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BACS #3 SEA Tournament Info

December 24, 2021 |by Zenway Productions | Comments Off on BACS #3 SEA Tournament Info | News

1.    Tournament schedule

Key dates

Registration period

  • 10 Jan 2021 to 23 Jan 2021

Tournament dates

All timing to be in UTC+7

  • 10 Jan 2021 to 23 Jan 2021

10th January 2022 Monday (Cambodia Qualifiers)
19:30 – 20:00 REPORTING TIME
20:00 – 21:00 ROUND 1
21:00 – 22:00 ROUND 2
22:00 – 23:00 ROUND 3

11th January 2022 Tuesday (Cambodia Finals)
19:30 – 20:00 REPORTING TIME
20:00 – 21:00 QUARTER FINALS
21:00 – 22:00 SEMI FINALS

11th January 2022 Tuesday (Thailand Qualifiers)
19:30 – 20:00 REPORTING TIME
20:00 – 21:00 ROUND 1
21:00 – 22:00 ROUND 2
22:00 – 23:00 ROUND 3

12th January 2022 Wednesday (Thailand Finals)
19:30 – 20:00 REPORTING TIME
20:00 – 21:00 QUARTER FINALS
21:00 – 22:00 SEMI FINALS

12th January 2022 Wednesday (Malaysia Qualifiers)
19:30 – 20:00 REPORTING TIME
20:00 – 21:00 ROUND 1
21:00 – 22:00 ROUND 2
22:00 – 23:00 ROUND 3

13th January 2022 Thursday (Malaysia Finals)
19:30 – 20:00 REPORTING TIME
20:00 – 21:00 QUARTER FINALS
21:00 – 22:00 SEMI FINALS

13th January 2022 Thursday (Indonesia Qualifiers)
19:30 – 20:00 REPORTING TIME
20:00 – 21:00 ROUND 1
21:00 – 22:00 ROUND 2
22:00 – 23:00 ROUND 3

14th November 2022 Friday (Indonesia Finals)
19:30 – 20:00 REPORTING TIME
20:00 – 21:00 QUARTER FINALS
21:00 – 22:00 SEMI FINALS

16th January 2022 Sunday (Country Finals) (Streamed)
10:30 – 11:00 REPORTING TIME
11:00 – 12:30 Cambodia GRAND FINALS
12:30 – 14:00 Thailand GRAND FINALS
14:00 – 15:30 Malaysia GRAND FINALS
15:30 – 17:00 Indonesia GRAND FINALS

22nd January 2022 Saturday (SEA Regional Finals Top 8) (Streamed)
10:30 – 11:00 REPORTING TIME
11:00 – 12:30 QUARTER FINALS 1
12:30 – 14:00 QUARTER FINALS 2
14:00 – 15:30 QUARTER FINALS 3
15:30 – 17:00 QUARTER FINALS 4

23rd January 2022 Sunday (SEA Regional Finals Top 4) (Streamed)
10:30 – 11:00 REPORTING TIME
11:00 – 12:30 SEMI FINALS 1
12:30 – 14:00 SEMI FINALS 2
14:00 – 15:30 3RD/4TH PLACE
15:30 – 17:30 GRAND FINALS

2.    Registration

  • Qualification
    • Teams with member(s) with records of cheating/hacking will not be allowed to participate in the tournament.
    • Clans/Guilds/Esport Organisations can have multiple teams participating in the tournament. These teams will need to have difference in team name (e.g. Wolf Esports Fire & Wolf Esports Ice)
    • Players can only be registered under 1 team.
    • 3 of the main team players must be from the qualifier country, however your 2 other main and 2 sub players can be from any SEA country. (E.G If your team is playing in the Cambodia Qualifier, there must at least be 3 Cambodian players always playing for all rounds. The other 2 players can be from any SEA country listed below.)

List of SEA Countries:

Brunei

Burma (Myanmar)

Cambodia

Timor-Leste

Indonesia

Laos

Malaysia

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Vietnam

3.    Tournament Management

  • Prior to tournament days
    • Captains to join the designated discord (https://discord.gg/d6XseAx8Bp)
    • Captains to change their discord name to Teamname.IGN (E.G, Firewolves.Jack02)
    • Captains will be assigned roles in discord according to country qualifier.

Tournament day

i.      Reporting

  • Teams to report 60 minutes before the tournament start.
  • Teams to standby 30 minutes before the start of their own game. Any teams that are absent without valid reason will be disqualified from the tournament.
  • Participant details (Team, team members) and team match up will be announced on discord, for all participants and admins to monitor.

ii.  Match flow

  • Captains to add your opponent captain when it’s your team’s turn to play.
  • Captains will take turn to host the room and invite teams to the room.
  • When both teams are present, captains will need to verify the team and team members. Any teams that have swapped in unregistered players will be disqualified.
  • Captains will then follow the rules to proceed with ban pick procedure.
  • There shall not be any observers during the match unless permitted.
  • Room host to make sure everyone is ready, and count down from 10 at the chat box before starting the game.
  • Captains to take a screenshot of match result and submit to discord as evidence after each match.
  • Players are encouraged to record game or take screenshots as evidence for bug/cheat reporting.

4.    Tournament format

  • Country Qualifiers
    • Single Elimination
    • Best of Three
    • Top 2 teams from each country will qualify for SEA regional final
  • SEA Regional Final
    • Single Elimination
    • Quarter Final & Semi Final : Best of Three
    • Grand Final : Best of Five

5.    Rules and Regulation

a.      Tournament Rules

  • 3rd party assistants and cheats
    • All software and hardware tools that alters the way the game is being played will not be allowed during the tournament. This includes but not limited to emulator, cheating software, keyboard mouse, gamepads and phone triggers.
    • Tablets such as iPad will not be allowed in the tournament.
    • If the offending team is caught before the series ends, the team will be forfeited the games involving the infringement.
    • If the offending team is caught after the series ends before the next round of the tournament, they’ll be disqualified with their previous opponent taking their place to go through to the next round of the tournament.

Player responsibility

Players are responsible for their own equipments.

Teams will be disqualified if they are not ready 10 minutes after the match time, due to personal reasons (lack of battery, unstable network etc).

