Earlier this month, Predator Gaming announced the Asia Pacific Predator League 2019, the brand’s premier esports tournament. 2019 is the Predator League’s second year, and it promises to be even bigger than the previous iteration! The previous league only featured Dota 2, but for 2019, the Predator League will have tourney for both Dota 2 and PUBG!

 

Acer Philippines Managing Director, Manuel Wong.

Compared to its maiden run last year, Predator League 2019 has expanded to include even more countries — more than double that of Predator League 2018! The League’s 16 participating countries are: Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.

“Predator Gaming is extremely proud of the Philippine gaming talent, and we surely shared this talent with the world when Quid Pro Quo bagged 3rd place in the grand finals last year,” shares Mr. Manuel Wong, General Manager of Acer Philippines. “But, at the end of the day, what makes us even prouder is seeing so much growth and potential in the Philippines eSports scene – that’s what the Asia Pacific Predator League is all about.”

 

Predator Ambassador, Alodia Gosiengfiao.

Alongside the kick-off of Predator League 2019, Acer also revealed Predator’s newest brand ambassador — Alodia Gosiengfiao.

“I’m so happy to be joining the Predator Gaming family in time for the Competition,” enthuses Alodia. “What got me into gaming was the incredible camaraderie and the intense passion gaming enthusiasts had, and these are characteristics that are so uniquely innate in the community. I’m so excited to witness these as the tournament unfolds.”

 

Acer Philippines Product Manager for Consumer Notebooks and Gaming, Bryan Dy; Acer Philippines Managing Director, Manuel Wong; Predator Ambassador, Alodia Gosiengfiao; TNC Pro Team Manager, Jim Paulo Sy and Acer Philippines Senior Channels Sales Manager for Consumer Business Wilhelm Uy

Predator League 2019 will begin with 4 regional qualifiers each for both PUBG and DOTA 2; the PUBG qualifier took place this month, while the Dota 2 qualifiers will be held in November.

The winner of the PUBG qualifier will receive PHP 15,000 along with Predator merchandise. As for the Dota 2 qualifer, the winning team will receive PHP 120,000.00 along with the chance to battle it out with the TNC Predator. The PUBG national champion and the TNC Predator will be flying to Bangkok, Thailand early next year to vie for the coveted grand prize.

For more information about Asia Pacific Predator League 2019, visit https://predator-league.com/.