2018 Asian Games: Last call to register for Malaysian qualifiers in eSports
If you have always wanted to represent Malaysia in an international eSports event, this is your chance.
Don't miss out on the opportunity to register for the Malaysian qualifiers for eSports events at the upcoming 2018 Asian Games.
Happening from Aug 18 to Sep 2 in Indonesia, the Asian Games is a multi-sport event that is already in its 18th year. This year, it will be held in Jakarta and Palembang simultaneously, and for the first time has six demonstration games as part of the eSports event. This includes Arena Of Valor, Hearthstone, Pro Evolution Soccer, League Of Legends, Clash Royale and StarCraft 2.
National eSports body Esports Malaysia, with the support of the National Sports Council of Malaysia, is running an open qualifying rounds for Hearthstone, Starcraft 2, Clash Royale, and Pro Evolution Soccer qualifiers.
The team selection for League Of Legends will be based on tournament host Riot Games' suggestions, while the Arena Of Valor selection is based on results from the AOV World Cup qualifiers.
Qualifiers will be held from May 26 to 27, and the winners of each game stand a chance to represent Malaysia at the 2018 Asian Games.
You can register for Hearthstone, Starcraft II and Clash Royale here, and those interested in Pro Evolution Soccer can register here.
Registrations for Hearthstone, StarCraft 2 and Clash Royale are free, while Pro Evolution Soccer has a registration fee of RM35.