SEA Games: Sibol wins 3rd esports gold as ‘EnDerr’ rules StarCraft II

/ 12:47 PM December 10, 2019

Another gold medal for the Philippines in the 30th Southeast Asian Games esports competition. INQUIRER PHOTO/JOSEPH GARIBAY

MANILA, Philippines— Caviar “EnDerr” Acampado lived up to his lofty billing, winning the Philippines’ third gold medal in the Southeast Asian Games’ esports competition Tuesday at Flying-V Arena in San Juan.

The 27-year-old Acampado, who was the first in Sibol to assure the hosts a medal, scored a 4-1 victory over Singapore’s Thomas Kopankiewicz in the StarCraft II event.


Acampado, a WESG SEA Champion, was the heavy favorite to win it all.

The Philippines could further hike its gold medal haul when Tekken 7 bets Andreij Albar and Alexandre Laverez plunge into action in the afternoon.


Sibol won its second gold medal Monday night in Dota II.

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