In addition to providing additional chances for fans to interact with their favorite players and streamers, the alliance intends to provide a platform for information sharing and the development of esports players at all levels, from beginners to pros.
For those who are unfamiliar with the term, iGamie is an online gaming platform where users can manage all of their gaming needs, such as credit top-ups, and meet new people to play with. The MLBB, Free Fire, and PUBG Mobile, among other titles, are among the most popular games available on the platform.
iGamie has recently garnered hundreds of thousands of users in Asia, particularly in countries such as the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia, according to the company. The platform is focused on building meaningful communities while also empowering individuals one at a time through the use of the platform.
Similarly, the next iGamie Cup will function as a scouting ground for RSG’s MLBB teams, with the relationship providing an opportunity for aspiring amateurs to connect with and learn from RSG’s professional players and coaches.
Each of the iGamie Cup’s grand finalist teams will have the opportunity to participate in a friendly exhibition match against players from the RSG PH MLBB team. Additionally, the RSG PH coaching staff, led by head coach Brian “Panda” Lim, will provide advise and insights to the participating teams.
RSG will also scout and maybe sign promising amateur players from the competition in order to develop them into professional athletes. All of this is part of RSG’s aim to expand the local esports talent pool while also raising the bar in terms of engaging the gaming community and boosting fan experiences, among other things.