The game will not be remade if individual players disconnect due to network instability.

b.     Game remake

  • Game remakes will only happen in the following scenario. Teams will need to screenshot or record for proof.
    • Critical game bug leading to disadvantage to one team (movement, shooting mechanics not working as intended.
    • Observer bug which severely hinders the viewing experience (for streamed games only).
  • IOS Crashing
    • In the event that IOS phones crash and cause the lobby to remake, teams will remake and re-enact score from previous game.
    • If the game crashes for the 3rd time, there will not be further remakes and game result will be based on the score as reflected before the crash happen.
    • In the event that there is a draw, game will be remade.

c.      Game Rules

  • Mode
    • 5v5 Bomb Mode
  • Ban Pick
    • The team that is on top/left of the bracket will get to choose team A or B.

*Maps that are banned in Round 1 can be picked again in Round 2 unless it is banned. This means all maps bans are resetted in every round.

  • Best of Three
    • Round 1
      • Team A bans a map
      • Team B picks a map
      • Team A picks a side
    • Round 2
      • Team B bans a map
      • Team A picks a map
      • Team B picks a side
    • Round 3
      • Team A bans a map
      • Team B picks a map
      • Team A picks a side
  • Best of Five
    • Round 1
      • Team A bans a map
      • Team B picks a map
      • Team A picks a side
    • Round 2
      • Team B bans a map
      • Team A picks a map
      • Team B picks a side
    • Round 3
      • Team A bans a map
      • Team B picks a map
      • Team A picks a side
    • Round 4
      • Team B bans a map
      • Team A picks a map
      • Team B picks a side
    • Round 5
      • Team A bans a map
      • Team B picks a map
      • Team A picks a side

6.    Prize Pool

PlacementPrize (Per Team)
SEA 1stUSD 600 + 40,000 Gems + exclusive title
SEA 2ndUSD 200 + 25,000 Gems + exclusive title
SEA 3rdUSD 150 + 15,000 Gems + exclusive title
SEA 4thUSD 50 + 10,000 Gems + exclusive title
Country Qualifiers 1st20,000 Gems
Country Qualifiers 2nd12,000 Gems
Country Qualifiers 3rd8,000 Gems
Country Qualifiers 4th5,000 Gems

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BACS #2 SEA Tournament Info

October 28, 2021 |by Zenway Productions | Comments Off on BACS #2 SEA Tournament Info | News

1.    Tournament schedule

Key dates

Registration period

  • 18 Oct 2021 to 7 Nov 2021

Tournament dates

All timing to be in UTC+7

  • 13 Nov 2021 to 21 Nov 2021

13th November 2021 Saturday (Cambodia Qualifiers)
10:30 – 11:00 REPORTING TIME
11:00 – 12:00 ROUND 1
12:00 – 13:00 ROUND 2
13:00 – 14:00 ROUND 3

13th November 2021 Saturday (Indonesia Qualifiers)
19:30 – 20:00 REPORTING TIME
20:00 – 21:00 ROUND 1
21:00 – 22:00 ROUND 2
22:00 – 23:00 ROUND 3

14th November 2021 Sunday (Thailand Qualifiers)
10:30 – 11:00 REPORTING TIME
11:00 – 12:00 ROUND 1
12:00 – 13:00 ROUND 2
13:00 – 14:00 ROUND 3

14th November 2021 Sunday (Malaysia Qualifiers)
19:30 – 20:00 REPORTING TIME
20:00 – 21:00 ROUND 1
21:00 – 22:00 ROUND 2
22:00 – 23:00 ROUND 3

15th November 2021 Monday (Indonesia Finals) (Streamed)
18:00 – 19:30 SEMI FINALS 1
19:30 – 22:00 SEMI FINALS 2
22:00 – 23:30 GRAND FINALS (3rd/4th played off stream)

16th November 2021 Tuesday (Thailand Finals) (Streamed)
18:00 – 19:30 SEMI FINALS 1
19:30 – 22:00 SEMI FINALS 2
22:00 – 23:30 GRAND FINALS (3rd/4th played off stream)

17th November 2021 Wednesday (Malaysia Finals) (Streamed)
18:00 – 19:30 SEMI FINALS 1
19:30 – 22:00 SEMI FINALS 2
22:00 – 23:30 GRAND FINALS (3rd/4th played off stream)

18th November 2021 Thursday (Cambodia Finals) (Streamed)
18:00 – 19:30 SEMI FINALS 1
19:30 – 22:00 SEMI FINALS 2
22:00 – 23:30 GRAND FINALS (3rd/4th played off stream)

20th November 2021 Saturday (SEA Top 8) (Streamed)
11:00 – 12:30 QUARTER FINALS 1
12:30 – 14:00 QUARTER FINALS 2
14:00 – 15:30 QUARTER FINALS 3
15:30 – 17:00 QUARTER FINALS 4

21st November 2021 Sunday (SEA Top 4) (Streamed)
11:00 – 12:30 SEMI FINALS 1
12:30 – 14:00 SEMI FINALS 2
14:00 – 15:30 3RD/4TH PLACE
15:30 – 17:30 GRAND FINALS

2.    Registration

  • Qualification
    • Teams with member(s) with records of cheating/hacking will not be allowed to participate in the tournament.
    • Clans/Guilds/Esport Organisations can have multiple teams participating in the tournament. These teams will need to have difference in team name (e.g. Wolf Esports Fire & Wolf Esports Ice)
    • Players can only be registered under 1 team.
    • 3 of the main team players must be from the qualifier country, however your 2 other main and 1 sub players can be from any SEA country. (E.G If your team is playing in the Cambodia Qualifier, there must at least be 3 Cambodian players always playing for all rounds. The other 2 players can be from any SEA country listed below.)

List of SEA Countries:

Brunei

Burma (Myanmar)

Cambodia

Timor-Leste

Indonesia

Laos

Malaysia

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Vietnam

3.    Tournament Management

  • Prior to tournament days
    • Captains to join the designated discord (https://discord.gg/wcC8UwcZAH)
    • Captains to change their discord name to Teamname.IGN (E.G, Firewolves.Jack02)
    • Captains will be assigned roles in discord according to country qualifier.

Tournament day

i.      Reporting

  • Teams to report 60 minutes before the tournament start.
  • Teams to standby 30 minutes before the start of their own game. Any teams that are absent without valid reason will be disqualified from the tournament.
  • Participant details (Team, team members) and team match up will be announced on discord, for all participants and admins to monitor.

ii.  Match flow

  • Captains to add your opponent captain when it’s your team’s turn to play.
  • Captains will take turn to host the room and invite teams to the room.
  • When both teams are present, captains will need to verify the team and team members. Any teams that have swapped in unregistered players will be disqualified.
  • Captains will then follow the rules to proceed with ban pick procedure.
  • There shall not be any observers during the match unless permitted.
  • Room host to make sure everyone is ready, and count down from 10 at the chat box before starting the game.
  • Captains to take a screenshot of match result and submit to discord as evidence after each match.
  • Players are encouraged to record game or take screenshots as evidence for bug/cheat reporting.

