realme, during the recently concluded realme Brand Summit gave fans a glimpse of what’s to come in the esports scene with announcements of key partnerships and tournaments in the pipeline for 2022.
“Here at realme, we see the importance of mobile gaming and esports in the lifestyles of Filipinos. It is truly inspiring to witness how passionate our Squad is when it comes to gaming, and we hope to provide them with the best platforms, opportunities, and tech devices they need to further hone this craft.”
Austine Huang, realme Philippines’ VP for Marketing
In line with this, the brand has partnered with SIBOL, the Philippine national esports team, as its official smartphone partner. The brand assures it will be giving its full support to the team as they face the best esports athletes on the international stage this year.
“I’m ecstatic that realme became our official smartphone partner for Team SIBOL 2022. They have been known to assist and help develop esports at the grassroots level for many years now. We are happy to have them on board as we look forward to repeating our great performance in the last 2019 SEA Games”
Brian Lim, Team SIBOL President
The tech company will be supporting the national esports team with its latest smartphones.
RMC Season 6 kicks off this March
Additionally, the realme Mobile Legends Cup (RMC) will be returning for its sixth season this March. The new season will bring a new set of surprises as well the biggest prize pool in the tournament’s history.
The tournament is open to all teams not competing or currently part of MPL-PH Season 9. Registration has begun and lasts until March 4. Click here to register.
Aside from the RMX Season 6, the brand will also unveil the spin-off tournaments: RMC Campus Invasion and RMC Regional Wars. The latter is the first-ever regional tournament in key cities around the country.
“We are thankful to the Filipino gaming community for their unwavering support and we look forward to being with you again through our incredible initiatives lined up this year,” shares Huang.