Ready player Thai: Gamers to clash at Asian games

PUBLISHED ON WED, MAY 16, 2018 5:51 PM

Ready player Thai: Gamers to clash at Asian games

By Teeranai Charuvastra, Staff Reporter

 

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Winners of a Realm of Valor, or ROV, tournament accept their trophy on April 2 in Bangkok. Image: Garena Thailand.

 

BANGKOK — Thailand’s national gaming guild is calling on cyber athletes to enlist in the quest of a lifetime Wednesday: battling other nations at this year’s Asian Games, which are set to kick off three months from now in Indonesia.

 

After it was announced that six video games – including soccer, RTS and collectible card games – would be included for first time at the quadrennial sports tournament, the Thailand Esports Federation said tryouts to represent the kingdom open  tomorrow.

 

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