Malaysian eSports Team Receive RM500,000 Scholarship!

Flash Vision esports is getting a major scholarship fund from Impremium International College (IIC). It was formerly known as HELP College of Arts and Technology.

The two organizations recently signed a collaborative research and educational agreement. That collaboration allows members of Flash Vision to apply for home-grown programs. The programs that could use, such as Foundation Studies in Art or Science, Bussiness Information System, and Mechanical Engineering.

A new gaming room called the Impremium eSports Club will be the upcoming project, following the team that will also be developing a facility to explore research and innovation opportunities within esports through this scholarship program.

We are grateful to be able to get a RM500k Education sponsorship from Imperium International College for our players to…

Posted by Flash Vision on Wednesday, August 12, 2020

“In Flash Vision, we have always believed in gaming healthily while pursuing formal education to expand their knowledge and equipping them for the future. We would like to thank Imperium International College for their trust and support towards us for working together in this program,” wrote the Team.

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This club will be getting gaming equipment like PlayStations, gaming PCs, and gaming smartphones from this scholarship program. In case to cultivate the esports culture within the students of Impremium International College.

Impremium International College Scholarship will be sponsoring five players from Flash Vision Esports through this RM500,000 deal. They could complete a three-year degree program with a full scholarship program.

This scholarship provides a hopeful future for every young esports athlete to be able to pursue a proper education as well.

Hopefully, we will see more of these collaborations between esports teams and local universities through scholarship program across the region. Besides fulfilling their dreams of becoming a professional player, further education would be a great combo.

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