The Lucky League Event hosted by MonsoonSIM has concluded early this July. The 4 games that make up Lucky League, which took place every Thursday from mid-June to mid-July, were of varying levels of difficulty, encouraging the participating clubs to rise up to the challenge. A total of 9 exceptional clubs, which came from a diverse array of esteemed universities and educational institutions, such as Universitas Diponegoro, BPK Penabur, Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII), Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Universitas International Semen Indonesia, FEB Universitas Hasanuddin and more, competed in Lucky League with aspirations to emerge as the Grand Winner.
With high levels of excitement and anticipation, these passionate MonsoonSIM players strive for both fun and victory. This is especially evident from the interview with Maheswara Concat Club, the grand winner of Lucky League.
Maheswara Concat Club is formed from 5 members: Gilang Bagus Saputra, Agrilla Putra Pramuda, Muh. Reza Febriansyah, Afifah Rohadatul Aisy and Annabel Devyanti Noorhaliza Isworo. These remarkable MonsoonSIM players come from the Faculty of Business and Economics Accounting Program of Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII), where they are guided by their mentor, Muhammad Fadhly Rizky Octavio. With over 5 months of experience playing MonsoonSIM league events, these students had worked very well as a team to face the challenges presented by Lucky League successfully.
“Lucky League was super challenging and fun.” The Maheswara Concat Club had said, explaining that one of the biggest challenges for them would be the game’s scoring matrix. Given that the game scoring matrix wouldn’t be visible to the competing clubs for Lucky League, these players had mentioned that they had to think a lot and strategize on how to achieve the best matrix points. Moreover, they also anticipated and put into consideration what the other clubs would do regarding the configuration.
The Maheswara Concat Club continued, “Participating in Lucky League was a wonderful experience. It was also a place for us to gain more knowledge and strategy.”
These MonsoonSIM players had indeed placed much focus on applying their business knowledge and keen eye for strategy to lead them to victory. They had prepared and coordinated especially well, ensuring a 30-minutes preparation before each of the 4 games to discuss about the game configuration and their individual tasks or responsibilities assigned. Afterwards, when each game ended, they would gather together to evaluate their progress and performance. A commendable effort and teamwork indeed!
When asked if they have any special tactics or tips to share for fellow MonsoonSIM players just as eager and passionate to compete in league events, the members of Maheswara Concat Club had stated, “Be confident with your team strategy and trust your teammates!”
This display of sportsmanship, teamwork and motivation is exactly what MonsoonSIM league events hope to inspire amongst the enthusiastic MonsoonSIM players worldwide since it started on October 2019. Through these public league events, MonsoonSIM players can showcase their prowess and practiced skills gained from the business simulation and gamification education platform. It bridges together and connects students worldwide with the same passion and interest in learning business concepts through MonsoonSIM.
The Maheswara Concat Club had also added, “Participating in this event was a great opportunity in itself but emerging as a champion was a bonus that we found very exciting. We can’t wait to participate in another event held by MonsoonSIM! Big thanks to MonsoonSIM for providing us with this great competition and experience!”
Now, with over 91 leagues and 1,881 club games conducted throughout the MonsoonSIM network, large-scale competitions between keen, enthusiastic players are a staple within the MonsoonSIM family culture and a routine one does to measure one’s performance and observe one’s progress. With over 1,078 clubs so far, the opportunities to gather together and play in leagues are endless. With every league and club game joined, MonsoonSIM players and clubs can reach higher PELO and ELO ratings, respectively. With the top-rated clubs to date including ARSANTA WIDYADHARMA of Universitas Islam Indonesia (ELO: 1776), Shark of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (ELO: 1697) and BioHaZarD of Singapore University of Social Sciences (ELO: 1635), MonsoonSIM is unequivocally a global platform that enables players worldwide to both interact and learn from one another through enriching experiences and invaluable exposure, in a way where there’s more to learn, easier to learn.