Malaysia's Asia Pacific University Opens Up Course for DOTA 2, LOL, CS:GO and FIFA 17

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Malaysia's Asia Pacific University Opens Up Course for DOTA 2, LOL, CS:GO and FIFA 17
Fnatic, Team Malaysia and Orange Esports are some of the prominent and professional DOTA 2 teams from Malaysia that uplifted their country in the gaming or eSports industry.

A Malaysian University appreciates these improvements of the country in the esports industry. And this is the Asia Pacific University (APU), which launched its first eSports Academy, together with eSports Malaysia, the governing body of electronic sports in Malaysia on February 23, 2017. The launch was officiated by Deputy Higher Education Minister, Y.B. Datuk Dr. Mary Yap Kain Ching at APU's New Campus. And to solidify the partnership, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoA) was signed between Datuk Dr. Parmjit Singh, CEO of APIIT Education Group, and Dato’ Latt Shariman Abdullah, President of eSM(eSports Malaysia).

APU and Esports Malaysia

APU eSports Malaysia Academy offers Certificate Courses for the following Game-Based programmes:
  • APU eSports Malaysia Academy Skills Certificate in League of Legends (Level 1, 2, 3)
  • APU eSports Malaysia Academy Skills Certificate in DOTA 2 (Level 1, 2, 3)
  • APU eSports Malaysia Academy Skills Certificate in FIFA 17 (Level 1, 2, 3)
  • APU eSports Malaysia Academy Skills Certificate in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (Level 1, 2, 3)
A duration of 12 weeks per Level is alloted for the training of the courses. You can learn more about the requirements, fees and enrollment procedures for these esports courses at APU eSports Malaysia Academy website :

APU eSports Academy

APU eSports Academy League of Legends

APU eSports Academy was located in Bukit Jalil, and it is the first educational institution in Malaysia to feature an e-sports course, and it will be guided by professionals on the basics of two MOBA Game: “League of Legends” and “Dota 2”, one FPS Game: “Counter Strike: Global Offensive” and one Sport Video Game: “FIFA Online 3”.

If you're not so good in gaming, and you're good in analyzing or shoutcasting a game. There will be courses on being effective team managers and shoutcasters. Courses are slated to start by the first week of April 2017 with classes to take place during the weekends.

For more information, be sure to visit APU eSports Academy's official website and Facebook page.

Establishing this eSports Academy is a good move for Malaysia for them to take a step ahead in the eSports industry.
Filipinos are also competitive when it comes in eSports. We have our best DOTA 2 teams including TNC Pro Team, Execration, Mineski-Dota, Acion Arena, s1 Lykos, Rave and Extremist. Therefore Filipino gamers don't left behind in the gaming industry, we are also moving ahead. And aspiring to have a kind of esports academy like APU eSports academy in our country is good and exciting as well, but we're still undergoing on the gradual improvement in terms of gaming facilities and we still need the acceptance of the government when we talk about eSports. Only one senator in the Philppines is concerned about eSports and that's Senator Bam Aquino. But for whatever the future holds in Philippine's eSports industry, one thing is certain and that is Filipinos are rock solid gamers.

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