PewDiePie who? 5 Malaysian gaming personalities you should be following instead
It seems Malaysia actually has its own official governing body for esports in the country, and it's even registered under the Malaysian Sports Commission.
With our own esports body, it helps to legitimise professional gaming in the country and encourages its development. Esports Malaysia has been very active, promoting both local competitions and professional gamers alike.
If you've ever wondered how you can start your own gaming channel, Fundeavour is all about helping you get started. The site is created by gamers, for gamers.
Fundeavour is unique in that it incorporates gamification: setting up tutorials in the form of quests, creating missions for users to complete to accumulate points that can be exchanged for prizes.
Malaysian gaming YouTuber Laowu is an unlikely star. One, he streams exclusively in Mandarin though occasionally his YouTube video descriptions might be in English.
Two, Laowu's channel might consist entirely of just him sharing his commentary on various games. It seems to have amassed him quite a few followers: over 600,000 in fact and his combined YouTube views have surpassed 173 million.
Have a peek over at his gaming channel if you have ever wondered what PewDiePie might sound like if he were Malaysian Chinese.