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Get your game face on for two action packed weeks filled with excitement, fun and plenty of prizes! eSports continues to gain rapid interest both internationally and domestically. Riding on this wave, the eCurve Gaming Championship returns for the second consecutive year, following the success of its inaugural championship held in 2019.

Starting March 13th until 22nd, avid gamers are in for a treat with a variety of online and offline tournaments and games taking place throughout the two-week period. During the first weekend, patrons can show off their football skills in the Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 (PES 20) tournament on March 14th. Shoppers can participate in a Beyblade competition on the 15th, which is sure to invoke nostalgic memories. Patrons can also opt to take part in a Vanguard and Magic card trading competition during the first week of the eCurve Gaming Championship.

eCurve Gaming Championship

The following weekend will see participants vying for glory during the Mobile Legends tournament on 21st March, culminating with the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) tournament on the 22nd. Those looking for the video game experiences can take part in Beat Saber Playstation Virtual Reality and F1 Formula Racing mini challenges during the weekdays or have the option to wind down and relax with a variety of games on PlayStation 4.

This year, the eCurve Gaming Championship is looking to give away a total of RM12,000 for the champions of PES 20, PUBG, MLBB and many more!

PUBG and Mobile Legends champions will each walk away with a cash prize of RM1,000 whilst second, third and fourth runner ups will receive RM750, RM500 and RM250 respectively. PES 20 winners will take home RM1, 000 whilst the second, third and fourth prize winners will receive RM500, RM300 and RM200, respectively.

The top eight finalists of the Beyblade tournament will stand a chance to bring home cash prizes totalling RM1, 000 while the top four winners of the Vanguard and Magic trading card tournament will also be rewarded with a prize pool of RM2, 000.

Last but not least, daily top scorers of the Beat Saber and F1 Formula Racing mini challenges will receive RM100.

Gina Long Ahmad, Acting General Manager, commented, “Upon receiving great response from EGC 2019, we decided to bring it back this year, but on a bigger and better scale! The gaming industry is expansive, spanning various games on various different formats. While PUBG and Mobile Legends continue to be long-standing favourites, we understand there are plenty of other games out there as well. This year, with the addition of popular card games and video games, we are confident there is something to suit everyone’s interests. We hope that our budding gamers will have a good time at the EGC 2020, pursuing their hobbies as well as strengthening camaraderie. We wish all the competing teams good luck!”

Be sure to catch the action happening at eCurve, as all tournaments will be broadcasted live on eCurve’s Facebook page as well as on Kitamen Facebook and Kitamen Shah Alam Facebook. With a giant LED screen and live commentary, the Centre Atrium will be the ideal place to cheer on for your favourite PUBG and Mobile Legends teams together with your family and friends!

Eager to know more about eCurve Gaming Championship 2020? Contact eCurve’s Customer Care officers at 03 – 7710 7168 or visit www.ecurve.my or eCurve’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/eCurveMall or eCurve’s Instagram page at www.instagram.com/ecurve_official (ecurve_official).

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