For its 2020 edition, the tournament Rivals comes from the hand of the Mexican League of Videogames (LMV) in a 100% online format.
It’s about the second time in which this competition will be verified, in which the Trident and Halls brands will have their respective teams to represent them and face each other in the framework of the fifth season of the LMV.
Also, the stock market will be hovering 200 thousand Mexican pesos distributed in prizes (products and equipment for gaming, games, merchandise and cash).
That’s not all, as the tournament will feature the participation of recognized talents from the world of gaming and esports as representatives, such as Bride, MkLeo, The Fedelobo Y GoddessAlfa.
We also have the government of India confirmed that the blocking of PUBG Mobile will continue, even when PUBG Corporation announced that it would separate from Tencent to take control of everything related to the game.
To add a new modifier to the conflict, now the government of India says that the ban is not based on the Chinese company Tencent being behind, but on the violent nature of the game.
Likewise, PUBG Corporation is in talks with the Indian telecommunications company Reliance Jio to seek opportunities for cooperation.
On the other hand, Riot Games will collaborate with the Philippine esports program AcadArena, in order to develop collegiate initiatives in that country.
This union will begin with the inclusion of VALORANT at the AcadArena University Alliance Cup and it is expected that there will also be programs for Legends of Runeterra Y League of Legends: Wild Rift.
It should be remembered that AcadArena is a collegiate esports ally of Globe Telecom and Twitch.
Finally, HyperX will be an official sponsor of FATE Sports, whereby players in the organization will be provided with peripheral company products.
As part of the agreement, HyperX He will also send equipment to the FATE training facilities.