After the conclusion of the Selangor Cyber Games and WESG SEA, esports fans and competitors in Malaysia can now look forward to another big tournament just around the corner – the Predator League 2020.
If you not familiar with the Predator League, it is one of the biggest annual esports tournaments in Asia, with this year’s competition boasting a total prize pool of USD 400,000 (~RM 1.65 million). Competitors from participating countries all over Asia will have to enter and win their national qualifiers in order to qualify for the Asia-Pacific finals to get their hands on a chunk of that sizeable cash prize pool.
The online prelims of the Malaysian qualifiers for Dota 2 have already taken place, and the finals are set to take place this weekend at the Level Up KL gaming convention. But for PUBG though, the online prelims will only be kicking off on 23rd November.
MET Malaysia has just revealed the prize pool split for the Malaysian qualifiers which include RM10,000 cash prize just for the champion alone. That’s not all though as there are still plenty of cash prizes and Predator hardware to go around until the 16th place but given the game’s popularity, we do expect some intense competition right here.
Registration for the PUBG qualifiers is still open at the time of writing, so head over to the Predator League website ASAP if you’re interested in joining for the chance to win some cash and represent Malaysia at the Predator League finals!
(Source: MET Malaysia.)