Tamago Partners With eGG Network To Launch A New Esports Organisation: Team Tamago

By Yue Lynn on Jun 8, 2018

Tamago has teamed up with eGG network to launch and sponsor an esports organisation called Team Tamago. Currently, this new esports organisation has one Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team and one Arena of Valor team. The Mobile Legends team is an all-Malaysian squad while the AOV team only has a single local player, Taintedones, as the rest of his squadmates are Singaporeans.

As Tamago is a live streaming app, fans can watch Team Tamago’s live stream every day on it. Additionally, there are some special live programming such as in-game item giveaways, exhibition matches and hero guides planned for the audience too. On the other side, eGG Network will be providing team updates and live tournament coverage, so fans better keep their eyes peeled on that channel as well!

Team Tamago’s Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Squad

Captain: Mohd Haqqani Jaafar @ 2ez4jepv

- Amirul Shafiq Mohd Amir @ Feekz

- Khoo Boon Chun @ OlalaOlele

- Fiqri Atiq Mohd Fauzi Lai @ Lacid

- Rizki Hidayat Abd Mutalib @ Zee

- Chang Wei Loon @ Xin

Team Tamago’s AOV Squad

Captain: Jason Koh @ Jason

- Renfred Ng @ Elespresso

- Eugene Kong @Kayzeepi

- Chin Wei Song @Taintedones

- Dabbie Lim @813

Fun facts:

Team Tamago Mobile Legends: Bang Bang’s captain, 2ez4jepv was a former player of MysteriousAssassin (MyA) and won 3rd place in the Mobile Legends Professional League MY/SG (MPL) Season. Team Tamago AOV’s captain, Jason, had over 10 podium finishes in multiple regional esports tournaments while his teammate Kayzeepi is Singapore’s national AOV team captain for the upcoming 2018 Asian Games.

According to Head of Tamago, Yubin Ng, Team Tamago’s launch signals their foray into the esports industry and people can look forward to getting more esports content on Tamago. 

“Together with eGG Network, we can provide aspiring gamers with two key ingredients for success: a platform to get recognised by the esports and gaming community with a potential audience of 40 million viewers, and the opportunity to interact and build a fanbase through live streaming,” he added.

So, any of you’ve been using Tamago? What do you think about esports streaming on Tamago?

Fans can follow Team Tamago on eGG Network via the following platforms:

Facebook, Instagram, YouTube  and its website.

Tamago app is available for Android and iOS devices.

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