Representatives for Malaysia came to win at the recently concluded Commonwealth Esports Championships 2022, with a total tally of three golds in the two day event. Held at Birmingham on 6 – 7 August 2022, with teams and players competing in Dota 2, Rocket League, and eFootball.
Malaysia topped the medal tally for the Commonwealth Esports Championship 2022 with those three golds for eFootball (Open), Dota 2 Women’s, and Dota 2 (Open). The event saw a strong showing of women as well, with a message from Women in Esports:
We want to congratulate all competitors in the Commonwealth Esports Championships this weekend.
It has been a huge celebration for women in esports representing their country.
Representation is fundamental in esports.
Let’s continue to inspire and develop long standing change.
The event itself was a first, meant to represent “a hugely significant moment in the evolution of esports.”.
“This is historic. Fans of all ages will soon be cheering some of the very best esports athletes in the world to win medals for themselves and their country. We are proud of being one of the most inclusive, welcoming, and fastest-growing communities in the world and this is an exciting chapter for our #worldconnected.”
Paul J. Foster, CEO of the GEF
Congratulations to all competitors for the showing, and here’s to the continued growth of esports.