Esports Organisation RSG Teams Up with iGamie to Scout Potential Pro Players

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The ever-growing esports organisation, RSG, is expanding even further with a new partnership with iGamie. The partnership will see iGamie support the premier Southeast Asian professional esports organisation's roster of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) professional players and streamers.

The partnership aims to create new opportunities for fans to interact with their favourite players and streamers, as well as to facilitate a platform for knowledge sharing and the development of esports players from aspirants to professionals.

For the uninitiated, iGamie is an online platform where players can manage all their gaming needs like credit top-ups and find new friends to play with. Popular games on the platform include MLBB, Free Fire, PUBG Mobile, and more.

iGamie has recently gained hundreds of thousands of users in Asia, including countries such as Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia. The platform is focused on creating meaningful communities while empowering individuals through the platform, one person at a time.

"Empowering and creating open opportunities for both casual and professional gamers to succeed is instrumental in our vision of building cohesive gaming communities," said iGamie Founder and CEO Vincent YANG.

"Our partnership with RSG represents a significant step towards bringing the esports community in the region closer together, and we look forward to building greater social interaction with partners and gamers alike.”

The upcoming iGamie Cup, meanwhile, will serve as scouting grounds for RSG's MLBB teams, with the partnership paving the way for aspiring amateurs to interact and learn from RSG's professional players and coaches.

The grand finalist teams of iGamie Cup will stand a chance to play in a friendly exhibition match with players from the RSG PH MLBB team. RSG PH coaching staff, along with head coach Brian "Panda" Lim will also provide advice and tips for the teams.

RSG will also scout and potentially pick up promising players from the amateur tournament to transform them into professional players. This is all part of RSG's strategy to grow the local esports talent pool and raise the bar in engaging the gaming community and improving fan experiences.

More announcements will be made in due time regarding the iGamie Cup. Keep up to date with this development on RSG and iGamie’s websites.

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