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The Garena Is A Publisher of Garena FreeFire.Garena is a leading advocate and organizer of Esports events in Greater Southeast Asia, which strengthens our game ecosystem and increases user engagement.Garena is the exclusive operator of top-tier games in Greater Southeast Asia. Through our Garena platform, users can access popular and engaging mobile and PC online games.sers can connect via Garena Platform to connect with their fellow gamers, get the latest news and updates around the gaming community.In November 2011, Garena announced its publishing rights for the team-based shooter game, Firefall, in Southeast Asia and Taiwan.

In December 2011, Garena announced their collaboration with online games developer, Changyou, to publish and operate the popular 3D martial arts game, Duke of Mount Deer, in Taiwan. The game was the first MMORPG game available through Garena+. The game combines a classic Chinese story with the latest 3D rendering technology and cinematic quality graphics. Duke of Mount Deer was created by several top online-gaming experts from China and South Korea and has gained much popularity in China. The same month, the "Dominion" game mode for Garena's League of Legends players in Singapore and Malaysia.

In 2012, it launched its first product, Garena+, an online game and social platform for people to discover, download and play online games.

In 2014, the World Startup Report valued Garena as a US$1 billion internet company and ranked it as the largest internet company in Singapore.In May 2012, Garena launched the Garena Premier League (GPL), a six-month-long online professional gaming league with more than 100 matches to be played. The first season of GPL is a League of Legends competition which comprises six professional teams. The teams are Bangkok Titans (Thailand), Kuala Lumpur Hunters (Malaysia), Manila Eagles (Philippines), Saigon Jokers (Vietnam), Taipei Assassins (Taiwan) and Singapore Sentinels (Singapore), which represent top players from respective countries. GPL matches are captured and broadcast online along with commentaries, which are available for viewers to watch on the GPL official website.

In January 2013, Garena announced the second season of the Garena Premier League, which would start on 4 January 2013. Garena Premier League 2013 includes two new teams from Taiwan and Vietnam, bringing the total number of teams to eight. The teams are: AHQ, Saigon Fantastic Five, Bangkok Titans, Kuala Lumpur Hunters, Manila Eagles, Saigon Jokers, Taipei Assassins and Singapore Sentinels.

In November 2014, the Garena e-Sports Stadium, a dedicated venue for esports, opened in Neihu District, Taipei. The studio was built partially to accommodate the beginning of the League of Legends Masters Series, the top-level Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau LoL league that was spin-off of the GPL.

In January 2015, Garena launched Iron Solari League, a women's League of Legends tournament in the Philippines. It is a monthly event organized in the second half of each month. It aims to encourage participation by under-represented groups and is open to all those who self-identify as female.

Besides competitive tournaments, Garena also organizes events to cater to users to meet and connect offline. This includes the annual Garena Carnival held in Singapore and Malaysia.



On 3 February 2015, Garena eSports announced limitations on the number of gay and transgender people participating in a women-only League of Legends tournament, due to concerns that LGBT participants might have an "unfair advantage". This led to gamers questioning the decision, while League of Legends developer Riot Games responded that "LGBT players are welcome at official LoL tourneys". On 4 February 2015, Garena apologized and subsequently removed the restrictions.

Published games[edit]


Garena provides a platform for game titles such as Defense of the Ancients and Age of Empires, and also publishes games, like multiplayer online battle arena games League of Legends, Heroes of Newerth, Free Fire, Call of Duty and Black Shot for players in the region.

Garena-published games:

Developer Year of launch Countries Remarks
BlackShot MMOFPS Vertigo Games 2009 Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines Changed as self-published (Vertigo Games via PapayaPlay)
Mstar Casual/Dance Nurien/Netmarble 2009 Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore Closed 26 August 2019
League of Legends MOBA Riot Games 2010 Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, Philippines, Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau, Thailand, Vietnam Changed as self-published (Riot Games Southeast Asia) ex. Taiwan/Hong Kong (via Taiwan Mobile) & Vietnam (via VNG Games); since January 2023
Heroes of Newerth MOBA Frostburn Studios 2010 Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, CIS Closed on 20 June 2022
Duke of Mount Deer MMORPG Changyou.com 2011 Taiwan Closed 24 March 2014
Point Blank MMOFPS Zepetto 2012 Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia Closed 28 June 2017; later relaunch in Thailand and Indonesia (self-published)
Path of Exile ARPG Grinding Gear Games 2013 Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, CIS, Thailand Closed 2016 (CIS), ?[citation needed] (Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia)
Elsword MMORPG KOG Studios 2013 Philippines Closed 2 December 2015
Firefall Team Shooter/FPS Red 5 2014 Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and the Philippines Closed
Lost Saga Casual/Fighting IO Entertainment 2015 Thailand, Taiwan Closed 3 December 2017
Thunder Strike Vertical Scroller sunmosh 2015 Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam Closed 6 October 2017
Alliance of Valiant Arms Team Shooter/FPS Red Duck Inc./NEOWIZ 2015 Singapore, Malaysia Closed 3 July 2018
Vindictus MMORPG devCAT/Nexon 2015 Thailand Closed 31 August 2018
Free Fire (Mobile Game) Battle Royale Garena 2017 Global
Blade & Soul MMORPG Team Bloodlust/NCSoft 2017 Thailand, Vietnam
FIFA Online 3 Sports/Soccer Electronic Arts 2018 Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam Closed and replaced by FIFA Online 4
Ring of Elysium Battle Royale Tencent Aurora Studio 2018 Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Thailand, Indonesia Closed 21 January 2022
TalesRunner Sports Rhaon/Smilegate 2018 Indonesia Closed
Onmyoji (Mobile Game) Visual Novel/Action NetEase Games 2018 Thailand Closed 3 April 2019
DD Tank (Mobile Game) Artillery MMOG.asia/Changyou.com 2018 Thailand [citation needed]
Rising Force Online MMORPGs CCR International Thailand [citation needed]
FIFA Online 4 Sports/Soccer Electronic Arts 2018 Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam
Call of Duty: Mobile (Mobile Game) Battle Royale/Multiplayer Activision/Tencent TiMi Studio 2019 Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan, Philippines
Arena of Valor (Mobile Game) MOBA Tencent TiMi Studio 2019 Indonesia, Vietnam
Speed Drifters (Mobile Game) Racing Tencent TiMi Studio 2019 Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau
Contra: Return (Mobile Game) Run and Gun Shooter Tencent TiMi Studio/Konami 2019 Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia
Fairy Tail: Forces Unite (Mobile Game) RPG Tencent Morefun Studios 2020 Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines
Free Fire MAX (Mobile Game) Battle Royale Garena 2021 Global
Moonlight Blade M (Mobile Game) MMORPG Tencent Games 2021 Taiwan
Blockman GO (Mobile Game) Sandbox Zhuhai Sandbox Network Co. Ltd. 2017 (relaunched in 2022) Global
Black Clover M (Mobile Game) RPG Ilinix, inc 2022 TBD
Cái Thế Tranh Hùng (Mobile Game Strategy, Role Playing Topjoy 2023 Vietnam
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