WarCities Esports, Inc.
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|Divisions||PUBG, Clash Royale, League Of Legends: Wildrift, Mobile Legends Bang Bang, PES Mobile|
WarCities is a leading Bangladeshi Esports Company (non-profit) focused on creating an ecosystem where every entity related to esports can have their equal opportunity and ensure growth. The journey started in the Year of 2017 with a vision to change the traditional way of organizing Esports tournament in Bangladesh. From it’s establishment the company has been active in different genre of game e.g. PUBG, Clash Royale, League Of Legends: Wildrift, Mobile Legends Bang Bang, ePES Mobile and many more. WarCities has hosted both national and international tournament. It is the first company to bring a cross-country tournament in League of Legends: Wildrift and Clash Royale. It is the first company to host 5,000 plus gamer from different game in various competitive events.
Apart from that, WarCities has also establish “DHAKA UNIVERSITY Esports CLUB” in collaboration with University of Dhaka and some other is still on processing.
WarCities is working alongside organizer's, streamers, community and various Esports teams to promote and patronize the Esports sector in Bangladesh.
Some Notable Tournaments
- GamesTrade PUBG mobile Contest (2019)
- GamesTrade Clash Royal Tournament (2019)
- Battle of Legends: MLBB Tournament (2020)
- EXPLODE T20 PUBG mobile Tournament (2020)
- EXPLODE T20 MLBB Tournament (2020)
- Clash Royale Community Tournament (2020-present)
- PUBG mobile Dhaka University Challenge (2020)
- Clash Royale Community Tournament, Bangladesh (2020)
- Lockdown 16 Series: MLBB Tournament (2020)
- Rising Star (season-1) [Co-host]
- Blood-sail Admirals (Co-host)
- Nepal-Bangladesh Clash Royale Tournament (2021)
- Demacia Cup: A wildrift Tournament (2021)
- Game Of Champions: mlbb tournament (2021) [co-host]
- Araf IC3 Mahfuz Tribute: INDIA-BANGLADESH Wild-rift Tournament (2021)
- PUBG Mobile Night Scrims (2021) [Co-organiser] and many more tournaments where WarCities were engaged indirectly.
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