Call of Duty: Mobile Kickstarts ‘Road To Legendary’ Tour in Cebu

12:09 PM October 30, 2023

Call of Duty: Mobile (CODM) officially kickstarted its ‘Road To Legendary’ tour in Cebu by hosting two back-to-back events in two different Cebuano cities last weekend, October 28-29.

Fans eagerly line up for the registration to the CODM Road To Legendary tour | Photo by Daryll Galindo

CODM’s Road to Legendary tour had two stops in Cebu: Southpole Central Hotel in Cebu City and the Freethrow Restobar in Mandaue City. 

The Garena CODM team prepping to play with their fans in Search and Rescue| Photo by Daryll Galindo

CODM fans who attended the Road To Legendary tour got to chitchat with the Garena CODM team about the game as well as attend a meet-and-greet with Star Circle Quest 2009 first runner-up and CODM streamer Izzy Canillo.


A bingo card of things to do during the CODM Road To Legendary tour | Photo by Daryll Galindo

The tour also featured mini-tournaments (such as Search and Rescue and King of the Hill with the Garena CODM team and an MP tournament), a special music video preview of their fourth-anniversary song featuring Myrtle Sarrosa, Patricia Reyes, Sharlene San Pedro, and Doc Z Gaming, and raffles and giveaways of CODM merchandise that included keychains, t-shirts, and codes for redeemable in-game skins.


Expanding Call of Duty: Mobile’s Reach in the Philippines

Nicholas Ting of Garena CODM | Photo by Daryll Galindo

In an exclusive interview during the first day of the tour, Garena CODM’s game producer and product manager for Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines Nicholas Ting, simply known as Sir Nic, revealed that the Road To Legendary tour was meant for them to grasp and see the game’s community from its roots.

“I think the intention of [the Road To Legendary tour] is [for the Garena CODM team] to really come down to the ground [and] get to know the players,” Sir Nic mentioned in the exclusive interview.

When asked about why the tour started in Cebu, Sir Nic mentioned that they’ve received community feedback from the past as their previous events in the Philippines only focused on the Manila region.

“We’re just expanding our reach in terms of wanting to get to know different people from different parts of the Philippines and get to really know what [the Filipino CODM community] finds really meaningful and then be able to create in-game content that is meaningful [for the community].”

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