The first leg of the Gigabyte Mineski Pro-Gaming League has finally concluded and it was indeed an exciting experience for the teams from the Philippines. At the end of the competition a champion was crowned and iZONE GIGABYTE did not disappoint as they were one of the favourites.
It has been 2 years since Neolution e-Sports club was founded in 2011 from its humble beginnings to what it has becomes today. Today, we will look ahead and see what Neolution e-Sports DotA, (NeoES.DotA), aims to achieve in 2013 and look into their strategy to reach their targets.
It was an exhausting and action-packed Class B competition during the Gigabyte Mineski Pro-Gaming League (GMPGL) 5-1 Dota where more than 400 teams battled it out for a chance to become the next Class A team.
After weeks of holidays and vacation, the DotA scene in the Philippines is now back. As Mineski presents the kickoff of Gigabyte Mineski Pro Gaming League (GMPGL) and National collegiate cyber league (NCCL) this 18-19 of January.
The highly anticipated final showdown of the Gigabyte e-Sports Tournament (GEST), one of 2012’s most consistent South-East Asian Warcraft III DotA tournaments, will draw to a conclusion with the exception of a few banned teams.
The Sendi Mutiara Multimedia (SMM) Tournament 2012 is set to kick off on the 13th of December 2012 for four days at the MyCORE Centre in Cyberjaya Selangor, Malaysia, and organizers are planning to bring down the house with a competition like no other.
The November edition of GEST had already concluded and the winners have been awarded. For this edition, it was the resurging team from the Philippines Pacific Emaxx who won their 4th GEST title of the year.