IGG’s hit game Lords Mobile successfully launched its Asian Tournament ‘Final Clash’ on April 22nd in 6 regions: Mainland China, Korea, Japan, Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Hong Kong. During the event, 6 teams were divided 2 groups, and the winners of each competed for the champion’s award, totaling $30,000, and a Lords Mobile themed gold medal. The South Korean team were eventually crowned the “Asian Champions” of the tournament.
“Strategy game eSports presents unique challenges when it comes to presentation, In addition, the high requirement of visual animation attractiveness makes some MMO Strategy game even harder to present as a watchable battle event,” said IGG.
Thankfully, we have created a way to present the game that fans love to watch and are continuing to find ways to innovate in this space. IGG wants to invest in mobile eSports and continue to curate an amazing eSports scene”
Google Play, Huawei Honor, Logitech and some other famous social media apps participated as sponsors. Google play feature live-streamed event, also this event was live-streamed on YouTube and Twitch with about 8 different language versions which attracted a large global audience for the showdown.
C-pop star Jolin Tsai was present as the brand ambassador. The new Lords Mobile theme, Champion’s Overture was released at the event. The theme was written by famed composer Klaus Badelt and performed live by the London Symphony Orchestra. Lords Mobile’s new soundtrack is available now, on multiple app platforms such as Spotify, iTunes, Amazon music, Apple music and Soundcloud.
Celebrating their two year anniversary, Lords Mobile continues to release new updates and features into the game providing new content for veteran players and newcomers alike. The game can be downloaded on iOS and Android now.
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