Local gamers had a glimpse of the exciting lives of professional gamers when they had the opportunity to interact with one of the world’s best and most recognised eSports team, Fnatic and watched Jonatan ‘Devilwalk’ Lundberg and Patrik ‘cArn’ Sättermon in action at the MSI Beat IT Pro-Gamer’s Gathering held at E2Max @ Cine today.

Singapore is beginning to churn out more and more pro-gamers who actually clinch top prizes in gaming competitions around the world and earning a living out of their passion for gaming. MSI Beat IT Pro-Gamers’ Gathering is organized to offer budding local gamers an experience to learn about professional gaming and to hone their skills against the experts.

Since the inauguration of MSI Beat IT Tournament in 2010, MSI continues to create a platform for all gamers to showcase their skills and to compete with the best. We are proud to organize MSI Beat IT Pro-Gamers’ Gathering where visitors and budding local gamers have the opportunity to learn from the industry’s best while simultaneously creating a stage for them to play alongside and compete against the professionals and witness the legendary gamers in action. We hope that through this gathering we can help to inspire budding gamers and grow the eSports industry here in Singapore
Green Lin, Marketing Manager, MSI Notebook

The two legendary members of eSports team, Fnatic, were at the event to share their thoughts on their lives as professional gamers and impart their invaluable tips and must-have skills to succeed as professional gamers.

Fnatic is a leading organization in eSports with professional teams across a variety of popular games like League of Legends, Dota 2 and Counter Strikes: Global Offensive scene (CS:GO). Fnatic teams attend more than 75 international gaming events annually and have won numerous world championships across multiple game titles.

Counter Strike player, former captain of the team and now Fnatic’s Chief Gaming Officer, Patrik ‘cArn’ Sättermon is one of the most recognisable faces in the world of PC gaming.

Joining him is 22 year-old Jonatan ‘Devilwalk’ Lundberg who started gaming at a very early age as most gamers these days do. Famed ‘Devilwalk’ of Fnatic’s Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) rose to prominence when his team clinched back-to-back victories at the prestigious DreamHack Winter Championships. He now also coaches Fnatic’s CS:GO team who have dominated major competitions like FACEIT League Season 2 Championships and ESL One Cologne.

Gamers at the event were elated at the opportunity to try their hand at three different gaming features at the Live Demo area and the chance to win attractive prizes. Of course, nothing compared to the chance to play with (and against) ‘Devilwalk’, ‘cArn’ and other local professional gamers in a bracket-system tournament.

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