As you might have noticed for the past two weeks, there were plenty of gaming-related events took place at the highly successful local game convention, Level Up KL 2019. One of them included the grand finals of Axis Esports League which is one of the most expansive esports league in the country.
If you not familiar with the league, it featured 5 different games: Mobile Legends Bang Bang (MLBB), Arena of Valor (AoV), Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (COD), PUBG Mobile (PUBGM) and Pro Evolution Soccer (PES). These leagues have been taking place for the past 6 to 9 months, and each one had a total cash prize pool of RM50,000 with the exception of PES which had a slightly lower pool of RM35,000.
After more than half a year of league play and a gruelling two days of competition at KLCC, the following teams emerged as the winners of each game:
One of the biggest results out of all the grand finals was for MLBB, as Victim Esports managed to upset the Malaysian titans of Geek Fam and Boss Pusher to claim the championship. As for AOV and PUBGM, foreign teams, SES x Lourve (Saudara E-Sports) from Indonesia, and Illuminate the Murder from Thailand overcame the local players to win their respective games.
Meanwhile, FaMe ApeX won the Axis Call of Duty League grand finals to continue their dominance in the Malaysian COD scene, making this their 5th Malaysian tournament win. And finally, Zeus Faidan was able to defeat Raja Badut Paudie from Indonesia in the Pro Evolution Soccer grand finals to claim another championship for Malaysia.
If you missed the action from the grand finals of Axis Esports League 2019, worry not as you can relive them through the video section of Axis Esports official Facebook page right here. For MLBB fans, don’t forget to also check out Axis Esports’ own team battling it out as one of the Malaysian representatives in MLBB World Championship 2019 at Axiata Arena this weekend.
(Source: Axis Esports )