Online video game tournament begins in ASEAN

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Chaos online1South Korean online gaming company Asiasoft is hosting a monthly online video game competition in ASEAN starting in August and is awarding hundreds of US dollars to the winners in each country. The game is called Chaos Online, and it came online in May.

Chaos Online is free and available for simultaneous play in seven ASEAN countries – Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar. The monthly competition, running from August to December, was devised as a novel marketing scheme to expand Asiasoft’s presence in Southeast Asia. The company is giving away a total of $10,000 dollars in prize money.

The concept of the game is an epic battle between two factions fighting for dominance of an endangered world. There are over 80 characters that players can choose from, including a variety of knights, ninjas, wizards, and monsters, each with an individual back story and motivation, and each capable of different feats of skill and magic.

The game also includes several features that are new to the multiplayer online battle genre. For instance, players can purchase items in real time during combat, and can alter parts of the environment to create alternative routes, shelters, and obstacles to produce unique combat scenarios.

The Chaos Online monthly Southeast Asia championship will have two phases. The first phase is a qualifier round for each country that will be held every third Saturday of the month. In this stage, 16 five-man teams compete in an elimination tournament. The winner of the qualifiers will then move on to the regional finals event, this time in a 5-versus-5 round robin format. The regional finals will be held every fourth weekend of the month.

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South Korean online gaming company Asiasoft is hosting a monthly online video game competition in ASEAN starting in August and is awarding hundreds of US dollars to the winners in each country. The game is called Chaos Online, and it came online in May.

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Chaos online1South Korean online gaming company Asiasoft is hosting a monthly online video game competition in ASEAN starting in August and is awarding hundreds of US dollars to the winners in each country. The game is called Chaos Online, and it came online in May.

Chaos Online is free and available for simultaneous play in seven ASEAN countries – Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar. The monthly competition, running from August to December, was devised as a novel marketing scheme to expand Asiasoft’s presence in Southeast Asia. The company is giving away a total of $10,000 dollars in prize money.

The concept of the game is an epic battle between two factions fighting for dominance of an endangered world. There are over 80 characters that players can choose from, including a variety of knights, ninjas, wizards, and monsters, each with an individual back story and motivation, and each capable of different feats of skill and magic.

The game also includes several features that are new to the multiplayer online battle genre. For instance, players can purchase items in real time during combat, and can alter parts of the environment to create alternative routes, shelters, and obstacles to produce unique combat scenarios.

The Chaos Online monthly Southeast Asia championship will have two phases. The first phase is a qualifier round for each country that will be held every third Saturday of the month. In this stage, 16 five-man teams compete in an elimination tournament. The winner of the qualifiers will then move on to the regional finals event, this time in a 5-versus-5 round robin format. The regional finals will be held every fourth weekend of the month.

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