Monthly Archives: May 2018

ESports Tournaments In The Philippines – by Indonesia’s UniPin Ventures

Hello sa inyo! Lalo na yung mga nakakalaro ko sa Mobile Legends at sa Dota 2. Mukhang mapapalaban tayo ng malulupit sa upcoming tournaments next month.

Yung tournament namin sa company namin, championships na bukas; between Pulang Araw and Canada Butterfly Crew. Best of Five series yun. Ako ang shoutcaster. Sana dumating yung panahon na makpaag shoutcast din ako sa iba pang tournaments sa labas ng office.

Nakakapagod lang. Paos ka pag-uwi. Pero Masaya. Happy Casting ang ginagawa ko a la Lon at Dunoo.

Kita-kits sa Highgrounds?

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Indonesia’s UniPin Ventures into Southeast Asian Gaming Market

Manila, 15 May 2018 – UniPin Online Game Voucher, Indonesia’s biggest and most favorable brand in the Indonesian online gaming industry strengthen its presence in the Southeast Asian Gaming Market by venturing into the Philippines.

Today the online game market for the Southeast Asian gaming industry is experiencing a tremendous growth and this has motivated UniPin to a new chapter in its digital journey to move its expansion to the Philippines to cater to the growing online gamers of this region. Demand in the online gaming market further geared us to develop and build the greatest gaming community for this region, in particular to provide a regional eSports platform for the local Philippines gamers to connect with Southeast Asia gaming communities and to support the creation of a healthy eSports lifestyle among the young generation.

To kick start its Southeast Asian vision, UniPin is partnering with Philippines local partners, such as SM Cyberzone to organize eSport competitions across the Philippines, and among others TNC Philippine Holdings Inc. being one of the distributors, in the distribution of UniPin Online Game Voucher for the Philippines’ gaming market.

Mr. Ashadi Ang, the CEO of UniPin, said”There are numerous questions as to why we chose the Philippines as our first milestone to enter the Southeast Asian countries”. With Philippines’ population of more than 100 million people coupled with the percentages of residents possessing bank accounts at 14% – 16%, according to the research conducted by BPS survey (The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas), position Philippines to be the ideal platform to launch UniPin due to many similarities in terms of market trends and gamers characteristics between the Philippines and Indonesia.

“A vision, a dream to merge the gamers experiences in Southeast Asian countries, even though sounds impossible, but with our experiences, commitments and high dedication, we are optimistic to make our dream come true ” concurs Mr. Ashadi Ang . “A big dream starts with a leap of faith and the courage to act, and we start this leap with the Philippines. We foresee that UniPin will merge and connect both the Philippines’ gamers’ experiences with the Indonesian’s gamers community and together bring forth the gamers’ community in both countries to a higher level.”

“Currently UniPin partners with more than 300 game publishers worldwide and has a total of 10,000 game titles. This enables us to serve 30 million gaming communities which is in line with our slogan ‘’One for All, All for One,” as announced by the CEO of UniPin with much enthusiasm and confidence at the Press Conference delivered on the 15th of May 2018 in Manila.

With its vast game titles, UniPin is committed to create the greatest online gaming community in the Southeast Asia region, by first embarking with the Philippines, through its international-class flagship and favorite products such as Mobile Legends Bang Bang, Player Unknown Battleground (PUBG), Dota 2, League of Legends, Battlenet Club, Nexon Karma Koin, and many more games to come.

Bianca Yao, Gamer and Mr. Ashadi Ang, the CEO of UniPin

Bianca Yao, Gamer and Mr. Ashadi Ang, the CEO of UniPin

L-R SuzzySaur, Streamer; Mr. Ashadi Ang, the CEO of UniPin and Eric Redulfin, CEO of TNC; Shinboo, Streamer

L-R SuzzySaur, Streamer; Mr. Ashadi Ang, the CEO of UniPin and Eric Redulfin, CEO of TNC; Shinboo, Streamer

Mr. Ashadi Ang, the CEO of UniPin and Eric Redulfin, CEO of TNC

Mr. Ashadi Ang, the CEO of UniPin and Eric Redulfin, CEO of TNC

Mr. Ashadi Ang, the CEO of UniPin

Mr. Ashadi Ang, the CEO of UniPin

In its starting debut for the Philippines, UniPin will collaborate with SM Cyberzone by hosting a nationwide eSports tournaments starting in June 2018. The winners of such tournaments will then be flown to Jakarta to compete in UniPin’s eSports Cup for the Southeast Asia, which will take place sometime in October 2018.

