First-time esports team captain has high hopes for eRimau at 2021 SEA Games


By Tan Lee

Luqman says it’s a childhood dream to represent Malaysia in the prestigious SEA Games and that it will definitely be the cherry on the cake for his career. — MUHAMMAD LUQMAN HAZIQ HAJIMAN

eRimau, Malaysia’s football esports team that will be competing in multiplayer football simulator Fifa Online 4 at the 2021 SEA Games, is aiming high with a strong bond among the members, says the captain of the newly-formed team.

First-time captain Muhammad Luqman Haziq Hajiman (LuqmanHzq) admits it will be a new experience for him to lead a team in a major tournament, but is confident they can reach their full potential.

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