Esports Recognised as the Medal Sports at 31st Southeast Asian Games

Southeast Asia

In a recent press release of the 31st Southeast Asian Games, esport is recognised as the medal sport at the upcoming 31st SEA Games. 31st Southeast Asian Games will take at the end of the year starting from 21st November 2021 to 2nd December 2021.

Nguyen Ngoc Thien, Head of 31st Southeast Asian Games, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, announced, “We have signed a decision to introduce esport titles as regular sports title at 31st SEA Games. In decision no. 996/QD-BVHTTDL, we have included some famous esport titles. There will be a total of 40 medal titles at 31st SEA Games where esport games will be part of it.”

This is not the first time when esport recognised as the medal title on such a huge stage. With the start of 2021, the head of Asian games has also announced to introduce esport title as medal title at Asian Games 2022. This article will not complete until we mention the esports titles which will take place 31st Southeast Asian Games. According to the decision made by Nguyen Ngoc Thien, these events will be taken place at the 31st SEA Games.

For Men Only
  • League of Legends Wild Rift – Mobile Title
For Women Only
  • League of Legends Wild Rift – Mobile Title
Open for All Title
  • Arena of Valor – Mobile Title
  • PUBG Mobile – Squad Mode
  • PUBG Mobile – Solo Mode
  • Garena Free Fire – Mobile Title
  • League of Legends – PC Title
  • FIFA Online 4 (Team Mode )- PC Title
  • CrossFire (Team Mode) – PC Title
  • Mobile Legends: Bang Bang – Squad Mode

Vietnamese teams have the upper hand in League of Legends and League of Legends Wild Rift. On the other hand, Indonesian teams have great results in PUBG Mobile, Mobile Legends Bang Bang. It will be interesting to see which region teams will win the highest number of medals in esport titles.



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