Tuesday, 15 December 2020

Andreij "Doujin" Albar Is The Final Boss Of Tekken 7, Online Challenge Philippines.

It was a piece of warm news for us to receive good news from PlayBook Esports CEO Mr Richard Brojan that the Bandai Namco Esports team choose Andreij to be the FINAL BOSS of the Tekken 7 Online Challenge: Philippines.

Andreij "Doujin" Albar
He was also called MokuDoujin of the Philippines

YouTube Video Link

In video games, a boss is a significant computer-controlled enemy. A fight with a boss character is commonly referred to as a boss battle or boss fight. Bosses are generally far stronger than other opponents the player has faced up to that point and winning requires a greater knowledge of the game's mechanics. Boss battles are generally seen at a climax of a particular section of the game, such as at the end of a level or stage or guarding a specific objective. 

A Final Boss (sometimes 'secret' or 'hidden' boss) is generally much more powerful than the bosses encountered as part of the main game's plot and often an optional encounter. A final boss is often the main antagonist of a game's story and the defeat of that character provides a positive conclusion to the game. At times, bosses are very hard, even impossible, to defeat without being adequately prepared and/or knowing the correct fighting approach. Bosses take strategy and special knowledge to defeat, such as how to attack weak points or avoid specific attacks. Bosses are common in many genres of video games, but they are especially common in story-driven titles like Tekken 7, a fighting game and are particularly associated with boss battles.


Video Link: Bandai Namco Esports YouTube Channel

Doujin, while observing the tournament matches.

The novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has brought the entire world to a relative standstill, affecting millions worldwide at the time of writing (December 14, 2020) World Health Organization "WHO". With the absence of an effective vaccine, public health measures have been implemented by governments worldwide, such as quarantine, closing workplaces (including schools and businesses), and spatial distancing. To combat the spread of COVID-19, the Philippine government implemented nationwide lockdown measures and self-isolation policies. In the Philippine context, “lockdown” refers to individuals staying at home while completely restricting the movement of the population inside and outside of specific areas except for essential activities (health visits, purchasing for essential items, and providing essential work). As a consequence, the measures have led to occupational and educational disruption and psychological distress for many individuals.

One area that has been relatively affected during the pandemic is the gaming industry, with user engagement growing considerably during this period. Bandai Namco Esports gaming company, launch #T7OnlineChallenger in my mind maybe this is a trial replacement or a kind option to uplift the morale of Tekken Lovers who are generally participating in the yearly event of Tekken World Tour.

Bandai Namco Esports Tweeter Link Clips: 



Wednesday, 18 December 2019

Andreij Albar, 30th SEA Games Tekken 7, Bronze Medalist Was Conferred By The President Of The Philippines an Order of Lapu-Lapu Rank of Kamagi Award.

Manila, Andreij Hosea Dayo Albar, 2019 SEA Games Esports, Tekken 7, Bronze Medalist was Conferred by the President of the Philippines an Order of Lapu-Lapu Rank of Kamagi Award.

The Order of Lapu-Lapu was established on 2017 and is conferred by the President of the Philippines in recognition of the invaluable service rendered by officials and personnel of the Government, as well as the private individuals, in significantly advancing a campaign or advocacy of the President, particularly acts of valour and kindness described as an extraordinary and exceptional contribution to the country.

Handing out the medals beside the President was House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano
who played a big role in the SEA Games as chairman
of the Philippine SEA Games Organizing Committee (PHISGOC) Foundation.

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Andreij Hosea Dayo Albar, ESPORTS Tekken 7, Bronze Medalist
Order of Lapu-Lapu Rank of Kamagi Awardee.


30th SEA Games, Esports, Tekken 7, Bronze Medalist Andreij Hosea Dayo Albar, and all other Filipino athletes medalist who competed at the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games was conferred a special recognition the prestigious Order of Lapu-Lapu by President Rodrigo Duterte in appreciation of the Team Philippines at the Malacanang Palace.

It was an honor to compete not for myself but to represent our country
for the 1st time in the history of SEA Games Esports.

So grateful to meet the President with all gladness radiating in his face.
That appreciation doubles the joy of having the medal.

