Bah!!! Would like to do the TF2 one but I'm a lone wolf. How am I meant to find to find 5 other people.
Asia Pacific online tournament will have a prize pool of $13,000; games include DOTA 2, League of Legends, and Team Fortress 2.
PC gaming brand Alienware has announced the launch of an Asia-Pacific online gaming tournament. The tournament will span across Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia, India, Japan and China, with registrations open from July 11. The tournament will have a prize pool of US$13,000, which will be awarded to the top performing teams throughout the competition.
The tournament format is tiered to cater to both professionals and amateurs, and includes titles such as Dota 2, League of Legends, and Team Fortress 2. The victorious teams from each game's online league will qualify for the national finals in October, which will determine the winners throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Additionally, the winning DOTA 2 team will have the opportunity to represent their country at the Asian Cyber Games DOTA 2 Grand Finals in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Alienware will also provide US$10,000 travel expenditure for the team.
Teams must register before July 29 to participate. Registration for each game can be found by following the links below.
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