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April, 08 2014 09:51:57

Viet Nam win FIFA Online 3

FIFA Online 3 champion Nguyen Thai Bao

HANOI (VNS) — Vietnamese athletes dominated all categories of the Southeast Asian E-Sport Championships' FIFA Online 3 which wrapped-up in HCM City on Sunday.

Local Nguyen Thai Bao defeated Joseph Yew of Singapore in the individual class to take his title together with a bonus of VND63 million (US$2,900).

His team Sai Gon FFG won over Neolution Esports from Thailand.

It was the first time an international tournament for FIFA Online 3 has been held in Viet Nam.

Earlier, the Abuzu Taipei Assassins topped the League of Legends event.

The two-day HCM City competition attracted teams from six countries and territories, competing at the Phu Tho Gymnasium in front of 10,000 spectators. — VNS





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