The rest of 2019 will be focused on exhibition games and helping our partners Skyworth and Reality Technologies launch into the US market in time for Christmas. Official launch wont be till January while we work out everything, secure funding and presales.
These few months of 2019 will be focused on audience building, community feedback and lining up games and publishers. In particular we want to launch with an "east-west transfer" where we introduce popular games in the east to the west along with western IP that most in SE Asia may not have been exposed to yet.
"Cult" games like Mordhau, PavlovVR will be initial "introductory" leagues while we will embrace commonality in things like LoL, PuBG, DOTA2, Blizzard games and others that are popular across all regions. Most leagues are focused on the same titles and differentiation is a factor in coming up with our unique custom gametypes. Personally I would love to do something with Division 2's Dark Zone as well and bring some Rainbow 6 into things. Another oft-ignored game is For Honor. With any new business there's always an opportunity to do things differently and this is something we will always embrace. Of course with many of us having a common FGC lineage, there will be fighting games!
For now plans are to run a 50/50 split of "introductory" / exhibition games where the object is to introduce some new games to different markets along with the most popular "common games". Being not focused on the competitive things, our members should be thinking of us as less of "must have" esports games that guarantee big draws and big winnings and more like one really big constant global LAN party where we just roll with what everyone wants to play esports be damned :)