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Wargaming Asia’s two-year anniversary celebrations kick off this weekend in Philippines, Thailand, and Malaysia, with a Vietnamese community-organized gathering to happen the weekend after.
Developers who have founded startups and ventured into independent game development may find this dilemma familiar: when starting up, should you go with third-party game development, or dive into first-party?
Before you point an accusing finger at this game and say that it’s a Candy Crush rip off, let me stop you right there: it isn’t.
Corsair is stepping into the Dota 2 eSports scene with the first-ever Corsair Asia Cup.
If you’ve been itching to try out Phantasy Star Online 2 (PSO2) then your wait is over.
By now, everyone has heard of Flappy Bird. It quickly rose to prominence and is arguably the Gangnam Style of mobile gaming.
Barely two years after starting up, custom gaming notebook builder Aftershock PC hasn’t just claimed the podiums at nearly every hardware awards contest in Singapore. It has also started retailing its laptops in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.
Asiasoft, publisher of Phantasy Star Online II, has announced the dates of the English service Phantasy Star Online II (PSO2) beta test via the game’s newly-created Facebook page.
The Games in Asia team will fly to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, next month for our third meetup, with speakers including Phil Tran (GlassEgg) and Luyen Ngo (Divmob).
Philippine MOBA fans, if you haven’t tried out S2 Games’ latest MOBA offering, Strife, this weekend could be your chance.
SEA Dota 2 fans be sure to mark your calendars, as the Asian Cyber Games (ACG) presents the ACG SEA Invitational: Best of the Best.
A few weeks ago, the registration for the Mineski Pro Gaming League (MPGL) SEA Grand Finals was officially opened to Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar, and the ‘Rest-of-SEA’ (Vietnam, Singapore, Laos, Cambodia, East Timor, and Brunei).
A comment from Dong’s rep to Chinese gaming site QQ Games seems to confirm that the Flappy Bird creator isn’t done creating.
South East Asian League of Legends fans will soon get a taste of the second week of matches for this year’s Garena Premier League (GPL). Four teams from the GPL’s Group A and B will go head to head as SEA League of Legends teams vie for the finals seat in the Spring season on February 19, 2014.
Riot has added a bunch of Asian languages to its game client; could the company be planning to compete with its own partners in East and Southeast Asia?
If you want to play Flappy Bird, you’d better download it now, because tomorrow it’s going to fly away for good.