The top teams from Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, South Asia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Japan and Australia/New Zealand will battle in Manila for not only their slice of the $5000 prizepool, but also the chance to compete in Phase 3 of the ROG Masters in the APAC Finals.
(See Also: A Recap of the South Asian Finals)
The APAC Finals will have 8 teams from both CS:GO and Dota 2 competing for the chance to represent the region and join the best from the Americas, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa,) and China to compete for the lion’s share of the USD 250,000 prize pool for each game. Only one team from each game will qualify for the APAC Finals. Here are the teams who will be competing for that 1 slot.
|Qualifier Region||Dota 2 Winner||CS:GO Winner|
|Malaysia||HighGround||Fire Dragoon E-Sports|
|Thailand||Aggressive Slayer||Signature Gaming|
|Singapore||abc||One Time Wonder|
|Australia and New Zealand||SkateMasters||Grayhound Gaming|
|South Asia||Signify||Entity Gaming|
|Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau||-||GoldenMix|
|Open Regional Qualifier #1||Nomadic||5Power Club|
|Open Regional Qualifier #2||496 Production||-|
We assume that spectators will be allowed to attend the event in person for a nominal fee. The event will also be streamed on the ROG Master’s Twitch Channel.