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Ferdinand "Bongbong" R. Marcos, Jr.
In 2017, the Games and Amusements Board (GAB) of the Philippines, the country’s governing body for sports and competitions, gave professional gamers official recognition as athletes under Philippine law.
Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. has dedicated his life to serving the Filipino people for over two decades. His long and faithful service has been one characterized by his genuine care for the welfare of his constituents, and a firm determination to elevate the quality of life of every Filipino. Born on the 13th of September 1957 in the town of Batac, Ilocos Norte. He later served as Vice Governor for his hometown in 1980 and had to cut short his studies due to it. Ever-present and dominant throughout Bongbong’s upbringing was the idea of public service.
Having his youth and formative years spent in Malacañang and witnessing firsthand the single-minded dedication of his parents to serve country and people, he had determined from a very young age to devote his life to public service and the welfare of his people.
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