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[Predator League 2019] Dota2 and PUBG Game Rules, Scoring Matrix and Team Members

by Super DaddyFebruary 15, 2019
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As we are approaching the first day of the Acer Predator League 2019, the game rules, scoring matrix and competing team members were announced officially. These were presented on stage during the official media Press Conference by Xyclopz who is the official commentator for Predator League 2019.

Rules and Scoring Matrix for Dota2

Dota2 has no strict pre-defined rules, the scoring matrix is rather simple but the play chart is pretty complicated. The format used will be double elimination format for 10 teams which means, some teams would play more than the others depending on the draw system. As a team loses, it will be sent into the lower part of the chart to further compete and will be playing longer.

Rules and Scoring Matrix for PUBG

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) would be having 15 matches altogether. All matches will be running in First Person Perspective (FPP) and Third Person Perspective (TPP) is not allowed altogether. The rounds will be conducted in Erangel and Miramar maps and will see the new point matrix used for grading. The scoring would be as follows:

  • First Place (Chicken Dinner) = 10 points
  • Second Place = 6 points
  • Third Place = 5 points
  • For every kill = 1 point

In the case of draw, the following grading will decide the final winner in sequence order:

  • If one of the team has higher kills in total = Winner.
  • If it’s a tie, the highest kill points on the last round (15th round) = Winner.
  • If it’s a tie, the higher ranking in the last round (15th round) = Winner.

Apart from that, motorbikes will be removed from the map due to its explosive nature and will be replaced with other vehicles instead.

To spice things up even more, the grenade range will be intentionally increased too.

Dota2 Line-up (Drawn Randomly)

Round 1

Group 1: GeekFam vs Signify

Group 2: Flash Gaming vs yG

Round 2

Group 3: (Round 1 Group 1 Winner) vs X

Group 4: (Round 1 Group 2 Winner) vs PnX|Indomitus

Group 5: Alpha Red vs BOOM ID

Group 6: LOTAC vs TNC Predator

PUBG Line-up

This will be the seating position of every team that will be competing for the PUBG tournaments.

Team Members

GEEK FAM (Malaysia) – Dota2

Returning from last year’s Asia Pacific Predator League 2018 as winners, Geek Fam is one of the biggest Esports organizations in Malaysia. This year they have a brand new line-up comprised of 2 Malaysians and 3 Filipinos including former TI runner-up KYxY. Two of the members from last year winning team will represent Lotac this year.

Achievements:

  • ANGGAME China vs SEA #2 – Online Final – 2nd
  • MPGL Asian Championship: Regular Season – 4th
  • Malaysia Esports League – 1st
  • Asia Pacific Predator League 2018 – 1st
  • ZOTAC Cup Premier: DOTA2 SEA – 1st

LOTAC (Malaysia) – Dota2

Established in September 2018, Lotac is a beast team comprised of well-known veteran players from various notable teams in the SEA scene. The team members of Lotac do not need any introduction as each of them already has an established set of portfolios respectively.

Achievements:

  • ESL One Katowice 2019 Southeast Asia Qualifier – 2nd
  • The Chongqing Major Southeast Asia Qualifier – 5th – 6th
  • Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 Malaysia Qualifier – 1st
  • King’s Cup 2: Southeast Asia – 2nd
  • ESL One Hamburg 2018 Southeast Asia Qualifier – 4th
  • DreamLeague Season 10 Southeast Asia Qualifier – 3rd
  • The Kuala Lumpur Major Southeast Asia Qualifier – 3rd
  • The Kuala Lumpur Major Southeast Asia Open Qualifier #1 – 1st

ASBOL (Malaysia) – PUBG

Rising starts of Malaysia, Asbol is a newly-formed gaming team made of a group of friends that on a whim decided to team and join the PUBG Malaysia Predator League Qualifiers. Winning the qualifiers earned them a spot in the Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 this year, being the first Malaysian team to represent PUBG in this championship.

Achievements:

  • Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 Malaysia Qualifier – 1st

ALPHA RED (Thailand) – Dota2

Achievements:

  • Dota2 The Open Championship – 1st
  • E-Warrior – 2nd
  • Asrock Season2 – 2nd
  • Asrock Season 3 – 3rd
  • Predator League Thailand Qualifier 2018 – 1st
  • E-Sport Pro League – 2nd
  • WESG Thailand Qualifier – 1st
  • SEACA – 3rd

SIGNATURE.PUBG (Thailand) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • Predator League 2019 Thailand Qualifier – 1st
  • GeForce Cup Pacific – Thailand – 4th

PURPLE MOOD (Thailand) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • JIB PUBG Thailand Pro League Season 1 – 1st
  • Predator League 2019 Thailand Qualifier – 2nd
  • JIB PUBG Southeast Asia Championship 2018 – 2nd
  • JIB SEAC: Thailand Championship – 2nd

PINTO GAMING (Thailand) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • Cooler Master Circle of Champions Thailand Qualifier – 5th
  • GeForce Cup Pacific – Thailand – 3rd
  • JIB PUBG Thailand Pro League Season 1 – 12th
  • PUBG Predator League 2019 Thailand Qualifier – 3rd
  • The International 2018 – 13th – 16th

