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ONE Esports Will Host The First Ever Dota 2 Singapore Major In 2020

Southeast Asian Dota 2 fans are capping the year with one last major tournament happening right now, the ONE Esports Dota 2 World Pro Invitational Singapore. The company has just announced another event that will definitely excite local Dota 2 fans. ONE Esports will be organising the first-ever Dota 2 Singapore Major in June 2020. It will featur...

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This Is KL Major 2018: A Video Of Malaysia’s Finest Dota 2 Tournament To Date

The weekend of 16-18 December was a glorious one for Malaysian Dota 2 fans. They get to host a major Dota 2 tournament -the first one of the new season at that- and witness the best in the business fight for dominance. You also get to see your favourite Dota 2 personalities and buy your favourite merchandise. We have part of that magic experience ...

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The Sights & Sounds Of PvP Esports Championship In Singapore

It's not everyday Singapore gets the exclusive esports spotlight next to Southeast Asia Majors and that one epic Vainglory Worlds tournament last year. This year, the little red dot south of Semenanjung Malaysia gets a large-scale 3-day esports tournament in the form of the PvP Esports Championship. If you're a fan of Dota 2, Arena Of Valor, and H...

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Singapore Dota 2 Player Iceiceice Banned On Twitch After Saying The N Word

Top image credit: Reddit It's 2018, and yet there are just some things you aren't allowed to say on TV and on livestream. One of Singapore's finest esports players learned that the hard way. According to Tilt Report, Daryl "iceiceice" Koh allegedly dropped a racial slur while streaming on Twitch, specifically the N-word. Because of this, his stre...

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