Weekly esports guide (16 - 23 November): FSL Dota 2, Valorant action and more

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If you have an esports event or listing for Southeast Asia you’d like to have considered for this weekly update, please email yahootvsg@verizonmedia.com. For other esports news updates, visit https://sg.news.yahoo.com/esports/ and check out Yahoo Esports Southeast Asia’s Facebook page.

The Female Esports League returns this weekend with Dota 2 action. For First-Person Shooter fans, Valorant’s First Strike and the AOC Masters kick off this week, while FSL’s Valorant tournament is scheduled for the following weekend.

Do note that the status of some events may have changed after publishing because of the coronavirus.

Female Esports League Dota 2 Open III

Female Esports League Dota 2 Open III
Female Esports League Dota 2 Open III

Date: 21 - 22 November

Venue: Online

Stream: Watch in live on Yahoo TV

The Female Esports League is back again with more Dota 2 action. Featuring the best female players from Southeast Asia, who will take the crown this time?

Female Esports League Valorant Open V

Date: 28 - 29 November

Venue: Online

Stream: Watch in live on Yahoo TV

Fans of First-Person Shooters will be delighted to know that the FSL Valorant Open is back for its fifth time. Featuring some of the top female players in Southeast Asia, the FSL Valorant Open V is sure to satisfy your itch for FPS action.

2020 League of Legends All-Star Run The Rift 2020

2020 League of Legends All-Star Run The Rift 2020
2020 League of Legends All-Star Run The Rift 2020

Date: 18 - 20 December

Venue: Online

Stream: https://lolesports.com/

All-Star is a celebration of our sport’s most-loved personalities duking it out in League of Legends. With All-Star going online, pros and influencers will be playing from their home or regional studio.

The tournament is divided into two stages: Underdog Uprising and Superstar Showdown. It will also involve teams from the LCK, LPL, LCS, and LEC in the Superstar Showdown bout.

Game Changer: Communities

Date: 19 November

Time: 8pm (+8 GMT)

Stream: Watch live on Yahoo TV

Host Deborah “Wolfsbanee” Sim will be back on Yahoo TV with her next guest for Game Changer: Communities!

Meta.us Philippines Dota 2 Leagues

Meta.us Philippines Dota 2 Leagues
Meta.us Philippines Dota 2 Leagues

Date: Every Thursday and Friday, August 2020 to January 2021

Time: 8pm (GMT +8)

Stream: www.facebook.com/metamaster

Filipino Dota 2 players of all skills levels, there's a special league just for you! JBL has teamed up with esports platform meta.us to create a weekly Dota 2 league running for a grand total of 6 months all the way to January 2021.

Players can register weekly for their Open series to play in a 32-team single elimination competition happening every Thursday and Friday at 8pm (GMT +8).

This league features a ranking system which will promote teams that place high consistently in the Opens into Junior and later Senior series. Not playing but want to catch the newest Filipino Dota 2 teams in action? Tune in at www.facebook.com/metamaster during competition time to watch the livestream casted by Lupon WxC!

Mobile Legends Professional League Invitational

ONE Esports Mobile Legends Professional League Invitational
ONE Esports Mobile Legends Professional League Invitational

Date: 26 November - 6 December

Venue: Online

Stream: http://oneesports.gg/MPLI

One Esports, Moonton, and the Ministry of Tourism & Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia will be hosting a Mobile Legends tournament featuring a grand prize pool of US$100,000.

The following teams will be in this tournament:

  • Alter Ego

  • Aurafire

  • Bigetron

  • EVOS Legends

  • Geek Fam ID

  • Genlix Aerowolf

  • ONIC Esports

  • RRQ Hoshi

  • Orange Louvre Esports

  • Todak

  • Burmese Ghouls

  • Ronin Esports

  • Aura PH

  • Blacklist International

  • Bren Esports

  • Execration

  • Omega PH Esports

  • ONIC PH

  • EVOS SG

  • Resurgence

PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2020 Qualifier

PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2020 Qualifier
PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2020 Qualifier

Date: 11 - 12 November

Venue: Online

Stream: https://www.facebook.com/PUBGMOBILE.TW.OFFICIAL

The top teams from the previous PUBG trials and tournaments will be competing for the qualifying spot for the upcoming PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2020 on 24 November. The teams who are competing are:

Global Esports Xsset

LIT Esports

  • Asia Gaming

  • ahq e-Sports Club

  • UNicornGaming

  • Team QzL

  • Extreme Player

  • JUPLay Esports

  • Vain Glory

  • K7 Esports

Valorant First Strike Tournament (Southeast Asia)

Valorant First Strike
Valorant First Strike

Date: November - December

Venue: Online

Riot Games Southeast Asia and a number of esports partners like Mineski Philippines and The Gaming Company will be hosting a series of merit-based Southeast Asia country-based qualifiers starting November. You can register on the following links below.

