Malaysia's local e-Sports organization, Fire Dragoon officially launched their gaming office on Sunday and it is to die for!
Fire Dragoon e-Sports is a Malaysian full fledge e-Sports organization with an aim to help the Malaysia e-Sports scene soar into greater heights. The organization seeks to groom potential players into professional athletes and personality for the local e-Sports industry by organizing workshops and e-Sports related seminars. They are currently managing full-time and part-time teams from League of Legends, Dota 2 and also CS:GO. Fire Dragoon is also planning to expand towards streaming in the near future.
Their Dota 2 team peaked at 6th place in the previous Boston Major SEA Regional Qualifiers, and was in the top 3 for minor tournaments like the UMobile GameOnz MSI MGA Dota 2 tournament held in Berjaya Times Square last December. The League of Legends team recently got fourth place in The Legends Circuit Malaysia organized by Garena.
Fire Dragoon's e-Sports venture is backed by TteSports, which is a global professional gaming peripheral brand where they too see the potential of the industry in Malaysia.
The Fire Dragoon Gaming Office
All of the rooms in the office have their unique names. For instance, the main office is called the Town Hall and the Managing Director, Fire Kam's office is named after a winged fire creature- Ifrit. They have a room which is used for the media launching, a Chill Out room for players and staff to chill in there, 2 practice rooms with a total of 11 powerful desktop setups, a resting room for players to take a nap when they need it, a pantry, and also others that are used as office space.
Big News For Overwatch Players
Ever dreamed of being a professional athlete in Overwatch? Here's your chance to shine as Fire Dragoon e-Sports is looking to form a professional Overwatch team to compete in the upcoming local tournaments and hopefully going international in the future. Think you have what it takes to beat the rest and be the best? You can start by applying now at https://goo.gl/2pfSxR.
For more information on Fire Dragoon, be sure to check out their Facebook page at facebook.com/firedragoonesports.