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So how much is reserved for Malaysia’s esports scene? According to the live report, it’s RM13 million. For film and creative arts, Malaysia’s budget for this will be RM50 million.
On the outside, it may look like a typical hotel. However, what makes this one special is that every room comes with high-quality PCs and gaming equipment.
Just when you think this event already big enough, the PMCO 2019 Fall Split Finals has a bigger and grander plan. Aside from hosting the largest PUBG Mobile tournament the world has ever seen, the PMCO finals in Kuala Lumpur will also see other various attractions including gaming, cosplay, professional eSport talents, and also stage performances from celebrities including our local music talent Naim Daniel, Canadian singer Henry Lau, and Indian rapper Badshah.