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Acer's Asia Pacific Predator League 2020 Esports Tournament to Be Held in the Philippines
BANGKOK, THAILAND (2019-02-18)

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

After three days of intense competition, the second edition of the Asia Pacific Predator League has concluded after the grand final rounds of PUBG and DOTA2 battles came to an end at the Nimibutr Stadium on February 17. The top 26 out of 3,530 esports teams across the Asia Pacific region gathered in Bangkok for the finals, over 10,000 fans came to witness the battles in person, with over 4.3 million views online and a peak concurrent viewership of over 60,000.

“Especially in the Pan Asia Pacific Region, Acer hopes to provide a stage for young talents, not only through hardware but also through an esports ecosystem and industry,” said Andrew Hou, President of Pan Asia Pacific Regional Operations, Acer Inc. “We hope that the athletes from Predator League 2019 can continue with their great work as a member of the esports community, and we look forward to seeing them again in 2020 in the Philippines.”

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 the 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 then Asia Pacific Predator League, visit www.predator-league.com.