Wargaming and TeSL team up for Wargaming.net League APAC 2014

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Wargaming has announced its appointment of TeSL as their official broadcasting partner of Wargaming.net League APAC (WGL APAC) 2014, marking a milestone in the Asian eSports industry. The eSports broadcast service is also getting an upgrade, allowing gamers to enjoy WGL Asia in five languages including Chinese, English, Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese.

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In efforts to being the best experience to players this year, the Wargaming-TeSL partnership is set to broadcast WGL Asia to more than 10 countries including Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Japan and Australia. TeSL’s expertise and broadcasting with their stable of professional commentators and high production standards is set to excite.

Global eSports players and fans will be able to join in on WGL APAC action when the Silver and Golden Series are broadcasted by TeSL. There are four levels in the WGL Asia tournament – Bronze Series, Silver Series, Golden Series and the Season Final. The season champion is set to rake in US$100,000 in prize money.

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At a joint press conference held on 22 April 2014, special guests Breaker, eScAlpha, Edison the professional anchor and yoe Flashwolves – the first professional WoT eSports team sponsored by WaninBank Corp. in Taiwan, shares their WoT stories and expectation for the upcoming 2014 WGL season.

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