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Play more, win more with Mogul's Silver Slam Leaderboards!

Being on top pays off at Mogul Silver Slam.

The Mogul Silver Slam leaderboard will reward players and teams who actively use the platform. Aside from the great prizes available in each Silver Slam tournaments, participants can have a better chance of winning from heaps of Razer Silver up to real cash the more they play.

Play more, win more!

Every online tournament played under Silver Slam corresponds to certain amount of points for players to rack up. Playing in a tournament will reward gamers two points for each participated tournament while every match played will add up one point. Just be careful not to forfeit a match to avoid a big deduction of six points for every forfeited match.

Voting on Esports Elite can even reward players by as many points as their seasonal rank! That is a win-win along with the Razer Swag that can already be won at the Esports Elite: Professional Voting.

The top 1000 point scorers at the culmination of Mogul's Silver Slam on March 3 will be awarded with corresponding points depending on their rank. The top 20 of the leaderboards will receive cash prizes ranging from $200 USD up to $5000 USD!

The expansion of Mogul brings in a lot more titles into the platform that even include mobile and console titles.

Aside from traditional esports titles namely Dota 2, League of Legends and CounterStrike: Global Offensive are playable at the Silver Slam tournament. (Take note, however, that the League of Legends tournament is only available in the Philippines.) Mogul's Silver Slam also offers a whopping amount of 80 daily tournaments called Quick Cups that even cover mobile titles such as AOV, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Hearthstone mobile and Clash Royale.

Titles available in console are also playable namely Fortnite, Overwatch, Tekken 7 and NBA 2k19 among others.

Mogul's Silver Slam will run from February 5 to March 3, 2019.

Click this button to sign up and register for Silver Slam tournaments!


MN | Neil Martinez

MN | Neil Martinez

A former editor and writer for a university publication, Neil has incorporated esports to what he does best. He is Mogul’s CS go-to guy and TNC Pro Team’s graphic artist and social media man.

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