As the second day of the Major All Stars tournament is drawing to an end, things seem to go a lot smoother, with no reports of any of the technical and networking issues that plagued the event yesterday. Allegedly, all the credit for the crucial upswing should go to the Mineski Events organization, which sent in a team of workers armed with new equipment and much needed expertise and experience with networking, server issues and LAN planning, in general.
As previously noted, reports from the front lines indicate that the conditions and experience have so far been less than desirable. The problems are mainly technical in nature, but emotions are running hot as casters, players and team managers are keeping the fans up to date through Twitter and other social media sites.
A Mineski Events team came in with new equipment, including PCs, monitors and peripherals, as well as fixed the cables, network, server and connectivity issues. “Mineski Events contacted the Major All Stars organizers and offered to help with our facilities and expertise,” the Head of ME Malaysia said. The gesture is in line with their mission statement: “Our mission is to be able to tackle all games possible soon and help improve the gaming community by providing a venue where deserving players can experience the best gaming environment”.
Mineski is a gaming organization founded in 2004, in the Philippines. In the past 10 years, the organization branched out into other areas in SouthEast Asia. Their CyberCafé franchise is called Mineski Infity.