4.    Tournament format

  • Country Qualifiers
    • Single Elimination
    • Best of Three
    • Top 2 teams from each country will qualify for SEA regional final
  • SEA Regional Final
    • Single Elimination
    • Quarter Final & Semi Final : Best of Three
    • Grand Final : Best of Five

5.    Rules and Regulation

a.      Tournament Rules

  • 3rd party assistants and cheats
    • All software and hardware tools that alters the way the game is being played will not be allowed during the tournament. This includes but not limited to emulator, cheating software, keyboard mouse, gamepads and phone triggers.
    • Tablets such as iPad will not be allowed in the tournament.
  • Player responsibility
    • Players are responsible for their own equipments.
    • Teams will be disqualified if they are not ready 10 minutes after the match time, due to personal reasons (lack of battery, unstable network etc).
    • The game will not be remade if individual players disconnect due to network instability.

b.     Game remake

  • Game remakes will only happen in the following scenario. Teams will need to screenshot or record for proof.
    • Critical game bug leading to disadvantage to one team (movement, shooting mechanics not working as intended.
    • Observer bug which severely hinders the viewing experience (for streamed games only).
  • IOS Crashing
    • In the event that IOS phones crash and cause the lobby to remake, teams will remake and re-enact score from previous game.
    • If the game crashes for the 3rd time, there will not be further remakes and game result will be based on the score as reflected before the crash happen.
    • In the event that there is a draw, game will be remade.

c.      Game Rules

  • Mode
    • 5v5 Bomb Mode
  • Ban Pick
    • The team that is on top/left of the bracket will get to choose team A or B.

*Maps that are banned in Round 1 can be picked again in Round 2 unless it is banned. This means all maps bans are resetted in every round.

  • Best of Three
    • Round 1
      • Team A bans a map
      • Team B picks a map
      • Team A picks a side
    • Round 2
      • Team B bans a map
      • Team A picks a map
      • Team B picks a side
    • Round 3
      • Team A bans a map
      • Team B picks a map
      • Team A picks a side
  • Best of Five
    • Round 1
      • Team A bans a map
      • Team B picks a map
      • Team A picks a side
    • Round 2
      • Team B bans a map
      • Team A picks a map
      • Team B picks a side
    • Round 3
      • Team A bans a map
      • Team B picks a map
      • Team A picks a side
    • Round 4
      • Team B bans a map
      • Team A picks a map
      • Team B picks a side
    • Round 5
      • Team A bans a map
      • Team B picks a map
      • Team A picks a side

6.    Prize Pool

PlacementPrize (Per Team)
SEA 1st40,000 Gems + exclusive title
SEA 2nd25,000 Gems + exclusive title
SEA 3rd15,000 Gems + exclusive title
SEA 4th10,000 Gems + exclusive title
Country Qualifiers 1st20,000 Gems
Country Qualifiers 2nd12,000 Gems
Country Qualifiers 3rd8,000 Gems
Country Qualifiers 4th5,000 Gems
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Stay Home Challenge Breaker – Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Tournament Rules & Regulations

July 15, 2020 |by Zenway Productions | 1 Comments | News

Event Description

This tournament is only open to players based in Singapore. 

Players must be residents or permanent residents in Singapore or holding a foreign student pass and workers permit here in Singapore.

1. Tournament Information

1.1 Format : Single Elimination 

(All games to be in best of 3 except grand finals)

1.2 Day 1 23rd July

  • 7 pm-7.30 pm – Round 1 Game 1
  • 7.40 pm-8.10 pm – Round 1 Game 2
  • 8.10 pm-8.40 pm – Round 1 Game 3 (If any)
  • 9 pm-9.30 pm – Round 2 Game 1
  • 9.40 pm-10.10 pm – Round 2 Game 2
  • 10.10 pm-10.40 pm – Round 2 Game 3 (If any)

1.3 Day 2 24th July 

  • 7 pm-7.30 pm – Round 3 Game 1
  • 7.40 pm-8.10 pm – Round 3 Game 2
  • 8.10 pm-8.40 pm – Round 3 Game 3 (If any)
  • 9 pm-9.30 pm – Round 4 Game 1
  • 9.40 pm-10.10 pm – Round 4 Game 2
  • 10.10 pm-10.40 pm – Round 4 Game 3 (If any)

1.4 Day 3 25th July (Stream Day 1)

  • 8 pm-9.30 pm Semi Finals 1
  • 9.30 pm-11 pm Semi Finals 2

1.5 Day 4 26th July (Stream Day 2)

  •  8 pm-11 pm Grand Finals (Bo5)

2. Prize Pool Breakdown

2.1 Total of $750 worth of cash

  • Champions:  $500
  • 1st Runner Up: $250

3. Format

3.1 Player Eligibility

All players participating in the tournament must enter with their registered Mobile Legends in game name. The game account will be used to invite players into custom matches and for verification purposes.

3. 2 Team and Player Names

Only registered team members can play for a team. Playing a match with a ringer is strictly prohibited. Players and team members must compete with their registered mobile legends in game name during all matches in the tournament proceeding.

3.3 Roster

3.31 Registered Players

Teams are only allowed to play with players registered on the team roster during the registration phase

Players are not allowed to be playing for more than one team at any given time

3.32 Substitutes

Teams are only allowed to have a maximum of 1 substitute players

The registered substitute player cannot be a part of any rosters of other registered teams that are participating in the tournament.

Should such a substitute player be found, the registration of the substitute player will be considered void and will not be able to act as a substitute for the team.

3.33 Roster Changes

Teams can make changes to their roster anytime during a series.

3.4 Game Version

All games are to be played using the latest version of the game to participate in the tournament. Any updates must be installed before the start of the tournament. Any delays need to be kept to a minimum; no time wastage is allowed.

3.5 Technical Issues

Teams are responsible for their own technical issues (hardware). Matches will not be rescheduled due to above mentioned issues and will go on nevertheless. If maximum pause time and/or delay is exceeded, the game will continue even if the issues are unresolved.

3.6 Disqualification

To maintain fairness during the tournament, the organizer reserves the right to disqualify teams.

