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Philippines Takes on the World

November 11, 2016 Marvin Isaac

This weekend, our representatives are playing in some of the biggest international tournaments. Dota 2, League of Legends or CS:GO, pick your game and let us cheer for our players.

Dota 2

ASUS ROG Masters 2016 [Stream Link]

After fighting for their spot, Mineski will represent SEA and fight for the $ 150, 000 prize pool of the ASUS ROG Masters 2016. Execration replaced Next Generation as they opted to go to the WESG Asia Pacific Finals.

The competition will run until November 13 and is being held at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

World Electronic Sports Games 2016 Asia Pacific Finals [Stream Link]

S1 Lykos, one of the fast-rising teams in the Philippines, will represent our country and compete for the ¥ 500, 000 prize pool. Mineski, choosing to play in the ASUS ROG Masters, was replaced by TNC Gaming.

The competition will run until November 13 and is being held at Goyang, South Korea.

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League of Legends

League of Legends International Collegiate Championship [Stream Link]

Dubbed as the “Worlds” of League of Legends collegiate gaming, our representatives will be going against the best collegiate teams from several other Asian countries. Vindicator eSports Club from the Technological Institute of the Philippines are considered rookies but with a remarkable winning streak, they are sure to give us some great games.

The competition has a prize pool of $ 10, 000. It will start later today and end on November 13. It is being held at Taipei, Taiwan.

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CS:GO

World Electronic Sports Games 2016 Asia Pacific Finals [Stream Link]

Mineski and Expendables are our warriors in this CS:GO tournament and they’ll be fighting for their shot at the ¥ 500, 000 prize pool.

The competition will run until November 13 and is being held at Goyang, South Korea.

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WirForce 2016 Asian Invitation [Stream Link]

With Mineski choosing to go to South Korea, G1Wolves will be our representative in this competition. They’ve already qualified for the semi-finals and will go against Made in Thailand.

The competition has a prize pool of $ 10, 000. It will end on November 13 and is being held at Taipei, Taiwan.

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