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Tamago, one of the top streaming platforms in SEA, is offering a total prize pool of US$40,000 (PhP2.1 Million) for its 100 Legends Contest!

Tamago Announces 100 Legends Contest for PH Mobile Legends Players!From October 1 to 31, 2018, Filipino Mobile Legends Players can earn a share of this prize pool by entering the top 100 in-game rankings and streaming their gameplay on Tamago.

To participate:

  • Players will have to register here.
  • Add “Tamago” in front of their in-game name
  • Rank as high as possible in the in-game ranking/leaderboard
  • Stream their gameplay in Tamago  for at least 2 hours per day (or 60 hours throughout the contest duration)

At the end of the contest period, participants will be able to enjoy a cash prize based on each player’s ranking among other participants with  “Tamago” in their in-game name.

Gamers who will fulfill the requirements will be eligible to win US$8,000 for 1st place, US$4,000 for second place, US$2,000 for third place, US$350 for 4th to 50th place, and US$200 for 51st to 100th place.

Filipino gamers will be competing with other participants from the Philippine region only for the top rankings in MLBB.

As gamers ourselves, we are passionate about supporting the gaming community and we want to help build a vibrant esports ecosystem here in the region. Through streaming, we want to give gamers more ways to generate income besides winning prize money in tournaments. We also want to encourage gamers to become content creators and develop relevant skill sets like streaming and casting. We hope Filipino gamers will enjoy and benefit from Tamago’s 100 Legends contest.Yubin Ng, Head of Tamago

For full details, terms and conditions, click here. Watch players in SEA stream their 100 Legends Journey on Tamago. All you have to do is download the app for free on the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store, or watch on the web. You may also follow Tamago’s social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram for more exciting updates!

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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