Esports Craze Takes over Bangkok for Acer’s Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 Final

26 teams playing DOTA2 and PUBG will compete in Bangkok’s National Stadium for the final

  • 26 esports teamscompeting over 5 months remain of 3,530 teams from 16 territories across the Asia Pacific– Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, India, Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Sri Lanka, Mongolia, Myanmar and Australia.
  • Featuring an opening ceremony witha state-of-the-art light and sound show and a mini concert from a well-known idol girls group BNK48
  • Esports fans can enjoy games and challenges from booth activities such as photo shootswith co-players in elaborate video game set designs and Thailand’s famous food trucks

Bhubaneswar/Bangalore: From February 15 to 17, 2019, Acer will be hosting the second Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 esports tournament at Bangkok’s National Stadium, Nimibutr Sport Building. All selected 26 esport teams from across the Asia Pacific will be competing fora prize pool of 250,000 USD for the grand finale.

The athletes will be welcomed with a special opening ceremony featuring a mini concert from popular Thai idol group BNK48, and an immersive experience with Acer’s Predator gaming line including the Predator Thronos and Predator Simulator Mobile. Fans and spectators can also view the wondrous creations of the Case Mode showcase from Thai master modders who transform Predator products into their own creations.The area will feature a variety of experiences designed to make gamers feel immersed inside the two competition’s two games, PUBG and DOTA2.

After the grand success of the Predator Gaming League India Finale, which attracted over 1500 players and 361 teams from across India, Team Raptors in PUBG PC and Team Signify in DOTA2 emerged as the ultimate winners and will represent India to compete with the other 24 teams from across the Asia Pacific countries. Acer, the No. 1 gaming brand in India has provided the gaming enthusiasts a platform to take gaming to a whole new level and the finale at Bangkok is a fitting end to a thrilling tournament.

“The Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 supports an esport-driven industry alongside the PC games sector, and encourages players to strengthen their competencies by experiencing the raw power of Predator gaming desktops,” said Andrew Hou, President of Acer’s Pan Asia Pacific Regional Operations. “Motivated and inspired, these to athletes from the Asia Pacific region will be bringing their talents to an apex as they compete for the victory in PUBG and DOTA2.”

Apart from the Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 games broad casted inside the stadium, as well as the mini concert from idol girl group BNK48, esports fans will enjoy games and challenges from booth activities such as photo shoots co-players and in elaborate video game set designs. Gamers who attend the event will be able to enjoy tasty meals from a parade of food trucks on stationed outside.

Fans can receive the latest information and watch the Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 Live Streaming on Facebook at:Predator Gaming, and on the web at

26 eSports teams that will be joining the grand final competition of DOTA2 and PUBG as below:

Singapore X Taiwan TAG
Mongolia YG Singapore AYSON Esports
Malaysia LOTAC Vietnam GAMEHOME Esport
Philippine TNC Predator Hongkong GSSM
India SIGNIFY Macau MP5
Indonesia Boom.ID   Australia TEAM IMMUNITY
    Philippine ArkAngel
  Indonesia Aerowolf.TeamEight
  Korea Afreeca Freecs Fatal
  India Raptors

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