Southeast Asian Games or commonly known as SEA Games will take place in a moment. This biennial event will be held on November 30-December 11 2019 which is now held in the Philippines.
There are other things that will be different at the SEA Games this time, you know. Branch eSports, including Mobile Legends, has now been recognized as an official sport at the 2019 SEA Games.
In contrast to the 2018 Asian Games, eSports match at the 2019 SEA Games will compete for medals that will add points to participating countries.
At the 2018 Asian Games, only eSports matches exhibition match alone, friends. Therefore, eSports victory in the competition does not mean anything.
Achievement of eSports Mobile Legends Indonesia
Of the many eSports branches in Indonesia, Mobile Legends is the most shining sport. Several times Indonesian players had ruled the Top Global.
At the event MLBB World Championship 2019 or M1 Mobile Legends, team EVOS Legends from Indonesia won the world champion after defeating his compatriot, team RRQ.
Previously, the name Indonesia was also scented after the team ONIC eSports managed to win the competition Mobile Legends Southeast Asia Cup (MSC) 2019.
With the achievements that ApkVenue mentioned above, we should be proud and hope for those athletes.
Of course, watching the match of the best eSports athletes from Indonesia is something you should not miss.
ESports Sports and Athletes that Will Race at the 2019 SEA Games
There are several branches of eSports that will be contested. There is Mobile Legends, Starcraft II, Hearthstone, Tekken 7, Arena of Valor, and Dota 2.
Although Dota 2 is arguably the game with the largest number of international players, Southeast Asian people’s interest is more towards Mobile Legends, friendss.
Naturally, this MOBA game can be played anywhere and anytime. Besides that, you don’t need a cellphone with high specs.
Well, before ApkVenue tells you about the schedule for Mobile Legends and other eSports sports, you have to know the athletes first, the friends.
The contingents are chosen based on strict selection. The selection screened several talented young people who had won competitions at the national, regional and international levels.
Mobile Legends national team roster will contain 7 people. The seven contingents are dominated by EVOS team members and also ONIC, the friends.
The following is the complete composition of the athletes and teams that will compete in the 2019 SEA Games eSports sport reported from the Instagram Indonesia eSports Association (IESPA) account:
|ESports branch||Athlete’s name|
|Mobile Legends||Gustian (Rekt)
Adrian Larsen (Drian)
Teguh Imam (Psychoo)
Yurino Putra (Donkey)
M. Ridwan (Wannn)
Eko Julianto (Oura)
|Hearthstone||Hendry Koentarto (Jothree)
Rama Ariangga (Douahou)
|Arena of Valor||Satria Adi Wiratama (Wiraww)
Hartawan Muliadi (Wyvorz)
Farhan Akbari (Hanss)
Gilang Dwi Fallah (Llaf)
Wibisono Teja (Carraway)
|Starcraft II||Emmanuel Enrique (Quantel)
Dani Bondan (Deruziel)
|Tekken 7||M. Adriyansyah (Meat)
|DOTA 2||Hidayat Narwawan (Lawlesshy)
Kevin Manuel Johan (Visery)
Fahmi Choirul Akbar (Huppey)
Felix Rodeardo (Ifrit)
Muhammad Luthfi (Azur4)
Tri Kuncoro (Jhocam)
Other Mobile Legends & Sports eSports Fixtures at the 2019 SEA Games
Now it’s time for ApkVenue to tell you about the eSports Mobile Legends competition schedule and other sports, friends.
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ESports Match Schedule December 5, 2019 – StarCraft 2, Hearthstone, & Mobile Legends
|9:00 – 10:30||Opening|
|10:30 – 9:00||Hearthstone Qualifying Rounds (Groups A and B)
StarCraft II Qualifying Rounds (Groups A and B)
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Qualifying Rounds (Groups A and B)
ESports Match Schedule December 6, 2019 – StarCraft 2, Hearthstone, & Mobile Legends
|9:00 – 12:15||Hearthstone Semifinals and StarCraft II WB Finals and LB Round 1 and 2|
|12:30 – 14:15||StarCraft II Lower Bracket Semifinals|
|14.15 – 15.45||StarCraft II Lower Bracket Finals (Bronze Struggle)|
|4:15 – 18:30||Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Semifinals 1 and Hearthstone (Bronze struggle)|
|6:30 – 20:15||Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Semifinals 2|
ESports Match Schedule December 7, 2019 – Dota 2 & AOV
|9:00 to 20:00||Dota 2 Qualifying Rounds (Groups A and B)
Arena of Valor Qualifying Rounds (Groups A and B)
ESports Match Schedule 8 December 2019 – Dota 2 & Mobile Legends
|8:45 – 10:30||Arena of Valor Semifinals 1|
|10:30 – 12:00||Arena of Valor Semifinals 2|
|12:30 – 15:15||Dota 2 Semifinals 1|
|3:30 – 18:00||Dota 2 Semifinals 2 and Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (Bronze Struggle)|
|6:15 – 9:00 p.m.||Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (Scrambling Gold)|
|9:00 p.m. – 9:05 p.m.||Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (Submission of Medals)|
ESports Match Schedule 9 December 2019 – AOV, Hearthstone, & Dota 2
|9:00 – 11:30||Hearthstone (Gold Struggle)
Arena of Valor (Bronze Struggle)
|11:30 – 11.35||Hearthstone (Submission of Medals)|
|12.00 – 14.30||Arena of Valor (Gold Struggle)|
|2:30 – 14.35||Arena of Valor (Submission of Medals)|
|3:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.||Dota 2 (Bronze Scramble)|
|17:45 – 21.55||Dota 2 (Gold Struggle)|
|9:55 p.m. – 10 p.m.||Dota 2 (Submission of Medals)|
ESports Match Schedule December 10, 2019 – StarCraft 2 & Tekken 7
|8:45 – 12.00||StarCraft II (Gold Struggle)|
|12.00 – 12.05||StarCraft II (Submission of Medals)|
|12:30 – 16:30||Tekken 7 Qualifying Rounds (Groups A and B)|
|4:30 – 19:30||Tekken 7 Modified Double Elimination Playoffs|
|7:30 – 19.55||Tekken 7 (Gold Struggle)|
|19.55 – 20.00||Tekken 7 (Submission of Medals)|
The final word
Thus ApkVenue’s article about the eSports Mobile Legends match schedule and other sports that will be competed at the 2019 SEA Games, Philippines.
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