SEA - Games in Asia
Smilegate SEA CEO Justin Park reveals companies plans to relaunch Gambooz as a Steam-style service and unite the fragmented SEA market.
$50,000 at stake as Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore fight to enter the Dragon Nest World ChampionshipSeptember 3, 2014 | Franz Co
Cherry Credits, publisher of the hit MMORPG Dragon Nest has announced that it will be holding Southeast Asian qualifiers for the Dragon Nest World Championship that is happening this December in Bali, Indonesia.
Want to see the best Hearthstone players in Southeast Asia duke it out? You’ll get your wish in just a few short weeks!
Southeast Asia’s game market is set to go down the same path of growth as China’s, according to iAppPay’s CEO, Qiu Yuekun.
The International 2014 hasn’t kicked off in Seattle yet, but we already have something to look forward to after it ends.
There’s less than a month to the first ever Mobile Game Asia (MGA) conference in Singapore, which makes this the perfect time to review the updated agenda for the event.
It has been a busy weekend for Hearthstone players and fans alike! If you missed out on the on-stream action, here’s your chance to catch up with what went on.
Codemasters’ racing sim Grid Autosport is coming to Southeast Asia next Friday, but until then, tide yourselves over with this trailer, racing fans.
Hearthstone players from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam, you have been summoned.
Rapture Gaming Network is teaming up with MSI and games e-commerce website G2A.com for the MSI Beat It RGN League, which will offer a total prize pool of $113,500 for both games.
The Southeast Asian (SEA) qualifiers for The International 2014 have ended with a big bang. Arrow’s performance wasn’t entirely surprising, as many considered the Malaysian team to be one of the qualifier’s favorites, alongside Orange, Scythe, and Mineski.
Earlier today, Reddit user What-A-Baller posted a video showing Dota 2 player activity around the world.
Darkrima is a game that plays itself. You can participate a little if you want, but it isn’t really necessary.
Blacklight Retribution launches in Southeast Asia tomorrow, April 10, 2014, with cash point prizes for playersApril 9, 2014 | Mary-Anne Lee | 2 Comments
Blacklight Retribution might have been out elsewhere in the world for a while now, but Southeast Asia is getting her own servers under IAH Games.
Philippine MOBA fans, if you haven’t tried out S2 Games’ latest MOBA offering, Strife, this weekend could be your chance.