Mobile Legends Pinoy champs to battle in Singapore

Mobile Legends Pinoy champs to battle in Singapore


Singtel Mobile Legends Championship set Saturday.


Ace Saatchi & Saatchi Starlighters seized the title of Philippine Mobile Legends champions Tuesday. They won the the Adobo Esports Season 1: Mobile Legends Mythical Bowl. And they bagged the cash prize of P 60,000.

But this is the easier part. The Pinoy champions will battle Mobile Legends victors in Singapore, Indonesia, and Thailand Saturday. The Starlighters will represent the Philippines in the Singtel PVP Esports Corporate Championship.

In the 2020 edition of PVP Esports, Singtel partnered with other South East Asian telcos. This include AIS (Thailand), Globe (Philippines), and Telkomsel (Indonesia).

Pinoy champ Mobile Legends
Ace Saatchi & Saatchi Starlighters!

Globe

In the Philippines, the finals turned out to be a tight battle. But the Ace Saatchi & Saatchi Starlighters prevailed over the Dentsu Jayme Syfu.Adobo magazine kicked off its first ever Esports League within the advertising community. Sixteen top advertising agencies in the country joined.

For the league’s co-presenter Globe, this is a step in the right direction. The telecom aims to grow esports across different sectors, including the corporate space.


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“The esports industry has been making impressive strides in recent years. We are beyond thrilled to be a part of adobo Esports,” said DC Dominguez, Head of Globe Games and Esports. The adobo Esports Season 1: Mobile Legends Mythical Bowl connected the ad community. It replaced the annual adobo Football cup.

Contestants

  • Ace Saatchi & Saatchi’s  Starlighters
  • AdSpark’s Sparks
  • BBDO Guerrero Legends
  • DDB’s DDBangBang
  • Dentsu Jayme Syfu’s Team DJS
  • GIGIL’s mGGling
  • IPG Mediabrands’ IPGG
  • McCann Worldgroup Philippines McCann Mythics
  • MullenLowe’s KALABAN
  • NuWorks’ Phoenix
  • Ogilvy and Mass Testing
  • Publicis JimenezBasic’s PJBangBang
  • Propel Manila’s Team Propel
  • TBWA\Santiago Mangada Puno’s Mythyakalz
  • VLMY&R’s EZLYF, and
  • Wunderman Thompson’s GGWT.

Shift to Mobile Legends

The preliminary games started last August 6. View the epic conclusion to this battle at https://www.facebook.com/adoboEsports/.

The winner flies to the Singtel’s PVP Esports Corporate Championship in Singapore. They received P60,000. Runner-ups took home cash prizes starting from P30,000 for 2nd place. The 3rd and 4th places got P12,000. There is P10,000 for 5th and 6th places and P8,000 for 7th and 8th places. Special awards include Globe MVP Award, the Best Team Poster Award, and the Best in Team Spirit Award.

“We are taking the agencies’ competitive spirit online. We shift the pitches from the board room or zoom room to a game of Mobile Legends. This is way to relieve the hard working-from-home agency people and spark joy.” said Angel Guerrero, President and Editor-in-Chief of adobo magazine.

Find out more at https://www.facebook.com/adoboEsports/. Learn more at www.globe.com.ph.

What is Mobile Legends?

Mobile Legends is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) for iOS and Android devices. It was developed and published by Shanghai Moonton Technology, a game development company based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The game pits 2 teams of 5 against each other, with the main objective being to destroy the opponent’s base.

How is it different from Dota2 and League of Legends?

A typical game of Mobile Legends runs 10 to 15 minutes in your mobile. Dota 2 and League of Legends runs in the PC. These games might last from 40 minutes to an hour. This year though, LoL can be played on your cell phone.


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