The Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) continues the tradition of letting SEA nations compete against one another in esports as it officially launches the 31st iteration of the regional event.

A total of 11 countries will be joining the event, which includes countries such as the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, and the rest of the Southeast Asian nations.

Incorporating a modern aspect to the customary sports competition is esports that will display good strategic thinking and teamwork to win among competing teams from each participating country.

See also:

Mobile Legends 31st SEA Games: Schedule, Teams, Results, Where to watch

SEA Games medalists cash incentives in the Philippines

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Credit: Razer

As for the video game titles in question, they will comprise esports games, such as Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, PUBG Mobile, League of Legends, League of Legends: Wild Rift, Arena of Valor, Free Fire, and FIFA Online 4.

Below is a list of 31st SEA Games esports schedules for each title during the event:

GAMESDATE
Free Fire
League of Legends: Wild Rift (Men)
May 13
Free Fire
League of Legends: Wild Rift (Men)
FIFA Online 4
May 14
Free Fire
League of Legends: Wild Rift (Men)
FIFA Online 4
May 15
PUBG Mobile (Solo)May 16
PUBG Mobile (Solo)
League of Legends: Wild Rift (Women)
May 17
PUBG Mobile (Team)
League of Legends: Wild Rift (Women)
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang
May 18
Mobile Legends: Bang BangMay 19
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang
Arena of Valor
CrossFire
May 20
League of Legends
Arena of Valor
CrossFire
May 21
League of Legends
Arena of Valor
CrossFire
May 22



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