Four Teams To Represent Malaysia In Acer’s Asia Pacific Predator League 2022 Grand Finals

Team SGDv2, VR Universal 4Rivals, Team ChubbyBoiz, and Team SMG, will be competing for fame and money in Tokyo.
(credit: Acer)

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The Asia-Pacific Predator League 2022 Grand Finals will take place in Tokyo, Japan, from 11 to 13 November. Teams from across the Asia-Pacific region will gather to showcase battles with all their intensity and passion, as the teams are expected to deliver the ultimate play for fans across the region in its first physical competition in two years. This year’s event will be divided into two tournaments, featuring PUBG:BATTLEGROUNDS and Dota 2 events.

The total prize pool for the qualifiers and grand finals is US$400,000, while the winners of each tournament will also be awarded the coveted APAC Predator League Shield and Predator gaming gear from Acer.

(credit: Acer)

The Asia Pacific Predator League provides an avenue for young talents and partners to grow the Esports ecosystem and industry. Since the first edition held in Jakarta, Indonesia in 2018, a combined total of more than 15,000 teams in the Asia Pacific region have participated in the Predator League. Each year, fans will be treated to segments showing the different stories behind the teams from various locations, elevating the emotions and excitement for the tournament’s sought-after return to in-person competition.

(credit: Acer)

Four Malaysian teams are representing Malaysia in the Grand Finals in PUBG:BATTLEGROUNDS and Dota 2. Team SGDv2 (formerly known as Team SGD) and VR Universal 4Rivals (formerly known as Team Setup) who are the PUBG Champions and first runner-up respectively in the local qualifiers, Team ChubbyBoiz (formerly known as Team RSG), the Dota 2 champion of the local qualifier, and Team SMG, an invited team, will battle it out against the qualifying teams from other countries.

The PUBG matches will be live streamed on Predator Malaysia’s Facebook; while Dota 2 matches will be broadcasted on Acer Malaysia’s Facebook.

Here are the broadcasting schedule (in English, all local Malaysia time):

Day 1 (November 11)
10:30 am Live streaming starts for the opening ceremony
Dota 2: match starts at 12:00noon
PUBG: match starts at 2:45 pm

Day2 (November 12)
Dota 2: Live streaming starts at 10:30 am and match starts at 11:00am
PUBG: Live streaming starts at 2:00 pm and match starts at 2:30 pm

Day3 (November 13)
Dota 2: Live streaming starts at 3:00 pm and match starts at 3:30 pm
PUBG: Live streaming starts at 2:00 pm and match starts at 2:30 pm

Esports enthusiasts can visit the official Predator League’s website to see the complete list of participating teams and know more about the league’s story.

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