Teams found partaking in the following scenarios will be disqualified from the tournament:

  • Deliberate stalling of the game can result in losing that game or series entirely
  • Deliberate leaving of a match before it ends can result in a forfeit and winning point awarded to the opposing team
  • Usage of exploits or third-party programs/cheats will result in player and/or team disqualification
  • Unsportsmanlike conduct (Toxicity in chat, excessive bad manners, physical violence etc.) will result in player and/or team disqualification
  • Betting or match fixing will result in player and/or team disqualification

4. Rules

4.1 Tournament Format

4.11 Match Settings

  • 5v5 Draft Mode

4.12 Match Reporting

Teams must report the results after each series to the tournament admins

Teams should screenshot the end of match screen for verification purposes

4.2 No Show

4.21 Registration

Should a team be absent and uncontactable during registration or attendance taking phase, that team will be marked as late and not allowed to participate in the tournament.

4.22 Match

If a player is late during a match or is only ready 15 minutes after the match has started; will not be allowed to play during that series.

The Team Captain will be given a choice to start the match as 5 players or forfeit the match.

The player who is late is not allowed to re-join this match series.

4.23 In-between series

Players are recommended not to go on breaks in between matches in a series.

Should a player need to take a quick break, seek out an admin or marshal.

Players must remain contactable throughout the tournament.

4.24 Disconnections

In any scenario should a player or more leave before a winner has been determined not due to an internet issue disconnection, that player(s) team forfeits the match, and may be subjected to disqualification.

In any circumstances where there is a disconnection/phone crash/application crash, players MUST return to the game as soon as possible and continue playing.

If in any scenario, in the organizer’s opinion that prevents the match from being decided properly, the “re-match” must be played with the same draft.

It is the responsibility of players to call out to a marshal should these situations occur.

5. Conduct

5.1 Participant Conduct

Players and teams are expected to report to the marshal when called upon as soon as possible. If a player or team isn’t present at match time after 15 minutes, the organizer reserves the right to disqualify.

Players are to take note that there MAY be no breaks during a match and/or after a game, thus advised to fully make use of downtime in between rounds to prepare for the next match (Toilet breaks, food, etc.)

Any action that results in an unfair advantage is illegal. This includes bug abuse or third-party programs.

If a player leaves a game deliberately before it ends, that game will be forfeited, and the winning point awarded to the opposing player.

Match-fixing is not allowed. Should any match-fixing be found out, both involved teams will be disqualified.

All participants are always expected to uphold exemplary standards of conduct. Inappropriate, rude or unsportsmanlike behavior will not be tolerated. Participants who fail to comply will be strictly dealt with.

5.2 Disqualification

As stated above, the tournament organizers reserve the right to disqualify any player that does not comply with the rules.

5.3 Third-Party Software’s

It is strictly prohibited for a player to use any third-party software modifying the game functionalities or principles.

If the presence or use of a prohibited software is detected, the concerned player will be banished of any current and future tournaments.

The player and their belongings will be removed from the tournament and the cash prize earned, if any, will be cancelled.

The organizer reserves the right to amend the Rules and Regulations without giving prior notification or any reasons thereof.

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Singapore Premier League teams set to resume rivalries online in first eSPL tournament

July 4, 2020 |by Zenway Productions | Comments Off on Singapore Premier League teams set to resume rivalries online in first eSPL tournament | Esports, Events, Press Releases | , , ,

SINGAPORE, 4 JULY 2020 – The Singapore Premier League (SPL) is set to welcome the inaugural edition of its own football video game tournament, premiering on 11 July. Officially termed as the eSPL, this initiative will see the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) partnering Redd+E Sports, Zenway Productions and The Gym for the organisation of the tournament. The eSPL is a pilot project that is part of the League’s larger strategy to expand the domestic game into the esports arena.

Featuring all eight Singapore based teams from the SPL, two representative players from each club will pit their skills in the video game eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer (eFootball PES) 2020. While the concept of football players taking on each other in esports tournaments is not uncommon, the eSPL will be unique in terms of its aesthetics. Using the game’s built-in editing mode, the eSPL tournament has been customised to feature all eight participating teams dressed in their actual team jerseys and with the players and officials represented accordingly.

Tournament Format

The eight teams will be split up into two groups of four and compete in a single round robin format where both players from each team contest the other teams in their group. The top two teams in each group will then progress to the semi-finals, which will be played in a home and away two-legged knockout format. The Grand Final will then be contested in a Best-of-Five series.

Based on the draw conducted today, the teams have been split into the following groups as shown in the table below.

Speaking at the tournament draw, FAS Director of Commercial and Marketing, Jonathan Wong said, “With Covid-19 having curtailed our plans for the 25th anniversary season, the introduction of the eSPL is a timely one which will allow football fans to catch some sporting action featuring players from our SPL while waiting for the resumption of the league. Great effort has been put into localising the look of the teams so that SPL fans can have a stronger sense of association to their favourite teams when watching the games.

“Today’s football fans, particularly the youth, are also avid gamers as they translate their love for the game on the grass pitch to the virtual arena. By introducing the eSPL tournament, we want to provide another avenue to reach out to a younger generation who have keen interest in both football and eSports. This also ties in with our overarching strategy to extend the reach of SPL beyond physical football alone, as we look to officially introduce e-tournaments in the future.”

On the eSPL collaboration, the Co-founder and Managing Director of Redd+E, Yip Ren Kai said, “As local boys, we are always looking at ideas to value add to the sports communities in Singapore, especially during this Covid-19 pandemic. We are delighted to partner the FAS in this initiative to bring the SPL closer to the fans through esports. Coupled with the ability to replicate the SPL teams’ outfits on PES and to get footballers to represent their respective clubs in this tournament, we hope that it will bring existing fans closer to the clubs and also to interest new fans in the SPL.”

In addition to the eSPL, there will also be a mini tournament featuring the Women’s National Team as well as a celebrity match between SGAG (Xiao Ming and Calvin Singh) and SPL club Lion City Sailors (Abdil Qaiyyim and Gabriel Quak). The Women’s National Team Tournament will feature four Women’s National Team players in a 1v1 straight knockout format to determine one winner while the celebrity match is a stand-alone exhibition.

Nur Raudhah Binte Kamis, one of the participating Women’s National Team players, expressed her excitement at taking part in the inaugural eSPL. She said, “I feel that the eSPL is a good initiative as it allows football players like ourselves to come together outside of the actual sport itself. Furthermore, with our football season currently on hold, the eSPL gives us an opportunity to continue engaging with fans in a safe manner and also to stay connected to the sport we love. I am definitely looking forward to getting together with my fellow teammates and to compete against each other in the e-sports arena this time!”

