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GameReady is a Malaysian tech startup working on a mobile esports platform that offers the most accessible competitive gaming experience for professional and casual gamers alike.


We give our partners a mobile esports platform to build their brand and engage the esports ecosystem and youth. GameReady aims to give gamers a progression and direct path to competing esports professionally.


An online esports platform that enables organizers & gamers to create and enter leagues and tournaments.

Esport hub to discover and compete in tournaments, socially and professionally

The tournament will be setup in dedicated venue and ready to register

Easy tournament setup by organizers, automate tournament formats and slots management

Localized ranking system with players / team profile and performance data

Support regional currencies digital wallet to hold players winnings and credits


Esports are electronic sports, organized competitive gaming events for various electronic games in various leagues with teams and players grouping, battling it out for victory. Prizes are on offer, as is the mass recognition prestige of being crowned champions. Winning teams or players can expect to potentially receive millions in prize money, as well as in more funding from sponsorship, endorsements and salaries.


Esports had also been dubbed the “next big thing” in influencer marketing. With the eSports community growing larger every year. Esports marketing revenue had been increasing steadily at a pace of 40% year-on-year and estimated to reach $1.18 billion for the year 2019. A large part of this revenue comes from brand investment, with 80% of the total revenue in 2016 coming from sponsorships and advertising.


“ I believe esports will rival the biggest traditional sports leagues in terms of future opportunities, and between advertising, ticket sales, licensing, sponsorships and merchandising, there are tremendous growth areas for this nascent industry” – Steve Borenstein, Chairman of Activision Blizzard’s Esports Division and Former CEO of ESPN and NFL Network


– Esports as a Fans Sport –


While eSports may not be your first thought when you change the channel to ESPN, it has a significant fanbase, and it’s growing rapidly. Meanwhile, ESPN has recognized the popularity of eSports. They accept it as a sport, and broadcast competitions on their network, besides more traditional sporting events.


Get to know how brands involved in Esports world and short story of it

The Mountain Dew League (MDL), an initiative formed through the collaboration between ESL and Mountain Dew, has successfully expanded opportunities for amateur Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) players. MDL gives teams the chance to participate at the professional level, providing a gateway for rising teams to compete in ESL Pro League.
OMEN by HP is one of the big players when it comes to hardware and sponsorship within theesports industry. From huge teams like Cloud9 and Immortals up to entire competitions such as the Overwatch League, HP Omen’s investment in esports is growing all the time.
RED BULL Malaysia announced that RED BULL COLISEUM will take place this year, continuing the success of the property last year. What makes it more exciting is that RED BULL COLISEUM announced further that EA Sports FIFA Online 3 will be one of the game titles along 4 other games this year.
The upcoming Malaysia eSports League (MESL), organised by the Mineski Events Team, will offer the largest prize pool for a local Dota 2 tournament – RM500,000. “With MESL, we hope to develop more young talents and eSports icons such as ‘Mushi’ Chai Yee Fung, ‘Ohaiyo” Khoo Chong Xin, ‘MidOne’ Cheng Yeik Nai and ‘Ah Fu’ Tue Soon Chuan,” said Mineski Events Team managing director Kenchi Yap.
Offering Overwatch League bottles on the Coca-Cola Store site and using digital ads to drive awareness of the bottles in advance of the league’s finals is likely to drive traffic to the site, increase e-commerce and, perhaps most importantly, provide Coca-Cola with valuable customer data related to esports fans.
The Overwatch League’s 2019 Season has been going strong for months now. Currently, teams are in the middle of Stage 3 matches. Afterward, there is only Stage 4 separating League teams from the Grand Finals in September. LA Valiant, the Overwatch League team from Los Angeles, is maintaining a strong standing in the top five as of this writing.
Samsung Galaxy was a professional esports works team of the South Korean corporation Samsung Electronics. During its existence it had teams competing in League of Legends, StarCraft and StarCraft II. . Throughout its history as a professional Brood War team, and until September 2013 as a StarCraft II team, it was known as Samsung KHAN.
M8hexa Esports Hub is the 1st of it’s kind FREEMIUM Mobile Gaming esports hub combine Co-working environment in Malaysia. It was founded by a group of young and talent gamers and they inspired to help and grow the young industry of gamers in Malaysia and nurture them to their full potential. “We are championing the grass roots of esports”.
The Grand Finals of the Toyota GR Velocity Esports Championship saw the top 40 qualifiers challenging each other in the final round of the biggest national Esports racing event in Malaysia. “In this digital age, it’s not surprising that Esports has become a fast-growing industry, not only in Malaysia but also globally.