GIGABYTE, one of the leading motherboard manufacturer in the world, alongside Mineski just announced the expansion of GIGABYTE Mineski ProGaming League to the other parts of South-East Asia.
Mr. Danny Chang, Regional Sales Director of GIGABYTE, just announced their plans for 2013. GEST 2013 - GIGABYTE Mineski Pro Gaming League 2013.
GEST, is one of the major eSports tournament in South East Asia, will now be merged to the premiere tournament in the Philippines, GMPGL.
According to Mr. Chang, GEST IDC and GEST DOTA 2 will now become part of the GMPGL. GEST IDC and GEST DOTA 2 will be the monthly finals for each GMPGL Legs. The top 4 finishers of each monthly leg will be the country's representative for the GEST Interleague. Joining them are the top 2 finishers from Thailand and top finisher from Myanmar, Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia.
Since GMPGL will be SEA-centric, top DOTA teams of each national league will be invited tojoin GMPGL Grand Final in Manila.
"The Mineski Events team has showed their great passion and management skills in organizing amazing e-sport leagues.Today we are glad to announce GMPGL will extend to whole SEA in 2013. GEST IDC and DOTA 2 will become GMPGL monthly final. Most countries GMPGL will be offline. Some of them we still do online before we find the suitable cybercafe partners." - Danny Chang.
Representatives from the Mineski,GIGABYTE and HOW poses after signing the contract
GMPGL Thailand will be held at House of Warriors (HOW).
Mineski together with GIGABYTE and HOW will work together for the GMPGL SEA
"GIGABYTE and Mineski both intend to establish a complete and true eSports environment in SEA. I also would like to introduce our official cybercafe partner in Bangkok, House of Warriors, also known as HOW. It's one of the best end cybercafe in Thailand. We are glad to have their sponsor to encourage more teams to join us".
Stay tuned to Mineski.net for more details about the GMPGL SEA.