Group stage games for the eSPL will kick off on 11 to 12 July at 2pm while the knockout stage will take place on 18 to 19 July at 2pm.

All group stage games, Semi-finals, Grand finals, Women’s tournament and celebrity grudge match will be broadcast on Singtel TV (mio Sports 111), StarHub TV (Hub Sport 2), meWATCH as well as streamed on the SPL Facebook page. Further details are appended below, including the lists of fixtures and participating players.

Match Schedule @The Gym

Day 1: 11 July, Saturday (2pm) – Group A Matches

Day 2: 12 July, Sunday (2pm) – Group B Matches

Day 3: 18 July, Saturday (2pm) – Semi Finals + Women’s Semi Finals

Day 4: 19 July, Sunday (2pm) – Finals + Women’s Final + LCSFC vs SGAG Celebrity Match

*All matches will be shown on Singtel TV (mio Sports 111), StarHub TV (Hub Sport 2), meWATCH and the SPL Facebook page.

Group A Match Fixture (Day 1)
Group B Match Fixture (Day 2)
eSPL Main Tournament – Team Lineups
Women’s National Team Tournament
SGAG vs Lion City Sailors Celebrity Match
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#PATSG RAISES A TOTAL OF S$6,430 AFTER TWO WEEKENDS OF GAMING ACTION

June 1, 2020 |by Zenway Productions | Comments Off on #PATSG RAISES A TOTAL OF S$6,430 AFTER TWO WEEKENDS OF GAMING ACTION | Esports, Events, Press Releases

1 June 2020, Monday – After two consecutive weekends of action-packed gaming, esports programme #PlayApartTogether in Singapore (#PATSG) has successfully raised net proceeds totalling S$6,430 for its 3 beneficiaries; Home Nursing Foundation (HNF), Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics (HOME) and Community Chest. In addition, it also saw a total of 25,000  viewers throughout both weekends. The event, organised by Zenway Productions in partnership with Community Chest, aims to raise funds for Singapore’s vulnerable communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Similar to last week’s format, #PATSG saw showcases from various professional esports teams, influencers and streamers. Viewers were also treated to another FIFA 20 match between the Young Lions football team and Team Flash.

This week the Young Lions were represented by midfielder/captain Jacob Mahler and defender Akmal Azman while Team Flash were once again represented by competitive FIFA 20 players Buzzinho and Amraan. Following the format of the previous week, the two teams first played deciding rounds to determine who would represent each team in the final showdown. In the end, it was Team Flash’s Buzzinho and Young Lions captain Jacob Mahler that met in the final match to determine who was the stronger football player on the virtual pitch. Jacob Mahler started off the final match strong by scoring a goal just 10 minutes into the game, however Buzzinho quickly evened out the score by making a goal soon after. With both players showing exceptional skills, it was a close match till the very end. However, it was reigning champion Buzzinho from Team Flash who prevailed at the end with a score of 2-1.

Catering to the gaming enthusiasts were specially formatted Mobile Legends matches between professional esports teams EVOS and Impunity. For the first round, all players had to choose a hero of the mage class while in the second they had to choose heroes of the fighter class. With both character classes possessing different abilities and skill sets, it was a battle of wits and versatility as both teams went head-to-head in two nail-biting matches. In the end,  it was Impunity’s wise choice of characters and quick domination that eventually led to their victory in both games.

Following the Mobile Legends showcase, influencers Blysk, Danial Ron, RunawayKim and Julian Tay teamed up in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Warzone. Before the start of their game, the team volunteered to donate a collective total of $250 if they finished top 10 in either of the rounds. Organiser Zenway Productions also volunteered to double the donations if the team managed to achieve their goal and rank top 10. With their determination and great teamwork, they successfully managed to pull through and emerge 9th in their final and best round. The team ended the stream with a combined total of $750, contributed by both the players and Zenway Productions.

Returning this week were streamers Reira, Alyse and Vampyrette who entertained viewers once again with their showcase of Jackbox Party 6. Joining them were also streamers Flynn and Twilight. It was a showcase filled with good fun and laughter as the five streamers took part in a series of mini games that put their wits and loyalties to the test.

New to the lineup this week were Lion Speedrunners Assembly members JuH0rse, wcpro123468 and Allenbot. The three individuals guided viewers through a series of games to show them just how they speedrun through various levels with a couple of neat tips and tricks. With levels being completed in the blink of an eye, viewers were treated to their lightning reflexes and skills. Some of the games featured were Super Mario Bros 1, Bishi Bashi Special 2 and Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled.

Zenway Productions co-founder and Operations Director, Wayne Lim, said, “We are glad that the event has been a success and that we’ve been able to raise funds for our various beneficiaries and we would like to thank all our viewers and partners for their contributions over both weekends. The fight against Covid-19 is going to be a prolonged one, and we hope that the community will continue to provide unwavering support for our vulnerable communities as we overcome this pandemic together.”

Ms Charmaine Leung, Managing Director of Community Chest said, “We would like to thank Zenway Productions for partnering Community Chest to build a caring and united nation. The donations from the #PATSG initiative will be channelled towards enabling our social service agencies to continue providing critical social services to the vulnerable in our society. We firmly believe that with the generous support from the community, we will emerge stronger as a nation and overcome the challenges that lie ahead.”

“We would like to thank Zenway Productions and all the generous donors who have supported the #PATSG initiative. The donations will go a long way in supporting migrant workers who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic through providing urgent medical assistance, food and those who are in distress and unable to return home during this time. It is heartening to see the gaming community in Singapore come together in support of a worthy cause and every little bit counts towards providing migrant workers a healthier, more conducive work environment.” said a spokesperson from HOME.

“Home Nursing Foundation would like to convey our sincere gratitude to all donors and supporters of the #PATSG initiative organised by Zenway Productions. Your contributions will enable our frontline professionals to continue providing quality patient-centric healthcare to our ill and vulnerable patients in the comfort of their homes.” said a HNF spokesperson.

Other show matches that were featured over the weekend include a Call of Duty Mobile showcase by esports teams Divinity and Fame; a Mobile Legends match between streamers Sky Wee and Fenrir; a Rainbow Six Siege showcase by Flynn and Twilights and a FIFA 20 match between Team Flash and the companies’ representatives towards a cause..

To find out more about the lineup of celebrities and esports teams, please visit http://zenway.sg/patsg.

