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Over 5,000 Attendees Recorded For ServerDNA-IV, A Gathering For Tech, Geek And Esports Communities


The fourth edition of ServerDNA is bigger and better. A convention for tech-heads, geeks and esports-goers, it hosts a plethora of things to see and do last weekend.

This includes hardware showcases by big brands like Intel, Seagate, Predator, Republic of Gamers (ROG) and Auros, community gatherings by streamers, esports tournaments for traditional esports games and sim racing, and even cosplays.

ServerDNA-IV was also the place where The Kuala Lumpur E-Sports Masters tournament gets a proper reveal. The tournament will feature various games, from console, PC mobile and VR titles with a total prize pool of RM 1 million.

The organisers have revealed that over 5,000 attendees were registered throughout the two-day event. Which is more than double the numbers from last year’s ServerDNA 3.0.

“We are here today because we acknowledge that pockets of communities that we see here, exist,” said ServerDNA founder Rupern Chiu. “And we as leaders of our industry are responsible in building a strong foundation that will set the standards of future events to come.”

The gaming community, whether in general or the more competitive side of things, have slowly getting more of a foothold in various conventions in Malaysia. This upward trend should inspire more crops of events for gaming enthusiasts, whether part of an established con, grassroots-driven community gatherings, or big industry-focused events.