The Asia-Pacific Predator League Grand Final was unfortunately postponed last year due to the still ongoing global pandemic crisis but the event is finally resuming this April as an online-only tournament. Given the new format, the competition will be divided into four sub-tournaments, two for Dota 2 and two for PUBG, with teams being pre-assigned to a designated sub-tournament based on their region.
The Asia-Pacific Predator League features a total prize pool of USD 400,000 that will be spread across the qualifiers as well as the four sub-tournaments. The winner of each of the sub-tournaments will also be awarded APAC Predator League Shield as well as Acer Predator products.
Six teams from the Philippines will be competing in the Asia-Pacific Predator League Grand Final this month, which runs from April 6 to 11, 2021. ArkAngel Esports, TroubleMaku, and Gamers Lounge will be part of one of the the two PUBG sub-tournaments while TNC Predator, Neon Esports, and Reckoning Esports will be competing in Dota 2.
To celebrate the start of the Asia-Pacific Predator League Grand Final this month, Predator is also offering up to a PHP 40,000 discount on select Predator laptops, desktops, and monitors until April 28, 2021 (or until supplies last). More information on the Asia-Pacific Predator League Grand Final as well as the promotion can be found on the official Predator Gaming Facebook page.