Tencent Sport has turned to Mineski Global for its expertise in handling world-class esports tournaments for the Southeast Asian (SEA) qualifier stage of the World University Cyber League (WUCL) 2020 featuring Clash Royale, League of Legends, and PUBG Mobile.
Schools from the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam have the opportunity to send their teams to vie for honor and glory in one of the biggest esports tournaments for schools and students. Games begin on June 28 and run until July 9 with the finals from July 10 to 15.
The qualifiers for the SEA region are spearheaded by Mineski Global’s Philippine division in a tie-up with its grassroots development program, the Youth Esports Program (YEP). The program is an initiative in the Philippines to develop future esports talent in the country through student initiative.
“We’re excited to be spearheading this opportunity to provide aspiring student esports athletes a competition on an international stage. For many students, this will be a dream come true and, we hope, a life milestone for talented gamers,” said Marlon “Lon” Marcelo, director, YEP.
Meanwhile, Tencent Sports, the organizer for WUCL 2020 expressed their excitement in partnering with Mineski Global for the tournament, which they aim to be the biggest student-based esports tournament in the SEA region. The SEA leg of the WUCL is giving away a total prize of USD 5,000 split across the three titles.
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