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    Yoodo and ROG Partnership Set To Level Up Malaysian’s Mobile Gaming Scene

    Yoodo, Malaysia’s first truly customisable and 100% digital mobile service, has announced a joint partnership with ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) for the ROG x Yoodo MLBB Esports Amateur League. This announcement sets the battleground for more than 64 teams from all over Malaysia as they go head-to-head for a shot at a total prize pool of RM12,000 and 20,000 MLBB Diamonds.

    “Yoodo has always been dedicated to bringing the best action to gamers in Malaysia, and we’re confident that participants will bring their ‘A’ game for a thrilling and nail-biting tournament.”
    “As champions of grassroots gaming, Yoodo is always looking for more ways to empower young talented gamers with opportunities to grow and showcase their talent. We’re thrilled to have sought out a like-minded partner in ROG with similar values and goals, and look forward to how we can explore even further prongs of this partnership,”

    Chow Tuck Mun – Head of Yoodo

    With long-standing desires to tap into the mobile gaming sphere, Yoodo makes for the perfect partner for ROG to expand their dominance in the world of gaming. The community cup will provide a platform for young talents to sharpen their skills and promote healthy competition among local esports players.

    “There is no better way for us to expand into the mobile gaming arena than with the support of a partner which has tremendous experience in mobile gaming like Yoodo. No doubt this partnership will lend tremendous weight to Republic of Gamers (ROG) presence in the mobile gaming world, an area in which we have been keen to expand into for quite a while. This tournament marks only the beginning of our work together, and we are excited to begin planning future initiatives, all designed to benefit the consumer and gaming fans alike.”

    Marcia Sung – Malaysia & Indonesia Country Product Manager for Smartphone Business Unit

    Registration for the ROG x Yoodo MLBB Esports Amateur League will begin on the 16 to 25 May, with the Grand Final scheduled for the 2 July. Teams can sign-up at

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