#LakadMatatag: PH’s e-sports team announces official roster for the 2019 SEA Games

Aileen Cerrudo   •   September 16, 2019   •   1316

Sibol, the Philippine’s official e-sports team, has announced their roster for the 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) games on November 30 to December 11.

Set to compete in the first SEA Games eSports tournament are 27 athletes for the following games: Arena of Valor, Dota 2, Hearthstone, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Starcraft II, and Tekken 7.

Arena of Valor

  • Kevin Kio ‘Gambit’ Dizon
  • Jeremiah ‘1717’ Camarillo
  • Jevan Lorenzo ‘Bents’ Delos Santos
  • Lawrence Anthony ‘Rubixx’ Gatmaitan
  • Miguel Klarenz ‘Miggie’ Banaag
  • Bradie Ryan ‘Yats’ Velasquez
  • Kyle Jepherson ‘Vindiicated’ Padlan

Dota 2

  • Mc Nicholson ‘Mc’ Villanueva
  • John Anthony ‘Natsumi’ Vargas
  • Jun ‘Bok’ Kanehara
  • Marvin Salvador ‘Boomy’ Rushton
  • Bryle Jacob ‘CML’ Alvizo
  • Van Jerico ‘Van’ Manalaysay
  • James Erice ‘Erice’ Guerra

Hearthstone

  • Dustin ‘WaningMoon’ Mangulabnan
  • Jacinta ‘Jia’ Dee

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang

  • Kenneth Jiane ‘Kenji’ Villa
  • Karl Gabriel ‘KarlTzy’ Nepomuceno
  • Carlito ‘Ribo’ Ribo
  • Jeniel ‘Haze’ Bata-anon
  • Angelo Kyle ‘Pheww’ Arcangel
  • Allan Sancio ‘Lusty’ Castromayor
  • Jason Rafael ‘Jay’ Torculas

StarCraft II

  • Justin ‘NuksPH’ Santos
  • Caviar ‘Enderr’ Acampado

Tekken 7

  • Andreij Hosea ‘Doujin’ Albar
  • Alexandre Gabrielle ‘AK’ Laverez

The SEA Games esports tournament will be held at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan from December 5 to 10.—AAC

PNP: Mission ends only until last foreign delegate leaves Phl

Aileen Cerrudo   •   December 12, 2019

The Philippine National Police (PNP) said security for the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games will remain until the last foreign delegate has left the country.

In a statement on Wednesday (December 11), PNP Officer-in-Charge Pol. Lt. Gen. Archie Gamboa said he has ordered the PNP security contingent to continue police visibility and provide assistance to SEA Games delegates.

“This mission ends only until after the last foreign delegate has left the country,” Gamboa said.—AAC

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Gatchalian calls for more support on sports development after PH dominates 30th SEA Games

Robie de Guzman   •   December 11, 2019

MANILA, Philippines – Senator Sherwin Gatchalian on Wednesday called for more support for Filipino athletes amid the country’s dominance in the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.

Gatchalian made the call after the Philippine team clinched the overall championship for this year’s edition of the games.

The country concluded its campaign with the final medal haul of 386 – 149 golds, 117 silvers and 120 bronzes – which broke its previous record.

In 2005, the country was also the overall champion when it bagged 113 gold medals.

This year’s biennial meet is considered to be the biggest SEA games held with 56 sports and 530 events in 44 venues across the country.

More than a thousand Filipino athletes participated in the event.

The lawmaker stressed that it is important for all sectors, including the government, academe, and the private sector to strengthen the infrastructural, financial, and policy support to athletes considering their role in fostering national unity and boosting national pride.

“Nakita natin sa SEA Games kung paanong nagkaisa ang ating mga kababayan sa pagsuporta sa ating mga atleta. Ngunit hindi dapat dito sa SEA Games nagtatapos ang pagkakaisa natin para sa ating mga manlalaro,” Gatchalian said in a statement.

“Sa puntong ito, mahalagang magkaisa rin tayo sa paghubog ng mga susunod pang henerasyon ng mga atletang magbibigay ng karangalan sa ating bansa,” he added.

The senator also reiterated the need to establish the Philippine High School for Sports (PHSS) as a crucial step for the grassroots development of sports.

The proposed school will be built at New Clark City in Capas, Tarlac to develop future generations of Filipino athletes through physical education and sports development subjects.

The Senate Committee on Basic Education, Arts and Culture Chairman said that the rollout for the PHSS is being eyed by next year.

“Marami tayong mga mahuhusay na mga manlalaro at may nakahanda na tayong mga magagandang pasilidad na magbibigay sa kanila ng world-class training,” Gatchalian said.

“Pagkatapos ng SEA Games, maaari nang gamitin ang mga pasilidad na ito para sa pagsasanay ng ating mga atleta,” he added.

Gatchalian, who chairs the Senate committee on basic education, arts and culture, said the rollout for the PHSS is being eyed by next year.

The lawmaker also emphasized that corporate sponsors and international donors should work together to assist government efforts to institutionalize academic support for sports.

Likewise, local governments should boost their sports programs and facilities while being on the lookout for potential talents.

“Sa pagpapalakas natin ng sports development, mahalagang magkaroon tayo ng holistic approach upang maibigay natin ang pangangailangan ng ating mga atleta sa bawat hakbang. Hindi lang natin susuportahan ang mga atleta natin pag sumabak na sila sa laban, sisimulan natin ang pagsuporta sa pinakamaagang pagkakataon,” he said.

PH keeps lead in SEA Games last day medal tally

Aileen Cerrudo   •   December 11, 2019

Team Philippines has securely kept the top spot in the medal tally as the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games ended on Wednesday (December 11).

As of December 10 at 10:00 p.m., the Philippines has collected 149 gold, 117 silver, and 119 bronze, securing a total of 385 medals. The country is set to win the overall championship during the closing ceremony on Wednesday afternoon.

The final day of competition of the #2019SEAGames saw the Philippines officially claiming the title as overall champion of the biennial regional sports event,” according to the 2019 SEA Games’ official Facebook.

Vietnam was able to snare the second spot with 96 golds while Thailand settled for the third spot with 92 golds.

The SEA Games closing ceremony will be held at the New Clark City Athletics Stadium starting at 4:00 p.m.—AAC

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