realme Brings its Mobile Esports Tournament to Pangasinan

realme Regional Wars Pangasinan

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As part of the Guanzon Festival celebrations, realme Philippines will host the next edition of its Regional Wars esports tournament series in Pangasinan on February 17th. This is an amateur Mobile Legends: Bang Bang competition that follows the successful Call of Duty: Mobile tournament held in different regions last year.

The tournament is open to players aged 13 and above in teams of five who live in Pangasinan or nearby areas. Teams can register online or on-site before the event. Underaged participants need written consent from their guardians. realme will provide their C67 smartphones for the matches, which have high refresh rate displays and Qualcomm Snapdragon 685 processors for optimal gaming performance.

The total prize pool is worth P150,000 in cash and realme devices. The winning team will receive PHP 5,000 and realme Pad units, while the runners-up and semifinalists will also get prizes. Popular Filipino esports casters and personalities OSX and Manjean Faldas will commentate and analyze the event. Those who will attend can also meet them along with Odin.

realme Supports the Local Mobile Gaming Community

realme is a brand that aims to pioneer grassroots esports for Filipino mobile gaming enthusiasts. Local tournaments like the Regional Wars series give opportunities for amateurs and teams to show their skills and promote the development of mobile gaming communities across the country.

Teams can register online via, while those who want to register onsite can walk-in the venue as registration starts at 10:00 AM on February 17. For the complete mechanics, click here.

Visit realme Philippines’ Facebook page for registration details, tournament updates, and announcements. This tournament is part of their ongoing effort to make mobile esports accessible for Filipino youth and talent.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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