KALASAG: 2019 Nationwide Mobile Legend Competition by DICT

Kalasag is a native Filipino large shield that for centuries protected our brave ancestors in battle. It has been a symbol of courage, strength and unwavering will of the Filipino since, and from its spirit, the Philippines’ first ever esports tournament open to all in the government derives its inspiration.

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Kalasag is the newest addition to the annual celebration of the National ICT Month in the country. This year, as we call on the people to “See ICT Differently” and answer the challenge of digital transformation, we also call on all government employees to answer the challenge of friendly competition in a digital arena that will test their cunning, strategy and skill.

With its partners, the DICT is opening its doors to the community in the discussion of responsible esports play, youth mobilization and most importantly, changing public’s mindsets with regard to the utilization of ICT.

Who can join the KALASAG 2019 Mobile Legend Competition?

All government employees, whether regular, contractual, job order or any similar status. Just present a certification that you are part of a national government agency, local government unit, or government-owned and controlled corporation.

KALASAG 2019 Details

  • Venue:
    • QC Experience, Events Hall – Quezon Memorial Circle
  • Dates:
    • June 09 – Group Stage Eliminations
    • June 10 – Playoffs
    • June 11 – Semi-Finals and Grand Finals

How to register?

Check the full mechanics for more information and register HERE to compete and for a chance to win cash prizes and in-game rewards.

Register in this Google Form Link.

Deadline of Registration

Registration is until June 05, 2019. Hurry, tournament slots for teams will be reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Kalasag 2019

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