Esports Fight Club (EFC), has teamed up with PUBG MOBILE to introduce the Ultimate Warrior Showdown (UWS): PUBG MOBILE Asia Invitational, with the support from PUBG MOBILE and Tencent Games. In addition to the tournament, EFC will be working closely with HUYA to build and drive a new sustainable partnership.
From 5 – 7 July 2021, the UWS is only open to invited top professional teams from across the Asia region, who will compete for a prize pool of USD 90,000. The three-day tournament will see 16 professional teams from 14 countries and regions including Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Mainland China, Taiwan/Hong Kong regions, Cambodia, Nepal, Pakistan, Mongolia and Bangladesh vie for the grand prize in 12 rounds via 4 maps a day, beginning 11.00am – 6.00pm (GMT+8) each day. Among the invited top teams include RSG (Malaysia), Da Kun Gaming (Mainland China), and LIT Esports (Taiwan/Hong Kong regions).
The prize pool will be allocated to a total of 12 positions, with the Grand Prize winner taking home USD 27,000, second prize winner USD 18,000 and third prize winner with USD 9,000. The remaining will be divided among fourth to tenth prize winners, as well as to honorary title winners such as MVP and Winner Winner Chicken Dinner.
Esports Fight Club – a reward-based platform for esports, gaming, and video entertainment—is a leading company providing proprietary technology, uniquely rewarding gamers, viewers, and publishers. This is EFC’s fourth Ultimate Warrior Showdown, with the first touted as one of the largest PUBG MOBILE tournaments in Asia and garnering positive sentiments across the gaming community. “This is a new milestone for EFC, and is in line with our commitment to bolster gaming communities through official platforms such as Tencent and HUYA. After receiving great response from the previous UWS, we are confident that we are on the right path to provide gamers in the region with the support they need in the esports industry”, said RJ Mark, Founder and CEO of Esports Fight Club.
On top of this exciting announcement, EFC have also announced that they are embarking on a partnership with Huya Inc., a leading game live-streaming platform in China. With a large and active game live-streaming community, Huya made its mark in the esports industry with continuous cooperations with esports event organizers, as well as major gaming developers and publishers. Huya will be the exclusive platform that live streams UWS in Chinese.
“Huya is thrilled to be partnering and working closely with EFC to build and drive new sustainable experiences for a tournament such as UWS that elevates the esports scene across the region. This is consistent with what Huya started out to do, and we aim to continue to forge partnerships with key brands and communities in order to achieve our objective.”, shared Victoria Guo, Tournament Manager of Huya.
Catering to all PUBG MOBILE enthusiasts and supporters across the region, UWS will be streamed in three languages. The Gaming Company (TGC) will be the appointed partner for EFC to execute the UWS. Join in on the excitement and feel the heat on the following platforms on 5th July!
English on Esports Fight Club Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/EsFightClub
Chinese on Huya – https://www.huya.com/uwss4
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