UeL) returned with its third season last week on 26 September and will run until 11 December.
UeL has attracted more than 2,500 students from across the nation. With registration having opened on 26 September, UeL will now feature two stages of competition consisting of the Online Qualifiers and a Grand Finals event set to be held in Kuala Lumpur between 9 and 11 December 2022.
“We are thrilled to offer UeL as a platform for varsity students in Malaysia to showcase their talent and nurture an authentic esports culture and ecosystem. We are fully committed to
recognizing and rewarding talent and look forward to seeing which universities come out on top”
– Yong Chul Yun, CEO of Prime Sports International
The press conference and launch event held on 27 September was attended by participating universities from Multimedia University (MMU), Sunway University, Universiti Teknology MARA (UiTM), and many more, who were eager to compete and strut their stuff in this year’s tournament.
“With Esports’ rising popularity, as evidenced by its recent inclusion as a test event in the Commonwealth Games, universities are now seeing the endless possibilities and job opportunities the industry holds
We are enthusiastic about UeL coming back for its third season and we are determined to win and hold our coveted title this year,”
– Mohd Zulfadili bin Hamzah from Multimedia University (MMU)
“The esports industry has seen tremendous growth over the years, both in terms of viewership and revenue so it is no secret that we are living in a golden age of it. We are enthusiastic about bringing back UeL for its third season thus solidifying Malaysia’s esports footprint locally and internationally”
– Adrian Gaffor, Group CEO of Esports Business Network
UeL online registration started on 26 September and will run until 23 October and students from private and public universities across the country are welcome to participate. Alongside currently-enrolled students, this time around, UeL will also open its doors to university student alumni who have graduated from January 2021 until January 2022 to participate. Participating teams are encouraged to submit their application on the official website to guarantee their spot in the tournament.
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