SDIT signs MoU with SESA to promote e-sports industry

Abang Johari (second right) and Abdul Kadier (second left) witnessing the exchanging of MoU documents between Mohd Akil (left) and Afiq (right). Photo Credit: Sarawak Public Communications Unit (Ukas).

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KOTA SAMARAHAN, Oct 12: Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd (Serba Dinamik)’s wholly-owned unit Serba Dinamik IT Solutions Sdn Bhd (SDIT) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Sarawak’s E-Sports Association (SESA) to promote digital adoption among future talents through the electronic sports (e-sports) industry.

Serba Dinamik in a press statement today disclosed the MoU was inked for collaboration on utilising the SESA mini e-sports hub at D-Arena in Serba’s Digital Innovation Studio here for e-sports industry, creative, animation and games (VR/AR) development.

The agreement was established during the launching of Sarawak’s first virtual theme park at Kota Samarahan owned by SDIT and officiated at by Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg today.


Serba Dinamik vice-president for IT solutions and education Mohd Akil Mohd represented SDIT while SESA was represented by its president Afiq Fadhli Narawi.

At the same time, Serba Dinamik revealed the company also exchanged MoU with strategic partners for the use of its theme park to promote Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR4.0) technologies.

Serba Dinamik group chief executive officer Datuk Mohd Abdul Karim Abdullah highlighted: “These collaborations are important not only because they open a new frontier for our technology ventures but they also bring IR4.0 technologies to a wider base.

“We want visitors to D-Virtual Park to see what these technologies are capable of and how it can help in everyday life.

“This includes reaching out to women and showing them what these technologies can do for them.

“We hope to promote and empower them with these technologies which we believe are important tools for the digital age that we live in.”

At the same time, Serba Dinamik highlighted it has fostered collaboration with Sarawak Digital Economy Corporation (SDEC) and Centre of Technical Excellence Sarawak (Centexs) to strengthen the state’s initiatives in the digital economy.

The partnership was also to promote digital inclusivity among the B40 Bumiputera entrepreneurs, youth and women in Sarawak.

Serba Dinamik added its unit SDIT also inked an MoU with the Sarawak Department of Women and Family (JWKS) to promote and empower digital inclusivity for women in technology and enterprise in Sarawak.

The agreement was to establish cooperation and collaboration in utilising SDIT’s digital innovation studio at Kota Samarahan as well as JWKS centres for women to participate in innovation and leadership programmes.

JWKS was represented by its director Noriah Ahmad while SDIT was represented by its general manager (operations) Abdul Qaiyum Alidin.

Apart from that, Serba Dinamik added, StartUp Borneo also signed an MoU with Women Rise Malaysia to promote and empower digital inclusivity for women in technology and enterprise.

It was to establish cooperation and collaboration utilising the Serba Digital Innovation Studio at Kota Samarahan for women to participate in innovation and leadership programmes.

Among those present at the launching were Serba Dinamik chairman Datuk Abdul Kadier Sahib, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah, Youth and Sports Assistant Minister Datuk Snowdan Lawan and SDEC chairman Tan Sri Mohamad Morshidi Abdul Ghani. — DayakDaily