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The Wargaming.net League APAC (WGL APAC) concluded over the weekend with Korean World of Tanks team ARETE emerging triumphant over multinational Team Efficiency and Philippines-New Zealand mashup PVP Superfriends.
The Wargaming.net League for Asia is finally at its tail end. Wargaming today announced the World of Tanks Wargaming.net League Asia-Pacific (WGL APAC) Season 1 Grand Finals
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Following a successful community gathering in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, the Wargaming Asia team moved on to Indonesia, where its latest gathering, held on June 8, drew more than 160 gamers.
The Ho Chi Minh City World of Tanks club organized a community gathering for Vietnamese World of Tanks players over the weekend, and the response was incredible.
Wargamers, get your tanks ready and prepare for 2014 Wargaming.net League Asia.
The Taiwan eSports League (TeSL) has been announced as Wargaming’s official broadcast partner for 2014’s Wargaming.net League APAC (WGL APAC), and they’re planning to take the region with—you guessed it—tanks.
World of Tanks players in Asia can now have Nishizumi Miho from Girls und Panzer talking to them in-game.
It’s been two years since World of Tanks gained an Asia server, and general manager of Wargaming Asia Jasper Nicolas “can’t think of a better way to mark this milestone” than by allowing World of Tanks players in Asia to determine how they want to celebrate.
Wargaming’s update 8.11 for World of Tanks will be going live in Asia tomorrow, with South Korea receiving the update just one day later on February 13, 2014.
Seven World of Warplanes fanatics climbed some 5,000m up the Himalayas to celebrate the official launch of Wargaming’s aerial combat MMO action game.
If you’ve ever doubted that Wargaming.net’s World of Tanks had clout in Southeast Asia, this article might just convince you otherwise. We visited its Singapore gaming base over the weekend and were very impressed with everything we saw.
There’s more than one way to do your country proud, and Wargaming’s World of Tanks TanksAsia National Series one of them.
The Singapore leg concluded today with team Project Phantom taking first place, and going home with a cash pot …
With a total prize pool of $100,000 and 64 registered World of Tanks teams from the Asia-Pacific region, TanksAsia Masters returns for a second season as the final segment for the TanksAsia League.
You’re a military game. Tanks, terrain, and war are your daily offering. What do you do to attract players in a country that doesn’t have a rich military history?