Today, the Indonesian Esports National Team Starts Struggle at the SEA Games Vietnam


The Indonesian esports team started the struggle at the Vietnam SEA Games, Friday (13/5), starting with the Free Fire team’s round robin match.

The manager of the Indonesian esports team, Tjahyono, said that the Free Fire Indonesia team had carried out a scrim or practice match, Thursday (12/5), and were ready to compete.

“Yesterday, we had scrim for all the players at the venue to try headsets and equipment. We are ready to compete, the skills and abilities of the children are ready,” said Tjahyono in Hanoi.

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Indonesia fielded two teams of five athletes each chaired by Agus Suparman, with Muslih Wahyudi Rachman as coach and Ahmad Fadly Matsuroh as analyst.

The Free Fire match will start at 17.00 local time. The fight for esports athletes will last until May 22 or the day before the closing of the Vietnam SEA Games.

Indonesia sent 38 of the best esports athletes to the Vietnam SEA Games. They will compete in five match numbers, namely Mobile Legends (solo and team), Free Fire, FIFA Online, and Cross Fire.

A number of athletes have arrived in Hanoi, Monday (9/5), namely from the Free Fire and FIFA Online 4 teams.

While the PUBG Mobile team is scheduled to arrive on Friday (13/5), the Mobile Legends team on Sunday (15/5), and the last group of the Crossfire team on Tuesday (17/5). (Ant/OL-1)