AMD and Eliphant have partnered to bring to Asia the AMD Streamer Challenge 2020, the next-generation of streamer-led, AMD-powered gaming entertainment.
The new gaming series will air online from 11 September through to 18 December 2020 and will feature popular online personalities from East Asia (South Korea and Japan) and Southeast Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand). Streamers will face off against one another in a variety of formats and game titles over several episodes competing for a total prize pool worth over USD 20,000.
Acer and HP join AMD as anchor sponsors for the series, providing the latest in AMD-powered gaming hardware for streamers to compete on and sponsoring prizes and giveaways for viewers. Representing Team Acer are Gema Show from Indonesia, Tanx from Thailand, and Riku from the Philippines. From Team HP, we have Le Josette from Malaysia, Willcomeback from Thailand, Larissa Rochefort from Indonesia, YUYU Monster from Singapore, and Pikeamee from Japan.
EPOS joins as the official gaming headset supplier, bringing a premium-quality audio experience to pair with AMD’s gaming experience. Secretlab comes on board as the official gaming chair, bringing the world-class experience that top esports professionals enjoy at tournaments around the world.
The East Asia competition will be the AMD Streamer Challenge: Triple Threat, which will involve streamers from Japan and South Korea facing off against each other in a series of in-game challenges in one of this year’s hottest games – Valorant.
In Southeast Asia, the format will be the AMD Streamer Challenge: Domination where streamers will form teams with their fans, and represent their countries in a round-robin competition in both Valorant and Fall Guys. AMD sponsored pro team Fnatic will also make an appearance and DOTA 2 fans will be able to sign up to play with or against them.
The AMD Streamer Challenge will comprise a total of 11 episodes, which will be broadcast on the official AMD Streamer Challenge website. Southeast Asia episodes will be broadcast in English, Thai and Bahasa Indonesia, while East Asia episodes will be broadcast in Japanese and Korean. Viewers will be able to join in the action by signing up for team slots to play with their favourite streamers and stand a chance to win from the prize pool. To compete, register for your spot here: http://bit.ly/AMDSCen. Places will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis, and all participants must be of age 16 and above.
More information is available on the official website, including the list of participating streamers, episode challenge formats and sign-up form.
Register to compete here: http://bit.ly/AMDSCen
Official AMD Streamer Challenge Website: https://amdgaming.gg/
Official AMD Twitch Channel: https://www.twitch.tv/amd