The green light is on for the latest addition to the “League of Legends” universe – the Legends of Runeterra (LoR), a digital collectible card game (CCG) developed and published by Riot Games.
Results showed that while Nintendo Switch is indeed the most popular gaming console, leading the charts in 5 out of the 7 countries (including the Philippines), it ultimately fell short against main rival PlayStation 4 in Vietnam and Indonesia.
All qualifiers for the four e-sports titles — “Mobile Legends: Bang Bang”, “Rules of Survival”, “Marvel Super War” and “Call of Duty” — will be held online only.
The second edition of the Red Bull River Runes is set to kick off across the Philippines to challenge “Defense of the Ancient (DOTA)” pro gamers and casual players alike.
Local eSports team ONIC Philippines bagged the first prize at the Mytel Myanmar Covid-19 Charity Tournament, an international Mobile Legends tournament organized to raise funds for Covid-19 relief efforts held last March 30 to April 8.
The first week of the tournament gathered P460,000 from participating players, e-sports partners, and viewers at MineskiTV’s Facebook channel, nearing halfway of the end goal, which is P1,000,000.
The need for physical distancing and sheltering in home during the Covid-19 pandemic could accelerate the adoption of cloud gaming services among new gamers who are looking for additional sources of entertainment.
Online gaming firm PlayPark is introducing in the local market its newest game called “Crossout”, a vehicular-based shooting game set in a post-apocalyptic world.