Singapore, 22 May 2018 – The Cyberathlete Professional League (CPL) and the Asia GAME Festival (AGF) Organizing Committee are proud to announce the official launch of The CPL Championship for Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) that will be taking place on 9-10 June 2018 at AGF 2018.

The CPL Championship-PUBG is organised by CPL, in partnership with Micro-Star International (MSI), and supported by PUBG Corporation.

This is the first time that a regional level championship utilizing PUBG is being held and it will involve the gaming communities from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam. The top gamers from these countries will be battling it out in a 100-man battle royale showdown for fame, glory, frying pan trophies and cash prizes totaling S$10,000.

Through a combination of online qualifiers and invitational format prior to the Championship, the country representatives of Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines will be selected and invited directly to AGF.

For Singapore and Malaysia, 80 teams will be competing during the online qualifiers to represent their respective countries.  Singapore’s Cyber sports & Online Gaming Association (SCOGA) will be streaming on their Twitch channel for the Singapore and Malaysia online qualifiers happening on 19 May and 27 May respectively.

An additional 14 slots will be open to the regional gaming communities to register for the live finals. This gives them a second chance to fight for the highest glory in the Championship.

The Championship is organised by the Cyberathlete Professional League (CPL) and partnered with Micro-Star International (MSI). MSI is the exclusive Notebook and PC system partner for this Championship and will be providing their top of the line range of products to give the gamers the best experience possible when competing on the main
e-Sports stage.

For more information about the CPL Championship-PUBG, click here.

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