Bajet 2023: RM13 Million Allocation For Esports Development

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Bajet2023: RM13 Million Allocation For Esports Development

During the tabling of Bajet 2023 , Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul Abdul Aziz announced that the government will be allocating RM13

Tengku Zafrul mentions specifically the winners of the men’s doubles event at the 2022 BWF World Championships, Aaron Chia and Soh Wooi Yik. But the Malaysian esports athletes have major achievements of their own this year. During inaugural thejust two months ago, Malaysia’s esports athletes managed to score three gold medals.

Source: Global Esports Federation / Twitter.In case you missed it, one of the three medals was claimed by Nor Haikal Noh, who represented the Malaysian Super League champions Johor Darul Ta’zim in the eFootball open event. He claimed the top spot by defeating his opponent 2-0.

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million for what is described as “esports development”.PUTRAJAYA: Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob dilihat tiba di bangunan Kementerian Kewangan (MOF) di sini, dipercayai bagi meninjau persiapan akhir Bajet 2023 yang akan dibentangkan di Dewan Rakyat, esok.Malay Mail .× Salin URL Perdana Menteri Ismail Sabri Yaakob turut bertemu dan beramah mesra dengan pegawai serta petugas Kementerian Kewangan yang terbabit dalam penyediaan Bajet 2023.

This is part of the total of RM332 million allocated for training programs and sports facilities. Justifying the budget allocation for sports-related expenditures, the minister mentioned the great performance of Malaysian athletes around the world.13 tengah hari tadi disambut Menteri Kewangan, Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz dan pegawai kanan kementerian. Tengku Zafrul mentions specifically the winners of the men’s doubles event at the 2022 BWF World Championships, Aaron Chia and Soh Wooi Yik. Bagaimanapun, Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob memaklumkan Ogos lalu bahawa keputusan untuk mempercepat pembentangan Bajet 2023 bukanlah asing, dan pernah dilakukan sebelum ini. But the Malaysian esports athletes have major achievements of their own this year. Desas-desus pelbagai pihak kemungkinan pembentangan Bajet 2023 tidak diadakan ekoran pembubaran Parlimen semakin hangat diperkatakan. During inaugural the just two months ago, Malaysia’s esports athletes managed to score three gold medals. Daftar sekarang dan nikmati satu (1) minggu akses percuma!.

Source: Global Esports Federation / Twitter. Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar sebelum ini mengesahkan kerajaan akan tetap membentangkan Rang Undang-Undang (RUU) Perbekalan (Belanjawan) 2023 seperti dijadualkan. Julai lalu Tengku Zafruk memberi gambaran yang Bajet 2023 akan tertumpu kepada pengurusan subsidi yang lebih cekap dan pengukuhan daya tahan ekonomi negara berdepan cabaran pendatang. In case you missed it, one of the three medals was claimed by Nor Haikal Noh, who represented the Malaysian Super League champions Johor Darul Ta’zim in the eFootball open event. He claimed the top spot by defeating his opponent 2-0. – UTUSAN. ADVERTISEMENT The other two medals were claimed by Malaysian Dota 2 teams. Bulan lalu, MITI memaklumkan pihaknya telah mencadangkan lebih banyak insentif EV untuk disertakan dalam bajet tahun ini. One is for the women’s event, with victory being claimed by Grills Gaming, the team which finished the event with a perfect record, suffering no losses from the group stage all the way to the grand finals.

As for the open category for the Dota 2 event, it was Team Malaysia who claimed the gold medal, defeating the English team with a final score of 2:1. [Image: Ministry of Finance. Tags: Berkecimpung di dalam media automotif tempatan sejak 10 tahun lalu, Hafiz mengimpikan sebuah Malaysia dengan jaringan sistem pengangkutan awam yang lebih cekap dan menyeluruh.] With all that being said though, the RM13 million budget allocation for esports was only mentioned in passing. Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul did not provide a detailed breakdown of the way that money will be spent. It may be for building, maintenance or upgrading of facilities, or perhaps it will be for the ecosystem as a whole.

That being said, those already have their own allocations of RM145 million and RM154 million, respectively. (Source: .