Andreij Hosea Dayo Albar
21 Year Old, Student of San Beda College Alabang
Official Esports Tekken 7 Player of Playbook Esports Team

2019 SEA Games Esports, Tekken 7, Bronze Medalist
Conferred by the President of the Philippines
an Order of Lapu-Lapu Rank of Kamagi Award.

"This is the 1st time that the ESPORTS was included in SEA Games, I am very grateful that I am blessed to be a part of this great national history, the joy, and inspiration of having a supportive family, industry and now the Philippine President is more than a dream come true for me." Andreij Albar

This is my gift to all my supporters specially to my Dad and Mom
on their 28th Wedding Anniversary today, December 18, 2019.





Andreij Hosea Dayo Albar
Received Order of Lapu-Lapu Rank of Kamagi Award from the Office of the President.

Joining them were Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea,
Philippine Olympic Committee president and Cavite representative Abraham Tolentino
and Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee chairman
and Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano
Philippine Sports Commission Chairman William "Butch" Ramirez.

In a ceremony on Wednesday, December 18, in Malacañang, Duterte gave each of the medalist athletes a medal representing the rank of Kamagi under the Order of Lapulapu, a recognition awarded to officials, government personnel, and private citizens " whose collective efforts brought the country to the pinnacle of success in the biggest sports fest of the Asian region. A recognition of invaluable or extraordinary service in relation to a campaign or advocacy of the President." It was created through Duterte's Executive Order No. 17.

“The blood, sweat, and tears that you have shed to earn this prestigious recognition
  is truly inspiring. I am really very happy to no end,”
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte

Team Philippines Filipino athletes delivered the country's first overall SEA Games championship in 14 years, winning an all-time high of 149 gold medals on top of 117 silver and 121 bronze medals for a total of 387 medals to rule the 11-nation meet. Over 800 Filipino athletes were gathered in Malacañang's Rizal Hall, all dressed in navy blue and red uniforms.

Team Philippines delivered the country's first overall
SEA Games championship in 14 years.

Team Philippines, Filipino athletes delivered the country's first overall SEA Games championship in 14 years, winning an all-time high of 149 gold medals on top of 117 silver and 121 bronze medals for a total of 387 medals, the Philippines emerged as the overall champion to rule the 11-nation meet.

Duterte, in his speech, spoke of his great happiness at the achievement, saying he felt like cheering while watching some of the games.

“This is an expression of the government’s full support for your continued growth and development. It also represents the overwhelming joy of a grateful nation. I am hopeful that this milestone lights the torch for our nation’s renaissance in athletic glory. I thus encourage everyone present to continue supporting our Filipino athletes who embody excellence, superiority, and teamwork.”

President Duterte, in his speech, said,
 “I am deeply honored to be in the presence of our athletes
who have emerged victorious in the recently concluded
30th Southeast Asian Games held in our country.

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Your triumph showcases the athleticism and sporting prowess of our 
people to our neighbors in Southeast Asia. 
"Alam mo malaking bagay ito sa akin.” 
He lauded the athletes for their sacrifices."


PSC Chairman William "Butch" Ramirez
“We are lucky to have a President who supports us fully and has a big heart for our athletes,” said Team Philippines Chef de Mission and Philippine Sports Commission Chairman William Ramirez during the courtesy call where the medal-winning athletes received their cash incentives from the government.

Ramirez, who led the national team which was received warmly by Duterte at the Rizal Hall of Malacanang, said Filipino athletes triumphed due to the government’s nutritional support, higher allowances, refurbished facilities, new equipment apart from more opportunities for training and exposure.

Under the law, gold medalists in the SEA Games receive P300,000 from the government through the PSC and Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation while silver performers and bronze medalists get P150,000 and P60,000 respectively.

Duterte sweetened the pot by adding P250,000 more to the bonuses of gold medalists, P150,000 to silver winners and P100,000 to bronze performers.

President Rodrigo Duterte poses for
posterity with the 2019 Southeast Asian Games medalists
at the Malacañan Palace on December 18, 2019.

Also present during the recognition of SEA Games medalists were Senators Christopher “Bong” Go, Miguel Zubiri, Francis Tolentino, and Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa, members of the House of Representatives including Phisgoc chair Alan Peter Cayetano, Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea; members of the Senate Committee on Sports; Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) Board led by Chairman William “Butch” Ramirez, coaches, and other sports officials.

