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Open Kitchen Kagitingan League Mobile Legends Tournament for the Youth launches this October

Calling all Mobile Legends: Bang Bang players! 

Whether you’re in the Western Expanse or the Celestial Palace, you’re in for a treat as Daddy’s Day Out, together with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Kagitingan Lodge No. 12 and Open Kitchen, unleash an eight-week-long, free-for-all Mobile Legends Tournament.

Open Kitchen Kagitingan League Mobile Legends Tournament for the Youth launches this October

With a whopping prize pool of P100,000, the Open Kitchen Kagitingan League Mobile Legends Tournament is open to all amateur players, streamers, and shoutcasters. The winning team will also get a chance to battle the newest and hottest all-female MLBB alliance in town: the Daddy’s Angels Esports team.

Registration is free. To join, simply follow these steps:

    Like and Follow the Open Kitchen Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/OpenKitchenFoodPark/)

    Like and Follow the Daddy’s Day Out Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/daddysdayoutph/)

    Share this post publicly on Facebook with the hashtags #OpenKitchenMobileLegends #KagitinganLeagueEsports

Assemble your team composed of six the best mages, fighters, tanks, marksmen, and supports. Register via this link: http://www.daddy.com.ph/2019/09/08/open-kitchens-kagitingan-league-registration/

The Open Kitchen Kagitingan League Mobile Legends Tournament is produced by Daddy’s Day Out, a blog made by dads for dads, in partnership with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Kagitingan Lodge No. 12 and Open Kitchen to support the rising esports industry and communities here in the Philippines.

“The main goal of our advocacy is to push esports as an alternative to traditional sports in repelling the use of illegal drugs among the youth. As a dad, I would like our children to grow up in an environment where they can feel the community’s support for their passion, such as esports,” shared Ian Irving Bacungan, Noble Grand of the Odd Fellows Kagitingan Lodge No.12.

“By bringing the thrill and excitement of live esports tournaments to the community level, we hope to spark interest and fuel the passion of the younger generation in modern tech trends and digital athletics,” he added.

From October 3 to December 1, 2019, witness daily elimination battles online every Thursday to Sunday via the Daddy’s Day Out Facebook page. Catch the Kagitingan League Mobile Legends Tournament weekly finals every Wednesday, and the semi-finals and grand finals on December 16, 2019 live at the Open Kitchen P. Tuazon in Quezon City.

Enjoy a curated mix of food tenants and Instagrammable surroundings at Open Kitchen—a place where you can bring your whole family and where parents can feel safe and secure for their kids. It’s also home to other events, including acoustic nights every weekend, monthly comedy nights, tournaments for chess and darts, plus a game room and gaming hub that you can rent for hours. It’s the perfect venue to take your family or barkada out to dinner or an after-office night out with your buddies. Open Kitchen is definitely family- and esports-friendly, with free internet via Smart Google Wi-Fi. They will also have a gameroom real soon where you can play your favorite console games.

For more information on the Open Kitchen’s Kagitingan League Mobile Legends Tournament, visit Daddy’s Day Out at http://daddy.com.ph or follow the Daddy’s Day Out Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/daddysdayoutph/.

Open Kitchen Kagitingan League Mobile Legends Tournament for the Youth launches this October

Game schedule and deadlines for each week’s battles are as follows:

Topics: Mobile Legends: Bang Bang , Daddy’s Day Out , Open Kitchen , Mobile Legends Tournament
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