Malaysians and Filipinos unite as former Arrow Gaming captain and Johnny’s Revenge carry, Johnny “Johnny” Lee confirmed his inclusion to Mineski-Dota. Early midnight, Johnny using his personal Facebook page officially announced that he will be flying to Manila this coming Friday to play once again for Mineski-Dota.
A team that every Burmese can be proud of. A big dream coming from a team whose birth was just inside a small cafe. But soon after that dream became a reality as Gseven continued to carry their flags high in international events and this time, the team will be bearing their country's flag in the MPGL SEA!
Looks like the current roster of Arrow Gaming will be "fired" from their team after their management decided to punish them for the match-fixing scandal they are facing right now.
Dota2Lounge (D2L), the major Dota 2 item betting site has released their investigation results concerning the "#322" scandal.
Fair warning: don't be surprised if you can't identify iDEAL.GIGABYTE's roster on their return to the second MPGL SEA Grand Finals. Their former roster was disbanded after the players had their schedule filled up with work. Too sad for their captain, Weerapach "Min" Pipachsuppamas, he won't be able to take revenge in the macho man look contest.
Amidst the 322 controversy in the South East Asian region, Multiple teams are still in the process of rebuilding their teams with player acquisition.
Jupiter Mars "Elgee" Gaboy has announced his retirement from the competitive FPS scene on his facebook profile, a decision he made way back last year.
The biggest Assaultfire league in the country is nearing it's end. The Grand Finals of the MPGL Assaultfire is coming fast and it will be one of it's kind. The Grand Finals will feature eight team from all over the country and a new compensation system.
With only few days ahead before the tournament finals, Vitalii “v1lat” Volochia together with Team Secret support, Big Daddy has drawn the groupings for the 8 teams competing in Ukraine this October 23-26.
6 legs of bloody MPGL SEA Class S action now has come to a close. The Filipino team playing in Korea proved to be too much in the absence of the consitent contender, Team Malaysia. Cast, Ryo and the Filipinos' won the last leg of Mineski Pro-Gaming League SEA Leg 6.
After 3 days of battle in the Siam Paragon Thailand, Team Malaysia emerged victorious as they managed to defeat Gigabyte.Mineski of the Philippines. As the winner of the tournament Mushi and his squad just bagged an easy $10,000 followed by Mineski with standins JR.Johhhny and Ah Fu going home with $3,000.
Thailand Game Show Big Festival 2014 live updates!
MPGL SEA Leg 6 Class S live updates!
One of the biggest e-sports events in the country is back, Pinoy Gaming Festival 2014. This two-day event will happen on the 25-26 of October in SM Megamall, Megatradehall.
The first-ever Assaultfire year-end awards has just been announced. The players from the teams who got the highest points were nominated for the first year's awards.