Predator League 2020 Philippine Finals Concluded; Miraculum Gaming, Neon Esports Advance to Asia Pacific FinalsDecember 6, 2019
After a grueling round employing mind-tricks, strategy, and sheer love of the sport, Neon Esports and Miraculum Gaming bested their opponents in respective tournaments and bagged the Philippine championships title at the recently concluded Predator League 2020 Philippine Finals held at SM North EDSA. Predator League is the most anticipated professional gaming tournament and the largest brand-initiated tournament in the Asia Pacific (APAC).
Predator, the brand with the most complete gaming devices, gathered the best of the best Philippine gamers to determine who shall represent the country in the Asia Pacific Predator League 2020, which is scheduled for Feb. 22-23 in Manila. They will face off with teams from Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, and Thailand.
“We are excited to see the teams Neon Esports and Miraculum Gaming showcase the best of Filipino talent against counterparts from the Asia-Pacific. Predator has always been proud of supporting esports athletes by coming up with innovative products to cater to their ever-changing esports needs. We hope that the APAC finals will also help foster camaraderie among the participants and elevate the esports industry not only in the Philippines but in the Asia Pacific, as well.” -Ms. Sue Ong-Lim, Predator General Manager.
Using speed, wit, and determination Neon Esports took home ₱150,000 and a slot at the APAC finals wherein they will compete together with TNC Predator for DOTA 2 and first runner-up Lowkey Esports who also took home ₱50,000 cash prize. SG Dragons placed second runner-up with a cash prize of ₱35,000 while Cignal Ultra placed third with ₱15,000.