JJ Lin’s esports organization, Team SMG, held its first Community Cup last weekend in partnership with #SGPlaysTogether, an initiative by the Singapore Esports Association (SGEA), the national governing body of esports in Singapore.
More than 400 players signed up for the grassroots tournament through GamelinG, the official platform for the SMG Community Cup, to compete in Dota 2 and Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.
Through the online tournament platform, players experienced smooth on boarding, profile-building and usage of team management tools. They also had access to leaderboards and live results of the competition through GamelinG’s mobile application.
“We’re happy to see the response we’ve gotten for our Team SMG Community Cup this weekend. GamelinG has been a key partner in this,” said Orrin Xu, Co-General Manager of Team SMG. “Through its platform, we were able to easily engage users and create awareness for our Community Cup. We look forward to hosting more Community Cups like this in the future with GamelinG.”
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