Senators Christopher “Bong” Go, and Phisgoc chair Alan Peter Cayetano


Francis Tolentino, and Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa, members of the House of Representatives,
and Richard Gomez.








Tuesday, 10 December 2019

2019, 30th SEA Games PH, Bronze Finish for Philippines Esports Tekken 7, Andreij "Doujin" Albar.

MANILA - The Philippines Andreij Hosea "Doujin" Albar took a home bronze medal in Esports Tekken 7, in the Southeast Asian Games at FilOil Flying V Center Arena on Tuesday, December 10, 2019.

Andreij Hosea Dayo "Doujin" Albar
21 Year Old, College Student of San Beda College Alabang
Esports Tekken 7, Bronze Medalist


30th SEA Games 2019,
Esports Tekken 7, Awarding Ceremony,
3rd Place-Bronze Andreij Albar (Precise)



30th SEA Games PH, Awarding Ceremony, 
Esports Tekken 7, Medalist (Precise)





Andreij Albar lost to Thailand’s Nopparut “Book” Hempamorn in the Semi-final winners bracket and go down to lower bracket to take the match against fellow Pilipino mate.

Albar got the bronze after losing to Laverez in the lower bracket finals.

Both Filipino contenders, Andreij Hosea "Doujin" Albar, and Alexandre Gabrielle "AK" Laverez, made their way to the upper bracket playoffs as expected – both going against Thai players in the opening round. Laverez dropped his series, 0-3, and fell to the lower bracket against Nopparut "Book" Hempamorn, possibly the toughest non-Filipino combatant in the tourney.

Albar got revenge for his teammate in the next matchup, sweeping his opponent, and proceeding to the next round of the upper bracket playoffs.

Andreij Albar faced his Philippine teammate AK, who fell to the lower bracket finals after losing to Thailand's Hempamorn in the upper bracket finals. At that point, both players were assured of at least a bronze medal.

It was Laverez though that who'd proceed to the grand finals, after a lower bracket final that went the entire 5 games. Game 5 was intense as both players were down to their last health, but Laverez got the better of the exchanges, knocking off Albar's Panda with his Shaheen. A very close match, only a blink of an eye Andreij Albar won the bronze for his efforts.

Overall, the Philippines won 3 gold medals in esports, courtesy of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Starcraft II, and DoTA 2.

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Rappler : Bronze for ALBAR, Tekken 7

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ALBAR.PH (Lars) vs THAIPACHAN.LAOS (Noctis)



30th SEA Games PH 2019, Tekken 7, 
ALBAR.PH (Lars) vs THAIPACHAN.LAOS (Noctis)

30th SEA Games PH 2019, 
Esports Tekken 7 (Live) 

ALBAR.PH vs Thailand.TONASOONTORNGOON 

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30th SEA Games PH, Tekken 7, 
ALBAR.PH vs Thailand.TONASOONTORNGOON

Doujin Philippines vs Book Thailand

30th SEA Games PH, 2109, Tekken 7, 
ALBAR.PH vs Thailand. HEMPAMORN (WB) 

Albar PH vs Laverez PH 

Match against fellow Pilipino mate. 
Albar got the bronze after losing to Laverez in the lower bracket finals.
30th SEA Games PH 2019, Tekken 7, 
ALBAR.PH vs AK.PH (LB)

The Venue

Event Proper

TOP 4
Hempamorn Thailand,
Laverez Ph,
Albar Ph,
Tonasoontorngoon Thailand

Write-ups:



SPIN. PH By GAB PE
Esports Sibol Tekken 7's AK and Doujin on facing each other: 'It hurts'


RAPPLER: 
Silver, and Bronze for the last day of Esports, Tekken 7


Photo Ops


PBE Boys with Gariath Heroes

Thailand and Philippine Delegates


Thank you for the support, Rochelle Ann (Andreij's cousin)

Thank you, for the support Jason and Leanne

Thank you, for the support 

Thank you, for the support

Elite South Gold Standard, Kirk, Doujin, and Jules.

Maru and Andreij

April, Andreij, and Mawts

Team Philippines, Team Doujin