Getting to Know SEA Games StarCraft II Representative Enderr

08:48 PM December 03, 2019

As the esports medal events of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games approaches, we took a moment to interview the Philippine representatives for the different esports titles in the competition. Today, we talked to the Sibol StarCraft II representative Caviar ‘Enderr’ Acampado of Liyab.

1. How did you get into gaming and the game you’re repping?

I was 12 years old when I started learning and playing Starcraft II. Eventually, I started joining small, local tournaments. That’s how I got into gaming. I’m glad to say that I still love Starcraft II and I’m excited to use the experience I’ve accumulated over the years in my SEA Games 2019 journey.


2. How does it feel to represent the Philippines in the SEA Games?

Of course I’m happy. It is always great to represent my country. And this might not be the first time I’m representing the Philippines in a regional or international competition, but I’m just as excited because I know that esports will benefit a lot from being included in the Southeast Asian Games.

3. How do you think you’ll do?

I have been training non-stop since I got included in the national team. I will do my best and hopefully I can contribute a medal for our country, especially since we are the host.


4. Any shoutouts you’d like to extend?

To everyone, thank you for supporting me and the national team. We will do our best for you and our country. Cheers!

Support Enderr and the rest of the country’s esports representatives in the 2019 SEA Games this coming December 5-10 at the FilOil Flying VCentre in San Juan. You can catch it live at 5Plus, GG Network – TV5 and Cignal.

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