The Corporate League gaming competition is back with a RM20,000 prize pool.

An esports competition for working professionals who love gaming.
The Corporates League Season 2 Gaming Competition News Asia Today

Working class professionals who love mobile gaming are in for a treat.

The Corporate League Season 2, a gaming competition specially for working class professionals, is now back after a successful first season with participants from brands such as Shell, AirAsia, Petronas, MDEC, and more.

The competition, which spots a prize pool of RM20,000, will officially kick-off from 20th July until the 1st of October 2020.

The Corporate League gaming competition is back with a RM20,000 prize pool. 73
Brands that participated in Season 1

The competition will run on an eleven-week league format across four major game titles for PC and mobile, which are:

  • Dota 2
  • Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO)
  • Mobile Legends :Bang Bang (MLBB)
  • PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile (PUBG Mobile).

The top 10 teams from each game will also be eligible to secure a slot in the next season, which will comprise of a more sophisticated league format.

This time around, it is estimated that over 450 players from over 60 corporates will be participating in the competition which promises much excitement.

Interested corporates that wish to send teams can submit their applications to participate via the official website here.

“The launch of The Corporate League is to widen the esports ecosystem and create a new environment that enables healthy competition out of work for the Malaysian workforce. We are proud to be expanding the current esports ecosystem beyond the developed communities and with The Corporate at the forefront, we bring along industry experts that together will harness the growth potential of the industry for people of all levels. We also welcome any brands who are interested to be our partners and contributors to this endeavour,” says Muhamad Arif, Lead Project Manager of The Corporate League.

Jia Suriyanto
Indonesian Journalist at News Asia Today. I cover the latest news and stories on Indonesia, particularly on business.