AMD Streamer Challenge 2020 – Now open for registration

AMD and Eliphant partnered together in order to bring AMD Streamer Challenge 2020 to Asia, another next-generation streamer powered by AMD gaming gears. The AMD Streamer Challenge series will consist of 11 episodes, that will be broadcasts through AMD’s official Twitch channel and, as well as on the AMD Streamer Challenge site. In addition, the gaming series will air completely from September through December 2020, featuring popular online gaming personalities from East Asia (South Korea and Japan) and Southeast Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand). The streamer challenge is all about facing against each other in a variety of formats and a few game titles over several live telecast episodes for a total prize worth up to $20,000.

Acer and HP join AMD as the official anchor sponsors for the series by providing latest AMD gaming gear powered hardware required for streamers to compete on.In addition, Acer and HP sponsoring prizes and giveaways for lucky viewers. As the official headset supplier, EPOS has opted in, bringing in their gaming headset for a premium audio quality experience for the streamers during the live stream. Secretlab also participate in the streamer challenge by featuring their gaming chair in order to provide a world-class experience for e-sport professionals to enjoy the ongoing tournaments.

Figure 1: AMD Streamer Challenge 2020 - Number of Episodes and Description
Figure 1: AMD Streamer Challenge 2020 – Number of Episodes and Description

The East Asia competition is known as the AMD Streamer Challenge: Triple Threat, where the streamers from Japan and South Korea will face against each other in a series of in-game challenges, Valorant, one of the hottest games for the year 2020. For Southeast Asia part, the format will be known as AMD Streamer Challenge: Domination, where the streamers will form teams with their fans and represent each countries in a round robin competition in both Valorant and Fall Guys. Fnatic, a e-sport team is fully sponsored by AMD, will make an appearance and DOTA 2 fans will be able to compete against them via registering their credentials, here.

The episodes from Southeast Asia will be broadcast in English, Thai and Bahasa Indonesia language while East Asia episodes feature Japanese and Korean as official broadcast language.

Learn more about AMD Streamer Challenge here.



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