(The Philippine Star ) – March 7, 2020 – 12:00am
MANILA, Philippines — ARC Refreshment Corp. is widening the scope of the Juicy Legends TOURnament, with the presentation of “The Grand Tournament” culminating with the championship in December.
The yearlong event pits three different brackets against each other for Mobile Legends victory, and this is part of ARC’s advocacy to extend support to the Mobile Legends community headlined by its brand Juicy Lemon.
In partnership with ULVL Gaming founded by Roadfill aka Moymoy Palaboy, ARC presents a yearround competition to give young eSports athletes the opportunity to be part of the growing community that is inclusive for both amateurs and professional athletes.
Sibol bets, the champion Phl team in the last SEA Games, have improved their athletic skills playing in small tournaments to competing regionally then making it to the international stage.
Many professional teams and players were first exposed to local tournaments before competing worldwide. ARC’s Juicy Legends take pride in some of them.
Sunsparks was the champion in the first and second waves of Juicy Legends TOURnament Pro Division, and the team became one of the Mobile Legends M1 World Championship qualifiers. One of the Sunsparks players is Allen “Greed” Baloy who played for Dreamhigh Gaming, the champion team of the Juicy Legends TOURnament Amateur Division’s first wave.
Kent Ervan “Doc Ranveigh” Unigo is also one of the amateur players who have made Juicy Legends their stepping stone into the pro scene.