Blacklist International will be participating in the Esports World Cup

Tier One Entertainment Founder and CEO Tryke Gutierrez announced Blacklist International will be participating in the largest esports tournament this year, the Esports World Cup.


In a Facebook post by Tryke Gutierrez with the caption, “Global dreams got us to the global stage!” Blacklist International is one of the 30 eSports clubs out of the hundred across the world that were chosen to be part of EWC.

“This participation is not just a testament to our eSports success but also to the value of the infrastructure we have built in Tier One Entertainment,”
Tryke said in his Facebook announcement.

“Malayo pa kami sa kalibre ng ibang mga organization na kasama dito (EWC), pero sobrang thankful pa rin ako na mapasama lang ang pangalan ng Blacklist [International] sa mga teams na dati ay tintingala ko lang,” he added, expressing how thankful he is for Blacklist International to be part of the Esports World Cup.

Blacklist International is considerably among the most successful esports organizations in Southeast Asia, with multiple championship titles won in both the local and international scene. Hence, without a doubt, they were chosen for EWC.


It is still unknown which game titles Blacklist International will be joining, but there’s a chance that we might witness them in the Mobile Legends tournament stage. Note that there are a total of 19 games in the Esports World Cup, including:
  1. Counter-Strike 2
  2. Dota 2
  3. EA Esports FC 2024
  4. Apex Legends
  5. Fortnite
  6. Garena Free Fire
  7. Honor of Kings
  8. League of Legends
  9. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang
  10. Overwatch 2
  11. PUBG
  12. PUBG Mobile
  13. Rainbow Six
  14. Rennsport
  15. Rocket League
  16. Starcraft 2
  17. Street Fighter 6
  18. Teamfight Tactics
  19. Tekken
With over $60 million total prize pool and 19 game titles to be featured, the Esports World Cup, with an eight-week calendar of events, is expected to be the biggest esports event in history. It will take place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, from July 3 until August 25, 2024.