SINGAPORE – For the past few years, Nicholas “CoupDeAce” Wilson Ng had been juggling his e-sports career with several part-time jobs. But qualifying for the Brawl Stars World Finals last year gave Ng, who picked up the game in mid-2018, the confidence to turn e-sports into a full-time job. Please subscribe or log in to continue reading the full article. Get unlimited access to all stories at $0.99/month Latest headlines and exclusive stories In-depth analyses and award-winning multimedia content Get access to all with our no-contract promotional package at only $0.99/month for the first 3 months* Subscribe now *Terms and conditions apply.
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