Gears up for the final #NextLevelKa COC tournaments in La Union and Cebu and the Ultimate Clash championships in September
Globe Telecom and Clash of Clans (CoC) Philippines, the biggest Clash of Clans community in the country, recently held the country’s first and biggest Clash of Clans Tournament and gathered hundreds of participants during its opening round held in Abreeza Mall in Davao and TriNoma Mall in Quezon City.
Globe launched the #NextLevelKa Clash of Clans Tournament as part of its foray into mobile gaming to enable the Filipino digital lifestyle by giving customers access to top mobile games such as Clash of Clans for free with a GoSURF subscription.
The first run of the #NextLevelKa Clash of Clans Tournament saw a total of 24 winners, 18 coming from the Individual sub-categories – Rookie, Master and Champion, and 6 champions for the clan match-up. Over the course of the 2-day tournaments, all participating Clashers put out their best strategies accumulating an overwhelming 50,000 game trophies.
For the Davao leg
Individual category winners are as follows:
Rookie Category 2nd runner up: Francis Rodriguez (COC Name: DM5 Mariel);
1st runner up: Ronald Palangan (COC Name: DC Optimus);
Champion: Lloyd Ampoloquio (COC Name: Nikki Manilaay).
Master Category 2nd Runner up: Ferdinand Nazario (COC Name: Andy);
1st Runner up: Jay Mark Nuena (COC Name: Mark_14);
Champion: Rex Villafuerte (COC Name: Jenex).
Champion Category 2nd runner up: Marvin Aaron Pinuela (COC Name: Pot-pot);
1st runner up: Gherish Tinio Pasinio (COC Name: The weeds)
Champion: Nikko Manalo (COC Name: Shadow)
For the Manila leg, individual category winners are as follows:
Rookie Category 2nd runner up: Alvic Ycascas (COC Name: Shintaro);
1st runner up: Rowell Cuan (COC Name: Lansky 13);
Champion: Jeronimo Santillan (COC Name: ACC.Darenooo).
Master Category 2nd runner up: Stephen Sanceda (COC Name: hsggdvdv);
1st runner up: Jopet Mejos (COC Name: manjyomethunder);
Champion: Paul Paguio (COC Name: Anto).
Champion Category 2nd runner up: Jonald Talosig (COC Name: deltaJD);
1st runner up: Immanuel Losanes (COC Name: Manny Knoxville)
Champion: Earl Benedict Zuniga (COC Name: erby)
For the Clan category, the winners in Manila are
2nd runner up: Clan Gaboon led by team leader Ryan Nel Panganiban;
1st Runner up: Clan Filipino Champs led by team leader Jeric Paniza
Champion: Clan Pinoy Playhouse led by team leader Edenlyn Garcia.
For Davao, the Clan category winners are:
2nd Runner Clan Mga Imba! led by team leader Iqard Murod;
1st runner up: Clan #NextLevelKa led by team leader Dave Richard Olaer
Champion: Clan Filipino Champ DC led by team leader Rhonson Ng.
“We are overwhelmed with the amount of support and participation that the gamers have given in the first round of our #NextLevelKa Clash of Clans Tournament. We would like to call on the rest of the Clashers to join the remaining tournaments scheduled on August 1 and 2 at the CSI Mall in La Union and on August 28 and 29 at the Ayala Center in Cebu and be part of the country’s first and biggest gathering of CoC players with exciting prizes up for grabs for the winners,” shares Raymond Policarpio, Head of Globe Prepaid Portfolio and Brand Management.
Finally, all the winners from the different tournament legs will meet in Manila for the Ultimate Clash Grand Championships that will be held on September 13, 2015 at the Glorietta Activity Center in Makati. Individual winners are set to take home over 50,000 worth of cash and gems while Clan champions will receive over 500,000 worth of cash and gems.
To qualify, interested players must be a Globe customer registered to GoSURF50, the telco’s consumable mobile data plan which gives users 300MB of data for only P50 valid for 3 days. Players should have a mobile device with internet connectivity and the Clash of Clans mobile game app and must be at least at Town Hall 3 and above to compete for the individual category or Town Hall 7 and above for the clan category. Troop level per Town Hall will not be considered. To register, players can just visit the Globe Prepaid booth located at the tournament venues.
As the purveyor of the Filipino digital lifestyle, Globe is conquering the mobile games arena with its GoSURF consumable data plan, which gives customers free access to top mobile games such as Clash of Clans, Candy Crush, Boom Beach, among others. With GoSURF50, customers get 300MB of data for mobile browsing, free access to Facebook, and an additional 400MB of data to access top mobile games and Spotify.
To know more about the #NextLevelKa Clash of Clash tournament presented by Globe Telecom and CoC Philippines and learn about GoSURF50, visit http://www.globe.com.ph/gosurf50, call 730-1010 or visit a Globe Store nearest you.