The Quick Quest League Event hosted by MonsoonSIM has concluded just last August. The 2 games that make up the Quick Quest League, with the addition of the Tie Breaker Game earlier this September, were of varying levels of difficulty. Participating clubs were encouraged and inspired to rise up to the challenge, coming from various exceptional universities and educational institutions, among them Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII), Petra Surabaya, BPK Penabur, Unikom Bandung, Universitas Internasional Semen Indonesia, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Universitas Diponegoro and others.
These passionate MonsoonSIM players strive for both fun and victory, battling in the Quick Quest League Event with high levels of excitement and anticipation. This is especially evident from the interview with SANGKURIANG Club, one of the top 3 clubs of the Quick Quest League Event.
Students of the Universitas Islam Indonesia, the 5 members of the SANGKURIANG club consists of Farhan Kamil Rabbani (in charge of Production), Valdo Maggri Alani (in charge of Retail), Agnes Aura Ainisha (in charge of Human Resources), Imerina Zuhara (in charge of Services), and Nicho Kurniawan (in charge of Wholesales). Under the mentorship of Mr. Muhammad Fadhly Rizky Octavio, the SANGKURIANG club members work well as a team to improve their skills and entrepreneurial prowess.
To provide a brief, friendly glimpse into the SANGKURIANG club and what they stand for, the club members were asked to describe their team in 3 simple words, to which they answered, “Intelligent, Consistent, and Persistent—because that is who we are.”
Having played MonsoonSIM for over 2 years, the SANGKURIANG club states that they feel thrilled to be one of the participants of the Quick Quest League Event and gain new experiences when competing with other clubs.
When asked about their perspective on the challenges faced in the Quick Quest League Event, SANGKURIANG club replies, “It’s very competitive and challenging because the game sets only 20 seconds each day. What remains our biggest challenge is to maintain our team’s top performance.”
The SANGKURIANG club members then elaborated that the way they overcame these challenges all centred on one important concept—communication. Every club member always made sure to keep their communication strong and clear, especially when evaluating each game that they play and finding ways for continuous improvement and advancement. The idea that good teamwork is the backbone that can lead to victory is indeed proven through the performance of the SANGKURIANG club!
The SANGKURIANG club would also like to relay a piece of advice to their fellow MonsoonSIM players out there who share the same passion and interest for the league games and for learning through the business simulation itself, “To play MonsoonSIM, play it consistently to enrich your knowledge and experience.”
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.