SEA Games: Malaysia’s Wild Rift and Free Fire esports teams depart for Hanoi


SEA Games Hanoi 2021 esports athletes are excited to represent Malaysia in the prestigious tournament. — SAMUEL ONG/The Star

SEPANG: The first batch of esports athletes representing Malaysia in SEA Games 2021 departed for Hanoi, Vietnam today (May 10).

Poon Kok Sing, the captain of team SEM9 who will be competing in the League of Legends: Wild Rift medal event, said he is grateful for the support shown by the government towards esports.

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