Neon eSports from Metro Manila bested TaskUs Titans from Luzon in the finals to win the Predator League: Dota 2 Finals, a highly anticipated gaming event in the Philippines.
The event, held at High Grounds Cafe in Quezon City, brought together four of the strongest teams 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.
Neon eSports is composed of Andrei Ong, Rafael Palo, Christian John Abasolo, Ejay Maque, and Marc Mamales.
Predator is a product series dedicated to PC gaming from Acer. The line includes desktop, notebooks, tablets and monitors that provide a complete gaming experience.
“The gaming notebook market has been growing fast and steadily around 80 percent.
Predator almost by 400 percent growth year-to-date,” said Sue Ong-Lim, Sales and Marketing Director for Acer and Predator Philippines.
This is the second year that Acer is holding the tournament in the Philippines.
In the semifinals, TaskUs Titans won over NCGC while Alpha Gaming bowed to Neon eSports. A well-fought championship battle was witnessed between TaskUs and Neon, where the latter emerged as winners. Third runner-up Alpha Gaming and 2nd runner-up NCGC each won cash prizes of Php20,000 while TaskUs with a second place finish and a Php40,000 check. Neon eSports received the Php120,000 grand prize.
“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 Ong-Lim.
For more information about Asia Pacific Predator League 2018 campaign, visit https://predator-league.com/.