The 32nd Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in 2023 witnessed an extraordinary display of skill and talent in the world of esports. Gamers from various nations competed fiercely across multiple titles, vying for glory and the honor of representing their countries. Let’s take a look at the medalists who emerged triumphant in each esports category.
AK2 – Individual Match:
In the fiercely contested AK2 category, it was a battle between Cambodian athletics and a representative from Thailand. Cambodian esports sensation Sao Rith Chesta, popularly known as AhMab, clinched the gold medal, while Srun Chanthoeun, known as KBEM, secured the silver. Nattapon Nakpinpart from Thailand showcased his skills and won the bronze medal.
AK2 – Mixed Team Match:
The AK2 Mixed Team event showcased the collective prowess of esports teams from Cambodia, Malaysia, and Thailand. The Cambodian esports team demonstrated their dominance and claimed the gold medal, with Malaysian securing the silver and Thailand taking home the bronze.
League of Legends: Wild Rift:
The battle for supremacy in League of Legends: Wild Rift was intense, with teams from the Philippines, Vietnam, and Singapore displaying their strategic prowess. Ultimately, the Philippine team emerged victorious, securing the gold medal. Vietnam settled for the silver medal, while Singapore demonstrated their skills and secured the bronze.
Vietnam showcased their dominance in the Cross Fire category, clinching the gold medal. The Indonesian team displayed their resilience and claimed the silver medal, while the Philippines secured the bronze.
In the exciting VALORANT tournament, Team Singapore emerged as the gold medalists, displaying exceptional teamwork and individual skill. Team Indonesia also showcased their dominance, earning a well-deserved gold medal. Meanwhile, Team Philippines secured the bronze medal, showcasing their talent and determination.
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang – Female Category:
In the fiercely contested Mobile Legends: Bang Bang – Female category, Indonesia emerged as the gold medalists, showcasing their exceptional gameplay. The Philippine team secured the silver medal, displaying their skill and teamwork, while Malaysia earned the bronze medal.
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang – Male Category:
The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang – Male category witnessed an exhilarating showdown between the Philippines, Malaysia, and Myanmar. The Philippine team emerged as champions, securing the gold medal with their impeccable teamwork and individual skill. Malaysia settled for the silver medal, while Myanmar earned the bronze.
PUBG Mobile – Mixed Team Match:
In the thrilling PUBG Mobile – Mixed Team Match, Indonesia Team 2 displayed their strategic brilliance and clinched the gold medal. Vietnam Team 1 secured the silver medal, while Vietnam Team 2 showcased their skills and earned the bronze.
PUBG Mobile – Individual Match:
In the intense PUBG Mobile – Individual Match, it was a battle between esports athletes from Cambodia, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Tra Chhany from Cambodia showcased remarkable skill and claimed the gold medal. Indonesian athlete Alan Raynold Kumaseh secured the silver medal, while Vietnamese competitor Dinh Chien Nguyen displayed their talent and earned the bronze.
The 32nd SEA Games showcased the extraordinary growth of esports in the region, as talented gamers from different nations showcased their skills, teamwork, and dedication. Congratulations to all the winners and participants who made the event a resounding success, highlighting the immense potential of esports in the Southeast Asian region.
This article is adapted from BPVE, (https://bpve.com/) reported and edited from the great team – Cambodia Sports Review. (https://www.cambodiasportsreview.com/)
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