Asia Pacific Predator League 2020 delayed to next year
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Asia Pacific Predator League 2020 delayed to next year

Jun 09, 2020 Bryan "soupykambing" Terng  

Having acknowledged that we aren’t out of the COVID-19 woods yet, Acer recently broke news that the Asia Pacific Predator League 2020 in the Philippines will be postponed to spring 2021.

Originally slated for Feb this year, Acer wanted to ensure the health and safety of the gaming community remain unaffected by the pandemic, which drove their decision to postpone the tournament. With the move to next year, the event has been renamed Predator League 2020/2021, with a US$400,000 prize pool up for grabs. The same teams who qualified in their respective country’s qualifier finals for Predator League 2020 also remain intact and will be joining the competition.

Despite the latest hurdle, approximately 20,000 tickets have already been sold for the tournament, which was supposed to take place at the SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City in Manila early this year. The series will pit the best PUBG PC and Dota 2 teams across the Asia Pacific region against one another for the pride of their country and the lion’s share of the prize pool:

Dota 2

  • Reality Rift (Singapore)
  • Flower Gaming (Malaysia)
  • Veteran (Myanmar)
  • Neon Esports (Philippines)
  • Lowkey Esports (Philippines)
  • TNC Predator (Philippines)
  • The Council (Bangladesh)
  • IMG (Mongolia)
  • 496 Gaming (Vietnam)
  • Sara Kollo (Sri Lanka)
  • Boom Esports (Indonesia)
  • STR (Taiwan)

PUBG

  • ArkAngel (Philippines)
  • Miraculum Gaming (Philippines)
  • Team Immunity (Australia)
  • Danawa E-sports (South Korea)
  • Purple Mood E-sport (Thailand)
  • SharpeR White (Thailand)
  • DetonatioN Gaming White (Japan)
  • Rascal Jester (Japan)
  • PandaCute (Hong Kong)
  • Team Curson (Taiwan)
  • Victim Rise (Indonesia)
  • GameHome Esports (Vietnam)
  • Renaissance (Singapore)
  • Indian Rivals (India)
  • MP5 (Macau)
  • Battle Arena Elites (Malaysia)

Be sure to follow eGG Network and Acer on Facebook to stay up to date on the Asia Pacific Predator League 2020/2021. For more info, head on over to the official tournament website.

About Bryan "soupykambing" Terng

An action adventure RPG lover, Bryan also likes playing and writing PUBG Mobile and COD: Mobile when he's away from his PS4 and Netflix. He also secretly hopes that Apex Legends esports will take off in SEA.

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