Just when you think this event already big enough, the PMCO 2019 Fall Split Finals has a bigger and grander plan. Aside from hosting the largest PUBG Mobile tournament the world has ever seen, the PMCO finals in Kuala Lumpur will also see other various attractions including gaming, cosplay, professional eSport talents, and also stage performances from celebrities including our local music talent Naim Daniel, Canadian singer Henry Lau, and Indian rapper Badshah.
Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) will focus on creating digital education content in the esport sphere, as the government in Budget 2020 had allocated RM20 million for the industry’s development.
The Esports Kuala Lumpur Association (ESKL) and the Federal Territory Council said they planned to introduce esports as an activity in all high schools in Malaysia’s capital city.
Malaysian esports – Many years on, competitive gaming has gone from being a scene to becoming a multi-billion-dollar industry, where the best at their game
When eSports was announced as a medal sport at the SEA Games next year, it opened up an avenue for Malaysian eSports players to prove that they can compete at the regional level.
Sabah may be on course to becoming a force in the emerging esport arena with the staging of the Immortals Cup in March next year which, initially, will be restricted to participation by gamers within Malaysian Borneo and Brunei.