MITH.PUBG (Thailand) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • PUBG Thailand Final: Road to G-Star – 1st
  • Road to StarSeries & i-League Global Invitational – 1st
  • StarSeries & i-League PUBG – 10th
  • PUBG Survival Series 2018 Pro Tour SS#1 – 4th
  • PUBG Thailand Championship 2018 Thailand Qualifier – 1st
  • PUBG SEA Championship 2018 – 1st
  • PUBG Global invitational 2018 Berlin (PGU) TPP – 7th

SIGNIFY (India) – Dota2

Achievements:

  • WESG 2018 South Asia Qualifier – 1st
  • Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 India Qualifier – 1st
  • WESG 2018 South Asia Open Qualifier #1 – 1st
  • ESL India Premiership 2018 Fall – 1st
  • PVP Esports Championship India Qualifiers – 1st
  • ESL India Premiership 2018 Summer – 1st
  • WESG 2017 South Asia & South-East Asia Qualifier – 1st

RAPTORS (India) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • Cooler Master Circle of Champions 2018
  • Indian Finals – 1st
  • Omen by HP 2018 Indian Finals – 3rd
  • Acer Predator League 2019 Indian Finals – 1st

TNC PREDATOR (Philippines) – Dota2

Achievements:

  • The International 2016 – 7th – 8th
  • WESG 2016 – 1st
  • StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3 – 3rd – 4th
  • The International 2017 – 9th – 12th
  • China Top 2017 – 1st
  • MDL Macau – 2nd
  • Dota2 Asia Championships 2018 – 4th
  • China Dota2 Supermajor – 7th – 8th

ARKANGEL (Philippines) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • Xyclopz Run n’ Gun Qualifiers – 1st
  • Auzom Open Series – 3rd
  • PUBG Online Contender Promotionals – 7th
  • PGI Philippine National Finals – 1st
  • PGI South East Asia Championships – 3rd

X (Singapore) – Dota2

Achievements:

  • 2019 Predator League Singapore – 1st

AYSON ESPORTS (Singapore) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • Predator League Finals Singapore – 1st
  • Singapore Nvidia GeForce Cup – 4th
  • OMEN by HP SG Qualifiers – 4th
  • Geek Events PUBG MY/SG Championship Lan Finals – 8th
  • ASUS PUBG SG Duo Qualifier 2 – 1st
  • Cooler Master PUBG Circle of Champions SG Qualifiers – 1st
  • MET PUBG SG Qualifiers SEA – 3rd

PNX|INDOMITUS (Sri Lanka) – Dota2

Achievements:

  • Sri Lanka Cyber Games 2017 – 1st
  • Sri Lanka Cyber Games 2018 – 1st
  • Sri Lanka Telecom Championship 2018 – 1st

YG (Mongolia) – Dota2

Achievements:

  • Premier League Mongolia Dota2 – 1st
  • WESG Mongolia – 2nd

FLASH GAMING (Myanmar) – Dota2

Achievements:

  • 2019 Predator League Myanmar – 1st

BOOM ID (Indonesia) – Dota2

  • Asia Pacific Predator 2019 Indonesia Qualifier – 1st
  • Grand Final Asia Pacific Predator League 2018 – 2nd

AEROWOLF.TEAM EIGHT (Indonesia) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • APAC Predator League 2019 – 1st
  • GeForce Cup Pacific Indonesia Grand Final – 2nd
  • SEACA Unipin Qualifier 1 – 1st
  • FACEIT EU Beta Cup – Grand Finalists

TEAM IMMUNITY (Australia) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • Throwdown Predator League Qualifier – 1st
  • PGI Australian Qualifier – 3rd
  • Ground Zero Season 1 – 1st
  • Cyber gamer Invite Season 2 – 1st
  • Esports Underground Invite Season 1 – 1st
  • Cyber Gamer Invite Season 3 – 2nd

THE ACE GOD [TAG] (Taiwan) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • 2018 Cyber Games Arena – 1st
  • MPL Season 2 – 20th
  • Predator League 2019 TW – 1st

GAMEHOME (Vietnam) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • The international 2016 – 7th – 8th
  • WESG 2016 – 1st
  • StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3 – 3rd – 4th
  • StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 2 – 2nd
  • The International 2017 – 9th – 12th
  • China Top 2017 – 1st
  • MOL Macau – 2nd
  • Dota2 Asia Championships 2018 – 4th
  • China Dota2 Supermajor – 7th – 8th
  • The International 2018 – 13th – 16th

GSSM (Hong Kong) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • Predator Cup Hong Kong Station

MP5 (Macau) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • 2019 Predator League Macau

SUNSISTER SUICIDERS (Japan) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • Predator League Japan – 1st
  • Hong Kong PUBG World Invitational 2018 – 13th
  • PGL PUBG Spring Invitational – 12th
  • Intel Extreme Masters 2018 – 16th
  • PUBG ASIA Invitational at G-Star 2017 – 5th

AFREECAFREECS FATAL (South Korea) – PUBG

Achievements:

  • PUBG PKL #2 Finals – 6th

Pokdepinion: Here’s wishing good luck to every team!

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