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Behold, the King Of Games has arrived

Digital Life tournament features three games and a prize pool worth $45,000. SEOW TEIN HEE with the highlights
The Straits Times - June 19, 2013
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Behold, the King Of Games has arrived

 

Be the top gamer in Digital Life's King Of Games tournament and set your sights on a prize pool worth $45,000 in cash.
Starting at the end of this month, we are inviting gamers to pit their skills against one another in three different games.
Dive into the fantasy world of Lagendia. Team up with fellow adventurers to hunt down massive dragons, or wyrms, and gain awesome loot in the action role-playing game Dragon Nest.
Watch your opponents fall as you rain bullets down on them and raise your frag count in Counter-Strike Online. Plant bombs and wreak havoc as a terrorist team or be the force of good as a counter-terrorist and defuse the bombs.
Teamwork and tactics are required if you are playing Dota 2 (Defense Of The Ancients 2). Choose from a wide range of heroes, each with his own unique skills that can turn the tide in the multiplayer online battle arena.
The King Of Games will kick off next weekend, starting with Counter-Strike Online, followed by Dota 2 and Dragon Nest. The tournament will be held at the Alienware Arena on level 3 of Lucky Chinatown in New Bridge Road.
Details of the dates and times for each game will be listed on the King Of Games website at kingofgames.sg, along with tournament rules.
Each game will be played on one day during the weekend and up to 32 teams will be allowed to participate in the qualifiers.
Participants are required to form a team of five with one substitute player to participate in Dragon Nest, Counter-Strike Online and Dota 2.
Register your individual profiles at kingofgames.sg/register and get your team captain to register the team at kingofgames.sg/registration.
Do not worry if you miss the first round. You can register for the subsequent qualifiers for each game, which will be held every month until November.
During the qualifiers, players get to bring home goodies just for taking part. The victorious teams will receive rewards for topping the charts. Track your scores at the official website and be ready to battle against challengers to secure your spot in the grand finals.
The top eight teams from each game will be invited to the grand finals at the annual Licence2Play gaming convention at Suntec City, from Dec 6 to 8.
The King Of Games is presented by Dell Alienware and sponsored by Cherry Credits and Infocomm Asia Holdings.

Be the top gamer in Digital Life's King Of Games tournament and set your sights on a prize pool worth $45,000 in cash.

Starting at the end of this month, we are inviting gamers to pit their skills against one another in three different games.

Dive into the fantasy world of Lagendia. Team up with fellow adventurers to hunt down massive dragons, or wyrms, and gain awesome loot in the action role-playing game Dragon Nest.

Watch your opponents fall as you rain bullets down on them and raise your frag count in Counter-Strike Online. Plant bombs and wreak havoc as a terrorist team or be the force of good as a counter-terrorist and defuse the bombs.

Teamwork and tactics are required if you are playing Dota 2 (Defense Of The Ancients 2). Choose from a wide range of heroes, each with his own unique skills that can turn the tide in the multiplayer online battle arena.

The King Of Games will kick off next weekend, starting with Counter-Strike Online, followed by Dota 2 and Dragon Nest. The tournament will be held at the Alienware Arena on level 3 of Lucky Chinatown in New Bridge Road.

Details of the dates and times for each game will be listed on the King Of Games website at kingofgames.sg, along with tournament rules.

Each game will be played on one day during the weekend and up to 32 teams will be allowed to participate in the qualifiers.

Participants are required to form a team of five with one substitute player to participate in Dragon Nest, Counter-Strike Online and Dota 2.

Register your individual profiles at kingofgames.sg/register and get your team captain to register the team at kingofgames.sg/registration.

Do not worry if you miss the first round. You can register for the subsequent qualifiers for each game, which will be held every month until November.

During the qualifiers, players get to bring home goodies just for taking part. The victorious teams will receive rewards for topping the charts. Track your scores at the official website and be ready to battle against challengers to secure your spot in the grand finals.

The top eight teams from each game will be invited to the grand finals at the annual Licence2Play gaming convention at Suntec City, from Dec 6 to 8.

The King Of Games is presented by Dell Alienware and sponsored by Cherry Credits and Infocomm Asia Holdings.

 

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