Carving a career in eSports

MLBB was released in 2016 and players team up to take on enemies in a five vs five battle. — Photos: Moonton

After having to suffer through long working hours, Muhammad Saiful “Inferni” Aujang came to the realisation that eSports could be a more profitable career than “traditional work”.

Fresh out of secondary school with his Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) certificate, the only work he could find in 2013 was in a factory packing baked goods for RM4.50 an hour.

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