Bandai Namco and PlayBook Presents: SOUTHEAST ASIA TEKKEN AMATEURS CUP
The TEKKEN WORLD TOUR is in full swing in the Asia-Pacific Region with Abuget Cup 2017 just finishing and the TWT Korea coming this weekend! There’s five more tournaments for the TWT after that including the regional finals at the South East Asia Major in Singapore on October 13-15!
Looking for a chance to join the big finale? Well, Bandai Namco Entertainment Asia in partnership with PlayBook Esports brings you the SOUTHEAST ASIA TEKKEN AMATEURS CUP!
The Southeast Asia Tekken Amateurs Cup (SEATAC) is a free tournament open for all non-sponsored players who are currently without any TWT ranking points. The winner of this tournament will win roundtrip tickets to Singapore (October 14 and 15) to attend the TWT Asia-Pacific Regional Finals at Southeast Asia Majors(SEAM) 2017 in Game Start Asia! (Disclaimer: The amateur champion is required to have his/her own passport. He/she will have to cover his/her own lodging in Singapore.)
SEATAC will be held on August 26-27 at PlayBook Circuit Makati. Registrations are open and the deadline is on August 22, 2017 (10 pm). If you’re interested in joining, just click here.
For more details on the event, visit PlayBook’s official Facebook page.http://www.unifiltekken.com/feat/bandai-namco-and-playbook-presents-southeast-asia-tekken-amateurs-cup/http://www.unifiltekken.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/20615555_1574959552526332_2035814295611602803_o-1024x870.jpghttp://www.unifiltekken.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/20615555_1574959552526332_2035814295611602803_o-150x150.jpgFeaturedLocal NewsSEAM,SEATAC,Southeast Asia Tekken Amateurs Cup,Tekken 7The TEKKEN WORLD TOUR is in full swing in the Asia-Pacific Region with Abuget Cup 2017 just finishing and the TWT Korea coming this weekend! There's five more tournaments for the TWT after that including the regional finals at the South East Asia Major in Singapore on October 13-15! Looking...porukunPaul Gabriel Fuentesporukun052594@gmail.comAuthorCompetitive Tekken player and Tekken news writer for Unifiltekken and eSports Inquirer. Wishes he had a better rig and more money for the recently released games.