To catch the videos of the PATSG, livestream and content, please visit https://www.facebook.com/watch/ZenwayProductions/541144450108980/

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#PATSG RAISES S$4,200 FOR CHARITY THUS FAR MORE GAMING ACTION TO BE EXPECTED THIS WEEKEND

May 26, 2020 |by Zenway Productions | Comments Off on #PATSG RAISES S$4,200 FOR CHARITY THUS FAR MORE GAMING ACTION TO BE EXPECTED THIS WEEKEND | Esports, Events, Press Releases

26 May 2020, Singapore – Over the weekend, esports event #PlayApartTogether in Singapore (#PATSG) raised over $4,200 for beneficiaries; Home Nursing Foundation, HOME and Community Chest; with the net proceeds going to the more vulnerable sections of the community in Singapore. In addition to the funds raised, the event also saw a total of 17,000 viewers over the span of two days.

The event on Saturday kicked off with a streamer showcase of the recently launched co-op game, Moving Out. The game, which requires strong teamwork and coordination, was played by streamers Reira, Abstract and Alyse who displayed near-perfect teamwork.

Viewers were then treated to exciting Mobile Legends matches between professional esports teams EVOS and Divinity as they went head-to-head in a series of specially formatted Mobile Legends games. In the first round, all players had to choose a character that was of a tank class whilst in the second, they had to pick characters in the marksman class. Despite a shaky start in round one, EVOS emerged victorious with their resilience, however their success was short lived as Divinity dominated the second round with their wise choice of characters. Both teams put up a tough fight and showcased their flexibility and versatility in the game, resulting in a tie after the two rounds.

Also taking to the stage were influencers Danial Ron, Julian Tay, RunawayKim and Blysk who formed a team and impressed with their teamwork and gaming skills in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Warzone. The team played a total of three rounds and despite coming from different gaming backgrounds, showed strong chemistry as they ranked amongst the best in their final round.

The highlight of the weekend was a FIFA 20 match between Singapore’s Young Lions football team and esports team Team Flash. Representing the Young Lions were Ilhan Fandi and Abdul Rasaq while representing Team Flash were Amraan and Buzzinho. The players went through three rounds of competition with the first two being deciding rounds on who would represent each team for the final match. In the end, it was Young Lion’s midfielder Abdul Rasaq and Team Flash’s Buzzinho who ended up going head to head on the virtual pitch. After a final round of intense football action, it was Team Flash’s Buzzinho who ultimately emerged victorious with a score of 4-3. The nail-biting match between the two teams blurred the lines of a physical football match and esports and was definitely enjoyed by both football fans and gaming enthusiasts alike.

Other activities that went down over the weekend included showcases of popular games such as Animal Crossing featuring cosplayer and streamer Kiyo, Just Dance 2020 featuring cosplayer and streamer LuckyElie, Beat Saber featuring streamers Cherzinga and Ashleyritawong and Jackbox Party 6 featuring a mashup of Alyse, Reira, Vampyrette, 0Eris0 and Abstract and an esports showcase of Call Of Duty Mobile featuring Team RIOT vs VVV Fuego from the Philippines.

Coming up this week, viewers can look forward to more exciting programmes lined up such as a speedrunning showcase from the Lion Speedrunners Assembly, Mobile Legends action from local streamers Sky Wee and Fenrir as well as professional esports teams, Impunity and EVOS. Also, there will be more FIFA 20 action with the Young Lions and Team Flash. Not forgetting more party games, Rainbow Six Siege and Call of Duty: Mobile features from streamers and esports teams alike.

Zenway Productions co-founder and Operations Director, Wayne Lim, said, “It is very encouraging to see such a great response and we are really thankful to the individuals and brands who have provided donations to support our cause. We hope viewers will look forward to the lineup of activities we have planned for this week and continue to show their support for those affected by COVID-19 through #PATSG.”

Schedule of events –

For more information on the full schedule and lineup of celebrities and esports teams, please visit https://zenway.sg/patsg.

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RAISING FUNDS THROUGH THE POWER OF GAMING WITH #PATSG

May 18, 2020 |by Zenway Productions | Comments Off on RAISING FUNDS THROUGH THE POWER OF GAMING WITH #PATSG | Esports, Events, Press Releases | ,
#PATSG

18 May 2020, Singapore – Get your game on this Circuit Breaker and enjoy some exciting live-streamed esports and gaming action with #PlayApartTogether in Singapore and raise funds for a good cause.

Organised by Zenway Productions, #PlayApartTogether in Singapore (#PATSG) is variety gaming programme that hopes to raise funds for home-based nursing, migrant workers and lower-income families through donations made by viewers and brands during the programme. The series of live-streamed content aims to provide viewers with access to some of their favourite YouTubers, streamers and professional gaming teams while the community does their part by staying home and raising funds and awareness for individuals affected by Covid-19.

Happening over two weekends 23 – 24 May and 30 – 31 May, #PATSG is set to feature a complete lineup of showmatches and party games for everyone. Gaming enthusiasts can look forward to local professional esports teams going head to head in games such as Mobile Legends and Call of Duty: Mobile while casual or non-gamers can enjoy the fun and more casual content from local YouTube celebrities and streamers. All live-streams will be aired on the Zenway Productions Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ZenwayProductions/).

Mobile Legends matches will feature local esports teams like EVOS and Divinity, while streamers such as Twilights, Flynn and LuckyElie will showcase their aptitude in games including Just Dance 2020 and Jackbox Party 6. Gaming influencers are also set to battle it out in Call of Duty Warzone Showmatches that will feature personalities like Nurhakim Suhaimi, Danial Ron (Titan Digital Media) and Julian Tay (Night Owl Cinematics). A FIFA 20 clash between Professional esports team, Team Flash and professional football players from the Young Lions, Ilhan Fandi, Abdul Rasaq, Akmal Azman and Jacob Mahler, will continue to blur the lines between traditional sport and esports where viewers can expect exciting live, virtual football action.

During the event, viewers will also get the chance to do their part for the community by staying home and making donations, with proceeds raised going to beneficiaries such as the Home Nursing Foundation (HNF), Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics (HOME) and Community Chest. Videos from the various beneficiaries will be played during the event to demonstrate how small contributions can play a tremendous role in Singapore’s fight against Covid-19. Audiences will also get to learn more about the virus and what they can do to curb the spread of it.

Supporting this initiative are corporate partners such as Shopee, Ollela, and Suntec Singapore who will be providing logistical and promotional support for the event. Zenway Productions co-founder and Operations Director, Wayne Lim, said, “Gaming has become a popular form of entertainment as individuals stay home during the Circuit Breaker. Our team recognised an opportunity to merge gaming with raising awareness and support for needy members of our community in the fight against Covid-19. We hope that this event will provide quality entertainment to those at home and raise funds for our healthcare heroes, migrant workers and other vulnerable groups in Singapore. Stay Safe, Stay Healthy and Game On.”

