ChallengeMe all set as Manila Masters’ official qualifier platform
Both the SEA Qualifier as well as the Pinoy Tour will now be hosted on eSports Mogul’s ChallengeMe.gg
With the Manila Masters Pinoy Tour coming up this weekend, and the Southeast Asian Qualifiers not far off in the calendar, we are more than ready to take on the challenges of delivering top-quality tournament experience to everyone looking to try their hand at the Summer’s hottest gauntlet thanks to eSports Mogul’s recently expanded ChallengeMe platform.
eSports Mogul managing director Gernot Abl looks forward at the potential the partnership provides.
The Agreement with Minseki represents a major opportunity to grow the awareness and uptake of our tournament platform in our Asian Pacific target market. The timing of the Agreement, which comes on the back of our initial APAC launch earlier this month, is highly complementary and beneficial to eSports Mogul, and provides strong validation of our ability to execute our business plans. We see Mineski as an ideal partner for eSports Mogul and look forward to a highly successful working relationship now and in the future.
Mineski Business Developer Benson Te feels the same way:
Quality tournaments deserve quality platforms. That’s why we’re excited to work with eSports Mogul as they launch their ChallengeMe platform in the Asia Pacific, and I hope this is just the first of many more collaborations to come!
With EG, OG, Newbee, Team Secret, NP, and Invictus Gaming all set for the showdown in Manila this May, only two spots remain up for grabs, reserved for the eventual victors of the SEA and PH qualifiers.