Chaos Theory is looking for the very best Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds squad and solo player in Singapore and Malaysia to join the team through the inaugural <Chaos Theory Academy Cup>.
Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, known as PUBG by its legion of avid fans, is a Battle Royale-style game where 100 players are released onto an island and left to fight it out until there is only one man left standing. This early-access game has soared in popularity since its release six months ago, and is currently the most played game ever on Steam, surpassing Dota 2’s record from March 2016.
As interest for PUBG in esports grows, <Chaos Theory Academy Cup: PUBG Team Search> hopes to find the most skilled and talented players throughout the region to represent the organisation in the competitive scene.
Qualifiers will kick off on Saturday, 25th of November with two events -- Solo FPP (First Person Perspective) and Squad FPP.
The grand finals held on the 2nd and 3rd of December will see the Top 100 players...
FIRST PROFESSIONAL ESPORTS TEAM ‘CHAOS THEORY’ LAUNCHES IN SINGAPORE
Singapore’s first fully-professional esports team sets its sights on professionalising the esports industry with CPF, medical benefits and world-class player development
SINGAPORE, 2 September 2017 – The launch of the first-of-its-kind esports organisation Chaos Theory was announced in Singapore today. Founded by industry experts Drew Holt-Kentwell and Singaporean Hai Ng, the newest kid on the esports block is set to revolutionise the esports landscape in South-east Asia, and pave the way for the next generation of esports professionals in both competitive gaming and behind-the-scenes management. Aimed at being a powerhouse multi-gaming professional team in Southeast Asia, the Singapore-based Chaos Theory prides itself on providing support to budding esports teams that will help them grow, manage and monetise themselves via a mix of training and development, work experience and various sponsorship opportunities.
Chaos Theory strives to set the bar for professional esports organizations in South East Asia by pioneering the best practices in team management, focusing on athlete development, and producing true ambassadors for the esports industry at large.
That's why we want to work with the brightest, most passionate people to create great experiences for people looking to work in the esports industry. As of today, we are happy to announce that we are looking to fill several roles here at Chaos Theory, which will provide hands-on experience in team management, playing competitively, marketing, social media, press and communications, and sales.
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the position you are applying for, your name, resume, and summary of your experience in esports.
Team Manager: Overwatch
Be responsible for all aspects of managing the pro Overwatch team at Chaos Theory: scheduling, team well-being, roster management, coordinating announcements with social media team, plan and ap...
If you're into the League of Legends' scene, the name Mika Daime will definitely ring a bell. Previously known as "Wicked", Mika has been playing League of Legends since Season 3. Don't be taken in by her small stature and sweet looks for she's a lean, mean, fighting machine in her matches and is currently in Master Tier, Diamond 1.
It was by no sheer luck that Mika has come so far in her Esports career. Her ambitiousness, competitiveness, and tenacity were what tide her through the toughest times in her pursuit to live the Esports dream. To know more about Mika, I have managed to contact her online to ask about herself, the difficulties faced chasing her Esports dream and her goals.
Potatofluff “Can you tell me more about yourself and your role in League of Legends?”
Mika: “I'm Mika Daime Sabate. I'm 21 this year and I'm working as an Assistant for Wargods Pro Gaming Arena's Social Media. I have been playing League of Legends since Season 3. I play Jungler but before Season 4, I play su...