RSG Opens Recruitment for Its Mobile Esports Teams
One of the biggest esports organizations in Southeast Asia (SEA), RSG (formerly known as Resurgence), has opened its doors to potential pro players for its various esports teams. The recruitment is open for players residing in Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines. RSG is seeking potential pro players for Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, PUBG Mobile, and Call of Duty (COD): Mobile. Interested applicants can register through the official website of RSG and head to its “Careers” section to find the registration form. RSG strictly forbids applicants from sending false information or else they will be blacklisted and will not be allowed to apply to any future recruitment programs if proven guilty of submitting false information.
RSG is looking for new players to complete its various mobile esports teams
Aspiring esports pro players will get a chance to join one of the biggest esports organizations in SEA as RSG is currently undergoing open recruitments for its various mobile esports teams. The announcement was made through the organization’s official social media handles.
“Do you have what it takes to put on the RSG jersey? This is the time for you to prove your skills in our open recruitment!” captioned RSG.
Interested players can head to the career section of the and choose the language they prefer. Applicants are advised to follow the instructions carefully and provide the most accurate information possible. All information provided by applicants will be kept confidential.
Qualified applicants will be contacted by RSG before they can proceed to the next step of the recruitment process. The organization strictly specified that “candidates will be disqualified from any future recruitment programs organized by RSG if they provide false information.”
Who is RSG
RSG is one of the premier esports organizations in SEA that holds various esports teams from various regions for esports titles of the likes of Mobile Legends, PUBG Mobile, COD Mobile, Hearthstone, and many more.
One of its Mobile Legends teams, RSG Singapore (SG) secured the runner-up title in the Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) SG Season 2. RSG also has various Mobile Legends teams from Malaysia, and the Philippines, with each team performing well in local esports events.
The Malaysia division of its Mobile Legends team, RSG MY, recently released six of its pro players. These players decided to no longer renew their contracts with the team and may be transferred to other teams soon. Needless to say, we will be seeing a lot of new faces in RSG MY when the next MPL season starts.
It will be interesting to see RSG reveal new faces for its various mobile esports teams as they go forth to recruit the next generation of aspiring pro players.