Total prize of 8.18 Billion! These 7 E-Sports Tournaments with the Biggest Prizes in Malaysia

Many games that make money and you can choose to add the coffers. Because the sophistication of the times, supports you get good fortune. Currently there are many games that make money for your wallet.

The capital used is also not much really, most just a computer capital or smart phone, plus a free account. Perseverance and tenacity are the main keys to get success in making money through games.

But you know what, games that make money? And how can you get rich from playing games? The answer is, E-Sports!

The development of the world of E-Sports in Malaysia continues to increase. Not only was the inauguration of the E-Sports branch as one of the sports branches that were formally contested in several national or international championships, various E-Sports tournaments also continued to be held. In fact, the total prize was in the billions of ringgit.

Reported by various sources by AKURAT.CO, these 7 E-Sports tournaments with the largest total prize in Malaysia.

  1. Free Fire Champions Cup 2020

Starting 2020, the Malaysian government through the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy (Menparekraf), Wishnutama Kusubandio, will hold one of the largest E-Sports tournaments in Malaysia. Starting on April 19, 2020, the Free Fire Champions Cup tournament is specifically competing for the Free Fire branch of the game with a total prize of MYR8.18 billion.

  1. Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) Season 4

Not only was the tournament the biggest prize pool in 2019, but the Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) Season 4 also became the first E-Sports league to use a franchise league system in Malaysia. That is, each team participating in the tournament is required to pay a registration fee that reaches MYR 15 billion. Taking place in August to October 2020 at the XO Hall and Tennis Indoor Senayan, the tournament which was participated by eight teams competing for prizes reached IDR4.25 billion.

  1. SEACA 2020

First held in 2018, the South East Asia Cyber ​​Arena (SEACA) was again held by UniPin Esports in November 2020. With four games pitted, Dota 2, Free Fire, Player Unknown’s Battleground (PUBG) Mobile, and Tekken, participants in the Southeast Asian tournament compete for a total prize of MYR2.4 billion.

  1. Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) Season 3

If MPL Season 4 is held at the end of 2020, MPL Season 3 will be held online in January 2020. MPL Season 3 was participated in by 12 teams and fought for a total prize of MYR1.7 billion.

  1. Presidential Cup

The President’s Cup with the help of the Malaysia E-Sports Premiere League (IESPL) is the first E-Sports tournament organized by the Malaysian government. Held in January to March 2020, the tournament, which was held in several regions in Malaysia, fought over a total prize of MYR1.5 billion. In addition, the three best teams in the Presidential Cup entered the Pelatnas in preparation for competing in the Philippine Sea Games last.

  1. ESL National Championship Season 1

Held in January to March, ESL National Championship Season 1 competed two games, namely Dota 2 and Arena of Valor (AOV). The tournament, which was won by BOOM.ID in the Dota 2 and EVOS Esports games in AOV, won a total prize of MYR 1.4 billion.

  1. JD.ID High School League 2020

Not only for professional E-Sports players, some tournaments are also specifically designed for players who are still high school students. One of them is JD.ID High School League 2020. With three games competed, namely the Dota 2 league, the Dota 2 tournament, and the Mobile Legends tournament, JD.ID HSL 2019 is fighting for a total prize of MYR 1.2 billion.

These tournaments not only gave birth to various national athletes in the E-Sports branch, but can also be used to promote Malaysia’s tourist attractions.