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Game Plan 2016 ongoing at Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (Updated with tourney winners, more images)

By Ian Chee - on 25 Oct 2016, 2:00pm

Game Plan 2016 ongoing at Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (Updated with tourney winners, more images)

Updated on October 25, 2016: With the conclusion of the event, the winner of the MSI Dragon Cup Interschool Dota 2 Tournament is team Nub Stack, with teams Cowbee and Wolfstein taking second and third place, respectively. at the same time, we have Street Fighter V player Hori|Sako taking first place in the Flash Vision Cup 2016 with his character of choice, Chun Li. Meanwhile on the Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft front, we have Taeyeon taking the top spot.

Image source: MSI.

Image source: MSI.

Image source: MSI.

Original article below:

This weekend is going to be a great one for fans of pop culture, as Tunku Abdul Rahman University College is hosting 'Game Plan 2016'. Drop by today and tomorrow for two days of intense pro gaming as well as your Japanese pop culture fix.

Here, you'll find more game tourneys than you can handle, including Dota 2, FIFA 17, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, Street Fighter V, even Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby. Pro games aside, there's also some space for casual matches between you and other attendees. 

After Pokémon GO, it's refreshing to see people taking proper Pokémon games as seriously as this.

And it's not just a few of them either.

For the more casual among Pokémon fans, there's Super Smash Bros. and Pokken.

MSI has a booth here with its iconic red dragon...

... along with a VR experience area for visitors

On the pop culture side of things, there's merchandise on sale, and there will be a cosplay competition tomorrow. This will also be your chance to meet special guests to the event, including Japanese Idol Groups, Luce Twinkle Wink and Stella Beats. For the rest of today, though, taking the main stage for the latter half of today is the MSI Dragon Cup Dota 2 tourney.

If you do decide to visit, there's an entry fee of RM20.

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