EMERGE Esports might be able to make your dreams a reality.

Are you a passionate gamer, cosplayer or streamer who wants to focus on your desire and make it big down the road? Well get in line because you’re not the first nor will you be the last.

Honestly, most of us have had to give up that dream after reality slaps with bills and parents constantly demoralizing us that we need a real job to survive. And frankly, in Singapore, that’s the reality because the esports scene here is still in it’s earliest stages without great opportunities.

Thankfully, a Singapore-based esports talent management agency that goes by EMERGE Esports is hoping to change all that by bringing talented individuals under a single roof.

EMERGE Esports has already signed over 40 esports talents!

Today marks the official launch of EMERGE Esports. Its purpose is to create more opportunities and to provide the tools needed to succeed in the industry as a form of career path, for both current and striving-to-be esports talents under one organization.

EMERGE has already signed over several esports talents including some big names such as DOTA 2 streamer Dominik ‘Black’, renowned Singapore-based Cosplayer “XIAOYUKIKO”, and as well as the former captain of EVOS SG’s Mobile Legends team, Robert “Oh Deer Bambi” Boon under its banner.

Apart from that, EMERGE also maintains one of Singapore’s rising esports competitive team called Kingsmen, that prominently competes in game titles such as Mobile Legends Bang Bang (MLBB), Valorant and PUBG Mobile.

Backed by notable sponsors and partners such as Redbull, SteelSeries and Royale Ergonomics; EMERGE hopes to eventually expand its reach across the region in its ongoing effort of nurturing the growth of esports talents.

If you’re keen on making your passion a reality, you can find more information on the official website of EMERGE Esports by clicking here.

Ibrahim's a hardcore gamer and Star Wars fan. He's obsessed with Obi-Wan Kenobi, even claiming that he's a descendant of the fictional Jedi Master. Other than that delusion, Ibrahim's pretty down to earth, collecting figures and buying games he'll never finish.