Esports teams across Asia-Pacific slug it out in online-only Predator League 2020/21 Grand Final

Published April 7, 2021, 2:12 PM

by Lionell Macahilig

As the Asia-Pacific Predator League 2020/21 Grand Final pushes through after a year of hiatus, esports teams that qualified for the Predator League 2020 Grand Finals, as well as organizations invited by Acer, can finally display their skills in the ongoing online-only tournament.

Acer Pan Asia Pacific President Andrew Hou with Host Eri Neeman

Two of the most popular online games sparkplug this year’s league; PlayersUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) and online battle arena Dota 2.

Given the circumstance and the scope of this year’s festivities, the competition is divided into four sub-tournaments; two for Dota 2 and two for PUBG. Teams were pre-assigned to their designated sub-tournament. 

A total prize worth of $400,000 will be pooled to the four sub-tournaments, and winners will also be given the coveted APAC Predator League Shield and Predator products.

On the other hand, the tournament’s much-awaited return isn’t the only source of excitement. Complementing its heralded return are the storylines involved including the teams that represent each region.

Support and cheer on your favorite teams as the season begins on April 6 up to April 11, 2021. You may visit the official Predator League website to see the complete set of teams that will go head-to-head at the Asia-Pacific Predator League 2020/21 Grand Final.

For more information regarding tournament schedules and programs, follow Acer’s social media accounts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Matches will be broadcasted on Predator’s Facebook and Twitch channels. Let the games begin!

 
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