Will Round 1 champions SALARIUM emerge victorious again? Or will the ULeague crown a new winner in Round 2 of its Mobile Legends Charity Clash Tournament?
The ULeague is Union Bank of the Philippines’ (UnionBank) inter-company esports league. It is holding the ULeague Charity Clash Tournament, an online competition featuring the popular game Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. This charity clash is organized by UnionBank and its partners. These include the Distributed Ledger Technology Association of the Philippines, Fintech Philippines Association, UShare, and Tech Up Pilipinas Inc.
ULeague for charity
Round 2 of the tournament is scheduled on July 2-3. All participating companies have pledged a donation which will go towards charities with COVID-19 relief campaigns, including Caritas Manila.
“We launched our own internal esports tournament early this year as an avenue to foster community and engagement in UnionBank through gaming. With the Charity Clash Tournament, we want to build the same community through gaming in the fintech industry, and advocate our value of Ubuntu as we support organizations like Caritas Manila that continue to help out our kababayans during this time of need,” UnionBank Senior Vice President and Head of the Fintech Group Arvie de Vera previously said in a press statement.
The participating companies include fintechs such as DragonPay, Coins.ph, Salarium, Philippine Digital Asset Exchange, PeraHub, Xlog, and JG Summit’s Data Analytics Ventures Inc. Also joining are UnionBank subsidiaries UBX and City Savings Bank.
The ULeague held Round 1 of the tournament on June 10-11. Salarium’s team, also called SALARIUM, defeated the Noob Killers of Dragonpay in the finals held on June 11.
Each winner of the rounds will receive a Php10,000 cash prize. They will also secure a spot to compete in the ULeague Charity Clash Grand Championship.
Tune in to the ULeague Mobile Legends Charity Clash Tournament by following the official ULeague Facebook page. Viewers will get the chance to win exciting prizes and giveaways during the live stream.