To support its presence in the Philippines, UniPin also cooperates with other Philippines local companies to provide a comprehensive payment channels such as 7-Eleven, Globe, Smart, Dragon Pay, TNC cybercafé, SM Dept / supermarket, Bayad Center, Axiapedia, Globe G-Cash & BPI Bank, and many other payment channels.

For more details please go to our website at www.unipin.com

 

Sumigaw Ako Sa Trabaho For More Than An Hour. Hindi Ako Napagalitan. Pinuri Pa Ako

Kahapon, ginanap ang semi-finals ng aming Mobile Legends tournament sa opisina. Naglaban ang Pulang Araw at ang Infinitum sa Darkside, habang nagpukpukan naman sa Redside ang CBC at Highbloodz. Best of 3 ang format.

Gumamit kami ng Anycast na naka network sa isang phone na may tether LTE. Sa same network na to, naka-connect yung isang referee ng game. Siya ang nagpo-project sa TV.

Yung isang phone naman ang nagcreate ng game at nag-umpire ng laro. Dalawang referee.

Ininvite namin ang mga captains. Within 5 minutes, handa na sila maglaro.

At ang inyong lingkod, nagsilbing shoutcaster sa games.

Yung CBC versus Highbloodz, mabilis lang. Two games na panalo ang CBC. Hindi sila gaano nahirapan. In two games, pasok na agad sila sa finals.

Pagpatak ng 7:45am, call time na ng second set. Nanalo yung Fini nung first game, pero dahil sa adjustments at tactics, nanalo ang Pulang Araw sa second at third game. Magkikita sa finals ang Pulang Araw at ang Canada Butterfly Crew.

5 games in total ang na-shoutcast ko. Average length of game was 18 minutes. That means, 18 mnutes na walang tigil ang pagsasalita ko sa mikropono. Puro laway na yung microphone namin sa opisina.

Naku, gudlak talaga sa susunod na gagamit.

Sumigaw Ako Sa Trabaho For More Than An Hour. Hindi Ako Napagalitan. Pinuri Pa Ako

Testing the game casting using AnyCast

Testing the game casting using AnyCast

Fans and Mobile Legends Enthusiasts

Fans and Mobile Legends Enthusiasts

Ako ang Shoutcaster niyo - together with Orange

Ako ang Shoutcaster niyo – together with Orange

#ML18NERV this is our actual job in the office. Kidding XD

#ML18NERV this is our actual job in the office. Kidding XD

FAITO MARSHALS!!! #ML18NERV #NERV ADP Mobile Legends Tournament starting 7:30AM!! come and see at the G2 lobbies <3 — with 재민, Anj Osumo, Aldy Nuqui, Ace Perez, Fenrir De Lara and Pepi De Leon.

FAITO MARSHALS!!! #ML18NERV #NERV
ADP Mobile Legends Tournament starting 7:30AM!!
come and see at the G2 lobbies <3 — with 재민, Anj Osumo, Aldy Nuqui, Ace Perez, Fenrir De Lara and Pepi De Leon.

Eto yung mga key points na sinabi ko nung nagshoutcast ako:

  • Dalawa Patay, Tatlo Sugatan. MASAKER!
  • Humahabol Sila. Hindi Sila Makuntento Sa Isa.
  • Good Play By Grock. Good Play By Lola Nidora.
  • Hindi Pasko Ang Hinihintay Nila. Hinihintay Nila Ay 13th Month Pay.
  • Walang Nangyari. Parang Kanta Ng Parokya Ni Edgar.

Karamihan dyan, ginaya ko lang sa Happy Casting ng MineskiTV at WomboxCombo. Sila ang pattern at inspiration ko. Thank you sa kanila. Pagk kumikita na ako sa shoutcasting, papadalhan ko na lang kayo ng pizza money.

