Earlier in May, Yoodo announced the Stay at Home Cup, which would pit mobile gamers against each other in popular titles including Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Mobile (PUBGM), Honor of Kings, and Call of Duty: Mobile (CODM) - the latter two of which were added on after the initial announcement.
After a fever-pitched finale, the online tournament has finally come to a close, netting over 3,700 participants and 100,000 livestream views.
“When we launched the Yoodo Stay At Home Cup it was just our way of connecting gamers during the Movement Control Order. But the response we received since then has been truly incredible. Yoodo has a proven track record of supporting the esports community and we are proud to have once again lived up to this reputation with the Stay At Home Cup.”
- Chow Tuck Mun, Head of Yoodo
Xpert Vatos Locos walked away with the final chicken dinner of the PUBGM tournament after racking up 32 kills in total, while Team Hijo was crowned champion of the CODM division. In the mobile arena, Ezzy Esports dominated the Mobile Legends competition with their star player D'Ace receiving the title of MVP, while Team Venture Gaming (VTG) took home the crown in Honor of Kings.
Winners walked away with a share of the total prize pool, which consisted of RM6,600 worth of cash, in-game prizes, and Yoodo credit.
The Yoodo Stay at Home Cup 2020 was the latest in a series of gaming tournaments organised by Yoodo this year, with other notable events like Yoodo FV Major Cup 2020 and the ongoing Kejohanan E-Sukan Kampus (KEK) Semester 3 under their belt as well.
Honor of Kings fans can watch highlights the finals on ESL Malaysia’s Facebook page, while tournament highlights of all four games are available to watch on Yoodo’s official YouTube channel as well as the Yoodo Esports Facebook page.