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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Bahamut Gaming wins Lenovo's League of Champions-PUBG PH qualifying leg

12/10/2019 06:05:11 PM

Bahamut Gaming (center) with Lenovo Philippines’ Consumer Lead Sally Yu (second from left) and Product Manager for Legion & Desktop Tristan Gonzales (rightmost).
Bahamut Gaming has won the Philippine leg of Lenovo's League of Champions held recently at the SM Megamall Activity Center in Mandaluyong City.

The four-man Bahamut Gaming team emerged victorious after a day-long affair of intense battles, making themselves the Philippine representative for the upcoming regional League of Champions that will take place starting this Thursday, 12 December 2019 at Pantip Pratunam Mall in Bangkok, Thailand. 

The quartet of Mark Myles “Shrykos” Chin, Mark Gerald “Ryujin” Licanto, Brandenn “BMG_Rui” Buenviaje, and Larry “ShinRyuji” Yoro, Bahamut Gaming bested 47 other teams during the Philippine LoC qualifying tournament. The victory also handed them a cash prize of US$1000.

“The Legion of Champions tournament is Lenovo’s testament to foster the gaming community, both here in the Philippines and in the entire APAC region. Truly, the rise of the competitive gaming scene can no longer be ignored, and Lenovo is thrilled that the event has been steadily growing ever since it started. As the gaming phenomenon further develops, rest assured that Lenovo Legion and the LoC will continue to provide eSports teams a competitive platform where they can enhance and hone their skills,” said Michael Ngan, General Manager, Lenovo Philippines.

The fourth edition of Lenovo's Legion of Champions became bigger with its addition of two crowd-favorite games PUBG and CS:GO as well as the inclusions of Australia and New Zealand to its pool of participating countries. 

Local champions and grand finalists will be competing for a total combined prize pool of USD$89,100 (approximately PhP 4.51 million). At the end of the competition, the winningest team for the PUBG tournament will walk away with USD$4,000 and USD$10,000 worth of Legion devices, while the winners of CS:GO will go home with USD$5,000 and USD$12,500 worth of Legion devices.

Check out the official Facebook pages of Lenovo and Legion Philippines to see everything that transpired during this gaming event.

Author: slickmaster | © 2019 The SlickMaster's Files

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