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This weekend, the FSL continues its action with Taiwanese teams up for Arena of Valor, while Thai teams will be competing for a spot in the Elite tournament in League of Legends. Remember to tune in to Yahoo TV for the matches!
Female Esports League Circuit - Arena of Valor (Southeast Asia, Taiwan)
Vietnam: 11-12 Jan
Taiwan: 18 Jan
Thailand: 1-2 Feb
Malaysia/Singapore/Philippines/Indonesia: 8-9 Feb
Livestream: Watch it live on Yahoo TV
The FSL Circuit for Arena of Valor is back, featuring the best female players from Southeast Asia and Taiwan! The top teams of the tournament will face off in the Elite segment in Singapore this March. Be sure to catch all the action on Yahoo TV!
Female Esports League Circuit - League of Legends (Southeast Asia)
Vietnam: 4 Jan
Thailand: 18-19 Jan
Philippines: 1-2 Feb
Singapore/Malaysia/Indonesia: 15-16 Feb
Livestream: Watch it live on Yahoo TV
The best female players in League of Legends will be fighting for the top spot of the FSL Elite later this March in Singapore. As with Arena of Valor, you can catch all the action live on Yahoo TV!
League of Legends Pacific Championship Series (Asia)
The inaugural Pacific Championship Series (PCS) will kick off in February! A merger of the League of Legends Master Series and the League of Legends Southeast Asia Tour, the PCS will see some of the best teams in Asia facing off. Get ready for some premier League of Legends action!
Alpha Esports (Taipei)
G-Rex Gaming (Hong Kong)
Hong Kong Attitude (Hong Kong)
J Team (Taipei)
Liyab Esports (Manila)
Nova Esports (Bangkok)
Talon (Hong Kong)
Asia Pacific Predator League 2020 (The Philippines)
Date: 20 - 23 February 2020
Venue: SM Mall of Asia Arena
The Acer Predator League pits all of Asia Pacific’s finest Dota and PUBG teams against each other for the lion’s share of the US$200,000 prize pool. The grand finals of the tournament features the following teams, with more on the way:
Flower Gaming (Malaysia)
Neon Esports (The Philippines)
Lowkey Esports (The Philippines)
Reality Rift (Singapore)
ONE Esports DOTA 2 World Pro Invitational Jakarta (Indonesia)
Date: 17 - 19 April 2020
Venue: Indonesia Convention Exhibition
ONE Esports partners with PGL to bring fans of DOTA 2 a new series of US$500,000 tournaments in Southeast Asia. This particular Indonesian tournament will have 12 of the world’s best teams clash next April.
EVO Japan 2020 (Japan)
Date: 24 - 26 January
Venue: Makuhari Messe
The best Asian players will be participating in this EVO Championship fighting game tournament. The games featured include Street Fighter V Arcade Edition, Tekken 7, BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle, and Samurai Shodown.
Notable Asian entrants include Dogura, Fenritti, Kane Blueriver, Sako, Momochi, Gachikun, Nemo, Infiltration, Tokido, and Daigo.
DreamLeague Season 13 (International)
Date: 18 - 26 January
Venue: Leipziger Messe
The second major of the 2019/20 Dota Pro Circuit season will be underway late January, with a prize pool of US$1 million and 15,000 DCP points up for grabs for the top teams. The Asian and Chinese teams who will be participating will be:
Fnatic (Southeast Asia)
Team Aster (China)
Vici Gaming (China)
Invictus Gaming (China)
TNC Predator (Southeast Asia)
Reality Rift (Southeast Asia)
Intel Extreme Masters Season XIV Counter-Strike (Katowice)
Date: 25 February - 1 March
Venue: International Congress Centre, Katowice
Intel’s Counter-Strike: GO tournament series is now in its 14th season, featuring a US$500,000 prize pool. Notable Asian teams include ViCi Gaming which features Malaysian pro player Kaze among China players ZhokiNg, AumaN, Advent, JamYoung, and GRiFFIN.
Konistra University of Malaya Esports Tournament (Malaysia)
Date: 29 February - 1 March
Venue: Kolej Kediaman Tun Syed Zahiruddin, University Malaya
Malaysians who want to test their Tekken 7, PUBG, Dota 2, Mobile Legends, and FIFA 20 mettle will want to check out this grassroots tournament this February. Prize pools here are worth RM1,500++; all you need is RM25 per person to sign up.
AESF e-Masters Invitational Tournament (China)
Date: 22 February - 3 March
Venue: Shenzhen Bay Sports Centre
This upcoming tournament series is hosted by the Asian Electronic Sports Federation, recognised by the Olympic Council of Asia. The games that will be used for the tournament include Arena of Valor, Pro Evolution Soccer 2020, and WarCraft 3: The Frozen Throne.
The countries that are eligible include:
Notable teams who will be in the tournament include:
Hong Kong Attitude
Hainan Master Invitational (China)
Date: 15th January - 7th February (online qualifiers), 3rd-8th March (Offline)
Venue: Haikou (TBA)
An upcoming China Dota 2 tournament that will feature qualifier tournaments all across the world. This tournament features a US$200,000 prize pool. In any case, expect the top Chinese Dota 2 players to duke it out in the March offline finals.
Overwatch League 2020 (International)
Date: February - August 2020
Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/overwatchleague
The best Overwatch teams in Asia will be fighting against competition from America and Europe in next year’s big Overwatch tournament. The teams are divided into both the Atlantic and Pacific conference for this massive league tournament.
New York Excelsior
Los Angeles Gladiators
Los Angeles Valiant
San Francisco Shock