Globe Gets its First All-Female eSports Team “Haliya”

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Continuing the lead to PH esports race, Globe in partnership with Mineski introduces the first all-female team in eSports scene dubbed Haliya.

Haliya was named after the Bicolano’s folklore masked goddess who battles against Bakunawa in pre-colonial Ibalon, presently known, Bikol region. The team is composed of a veterans and next gen eSports athletes. The team will initially compete in League of Legends (LoL) and Arena of Valor (AoV) in upcoming local and international tournaments.

Bannering the Liyab Haliya League of Legends (LoL) squad is team captain Denese “Den” Santos with Jonerry “Jonze” Macapagal,  Aiko “Aiko” Onitsuka, Giana “ Serment” Llanes, Jeshua “Fofi” Ferrer and veteran Roxanne “Rox” Ty.  Mirachel “Nukella” Yuki will be the team manager. Liyab Haliya Arena of Valor (AoV), on the other hand, is led by team captain Em “Kaisaya” Dangla with Christine “Yunique” Pagador, Jhoana “Miyeira” Osuyos, Nicole “Kitty” Munsayac and Marge “Marge” Norbe.

Team Liyab Haliya drops by the Globe Lifespeed Home Booth at Bonifacio High Street to try out low latency gaming powered by 5G. Players include (L-R) Nicole “Kitty” Munsayac, Em “Kaisaya” Dangla, Jhoanna “Miyeira” Osuyos, Marge Noble, Christine “Yunique” Pagador, Mirachel “NUKELLA” Yuki, Denese “DEN” Santos, Jonerry “JONEZ” Macapagal, Roxanne “ROX” Ty, Aiko Onitsuka, Giana “SERMENT” Llanes, Jeshua “FOFI” Ferrer.

Their first debut tournament will happen in Singapore, during the Female Esports League (FSL) Elite League of Legends Tournament on September 5 to 8, 2019 at Suntec Convention Center. In preparation for this, the team dropped by the Globe Lifespeed Home booth at Bonifacio High Street to experience low-latency gaming experience powered by Globe At Home Air Fiber 5G.

Globe At Home Air Fiber 5G is the first commercially available 5G technology for home Internet in Southeast Asia that promises fiber-fast speeds and super data-packed plans perfect for low-lag gaming and making your home digitally connected with intelligent tools and devices. Plans being offered are at P1,899 per month for up to 20Mbps, P2,499 for up to 50Mbps, and P2,899 for up to 100Mbps, all with data allocation of 2-terabytes (TB). 

“Globe continues its commitment to growing a more inclusive Phillipine esports industry with Haliya. Through the introduction of 5G technology and our first all-female professional esports team, we aim for the online gaming experience to reach new heights and set the local industry’s place as a major player in the global arena,” says Nikko Acosta, SVP for Content Business Group and Product Management at Globe. 

Globe At Home Air Fiber 5G is currently commercially available in Brgy. Buting, Pasig; Greenpark in Cainta, Rizal; Woodland Hills in Carmona, Cavite; and Carissa Homes 2A and 2B, Palmera Homes in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan. 

To avail or inquire on plans, customers may apply through authorized Globe Sales Representatives in the area. 

Continuing the lead to PH esports race, Globe in partnership with Mineski introduces the first all-female team in eSports scene dubbed Haliya. Haliya was named after the Bicolano's folklore masked goddess who battles against Bakunawa in pre-colonial Ibalon, presently known, Bikol region. The team is composed of a veterans and next gen eSports athletes. The team will initially compete in League of Legends (LoL) and Arena of Valor (AoV) in upcoming local and international tournaments. Bannering the Liyab Haliya League of Legends (LoL) squad is team captain Denese “Den” Santos with Jonerry “Jonze” Macapagal,  Aiko “Aiko” Onitsuka, Giana “ Serment” Llanes, Jeshua “Fofi” Ferrer and veteran Roxanne “Rox” Ty.  Mirachel “Nukella” Yuki will be the team manager. Liyab Haliya Arena of Valor (AoV), on the other hand, is led by team captain Em “Kaisaya” Dangla with Christine “Yunique” Pagador, Jhoana “Miyeira” Osuyos, Nicole “Kitty” Munsayac and Marge “Marge” Norbe. Team Liyab Haliya drops by the Globe Lifespeed Home Booth at Bonifacio High Street to try out low latency gaming powered by 5G. Players include (L-R) Nicole "Kitty" Munsayac, Em "Kaisaya" Dangla, Jhoanna "Miyeira" Osuyos, Marge Noble, Christine "Yunique" Pagador, Mirachel "NUKELLA" Yuki, Denese "DEN" Santos, Jonerry "JONEZ" Macapagal, Roxanne "ROX" Ty, Aiko Onitsuka, Giana "SERMENT" Llanes, Jeshua "FOFI" Ferrer. Their first debut tournament will happen in Singapore, during the Female Esports League (FSL) Elite League of Legends Tournament on September 5 to 8, 2019 at Suntec Convention Center. In preparation for this, the team dropped by the Globe Lifespeed Home booth at Bonifacio High Street to experience low-latency gaming experience powered by Globe At Home Air Fiber 5G. Globe At Home Air Fiber 5G is the first commercially available 5G technology for home Internet in Southeast Asia that promises fiber-fast speeds and super data-packed plans perfect for low-lag gaming and making your home digitally connected with intelligent tools and devices. Plans being offered are at P1,899 per month for up to 20Mbps, P2,499 for up to 50Mbps, and P2,899 for up to 100Mbps, all with data allocation of 2-terabytes (TB).  "Globe continues its commitment to growing a more inclusive Phillipine esports industry with Haliya. Through the introduction of 5G technology and our first all-female professional esports team, we aim for the online gaming experience to reach new heights and set the local industry’s place as a major player in the global arena,” says Nikko Acosta, SVP for Content Business Group and Product Management at Globe.  Globe At Home Air Fiber 5G is currently commercially available in Brgy. Buting, Pasig; Greenpark in Cainta, Rizal; Woodland Hills in Carmona, Cavite; and Carissa Homes 2A and 2B, Palmera Homes in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan.  To avail or inquire on plans, customers may apply through authorized Globe Sales Representatives in the area. 
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