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Yoodo Announces 'Yoodo Stay at Home Cup' Featuring a Total Prize Pool of RM3,600

Looking to get your game on from the comfort of your own home? Although the MCO (movement control order) has been partially lifted, it's still a good idea to stay home as much as possible to avoid unnecessary risks.

With the Yoodo Stay at Home Cup, you now have a small incentive to stay home and game your way towards a quick bit of cash. The fully online community esports tournament will feature 4 separate tournaments, the first 2 for Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Mobile (PUBGM), and the remaining 2 to be announced soon.

“The Yoodo Stay At Home Cup is our way of rewarding amateur gamers for playing the games they love playing at home. We know these are difficult times for all, but there is still joy to be found even when you are stuck at home. We want to encourage gamers to connect through competition and showcase their skills to a national audience.”

- Chow Tuck Mun, Head of Yoodo

The Yoodo Stay at Home Cup will kick off with the online qualifiers for the PUBGM Cup on 13 and 14 May. The top 16 teams will then advance to the finals on 15 May, where they will undergo a gruelling best-of-5 to determine the ultimate champion.

Apart from a glorious chicken dinner, the winning team will be rewarded with RM500 in cash, along with RM200 in Yoodo credits. The 2 runners-up will walk away with RM120 and RM80 in Yoodo credits respectively.

The Mobile Legends Cup will take place on 29 May with a single elimination format leading to the quarterfinals. The rest of the journey to the grand final with be conducted in a best-of-3 format. The winning team will walk away with 8,000 MLBB Diamonds, RM500 in cash, and RM250 in Yoodo credits.

To register for the Yoodo Stay at Home Cup, please visit here.


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