The Asia-Pacific (APAC) Predator League is back with its 2022 iteration, offering a total prize pool of USD 400,000 including local prizes across all participating regions. Winning teams from 15 countries and territories will gather at the APAC Predator League 2022 Grand Finals in Japan from 11 – 13 November 2022.
“After two years of lockdown and travel restrictions, we are so excited to meet the esports teams in-person again. ‘Become One’ is the theme for Predator League 2022, emphasising the need to reconnect with fellow gamers and demonstrating Acer’s commitment to the gaming community.”
Andrew Hou, President of Acer Pan Asia Pacific Regional Operations
Acer Malaysia is opening the floor to the best teams for Dota 2 and PUBG: Battlegrounds to join the qualifiers and battle for a share of the RM100,000 total prize pool. The winning teams for Dota 2 and PUBG: Battlegrounds will bring home Predator products and cash prizes of RM10,000 and RM12,000 respectively, besides being able to represent Malaysia in the APAC Predator League Grand Finals. Matches kick off September 2022, with registrations opening 1 July 2022. Teams can do so via PLANET9:
The ultimate champions of each game in the Grand Finals will fly home with cash prize, products and also the APAC Predator League Shield.
The Asia-Pacific Predator League first started in 2017/18 and Malaysia’s first champion – Geek Fam – was the team that secured their name in history by bringing back the first APAC Predator League Shield from the Grand Finals in Jakarta, Indonesia. It also secured them a place as an invited team at the Predator League 2019 Grand Final in Bangkok, Thailand.