In the recently concluded Kings League of Dark League Studios, Setsuna “Akosi Dogie” Ignacio partnered up with PBA players Allen Mina, Jerick Ahanmansi, and Joseph Gabayni to challenge the MPL-bound Minana Esports.

Minana Esports was able to beat the PBA Allstar in a 51-19 game. But this is just the beginning as the battle with the popular Mobile Legends players hinted at PBA’s plans on being more involved in the esports scene.


It is said that Dark League Studios is assisting the PBA with the creation of its own esports tournament.

As per Dark League Studio’s AC Valdenor, the said tournament may happen in the first quarter of 2023. He encouraged PBA fans to support their favorite basketball teams as they compete and play with “the most influential gamers, fans, and academe esports players.”

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PBA choosing Dark League Studios came as no surprise as the esports group is backed by Alfrancis Chua and Bobby Rosales, two big names in the basketball industry.

Valdenor said that the PBA players were really amped up during the first tournament and found that the experience was “nakakabitin”. They also expected the excitement of playing in front of the fans.

The esports match also proved that “esports is for everyone,” Valdenor added.

Source: Spin

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