Date: 3rd & 4th August 2019 (Saturday & Sunday)

Venue: Singapore Sports Hub, Singapore Indoor Stadium

Festival Hours: 1000 – 2100 Hours Daily

Admission: Free Ticketed Entry




3rd August
1130 to 1600 – DOTA 2 
1630 to 2000 – PUBG

4th August
1130 to 1300 – DOTA 2 Finals
1330 to 1600 – PUBG
1600 to 1800 – WELP Celebrity Dota 2 Match
1830 to 1900 – Prize Giving Ceremony


3rd August
1400 to 1530 – Celeb games 1 (Fakkah Fuzz, Farah Lola)
1600 to 1730 – Celeb games 2 (Shigga, Sandra, Jon chua)
1800 to 1930 –  Celeb games 3 (Nathan Hartono, Andrew marko)
1930 to 2000 – Mingle with fans

4th August
1400 to 1530 – Celeb games 1 (THELIONCITYBOY, Aarika)
1600 to 1800 – DOTA 2 Event
1800 – 2000 Celeb games 2 (Ben Kheng, Hirzi)



CAMPUS GAME FEST (CGF) is an initiative spearheaded by the Singapore CyberSports & Online Gaming Association (SCOGA) and Institute of Technical Education (ITE) and People’s Association Youth Movement (PAYM), co-organised by the CyberAthlete Professional League (CPL. Positioned as the biggest internet party for the youth in Singapore, the festival is filled with digital lifestyle activities in the areas of Games, Arts, Media & Edutainment. CGF has the objectives of promoting creativity, innovation and cultivating cyber wellness via a balanced and healthy lifestyle approach for the youth.

Already in its 7th year, Campus Game Fest (CGF) has cemented its place as Singapore’s go to internet party! This year’s CGF is another fun-filled celebration where you can participate and watch local and regional teams duke it out on popular game titles like Mobile Legends Bang Bang, FIFA, PUBG, League of Legends, DOTA2, and more! The fittest gets to represent Singapore in Asia Pacific Predator League Grand Finals in the Phillippines as well as South Korea GIRLGAMER Esports festival, the award-winning event focused on celebrating women’s competitiveness in esports! And not forgetting Campus Legends, where the best tertiary student gamers in Singapore will be battling for S$10,000 worth of scholarship and prizes!


Singapore’s Cybersports & Online Gaming Association (SCOGA) was founded by a group of enthusiastic gamers and leaders who wanted to make a difference in the local gaming scene, especially in promoting Cybersports. SCOGA key initiatives include cyber wellness and digital literacy program and have worked with various government bodies, industry players, media, schools, gamers, parents & voluntary welfare organisations.

The Institute of Technical Education (ITE), Singapore, was established as a post-secondary education institution in 1992 under the Ministry of Education. ITE is a principal provider of career and technical education and key developer of national occupational skills certification and standards to enhance Singapore’s workforce competitiveness.

Cyber Athlete Professional League (CPL) was founded in June 1997, in USA-Dallas. The CPL is the pioneer in gaming community events and professional cyber sports tournaments. Over the course of 15 years, CPL  hosted 100 international gaming events and professional cyber sports tournament, sanctioned 600 international qualifiers and awarded over $3 million in cash prizes.


Via the Circle Line:

  • Stadium MRT Station (CC6) is the nearest station which exits directly into the Singapore Sports Hub.
  • Mountbatten MRT Station (CC7) is approximately 600m walking distance from Singapore Sports Hub. This also serves as an alternative station via the Circle Line for leaving the venue.


Via the East West Line:

  • Kallang MRT Station (EW10) is approximately 600m walking distance under a sheltered walkway to the Singapore Sports Hub.


Bus Service 11

Alight along Stadium Crescent (Bus Stop No. 80199), which is directly outside Singapore Indoor Stadium.Bus Service 10, 14, 16, 70, 70M or 196 (Towards CBD/City)

In the direction towards the CBD/City, alight along Nicoll Highway at the bus stop outside National Stadium (Bus Stop No. 80219).

Bus Service 10, 14, 16, 70, 70M or 196 (From CBD/City)

In the direction from the CBD/City, alight along Nicoll Highway at the bus stop opposite Singapore Sports Hub (Bus Stop No. 80211). Cross the sheltered overhead bridge which leads to the National Stadium


There are three taxi stands within Singapore Sports Hub. These are located at:

  • Stadium Crescent next to the Singapore Indoor Stadium (Location Code: I28)
  • Stadium Boulevard next to OCBC Arena
    (Location Code: I29)
  • Stadium Place next to OCBC Aquatic Centre and Kallang Wave Mall (Location Code: I30)