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Predator League 2020/2021

[e][h]Predator League 2020/2021
League Information
Asia Pacific Predator League Asia Pacific Predator League
Philippines Manila
Prize Pool:
$200,000 USD
Liquipedia Tier:
Note: Tournament was originally scheduled to take place from February 19th to 23rd before being postponed on February 5th due to the threat posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.[1] It was announced that the tournament will take place on Spring 2021.[2]

This tournament has been confirmed as postponed.
If the new dates for this tournament have been announced, please update this page.


Prize Pool[edit]

Partcipating Teams[edit]

TNC Predator
1Philippines Gabbi
2Philippines Armel
3Australia kpii
4Philippines Tims
5South Korea March
CSouth Korea Febby
496 Gaming1
1Vietnam 458
2Vietnam htz
3Vietnam Datbb
4Vietnam Yasy
5Vietnam Bombi
CVietnam Magical
5Vietnam Ken
Main Roster
Sara Kollo
1 TBD 
2 TBD 
3 TBD 
4 TBD 
5 TBD 
1Taiwan kaloqi
2Taiwan VMP
3Taiwan Yu
4Taiwan Hina
5Taiwan Mon
1 Vietnam Red and Vietnam Yasy left 496 Gaming on January 30th, 2020.[3] They were replaced by Vietnam Vivian and Vietnam Ken.
2 Lowkey Esports disbanded on February 26.[4]
3 ex-Lowkey renamed to GoodFellaz.
4 Philippines RR is replaced by Philippines Jaunuel on February 29th.
5 Myanmar Leo is replaced by Myanmar Mice on May 25th.[5]
6 Philippines Sirc is replaced by Philippines skem on May 29th.[6]
7 Flower Gaming became New Esports.
8 Myanmar Rap Rap is replaced by Myanmar Kalay99 on July 12th.[7]
9 Philippines Rappy is replaced by Philippines Sam_H on July 18th.[8]
10 Reality Rift parted ways with Indonesia Drew on August 1st.[9]



  1. PredatorGaming (2020-02-05). "We are postponing the #PredatorLeague2020 tournament to either June or July in response to the 2019-nCoV outbreak".
  2. PredatorGamingPhilippines (2020-06-09). "The Asia Pacific Predator League 2020 is Postponed to Spring 2021".
  3. 496 Dota (2020-01-30). "Thank you Yasy & Red". Facebook.
  4. flysolo55 (2020-02-26). "This is my 1st time to post about an org/company.".
  5. veteranEsport (2020-05-24). "Veteran is back". Facebook. Retrieved 2020-05-25.
  6. NeonEsportsDota (2020-05-29). "Summer 2020/21 Update". Twitter.
  7. veteranEsport (2020-07-12). "Welcome Kalay99". Facebook. Retrieved 2020-07-12.
  8. NeonEsports (2020-07-18). "Today we say goodbye to a true hero of Neon Esports; Rafael Sicat ‘Rappy’ Palo is departing the team.".
  9. Reality Rift Dota2 (2020-07-20). "We're saying goodbye to Drew today and this post is about thanks and wishing him best". Facebook.