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Malaysia’s eSports Agency for the Future

Malaysia’s eSports Agency for the Future

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September 15, 2019
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Exclusive ESLGaming boot camp provider

Exclusive ESLGaming boot camp provider

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May 4, 2020
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Holistic inclusive tournaments

Holistic inclusive tournaments

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June 10, 2020

Our Story 

Cyclestate is Malaysia’s first eSports agency focusing on solutions and strategies for grassroots development, talent activation and content curation.

Founded in 2019 by partners with established businesses in media, technology and people consulting, Cyclestate plans to create a thriving Malaysian ecosystem for brands to engage and explore unique opportunities in the eSports space.

ESL Online eSports Bootcamp

PUBG Mobile
8 & 9 August

9am – 1pm

 
Normal Fees RM300
Early Bird Promo RM150*

*First come first serve basis.

What we do

ESL Gaming & School Holiday Bootcamps

We believe that grassroots are the fundamental of any sport. We take great pride in developing and hand picking our course and programs to add value to the lives of our next generation.
Our efforts in building the grassroots is further strengthened with exclusive partnerships with global brands like ESLGaming and ibMedia International.

Our Services

We cover a broad field of services in esports and gaming technology, story telling, event management, advertising and television production, fully catering to the needs of the esports ecosystem.

Partnerships

As we are looking to build, innovate and grow the esports ecosystem; we are open to explore partnerships that are passionate to transform moments of eureka into everlasting legacy.

Objectives of Our Camps

  • Understand and focus on the individual and / or team competition
  • Understand the fun of esports
  • Understand and articulate the importance of Mental and Physical condition during free play and competitive play
  • Clearly layout a progress plan to direct growth in individual player or team
  • Teach, guide, and outline strategies and mechanical details from basic to high-level play used in both ranked latter and professional environment
  • Creating a healthy environment to encourage players to look at potential opportunities within esports not just as a professional player

Register for our eSports Bootcamp!

ESL Online eSports Camp – PUBG Mobile

Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is an online multiplayer game. The gamer will take part in a battle royale gameplay. The gamer plays as a lone player or joins a team of up to four players and fights his way through the map!

Audience

  • Players Ages 10 – 13 (Beginners / Intermediate)
  • Players Ages 14 – 17 (Beginners / Intermediate / Advanced)
  • Players looking to learn, grow, and advance to the next stage of their play

Prerequisites

  • Must be of Ages between 10 to 17
  • Willingness to enjoy and have fun
  • Beginner, people who just got the game and looking to get started and learn the best practices on approaching the game.
  • Intermediate, people who have been playing the game and are trying to take their game to the next level

Course Description

Esports is a vast growing market with endless potential and enjoyment! Both parents & participants will be able to learn more about the new wave of sports and not just watch it but to also be a part of it! Players will have to learn, adapt, understand, and execute decisions within a very short span of time.

These decisions can win or lose a match depending on the severity of the outcome. Our program offers many valuable personable and physical skills such as:

  • Communication
  • Self-Reflection
  • Techniques
  • Physical Training
  • Mental Training

Soft Skills

Our unique offering for kids is our soft skills program. It will be taught as principles, not rules. A principle internally motivates you to do the things that seem good and right. People develop principles by living with people with principles and seeing the real benefits of such a life, so we will be going through examples of successful gamers/sports stars that have good principles. (inspiring is key to motivate young ones). A rule externally compels you, through force, the threat of punishment, to do the things someone else has deemed good or right. This is the major chunk of how we will be teaching the participants the soft skills.

Duration

Players can go through a 5 level camp program with a total of 40 hours and a certificate for attending all 5 levels successfully.

This certification is endorsed by ESLGaming.

Time Schedule

Time

Saturday

Sunday

8:45 - 9:00 Arrival of Players; Waiting in lobby Arrival of Players; Waiting in lobby
9:00-10:30 Game Play & Practice Game Play & Practice
10:30 - 10:50 Break & Exercises @ home Break & Exercises @ home
10:50 - 11:30 Soft Skill training within the gameplay (Teamwork, Leadership) Soft Skill training within the gameplay (Teamwork, Leadership)
11:40 - 12:00 Break & Exercises @ home Break & Exercises @ home
12:00 - 01:00 Game Play & Practice with Real-Time feedback Game Play & Practice with Real-Time feedback
1:00 pm End of the Camp End of the Camp

NEWS & MEDIA

Malaysian E-Sport Agency Cyclestate in Partnership with ibMedia Launches Innovative Online ESLGaming Bootcamps

As the esports industry conquers ground in Asia, homegrown esports agency Cyclestate launches its grassroots development initiative with a pioneering concept of online gaming boot camps for children ages 10 to 17. In an exclusive partnership with ibMedia, a unique curriculum has been developed to deliver ESLGaming-certified training camps to children in the comfort of their homes.

“Cyclestate recognizes the importance of grassroots development and a holistic approach in any sport to build world-class athletes. This partnership with ibMedia enables us to deliver cutting-edge content incorporated with holistic soft-skills training delivered online into the homes of children all across Malaysia. The innovation that we are delivering is in the fusion of gameplay training, physical well-being coaching and values-based personal development that will give our children an opportunity to excel in this industry.” explained Alfred Juan Anthony, Partner & COO of Cyclestate.

ibMedia is the latest player in the esports landscape to venture into Malaysia. Headquartered in Singapore and Berlin, ibMedia Group through their exclusive partnership with Cyclestate will provide esports solutions and strategies tailored for the Malaysian market, ranging from esports workshops to full-time courses. Employing a bottom-up approach development strategy, the partnership has resulted in the development of a 5-level training camp program resulting in a certificate from ESL, the world’s largest and longest running eSports company, upon successful completion. Every level can be completed over a single weekend totaling 8 hours, making the most of the digital connectivity and delivery medium that most families have grown accustomed to for online learning and development.

“Cyclestate is the ideal partner for ibMedia to establish the topic of esports education & training in Malaysia. While esports education is a relatively new field, ibMedia has worked on developing several fresh esports-related curricula for esports gaming & esports management for the upcoming workshops, vocational and full-time qualifications. This is yet another step in ibMedia’s aim to establish esports around the world,” Frank Sliwka, CEO of ibMedia Group, said.

This announcement was made during LEVEL UP PLAY-ONE last weekend, a digital games and esports focused virtual event that the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation’s (MDEC) Digital Creative Content division put together.

“We certainly welcome this new partnership with Cyclestate and ibMedia as it is a great way to accelerate the aspirations and dreams of Malaysian youths who have a keen interest in esports and dream of going professional one day. Certainly, this will open doors for other initiatives that have plans to venture into this space. We look forward to what Cyclestate and ibMedia have in mind for the coming months with this arrangement. This further extends Malaysia as a growing community for esports in the region and also reinforces ongoing efforts to solidify Malaysia as the Heart of Digital ASEAN,” said Hasnul Hadi Samsudin, Vice President, Digital Creative Content, MDEC.

Registration is now open on www.cyclestate.asia for parents to sign up their children.