Mineski Global – also known as Mineski is the leading eSports organization in Southeast Asia.
Starting from a DOTA eSports team since 2014, Mineski has grown even more with branches in Southeast Asian countries with growing eSports backgrounds such as: Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and most recently Vietnam. As a true eSports organization, Mineski owns the Mineski – Events team, the most professional, powerful and trusted tournament media operation – production – team in Southeast Asia.
The reason why the “big man” Mineski can grow as strongly as it is today is thanks to the big vision and dreams of the organization’s leaders for eSports. Specifically, Mineski CEO Ronald “Rhoms” Robins once said:
“The goal that Mineski was aiming for from the beginning was for the entire esports scene to be elevated and gamers inspired to make a name for themselves. Now, you can seriously think about the “gaming career” – which before that was downright wishful thinking. It can be seen as eSports, but it is not limited to tournaments, but more broadly a socially responsible gaming platform.”
Robins also talked a lot about the activities of Mineski – Events Team (events, tournaments):
“Mineski-Events Teams has always aimed to bring Esports to the forefront. At least one international event each year at SEA will have a very strong impact on the entire region. It is an opportunity that people with similar passions can share with each other, through meetings, or over the internet while watching the tournament together. Above all, these events are the best way for society to notice and look at Esport with a different eye. Come to think of it, the whole hall was packed with fans cheering and cheering. So who can deny that this is the sport of the future?
Through 10 years of promoting Esports events in Southeast Asia, we have learned that all aspects of Esport are closely related. A more competitive environment produces more good players and teams who can compete at world class and this in turn increases fan base, fan base increases the competitive environment. will be even stronger. No one can deny the undying passion from which millions of people have come together to create this amazing community. Mineski’s goal is not to get our best players “out of the country”, to join foreign teams, but I want to attract talent from abroad to join the best teams in our region.”
Most recently, Mineski has joined hands with Metfone (Cambodia’s largest network operator – Viettel’s investment project) to exclusively produce the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang tournament called MPL 2022. With the 32nd SEA Games coming soon. This handshake shows Mineski’s influence on the eSports scene in Southeast Asia as well as his seriousness in really changing society’s view of games in particular and eSports in general.
So, what promises will Mineski’s move to enter the Vietnamese market? As a true eSports fan, this is good news to look forward to when the big man Mineski has “entered the field”. Although rumors about their takeover of VCS have not been verified by any source, this move promises 2023 will be a boom year with eSports events being raised to new heights in the S-shaped land. .