Schedule of Events

23, 24, 30 and 31 May 2020

For the full schedule and lineup of celebrities and esports team, you can visit the website at https://zenway.sg/patsg for more information.


About Zenway Productions

Founded in 2016, Zenway Productions is a Singapore-based events management and live production company specializing gaming and esports. With a management team that has over a decade of experience in the industry, we pride ourselves as specialists in creating, consulting and curating custom experiences that cater to our clients’ needs in the Southeast Asian region.

For more information, visit our website at http://zenway.sg.

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Gathering of Legends @ North East Rules & Regulations

November 12, 2019 |by Zenway Productions | Comments Off on Gathering of Legends @ North East Rules & Regulations | News

Gathering of Legends @ North East

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR PARTICIPANTS

  1. Introduction

The Mobile Legends tournament – “Gathering of Legends @ North East” is organised by North East CDC, Care Corner Youth GO! (North-East) and Zenway Productions.

The competition will be held on 14 December 2019, from 12:30pm to 7:30pm at Our Tampines Hub (refer to address below).

– Central Plaza, Our Tampines Hub ,1 Tampines Walk, Singapore, 528523

Do note that participants of the tournament must be age 13 – 21 years old. Players found not to be within the age range will not be allowed to participate.

  1. Registration

2.1 Participants’ Requirements

All participants are to register in teams. Each team must consist of 5 main players and 1 reserved player. Each team is to select 1 captain and 1 vice-captain from the 5 main players.

All participants must have at least a Level 8 Mobile Legends account and 5 heroes.

2.2 Registration Details

  • Registration fee is $30 per team.
  • Registration Period: 15th November 2019 to 12th December 2019
  • Participants are to register at ONE of these links, depending on mode of payment:
  1. Online payment: https://zenway.sg/GatheringOfLegends
  2. Cash payment: https://zenway.sg/gatheringoflegendsmlbb (refer to 2.3)
  • Information required during registration will include the following:
    • Team name
    • Captain’s & Vice Captain’s and Members’ Names
    • Captain’s & Vice Captain’s and Members’ Contact Numbers
    • Captain’s & Vice Captain’s and Members’ In-Game Names

Do note that registration will close on 12th December 2019 at 2359hrs sharp.

 

 

2.3 Payment

Online payment is preferred. If participants are unable to pay via online transaction, cash payment will be accepted at Care Corner Youth GO!’s office (address below).

943 Tampines Ave 5

#01 – 271

Singapore 520943

(Located at the void deck of Blk 943)

Please contact Cherie (Youth GO! staff) at 8481 3096 if cash payment is to be made. E.g. “Hello, my name is ­­­­_______, may I request to go down to your centre on (date) at (time) to pay via cash for the ML tournament?”

Payment in cash must be made at least 5 days prior to the tournament. Note that only upon payment and complete submission of registration details for all players in the team will participants be eligible for the tournament.

  1. Tournament Format

3.1 Qualifying Rounds

  • Teams will play against one another in 5v5 draft pick custom matches. (click on custom> draft pick to create lobby).
  • Teams will be allocated into 4 groups, Group A – D. Within each group, round robin matches will take place. Players will be playing 1 game each against each team in a group of 6 teams.
  • Players in the left team will be tasked to create the game lobby.
  • Qualification: Top team from each group advances to the semi-finals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.2 Semi-Finals

  • Teams will play against one another in 5v5 draft pick custom matches (click on custom> draft pick to create lobby).
  • Winning teams from semi-finals match 1 and 2 will advance to the finals.
Semi-finals match 1 1st place of Group A vs 1st place of Group B
Semi-finals match 2 1st place of Group C vs 1st place of Group D

3.3 Finals

  • Teams will play against one another in 5v5 draft pick custom matches.
  • Format: Single Elimination, Best of Two games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.4 Match Reporting

  • Team Captains are responsible for reporting the results after each series to the tournament admins on duty.
  • Team Captains must also screenshot the end of match screen for verification purposes.

 

3.5 Tie-Breaker

In the event of a tie (i.e. 1:1 in the match), the winner will be decided using the following match factors below:

  1. Time taken to win: The team with a shorter winning time in the match won will be awarded 1 point.
  2. Towers destroyed: The team that destroyed more towers overall in the match will be awarded 1 point.
  3. Kill difference: The team with higher overall kills in the match will be awarded 1 point.

The team with the higher number of points will win.

Sample calculation for tie-breaker:

 

Team A

 

Team B


Game 1
win lose
Game 2 lose win
Time Taken to win

(in the match won)

14:35 16:20
Overall towers destroyed 12 16
Overall Kills 33 20
Final score 2 0
Winner Team A

3.6 Prize Presentation

Prize presentation will also be held at the end of Gathering of Legends @ North East Tournament on 14 Dec.

Champion: SGD$600 capital land voucher + 12600 diamonds (2100 per youth)

1st Runner Up: SGD$420 capital land voucher + 7500 diamonds (1250 per youth)

2nd Runner Up: SGD$300 capital land voucher + 4860 diamonds (810 per youth)

  1. Tournament Rules

4.1 Before Tournament

4.1.1 Change in Team Players   

Teams can make changes to their players in the team any time before the registration closes. Any changes in the registered teams must be made known to the admins via email at tournaments@zenwayproductions.com by 5th December 2019, 2359hrs.

Teams will only be allowed to change up to a maximum of 1 player, including the reserved player, subjected to organiser’s approval.

4.1.2 Game Version

All games are to be played using the latest version of the game during the tournament. Any updates must be installed before the start of the tournament.

4.2 During Tournament

4.2.1 Registered Players

All players will be required to bring their NRIC or student EZ-Link card for verification purposes on the day of the event. Only registered team members can participate in the matches. Playing a match with an unregistered team member is strictly prohibited. Players and team members must compete with their registered Mobile Legends in-game name in all matches during the tournament.

4.2.2 Reserved Players

  • Reserved players cannot enter a match in a series (best of 2s) that has already begun.
  • The reserved player cannot be a part of any other registered teams that are participating in the tournament.
  • Should a reserved player be found to be in two teams, the registration of the reserved player will be considered void and will not be able to act as a reserved for the team.
  • Teams must inform the admin that they are subbing out a player for the reserved player before doing so.

