It’s been a busy year for Esports in Cambodia, and there’s still more to come! Cellcard have a whole new lineup for you, starting this week and running into the first weeks of January for some non-stop gaming action.
One of Cambodia’s local esports teams to be heading soon to Singapore!
Cellcard prides itself on being born, raised and thriving in Cambodia. As a strong advocate for inclusivity and equal opportunity, Cellcard believes in creating platforms and opportunities that bring value to Khmer youth, especially through one of their biggest passion points in games and Esports.
The Esports and gaming sector has been thriving in Cambodia in recent years, but it isn’t always easy for new ambitions to be embraced and accepted.
The rapid growth of eSports has increased the financial gains at stake and created a pressing need to fight the cheats and maintain the booming sector’s integrity.
Esports gamers are treated with the Cellcard PlayGame Lunchtime Livestream.
With the advent of electronic age, Esports have become a part of Cambodian identity.
Smart Axiata will soon hold the biggest electronic sports competition in Cambodia.
30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games esports event kicked off here at Manila’s San Juan Arena on Thursday.
China is mulling over recognizing esports event players as new profession.
Cambodian Esports continues to show promise on the international stage as team Klach Ey shocked fans with a remarkable victory.
British teenager Brendon Leigh wins the Formula One esports championship for the second year in a row.
Six titles of video-games, including LOL and PES, will feature in the Olympic Games.
The Esports Federation of Cambodia announces the 2018 Dew Gaming Championship.
The International e-Sports Federation is “deep in talks” with organisers of the Paris 2024 Olympics.
Jerebko’s investment in eSports team Renegades last year was a way to follow his passion for gaming.
The drive to get eSports into the Olympics threatens to divide professional gaming.
Alibaba’s sports arm Alisports was opened in 2015 with the aim of cashing in on the rapidly growing world of electronic sports.
They may require no more than a chair, a computer screen and mastery of controllers, but the International Olympic Committee insists that eSports are indeed…sports.