Bren Esports finishes in Top 2 at Malaysia’s Axis Esports League

Bren Esports AOV
Founded by Bernard “Bren” Chong, the premiere competitive gaming team continues to bring pride to the Philippines. Photo from Bren Esports Official Facebook page

Bren Esports’ Arena of Valor (AOV) team placed 2nd in the Axis Esports AOV League held last Saturday, July 6, at Dewan Canselor Tun Abdul Razak (DECTAR), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi.

The Mobile Legends Southeast Asia champion team first competed against Boom ID at the Axis AOV League (AAL) Lower Bracket ending with a score of 2-1. It was followed by a 2-0 with Axis Hydra which paved the way for them to move to the next round.

The Filipino gamers proceeded to the Lower Bracket Finals following their win against Ikan Masin. They earned the spot in the grand finals with the 2-0 win against Nexplay.

Bren Esports’ AOV team competed against Indonesia’s Saudara Esports Ses Asli Enaak in the finals of the game and emerged as the Top 2 finisher at the 2019 Mobile Legends Bang Bang tournament.

Other games played in the esports league include Call of Duty Black Ops 4, Pro Evolution Soccer 2019, Mobile Legends, and PUBG Mobile.

Founded by Bernard “Bren” Chong, the premiere competitive gaming team continues to bring pride to the Philippines through competing and winning in different international competitions.

WATCH the stream of the game here and SEND congratulations in the comments below for Bren Esports!

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