Two-day league to be held at Alienware Arena; 41 teams confirmed.
Singapore eSports gaming team and agency Flash eSports will be hosting a Dota 2 tournament for locals to participate called the Flash Dota 2 League 2013.
The tournament for the first season will be held from January 26 to 27, and will be at the Alienware Arena located at Lucky Chinatown, 211 New Bridge Road, in Singapore. According to the official forums, the 64-team tournament already has 41 confirmed teams at this point in time.
The tournament will also be having a shoutcasting competition; eight shoutcasters have been confirmed. According to a blog post from Flash eSports founder Terence Ting (via Robots Gone Bad), other titles up for consideration for league play under the agency are StarCraft II and Counterstrike: Global Offensive, along with other titles.
Interested parties can register for the tournament here.
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