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E-SPORTS fans across the country, it’s time to get your game face on, ‘cos R.AGE is giving away 10 pairs of passes to the hottest gaming event of the year!

The Garena Cyber Games (GCG) will be held on Dec 19-20 at The Mines International Exhibition & Convention Centre, and as the official media partner, R.AGE will be your exclusive guide to the tournament.

Some of the best gamers from across the region will be at GCG to compete in three games – League of Legends, FIFA Online 3 and Alliance of Valiant Arms – for a total prize pool of RM230,000!

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Top League of Legends team Nyan Zone from Singapore will be competing at the Garena Cyber Games in December.

The best part is, we’ll be hosting a live stream of the tournament at rage.com.my!

But if you want to take in all the action live at GCG, where up to 50,000 gaming fans will be expected to show up, we can hook you up too.

We’ll be running an online contest to giveaway those 10 pairs of passes over the next few weeks, so stay tuned to our website.

If you can’t wait for that, the GCG early bird promo has already begun. If you buy your tickets (RM30 for one day, RM50 for both days) from now until Nov 23 at gcg.garena.com, you’ll get an RM10 HotlinkGame Reload for each day you attend.

There will also be a League of Legends cosplay competition at GCG 2015.

There will also be a League of Legends cosplay competition at GCG 2015.

There’ll be plenty of exciting activities apart from the e-Sports competitions. Korean cosplayer Aza Miyuko will be making an appearance, and there will also be a League of Legends cosplay competition with RM8,400 up for grabs.

For more info, go to rage.com.my/gcg.

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