4.2.3 Latecomers

  • If a player is late during a match or is ready only 15 minutes after match has started; will not be allowed to play during that series.
  • The Team Captain will be given a choice to start the match as 5 players or forfeit the match.
  • The player who is late will not be allowed to re-join this match series (best of 2s).

 

 

4.2.4 Disqualification

The organiser reserves the right to disqualify teams if any team commits one or more of the following:

  • Deliberate stalling of the game
  • Deliberate leaving of a match before it ends
  • Usage of exploits or third-party programs/cheats
  • Inappropriate conduct (e.g. Use of threatening language against participants, use of physical violence, etc)
  • Betting or match fixing

4.2.5 Third Party Software

  • It is strictly prohibited for a player to use any third-party software modifying the game functionalities or principles.
  • Random checks on mobile devices and player materials will be carried out by the organiser during the tournament.
  • Should any third-party software be detected, the concerned player will be disqualified from the current and future tournaments.
  • The player and his/her belongings will be removed from the tournament and the cash prize earned, if any, will be forfeited.
  1. Connectivity on Mobile Devices

Participants are responsible for their own mobile devices and connectivity for the tournament. No Wifi or portable chargers will be provided.

Matches will not be rescheduled should any technical issues result in an inability to participate in the match. Zenway Productions and Youth GO! will not be responsible for any losses incurred due to unforeseen connectivity issues. (If your mobile devices are incapable of continuing the game due to technical reasons such as flat battery or running out of data, the match will continue with the remaining players.)

Should a disconnection/phone crash/application crash happen during the match itself, participants MUST return to the game as soon as possible and continue playing.

 

 

  1. Participants’ Conduct
  • Be respectful to your own team members and other participants of the tournament (i.e. no use of threatening language and/or physical violence).
  • Be punctual for matches. Inability to do so will result in disqualification and the opponent wins via walk-over.
  • Strictly no use of battleground chat system and voice chat system is allowed, except for pre-fixed communication messages eg. Attack, Defend, Clear Up Lanes, etc.
  • Participants are expected to report to the marshal when called upon as soon as possible.
  • Participants are to take note that there may be no breaks during a match and/or after a game, thus players are advised to fully make use of downtime in between rounds to prepare for the next match (e.g. Toilet breaks, buying of food, etc.). Should a player require a break during the match, he/she is to inform an admin or marshal on duty.

 

The tournament organiser and the event producer reserve the right to modify the rules at any time without prior notice.

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The Seletar Mall Esports Festival 2019 – Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Doubles Tournament Rules & Regulation

August 23, 2019 |by Zenway Productions | Comments Off on The Seletar Mall Esports Festival 2019 – Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Doubles Tournament Rules & Regulation | News

1. Tournament Information

1.1. Key Dates

Registrations will close on 11th September 2019 at 2359 sharp.

1.2. Format

1.2.1. Double elimination

  • Dates: 14th & 15th September 2019
  • Format:
    • Best of 3/First to 2 Games per Pool Set
    • Best of 5/First to 3 Games per Top8 Set

1.3. Platform

Console: Nintendo Switch

Bring Your Own Controller

1.4. Registration

Registration fee:

$10 per person

*Do note that all registered individuals will receive a $10 SPH Malls Voucher upon attendance on the event day*

2. Prize Pool

2.1. Cash Prizes (Total $1,500 worth of cash prizes)

3. Rules

3.1. Match

Players are recommended to be standing by at the tournament site 15 minutes before the game.

3.2. No-Show

  • Should a player be absent and uncontactable during registration or attendance taking phase, that player will be marked as late and will not be allowed to participate in the tournament.
  • Should a player be late for his or her match, the penalty will be as follows.
  • 15 minutes late: Forfeiture of first game in the series
  • 20 minutes late: Forfeiture of the full series

3.3. Match Reporting

Players must report the results after each series to the tournament admins.

3.4. In-between Series and Games

  • Players are not recommended to go on breaks between matches and series unless approved by a tournament admin.
  • Should a player need to take a quick break, seek out an admin or marshal.
  • Players MUST remain contactable throughout the tournament.

3.5. Gamertag and Doubles Partner Gamertag

  • Participant’s Gamertags should be as registered on smash.gg
  • Participants are reminded to register and verify their smash.gg accounts.

3.6. In-Game rules and settings

4. Conduct

To maintain fairness and sportsmanship between players during the tournament, the organiser reserves the right to penalise players whom show any unsportsmanlike behaviour such as:

  • Deliberate stalling of the game
  • Deliberate leaving of a match before it ends
  • Usage of exploits (bugs)
  • Gambling
  • Match fixing
  • Other unsportsmanlike conduct (Excessive bad manners, physical violence, etc.)

Participants whom fail to comply with exemplary standards of conduct will be strictly dealt with.

The tournament organisers reserve any right to disqualify any players that do not comply with the rules.

5. Prize Money Distribution

All prize money will be paid within 30 days after the conclusion of The Seletar Mall Esports Festival 2019. All prize money transfers are to be handled via bank transfer. Should any winners not receive their prize money, kindly contact the organisers for verification.

The tournament organiser and the event producer reserve the right to modify the present Rules at any time without prior notice.

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The Seletar Mall Esports Festival 2019

August 23, 2019 |by Zenway Productions | Comments Off on The Seletar Mall Esports Festival 2019 | News

The Seletar Mall Esports Festival 2019

The annual Esports festival from The Seletar Mall is back!  This year, the Esports festival will feature FIFA 19 and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament!

This year, there will be lots of engaging activities available for both competitive players and shoppers. Make sure you do not miss it!

 

Exciting activities for all (9th – 15 September 2019)

Simply spend in the mall and present your receipts to enjoy a variety of games suitable for all ages. Nintendo Switch, PS4, VR games, and Retro arcade games! Don’t wait, get your friends and family down this school holiday for some action-packed day out at The Seletar Mall!

 

Esports tournaments (14th – 15 September 2019)

FIFA 19 (PS4, solo): Players will play against one another in a single-elimination format over the 2 days. Round 1 will be 2 legged and Round 2 will be BO3.

The prize pool totals up to SGD$2,850.

Registration: https://zenway.sg/TSM2019FIFAregistration

 

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Nintendo Switch, doubles):  The latest addition to The Seletar Mall’s Esports Festival! Grab your friends along and put your teamwork to test by participating in the doubles tournament! The game will be played in the double-elimination format, register now with your friend.
The prize pool totals up to SGD$1,500.

Registration: https://zenway.sg/TSM2019SSBUregistration

 

See you at the playfield, cheers!

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