Philippines’ Sealteam Peenoise is 2nd in ‘Rules of Survival’ Southeast Asia Championship

John Kirk Magbanua, Jhoey Bhoy Buenaflor

John Kirk Magbanua, Jhoey Bhoy Buenaflor

Representing the Philippines, Sealteam Peenoise won second place at the “Rules of Survival” Southeast Asia Championship. The competition ran January 4-8, 2019.

“From the Philippine tournament, it is our goal to represent the country in an international arena,” Sealteam Peenoise team captain John Kirk Magbanua stated. “We trained and prepared hard for this, and we are proud of our achievement.”

Sealteam Peenoise was not the only team that represented the Philippines at the “Rules of Survival” Southeast Asia Championship. Filipino team Savage Gaming ranked fourth with a final score of 1,555.

Also representing the Philippines were Team Marshall, Comeback and Evo Groundz. The teams ranked 10th with 1,020 points, 11ths with 915 Points and 12th with 675 points, respectively.

Including Sealteam Peenoise, Savage Gaming, Team Marshall, Comeback and Evo Groundz, a total of 15 teams competed at the “Rules of Survival” Southeast Asia Championship with the aim of claiming supremacy and take part in the US$11,600 prize pool. These are the best teams from the Philippines, Vietnam and Indonesia.

The “Rules of Survival” Southeast Asia Championship was broadcast exclusively via Nimo TV, a leading global platform that allows millions of gamers from all around the world to play and broadcast their games to other like-minded players. Utilizing a high-quality interactive technology, audiences can interact with streamers and gain access to exclusive esports events and tournaments, along with unprecedented access to the top streamers from across the region.

“This kind of tournament hones local talents to be better,” Nimo TV Overseas executive Henry Zhao stated. “We believe that by exposing them to this kind of tournament, we are helping them improve their talents and eventually be ready in competing globally.”

To improve gaming experience, “Rules of Survival” was updated January 15-16, 2019. Meanwhile, here is a clip featuring the free-to-play, multiplayer online battle royale game developed and published by NetEase Games:

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