Predator Confirms Philippines as Host of Asia-Pacific Predator League eSports Tournament in 2020

  • AfreecaFreecs Fatal for PUBG and TNC Predator for DOTA2 lorded over the 24 other teams after thee days of intense gaming bringing home the Predator Shield from Bangkok’s National Stadium.

Acer confirms at the closing ceremony of this year’s tournament that the Asia-Pacific Predator League in 2020 will be held in the Philippines.

Acer PAP President with Predator League DOTA 2 Champions, TNC Predator Pro Team for DOTA 2

The league’s 2nd successful year has concluded on February 17 after three grueling days of PUBG and DOTA2 championship rounds and amidst fans of over 10,000 that gathered at the Nimibutr National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

(L-R:) Alan Chiang, Managing Director of Acer Thailand; Mr. Andrew Hou, Acer PAP President; Mr. Manuel Wong, Managing Director of Acer Philippines

“Especially in the Pan Asia-Pacific Region, Acer provides a stage for young eSports athletes to display their gaming talents not only through exceptional hardware but also through the eco-system and industry,” said Andrew Hou, President of Pan Asia Pacific Regional Operations, Acer Inc. “We hope that the athletes this year keep on as active members of the eSports community, and we will be glad to play with them again in 2020 in the Philippines.”

AfreecaFreecs Fatal for PUBG and TNC Predator for DOTA2 emerged as the winners out of the 26 grand final teams that bested a whopping total of 3,530 eSports teams across Asia-Pacific to battle it out for the Predator League throne.

Philippine delegates, ArkAngel for PUBG and TNC Predator Pro Team for DOTA II with Predator Managing Director Manuel Wong at the APAC Predator League Finals 2019

The winners of the Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 are:

PUBG

  • Champion: AfreecaFreecs Fatal from The Republic of Korea, USD$ 75,000 prize money and Predator Helios Notebooks for each of the team members
  • First Runner-up: Purple Mood from Thailand, USD$ 30,000 prize money
  • Second Runner-up: Team Immunity from Australia, USD$ 15,000 prize money

DOTA2

  • Champion: TNC Predator from Philippines|USD$ 75,000 prize money and Predator Helios Notebooks for each of the team members
  • First Runner-up: BOOM ID from Indonesia|USD$ 30,000 prize money
  • Second Runner-up: GeekFam from Malaysia|USD$ 15,000 prize money

For more information on the Asia-Pacific Predator League, visit www.predator-league.com.

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