For now, backlink lang kaya ko ibigay:
WomboXCombo
MineskiTV –

 

RYAN REYNOLDS in DEADPOOL 2, INVADES SEOUL, KOREA

          Ryan Reynolds’ recent tour (May 1) in Seoul, Korea sent the fans in droves in Lotte World mall to promote his latest “Deadpool 2” movie.

                Ryan Reynolds posed for pictures with the fans and signed memorabilia, even signed the masks of those who came in costumes and held the phones of the fans to take selfies with them.

                Ryan Reynolds not only stars in the title role, he also co-wrote and produced “Deadpool 2.” “Ryan is an incredible comedic talent,” says Deadpool 2 director David Leitch, “and “Deadpool” works as a perfect ground for things he really excels at. He took that character from the comic books and made it his own brand. There’s a synergistic effect with “Deadpool” and Ryan. He really is Deadpool in real life – in terms of the way he talks and sees the world, sometimes. He’s funny and irreverent but also has a huge heart and compassion, like Deadpool.”

                Pinoy martial artist also serves as stunt coordinator in “Deadpool 2”  who says that the movie is bigger, crazier, more expensive, than the first. All of the set pieces are three times what you saw in the first one. The challenge is to always do something you haven’t done before and keep everything new and dynamic.”  Eusebio also did stunt coordination for films such as Hitman, John Wick, Bourne Ultimatum and 300.

                From 20th Century Fox, “Deadpool 2” opens May 16 in Philippine cinemas nationwide (ahead of the US) and will have early previews on May 15 in select cinemas starting 5:00pm.

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

2018 DEADPOOL2 KOREA TOUR

PRESS RELEASE MOTO TOURISM COUNCIL JOINS SILLAG 2018 CELEBRATION

Early this month, Moto Tourism Council (MTC) joined in the celebration in La Union – Poro Point’s Sillag Festival 2018 by forming a unity ride that started in Manila and ended with a luncheon treat at the baywalk of Poro Point Freeport Zone. A total of 17 members participated in the unity ride from Manila showing the joy and safety fun of motorcycling trip plus the beauty of the various provinces that they have passed by.

Department of Tourism (DOT) Secretary Wanda Corazon Tulfo Teo has approved the formation of the Moto Tourism Council (MTC) that will draft the Moto Tourism campaign plan aimed at boosting motorcycle travel in the country, and eventually generate additional revenues for the tourism sector. A thrust that Assistant Secretary Frederick Alegre himself supports, since he is a rider himself. According to him, the MTC is aimed to show not only the beauty of certain parts of the country but the entirely of it. From Luzon to Mindanao, using the Philippine Nautical Highway, motorcycle riders can now enjoy a trip to any point in the country.

The La Union unity trip aims to promote not only the beauty and safety of proper motorcycle riding but also the possibilities of the being developed Freeport Zone. Joining the unity ride were Manuel Jose, Christpher Pedrosa, Chris Franco, Alvin Aggregado, James Selenio, Raffy Escano, Bobbit Tongco, Miggy Tongco, JT Lansangan, Peter Lansangan and Peter Barrientos, to name a few.

Arriving during the second day of the Sillag Festival celebration, La Union was awaken by the number of riders passing by the main road of the province before ending at the Freeport Zone. The weather was so endearing that it was both sunny and windy at that time. Met by the Highway Patrol team and that of the PNP, the site of riders being accompanied was a sight to behold, elevating the curiosity of the people on what is there to see that day at the celebration ground. With bikes and riders, a riding spectacle was created for the people of La Union and that of Poro Point. Participants of the ride were then treated to an all Filipino luncheon spread prepared by the PPMC Poro Point Management Corporation headed by Dir Warly Guerra, Chairman of Investment Committee. Dir Guerra gave the guests a briefing of the investment opportunities in Poro Point Freeport Zone. He also seeked the help of the businessmen to help in promoting PPFZ as investment destination.

Not only did the MTC did the unity ride but they also started the Parade of Lights celebration and took the time to display their various bikes for people to see and take pictures with; something that bike riders, bike enthusiasts and fans took delight that day in the festival.

With this simple exhibition of motorcycling experience, riders can now travel and enjoy in their own pace the trip of doing a point-to-point tour of the country, promoting road and motorcycling safety and the scenic view of the place. No small thanks to the thrust of the Department of Tourism in looking into the various ways that people can truly explore the country.