Manila gamers clinch Predator DOTA title

DECLARED as champion were Team Neon eSports (from left) Andrei Ong, Rafael Palo, Christian John Abasolo, Ejay Maque and Marc Mamales.

Predator once again brought Predator League: DOTA 2 Finals — a highly anticipated gaming and youth event in the Philippines.

Four semi-finalists — Alpha Gaming from Visayas, Neon eSports from Metro Manila, TaskUs Titans from Luzon and NCGC from Mindanao — competed for the Predator League Championship Title.

After a heated semi-finals, TaskUs Titans won over NCGC, while Alpha Gaming bowed to Neon eSports. A well-fought championship battle was witnessed by the audience between TaskUs and Neon, where the latter emerged as the winner. Third runner-up Alpha Gaming and second runner-up NCGC won P20,000 while TaskUs ended the their run with a bridesmaid finish and took home P40,000. Neon eSports bagged the coveted Predator League 2019 DOTA 2 Championship title and took home the P120,000 cash prize.

Acer and Predator Philippines Sales and Marketing director Sue Ong-Lim.

“The Philippine gaming community is strong and continues to grow tremendously. Acer Predator is proud to be a witness and partner to that growth. The Acer Predator League DOTA 2 Finals showcases the country’s best of the best in one tournament,” said Sue Ong-Lim, Acer and Predator Philippines sales and marketing director.

E-Sports in the Philippines have evolved throughout the years. Due to Filipino gamers’ undeniable skills and potential, the support they get have become enough to be acknowledged in international scenes. Predator is proud to reinforce their continuous support to the gaming industry in the Philippines.

FOUR teams battled it out for the coveted Predator League DOTA 2 Championship title.

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