Asia Pacific Predator League Finals to take place in Thailand in February, Team Immunity to represent ANZ

Esports giants, Team Immunity, will be representing the ANZ region this February during the annual Asia-Pacific Predator League Finals in Thailand.

Team Immunity will be battling against the best of the Asia-Pacific region, earning a spot in the Grand Final series after winning the OCE Open Series for PlayerUnknown’s Battleground (PUBG).

With a prize pool of $250,000 USD, competition will be fierce as Esports continues to grow in all of the APAC region.

Acer Predator League Finals

With games being played and broadcast from the February 15 through 17, fans of PUBG or new followers will be to enjoy the action. With brilliant casting talent and in-depth analysis of each match, there’s something for all fans at the 2019 Asia-Pacific Finals series.

The local boys, Team Immunity, are going to need all the support they can get so cheer them on and let them know we are in their corner on Twitter & Facebook.

As well as PUBG, Dota2 finals will be played at the Predator League Finals. With such a popularity in the Asia-Pacific region, it is certain that Dota2 series will be intense as teams look to refine their gameplay ahead of the upcoming major tournaments later in the year.

The Predator brand launched in 2015, dedicated to providing top of the line gear to gamers and supporting the growing Esports industry. As Esports continue to grow, it is clear that Acer will be there every step of the way by supporting events and teams through the Predator brand, and in doing so helps equip the next generation of professional gamers.

More information on the Predator League Finals can be found on the official site.

Jamie Sherlock
Jamie Sherlock
Gamer, writer & sports enthusiast. I'm interested in all things RPG and stats. I believe fantasy sports teams is just DnD for the guys who made fun of kids who like DnD, but that doesn't stop me from participating in either hobbies. Unashamed Blizzard & Wizards of the Coast fanboy, if you got a problem with that you best roll initiative punk!

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