9 Gamer Girls in Malaysia You Need To Know



Beautiful, Talented and Malaysian. Here Are 9 Girl Gamers That Are In Our Community.

  1. Christina “XTMM” Xiao Ting

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Xiao Ting has been a prominent influencer in the local gaming scene since the early days of Dota 2. After garnering a large fan base she has turned her popularity into commercial success, becoming the ambassador for several brands such as MSI and Red Bull as well as a VJ for Mface.


  1. Sheryl “Aisaka Miharu” Ye

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Aisaka Miharu a.k.a Sheryl Ye is one of the youngest eSports socialites in the Malaysian scene. Specializing in both arcade and PC games Miharu began her career in professional gaming at the age of 13. Now 19, she continues her eSports career in Fallout Gaming as their Tournament Director.  Specializing in Heroes of the Storm, Dota 2 and Overwatch, she hopes to expand her portfolio over 2017.


  1. Tiffani “BabyOling” Lim

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Tiffani is one of the most well-known personalities in the South East Asian gaming community. She began her involvement in the gaming scene as part of a female Dota 2 team in Singapore. Since then she’s had stint as the manager of top SEA team Titan and even exposed a sinister match fixing scandal in the professional Dota 2 scene. Today she is involved in the organisation and execution of many of the largest local Dota 2 tournaments, such as the Malaysian Cyber Games, the upcoming ASUS ROG Masters and ESL ONE Genting coming in January, 2017.


  1. Michelle Lee

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Most will know recognise Michelle for her involvement in the world of traditional sports, having been a mainstay on Astro SuperSport. However, she is also an avid gamer, growing up playing games such as FIFA ’16 and recently Overwatch. When Astro launched their eSports network, Every Good Game, or widely known as EGG Network, Michelle was one of the first to jump on board, becoming the face of the network and providing coverage for events like the Malaysian Cyber Games 2015 and the Valve Manila Majors.


  1. Ashley Khoo

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Ashley “SummerAsh” Khoo is arguably the first gamer to bring gaming culture and eSports into the mainstream of Malaysian media. She starred in the Unifi advertisements all the way back in 2011 and has since integrated her passion for gaming into her professional career. More recently, she has played a big part in the adoption of gaming by TGV, helping to create the International and Major pubstomps at their cinemas.


  1. Michell “HXA” Lim

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With a following of 438,000+ she is a talented beauty that started her rise to stardome at the age of 15. Starting off in modelling she has since branched into a professional music career as an artist and is a prominent gaming influencer. Whether it be promoting the XPAX Fantasy Fest franchise, playing Dota 2 or various mobile games, Michell is definitely on to watch out for on and off camera.


  1. Iceyz

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An ambassador for GIGABYTE and one of the largest Cyber Café franchises in Philippines and Malaysia, Mineski. Iceyz has built a strong foundation on the eSports and gaming community. Being a Dota 2 player and frequent at all local events Iceyz is passionate about growing the scene locally.


  1. Jeraylnn “PixieBaby” Lee

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A retired gamer and ex-team member of the famous MUFC, Invasion eSports and Team Eclipse, Jeralynn was a professional player in the popular game Heroes of Newerth. Her eSports career wall of fame includes being in the Grand Finals for the Malaysian HoN National Championships hosted by Garena Malaysia with a prize pool of RM500,000.


  1. Shirlaine “BELL” Yeong

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Shirlaine “BELLA” Yeong, former Miss Sudden Attack (2009), Miss Garena Malaysia (2011) and renowned eSports professional in the first person shooter (FPS) scene, specializes in Sudden Attack and Counter-Strike Source. BELLA’s accomplishments in the tier one scene include; first runner up in both the Sudden Attack Amateur Cup (Team LADY) and Sudden Attack Grand Championship (Team LZ). Since retiring from the professional scene she has pick up Dota 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive casually. A young professional in the Real Estate industry, Shirlaine now works on her professional business career but still keeps gaming close to heart.