Jammu Tawi: The Asia-Pacific Predators League Grand Final 2022 was held in Tokyo, Japan from November 11-13, where 30 teams from all over
gathered the Asia-Pacific region to show their skills in intense team battles. The first physical competition in three years was a success
it was completed and broadcast through various channels, resulting in a huge audience. Dota 2 and PUBG winning teams:
BATTLEGROUNDS tournaments shared a total prize pool of USD 260,000, and each received the assigned Predator shields.
“Unite As One – was the theme of the Tokyo 2022 grand final event. It was an exciting moment to see players finally meeting each other and competing together.
lead during this year’s Predator Series,” said Andrew Hou, President of Acer’s Pan Asia Pacific Operations. “Be sure we show ours
support for the gaming community and the esports ecosystem in the spirit of healthy competition.”
Dota 2 Highlights: Polaris Esports was the Dota 2 champion in the 2022 Predator League Grand Championship, and the team lost only one game throughout the
entire tournament. Their dominant performance during the Grand Finals, leading a valiantly fought Execration, was wowed by the audience.
and finished the competition with second place.
Third place was awarded to up-and-coming GrindSky Esports, and their performance surprised many after the new team’s bravery
performances throughout the competition.
PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS Highlights: For the PUBG tournament, champions Genius Esports dominated the battlefields, posting a 70-point margin
above other teams.
DWG KIA, who showed strong gameplay and set the tone of the tournament from day one, finished in second place. ArkAngel Predator finished with a
a well deserved 3rd place win, with their patient and consistent style of play throughout their matches.
Intel MVP: Apart from the group awards, individual merits were also awarded to outstanding players, namely Ezqelusia
from Attack All Around and ATee from Yangon Galacticos as they were declared Intel MVPs during their