Cyberlegends Taking E-Sports by Storm

Cyberzone the leader in tech and innovation in the country is also now taking the E-sports by storm with its latest tournament, CYBERLEGENDS. 

“With the fast growth of the gaming community, we aim to take it a notch higher as we offer Filipino e-gamers and fans an extraordinary experience through live tournaments and exclusive access to the latest in tech in select SM malls,” said SM Supermalls Senior Vice President for Marketing Jonjon San Agustin.

Cyberzone’s Cyberlegends is the first of the three big gaming tournaments for this year and it’s powered by Smart/PLDT & Samsung.  Mobile Legends enthusiasts, amateurs and pro gamers can win P300,000.00 of total cash prizes at stake and freebies from Cyberzone brand partners. 

Cyberlegends will happen at SM City Cagayan de Oro Uptown on May 25, on the 29th of June at SM Seaside City Cebu, at SM Pampanga on July 14 and finally at SM North Edsa of the 24th of August.

No matter what your tech interest is, whether it be gaming, virtual reality, tech upgrades, cosplay, photography, music, or other hobbies – there will be something for you at Cyberzone. For more information, visit www.smsupermalls.com.

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Coming To CDO : The First ICT and Freelancer Fair

Cagayan de Oro City is among the key cities in the Philippines that is undeniably booming. Business openings paves way to every Kagay-anons and even for those from the neighboring towns to job opportunities.

While local businesses provides the opportunities for an individual to land a job, it is as well inarguable that a lot of job seekers are going digital. Online jobs are just everywhere! Jobs online ranges from the simplest task to the most complicated. This of course requires specific skill set and online knowledge. A lot of Kagay-anons are seriously considering working online but the the question is HOW? WHERE DO I START?

Wonder no more! Mindanao Workshops got you covered! Hello to the The First CDO ICT and Freelancer Fair – “Enhancing Online Success”! Finally happening in Cagayan de Oro on May 4, 2019 (Saturday) at the Rosario Pavilion, Rosario Arcade, Limketkai Center, CDO, 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

This one-day interactive event will promote the ICT community and the growth of Freelancers in Northern Mindanao. Those who want to start an online career, entrepreneurs, and create their own startup companies will learn from the best experts from their field. It will also be a venue where everyone can showcase their companies, share best practices, and increase awareness of the public regarding the opportunities in this sector.

Who Can Join?
Basically anybody who wants to jumpstart their online career. Entrepreneurs, and those who want to start their own companies. This will also be a venue where businesses can showcase their companies, share best practices, and increase awareness of the public regarding the opportunities. A perfect avenue to increase one’s knowledge on online opportunities.

Who Are The Speakers
For this event, industry leaders and movers are invited to provide insights on the future of the ICT industry as well as the opportunities available right now. These leaders will also share their success stories to inspire the expected 300 attendees from various cities in Northern Mindanao.

  • Nix Eniego – Founder of Social Media Academy
  • John Pagulayan – Founder of The Freelance Movement
  • Chris Acebu – Founder of Ace Freelancing | Digital Marketing Strategist | Business Coach
  • CJ Cajoles – eCommerce Entrepreneur & Founder of Online Filipino Freelancers
  • Stephanie Caragos – Founder and CEO of Syntactics, Inc.

To Register and for more information about the First ICT and Freelancer Fair, click HERE!

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NTC and KBP Pushes on Cracking Down Illegal Radio Stations in PH

The Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP) and the National Telecommunications Communication (NTC) are helping each other in fighting the expected surge of illegal broadcast stations across the country in view of the coming midterm elections.

“This is year 2018 and there’s usually a proliferation of illegal broadcast stations leading to election day in May next year,” said Erwin V. Galang, head of the technical committee and trustee of the KBP.

Majority of the administrative cases the NTC handles under its mandate are cease and desist and show cause orders against illegal broadcast stations, and according to Deputy Commissioner Edgardo Cabarios, the NTC’s previous cooperation and coordination with the KBP has led to the crackdown of fly-by-night broadcast stations, mostly in the provinces, who had victimized unsuspecting candidates to buy airtime for their political advertisements. These illegal broadcasters usually disappear after they received payment for the political ads.

Historically, we can see a steep increase in the number of cases in broadcast services in relation to unlicensed broadcasts leading to the election campaign period. What we do is we immediately issue cease-and-desist and show-cause orders against these illegal operators, forcing them to shut down their stations, while others simply disappear,” Cabarios said.

In the 2017 report by the Commission on Audit (COA, majority of the cases were administrative complaints initiated by NTC for violations of erring radio stations with almost 2,054 cases in the broadcast services division.

According to Auditor Ma. Jocelyn Factora, COA’s 2017 resident auditor in the NTC, majority of the pending administrative cases represented cases filed by NTC against illegal broadcast stations, and not cases from telco consumers. “The pending telco-related cases from consumers are very minimal.”

As of 31 December 2017, there are only 148 telco consumer cases pending before the NTC’s Legal Office which are now subject of review and resolution.

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