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NiMO TV hosts Rules of Survival PH tournament

NiMO TV partnered with NetEaseGames’ Rules of Survival, to host the country’s biggest Rules of Survival tournament in the country with a prize pool of P500,000.

Set to be one of the grandest battle arena games in the Philippines, the Rules of Survival—NiMO TV—Philippine Champions League is a breakthrough in the esport industry and will strengthen the new era of esports and game streaming in the country.

“We see the growth of gamers in the Philippines, and we want NiMO TV to be the stage in showcasing their skills not just in their country but in the entire South East region,” said Henry Zhao, NiMO TV Overseas Executive. “NiMO TV’s existence is not just streaming tournaments but also to discover grassroots talents that can represent their country in the future.”

Aside from the rising numbers of players, NiMO TV also recognizes that Filipino gamers are drawn in playing games like ROS. NiMO TV and ROS have secured an excellent partnership in other countries and extend this partnership in the Philippines to bring the game closer to every Filipino gamer.  

The Rules of Survival—NiMO TV—Philippine Champions League Season 1 qualifier will begin on Nov. 24 and 25, 2018. Survivors will advance to the playoffs on Dec. 1 to 9 and the top ROS squad will be crowned on Dec. 15. 

Winners of the tournament can bring home P100,000 for the 1st Prize, P80,000 for 2nd Prize and P50,000 for 3rd Prize. Aside from the Cash Prizes, the Top 5 teams will represent the country in the ROS Southeast Asia tournament.  There, they will face other Southeast Asian teams to battle and claim supremacy.

The tournament will broadcast exclusively on NiMO TV and hope to bring professional gaming to a wider audience.

Download the NiMO TV app at Apple app store and Google Play store. 

Topics: Rules of Survival , NiMO TV , Henry Zhao
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