MPGL Asian Championship

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[e][h]MPGL Asian Championship
League Information
Series:
Mineski Pro Gaming League Mineski Pro-Gaming League
Organizer:
Type:
Offline
Location:
Thailand Khon Kaen
Venue:
Central Khon Kaen
Teams:
4
Format:
Single Elimination Playoffs
Prize Pool:
$80,000 USD
Start Date:
2018-07-07
End Date:
2018-07-08
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Founded in 2010, the MPGL was conceived in order to prepare Filipino players for the world stage. With its success in doing so, it has been expanded to take a larger role in Southeast Asian Esports in 2014, culminating in the MPGL SEA Championship in 2016.But now, it’s become even bigger than before, with some of the best Dota 2 teams from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, India, Australia, Cambodia, Singapore, Myanmar, and Laos taking part in the MPGL Asian Championship.

Format[edit]

  • Four teams play in a single-elimination bracket.
  • Semifinals are played in a Bo3, while the finals are played in a Bo5.

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