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Made in Philippines’ Wins, Advancing to the Asia Pacific Predator League 2024 Grand Finals

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The Predator League Philippine Finals for Dota 2 concluded spectacularly at SM North EDSA Cyberzone on November 12, 2023. In a thrilling grand finale, the resilience of two remarkable teams, Smurfers and Made in Philippines (MIPH), took center stage.

Beyond the quest for the championship, both teams sought to catch the attention of established organizations capable of providing the resources needed for greater success.

Asia Pacific Predator League 2024

In their journey to the finals, Smurfers delivered a stunning 2-1 reverse sweep against Neon Esports, led by Wong “ChuaN” Hock Chuan and Ryan “Raging Potato” Qui, while MIPH decisively swept InterActive Philippines 2-0. Ultimately, it was Made in Philippines that emerged triumphant with a 2-0 sweep in the final showdown.

The intense battle between these rising Dota 2 squads left a lasting impression. In Game 1, Julius “JG” Galeon's early midlane control and Glenard “Rupido” Rugay's teamfight presence on Dark Seer secured MIPH's victory. In Game 2, MIPH faced a challenge as Smurfers' Philip “Karma” Torres and Ivan Neil “Fiend” Valencia gained momentum, but MIPH strategically engaged during crucial moments to secure the win.

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Kryte “LuziFy” Gabriel earned the Intel MVP title in the series, receiving a Predator Helios Neo 16 and ₱10,000.

Made in Philippines' victory in the Philippine Finals opens doors for them to showcase their skills at the Asia Pacific Predator League 2024 Grand Finals at the SM Mall of Asia Arena on January 13–14, 2024. Alongside the honor, MIPH secured ₱250,000, while Smurfers earned ₱100,000. Neon Esports and InterActive Philippines received ₱55,000 each for their commendable efforts.

MIPH's underdog saga continues as they prepare to face formidable competition from other top Dota 2 teams in the region, including Blacklist International, Execration, and defending Asia Pacific Predator League champions Polaris Esports.

Shoutcasters Rain Zerlyn Manaig, Aries “Kalbz” Alejandro, and Michael Angelo “Alo” Zomil provided commentary, while Allyza Taylor and Justin “Vill” Villaserin added flair to the event as hosts. Predator ambassadors Kang Dupet, KuyaNic, MaggieKarp, AmaraTV, and Een Mercado enhanced the overall experience.

As the event concluded, Filipino rock band Urbandub performed the victory anthem, marking the close of a thrilling competition.

For more information and updates about Predator League, visit www.facebookcom/PredatorGamingPhilippines.
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