The Games Of Pinoy Gaming Festival 2017
The yearly gaming event, Pinoy Gaming Festival, is happening this week from April 28 to April 30 at the Trinoma Activity Center, Quezon City, Metro Manila. PGF is now in its sixth year and here are the confirmed games if you plan to drop by during the long weekend:
- League of Legends
- Dota 2
- Project Xandata
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands
- Just Dance 2017
- Mobile Legends
- Vain Glory
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
PGF Hosting a Mobile Legends Tournament
Aside from the usual MOBA appearances such as Dota 2, Vain Glory and League of Legends, a new entry to the PGF lineup is Bang Bang's Mobile Legends, which is picking up quite a following in the Philippines since its release back in 2016.
Pinoy Gaming Festival will also host a tournament for Mobile Legends and it's animpressive prize pool for such a young title. In a report by Mineski, the champion team will win a total of PHP 25,000 and 25,000 Diamonds (in-game currency).
Secret 6 Has A new Build For Project Xandata, And A Tournament
Another new entry to the yearly event will be a local title currently in development at Secret 6 Inc. It's a competitive online first-person shooter and it made its debut in last year's ESGS. We were quite impressed with what we experienced in Project Xandata and we're curious on the game's development.
If you're feeling confident, and have a team of five at the ready, Secret 6 will be hosting a tournament on Project Xandata's latest build. In a report by Pacific, The tournament will have a prize pool of up to PHP 20,000.
Dance Around Or Fight The Cartel?
Ubisoft will also be at this year's Pinoy Gaming Festival. If you're curious at Ubisoft's latest release, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands will be available for play, as well as the latest entry of Just Dance.
Pinoy Gaming Festival has always been the summer gaming event to attend here in the Philippines, and they are providing more variety this year by adding in a locally made game, featuring console titles, and a lot more. Expect the usual as well - local tournaments and exhibition matches for the featured MOBA titles as well as CS:GO throughout the event.
Admission is free for all, so drop by if you have time during the upcoming long weekend.