Riot Games, the developers behind the MOBA League Of Legends, has announced a new program that will benefit college students in Malaysia. The Riot Student Ambassador program is the first of its kind here in Malaysia, where selected students under this program will undergo a one-year program that “aims to help participants develop transferable career critical skills and jump-start their future careers, regardless of their chosen discipline.”
The first batch of students for the Riot Student Ambassador has been selected- 28 students from 28 different universities and colleges around the country. A minimum of CGPA 3.5 were required to apply for the program.
Fire Dragoon is a local e-sports team that has making names here in Malaysia. Their Dota 2 team managed to reached 6th for the Boston Major SEA Qualifiers and finished third in last year’s UMobile GameOnz MSI MGA Dota 2 Tournament. Their League Of Legends squad is now in the top 4 in the Malaysia’s equivalent to the LCS- The Legends Circuit hosted by Garena. They also once had one of the strongest CS:GO roster in Malaysia.
Last Sunday saw Fire Dragoon fully committed into the business of building an e-sports team by launching their office and announcing a partnership with TteSports, the gaming brand for hardware manufacturer Thermaltake.
“e-Sports has [...]
Lenovo Malaysia has officially launched the new Y520 and Y720 gaming laptops, and has also put a name for its Y series of gaming products. For so long Lenovo has put out decent hardware that could run top of the line games but at the fraction of other gaming brands, but they have now joined the party with what see as the perfect name: Legion.
What started from as a quote from the bible, the word Legion has been used for many things, including a rallying call for the Anonymous social group to a character in Mass Effect 2 that shares a mindhive from a collective of consciousness. The choice here is pretty much deliberate: one can see it as them acknowledging the many gamers and [...]
Samsung is a giant in the mobile industry nowadays, but they are now going to seriously dip into the gaming hardware market as well. The South Korean electronics company has unveiled the new curved gaming monitor, the CFG70, now available in Malaysia.
The CFG70 comes in two sizes, 24-inch and 27-inch. It may not be the biggest of panels, but it is ticking the right checkboxes that gamers would approve of. Up to 144Hz of refresh, AMD Freesync, and a moving picture response time (MPRT) of under 2ms that should eliminate unintended motion blurs.
Samsung also pushes on visual quality with the monitors, using its Quantum Dot technology that on paper should provide more [...]
Get ready to be greeted by Uncle Death and suplexing haters as Let It Die has now been confirmed for an Asian release. Playstation Blog Asia confirmed it will be coming on February 2, the date we first reported to be the Japanese release.
The hack-and slash, Souls-like, rouge-like action game is entirely free-to-play, though there are micro-transactions. Oddly enough you can pre-order the game for RM120 to get access on various in-game items. Which are:Death Metals (x40)- the premium currency Express Pass (x1)- a 30-day pass for various perks 1 Premium Decal- an increase of max HP by 20%
Seems like a steep offer, since the game will be free after all. We do not [...]
MVP Phoenix, exceedingly viewed as the best South Korean Dota 2 group ever, has authoritatively disbanded.
Bolster player Kim “Dubu” Doo-young was the first to go separate ways with the program on January 1, taking after a grievous execution at the Boston Major in December where MVP Phoenix was set last. From that point forward, the staying four players: Lee “Forev” Sang-don, Kim “QO” Seon-yeob, Kim “Velo” Tae-sung, and Kim “Febby” Yong-min, have likewise left the group.
Farewell to @QOdota @Velodota2 @Febbydota @DubuDota #ForevThank you for great service in our team. We hope best wishes [...]