Teams Lotac and Asbol feted as DOTA 2 and PUBG Malaysia Champions in Asia Pacific Predator League 2019

Teams Lotac and Asbol feted as DOTA 2 and PUBG Malaysia Champions in Asia Pacific Predator League 2019

The recently concluded Acer Pacific Predator League 2019 by Acer at the 1 Utama mall saw some of Malaysia’s best gaming teams going toe to toe with each other to establish who was the best of them all in Player Unknown Battleground and the ever popular DOTA 2. After the dust settled, two teams emerged triumphant over all comers – Team Lotac in DOTA 2 and Team Asbol in PUBG.

In a gruelling battle that lasted an intense four hours, Team Lotac won over Team HighGround and netted RM25,000 in cash as well as some RM5,500 worth in Predator accessories while Team HighGround won a still substantial RM10,000. In PUBG, Team Asbol who completed their final match and emerged triumphant versus Team Golden King Army walked away with some RM15,000 in cash and almost RM4,500 in Predator accessories while the latter walked away with RM5,000 in cash.  

IMG_0619 - Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 - Malaysian Champion for DOTA2 with Acer Malaysia Director of Consumer Business and Product Johnson Seet

Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 – Malaysian Champion for DOTA2 with Acer Malaysia Director of Consumer Business and Product Johnson Seet

Both winning teams are now slated to take on 15 other country champion teams in the grand finals in February 2019 that will take place in Bangkok, Thailand. Throughout the match, the contenders used Acer Nitro 50 gaming desktops powered by Acer XF25OQ monitors, making for a potent combination.

Acer Sales & Services Sdn Bhd Director of Consumer Business and Product, Johnson Seet said, “It was an exciting finale wordpress where the fight was so close. The strong performance of the teams at this Malaysian Final of the Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 attests to rapid growth of the gaming scene in Malaysia, which is also producing more highly skilled and international-level players. Acer has been actively nurturing the development of the gaming scene and eSports in Malaysia since 2014, sponsoring teams and supporting numerous local and worldwide eSports tournaments. This second installation of the Asia Pacific Predator League, which has expanded participation and games, is further testament of our increased commitment. On this same note, we are happy to see the RM10 million allocation in the recently announced Malaysia Budget 2019 for the development of eSports, which has also spurred more brands to come onboard to advance this sector.”

IMG_4367 - The battle for Malaysian DOTA2 Champion in the Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 enthralled crowds

The battle for Malaysian DOTA2 Champion in the Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 enthralled crowds

To continue to grow an optimum gaming environment, Acer is very pleased to provide gamers and gaming enthusiasts a platform to prove themselves with the skills and talents they have honed. The champions will also have the opportunity to fly the flag for the country in a regional tournament. All the teams have demonstrated great gameplay throughout the competition. I hope they have had a totally immersive experience and sharpened their skills through the extensive, competitive and exciting tournament powered on Predator devices,” Seet continued. For more on the tournament, swing by www.predator-league.com

 

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