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Red Bull Tetramerous is a new eSport platform for League of Legends in Oman – born from Summoners and for Summoners. The format is to create a four-player team, with the best selection, and then battle it out for the win in a pointing system on the Summoner’s rift map.
With inspiration from Hard Core League of Legends gamers in Oman, and powered by PLG, Red Bull Tetramerous came to life with a twist to your everyday MOBA game simply focuses on collecting points , in order for a team to win they will have to collect a total of 30 points, and the pointing system is as follows:
First blood: 5 points
Baron : 8 Points
Kill : 1 Point
Tower : 2 Points
Dragon : 3 Points
Herald: 3 Points
The competition was very strong and exciting between all the teams through the qualifiers till the finals, where Team Wadi Kabeer managed to secure their win against Team Farsh in an exceptional match, to be crowned as the Red bull Tetramerous 2018 champions >
During Dubai Summer Surprises 2018 (DSS 2018), from June 23rd to July 14th, join Majid Al-Futtaim Malls with Power League Gaming for a limited time only competition, by playing EA Sports FIFA 18 live on PlayStation 4. (more…)
After almost a full year of competitive gaming, with two seasons of the PLG Nationals with CS:GO Tournament Series where more than 60 teams competed, the 2017-2018 ended with a blast thanks to the PLG Grand Slam. Following the PLG Pro Tour placement tournament, it was all up to four teams to battle for the final $10,000 prize pool, including top seed Team Lebanon, followed by Team Bendover and No Terrorblade from Egypt, and finally Team Worms from Jordan.
After almost a full year of competitive gaming, with two seasons of the PLG Nationals with CS:GO Tournament Series, the 2017-2018 ended with a blast thanks to the PLG Grand Slam. Following the PLG Pro Tour placement tournament, it was all up to four teams to battle for the final $5,000, including top seed Nasr eSports from the UAE, followed by Chosen5 from Jordan, Team RvN form Kuwait and the last seed which was Iraq’s mighty AimersAlive.
After almost a full year, with two seasons of the PLG Nationals with Overwatch Tournament Series, the 2017-2018 ended with a blast thanks to the PLG Grand Slam. Following the PLG Pro Tour placement tournament, it was all up to four teams to battle for the final $10,000, including Osh-Tekk Warriors and Cocodrilos eSports from KSA, followed by Evolve Gaming from Kuwait and the last seed which was UAE’s infamous Yalla eSports.
Taking place in Dubai at the PLG Studio, the PLG Grand Slam, presented by Legion and powered by Intel, hosted the top 4 teams from the PLG Pro Tour to take compete for the grand prize. Taking the first seed of the PLG Pro Tour, Nasr eSports from the UAE, has become the icon of the Middle East eSports. Representing KSA as the second seed coming out of the PLG Pro Tour, Team Hex of Saudi Arabia is also the third-place winner of the ESL Play Go4LoL EU West Cup. In the third seed coming out of the PLG Pro Tour, Team Free Elo is claimed to be one of the strongest teams in Arab World with players from KSA, Egypt, and Morocco. Formed in less than 2 months and even less time preparing for the competition, Free Elo attracted the attention of all the fans and followers in the Arab World after putting on a show to win the Nationals Qualifiers During the Games Arabia in Jeddah and secure the third seed going into the Grand Slam. Last but not least in the fourth seed coming out of the PLG Pro Tour, Team Anubis Gaming from Egypt one of the oldest teams in the Arab esports scene that has succeeded in honoring the Arab region in many international tournaments.
After a whole season of EA Sports FIFA 18 tournaments, the 2017 Fanta Masters Championship Finals hosted 32 of the best EA Sports FIFA players from all across the region, including Gulf’s best from KSA, Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain, as well as the Levant with Jordan, for a two day grand final event hosted at the PLG Studio facility at Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi. The stakes this year were even higher than the 2016 season, with double the prize pool and the inclusion of Fanta Masters as an wild card qualifier for the eCopa Coca-Cola Finals, which is an EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series’ Official League Partner Qualifying Competitions.
Now that we are finished the PLG Pro Tour with CS:GO, here’s a highlight of the seeding tournament for the PLG Grand Slam which ended a few days ago. We have seen a great combination of all the teams that participated in the qualifiers including [KSA] ArchNemesis, [IRQ] AimersAlive – now renamed Valour eSports after their acquisition by the UAE eSports club – [JOR] Chosen5, [JOR] Evil Corporation, [UAE] Nasr eSports, [KWT] Team RvN, [KSA] Saudicom and finally [LEB] Team Spotnet.
Now that we are finished the PLG Pro Tour DOTA 2, here’s a highlight of the seeding tournament for the PLG Grand Slam which ended a few days ago. We have seen a great combination of all the teams that participated in the qualifiers including [JOR] East side ‘Vendetta, [JOR] Worms, [EGY] Bendover, [LEB] Team Lebanon, [ALG] Wasted Potential, [EGY] No TerrorBlade, [KSA] Smash, and [EGY] Matumba Boys.
This week, the Last Chance online qualifier ended, marking the final stage for the second season of our PLG Nationals League of Legends tournament Series. With over 32 teams from around the region competing, everyone had just one goal in mind, which is reaching the last remaining spots in the PLG Pro Tour with League of Legends, the second phase before reaching the ultimate challenge: PLG Grand Slam.