Asia Pacific Predator League 2024 Begins With Malaysia’s Local Qualifiers

Low Boon Shen
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Asia Pacific Predator League 2024 Begins With Malaysia’s Local Qualifiers

Asia Pacific Predator League 2024 Begins With Malaysia’s Local Qualifiers

Asia Pacific Predator League 2024 Begins With Malaysia's Local Qualifiers

Asia Pacific Predator League 2024 Begins With Malaysia's Local Qualifiers

Attention Dota 2 and Valorant eSports teams: the 2024 edition of Asia Pacific Predator League has officially begun, and Acer Malaysia is calling all teams to join the battle for a chance to win the Predator Shield and a share of $400,000 prize pool up for grabs as the event concludes its Grand Finals in Manila, the Philippines.

For the local qualifiers, the prize pool amount is RM100,000 – registration is now open for both Dota 2 and Valorant, and will end on 14 September 2023. eSports teams may register through PLANET9 website. Matches will be held online for this phase of the event, while the local finals will be held in Noizucon at KL Convention Centre from 30 Sept to 1 Oct 2023 with live audience’s presence. Champions will be moving ahead to the main event in Manila to face off other teams across the Asia Pacific regions.

Event  Dates  Games  Venue
Registration  30 Aug – 14 Sept 2023  Valorant  Online
Dota 2  Online
Local Qualifying 

Rounds

16 Sept – 17 Sept 2023  Valorant  Online
23 Sept – 24 Sept 2023  Dota 2  Online
Local Final  30 Sept 2023  Dota 2  Noizucon at KL Convention Centre
1 Oct 2023  Valorant  Noizucon at KL Convention Centre

“The Predator League represents our lasting commitment to building up the gaming community and their level of play in the APAC region. The tournament has seen growing success on the world stage in recent years and we are excited to bring it to Manila, home to one of the biggest and most dynamic eSports fanbases in the world. We look forward to witnessing some amazing gameplay from all the participating teams,” said Andrew Hou, President of Acer Pan Asia Pacific Operations.

Pokdepinion: Good luck to Malaysian players out there!

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