Philippines: http://bit.ly/MineskiVxVReg

Thailand: https://pro.eslgaming.com/thailand/

Indonesia: https://valorant.oneup.co.id/

Singapore & Malaysia: https://valorantmy.com/ , https://valorantsg.com/

Taiwan & Hong Kong: https://www.talon.gg/

In addition, Riot Games Southeast Asia has announced the 2021 esports and collegiate competitive plans for Valorant which will provide opportunities for players across Southeast Asia, Taiwan, and Hong Kong to build their esports legacies in the 5v5 shooter

e-Delta League FIFA 21 2v2 (Singapore)

e-Delta League FIFA 21 2v2 (Singapore)
e-Delta League FIFA 21 2v2 (Singapore)

Date: 19 December (Finals)

Venue: Online

Registration: https://go.gov.sg/edl2020

Delta League SG will be hosting a 2v2 FIFA 21 tournament to cap off the end of 2020. The tournament features a Boys Open and Girls Open category, and is meant for 13 to 17-year olds.

League of Legends Wild Rift Community Open Tournament (Singapore)

League of Legends Wild Rift Community Open Tournament (Singapore)
League of Legends Wild Rift Community Open Tournament (Singapore)

Date: 26 - 29 November

Venue: Online

Registration: https://www.facebook.com/ReddentesSports/posts/760335827880782

Reddentes Sports and the Infocomm Media Development Authority are teaming up as part of the SG:Digital Wonderland to hold the first-ever League of Legends: Wild Rift tournament in Singapore. Features a prize pool of S$750 and is limited to 128 teams.

PVP Esports Campus Championship Season 2 (Singapore)

PVP Esports Campus Championship Season 2 (Singapore)
PVP Esports Campus Championship Season 2 (Singapore)

Date: August - December

Venue: Online

Registration: pvpesports.gg

The second season of PVP Esports Community Championships will be taking place starting this month until December, this time with the addition of Riot Games’ latest team-based shooter Valorant.

In addition, there will be an all-new Open Championship category alongside the Campus Championship, where gamers from all backgrounds and varying skill levels can participate.

Apart from Valorant, the games featured in this upcoming season include Mobile Legends.

GearVN PUBG League

GearVN PUBG League
GearVN PUBG League

Date: 19 - 27 November

Venue: Online

Stream: https://www.youtube.com/vptstudio

VPT Studio and GearVN will be hosting a PUBG Mobile tournament for aspiring Vietnam teams and players. The prize pool is US$2,157. The teams are:

  • Divine Esports

  • Venus Gaming

  • Mien Tay Base

  • X-Stadium Thu Duc

  • Oleter Esports

  • CERBERUS Esports

  • KingQueen Esports

  • TDZ Esports

  • The Expendables

  • Phoenix Gaming

  • Maoggy Esports

  • Samurai Warrio

  • Golden Guys

  • GameHome Esports

  • Team Number One

  • HM Esports

Mineski VxV (Philippines)

Mineski VxV (Philippines)
Mineski VxV (Philippines)

Date: 21 November - 6 December

Venue: Online

Stream: https://www.twitch.tv/mineskitv

A Valorant tournament organised by Riot Games and Mineski, and also part of the First Strike series. The confirmed teams so far are:

  • NXP.Aether

  • Subversive

  • ATLAS Esports

  • Bestial Esports

  • AG.Nefarious

  • KADILIMAN

  • DFT Revitalize

  • ANBU Elite Gaming

ESL Community Clash - Valorant (Southeast Asia)

ESL Community Clash - Valorant (Southeast Asia)
ESL Community Clash - Valorant (Southeast Asia)

Date: 10 October - 22 November

Venue: Online

Stream: https://www.youtube.com/eslasia

Registration: https://play.eslgaming.com/valorant/asia/valorant/challenger/community-clash-intel

Presented by Intel, this Southeast Asia region community tournament will feature a total prize pool of US$10,000. The tournament will feature two monthly finals which culminates in the ESL Community Clash Grand Finals on the 27 - 29 November.

ESL Thailand Championship 2020

ESL Thailand Championship 2020
ESL Thailand Championship 2020

Date: 3 - 6 December

Venue: Online

Stream: https://www.twitch.tv/ESL_Thailand

A Valorant tournament hosted by ESL Thailand, and part of the First Strike series. This tournament comes with a US$4,972 prize pool. So far the confirmed teams are:

  • Attack All Around

  • Sharper Esport

  • MiTH.Attitude

  • Overtime Esports

  • Daytrade Gaming

  • QConfirm

Brawl Stars Singapore Community Rumble (Singapore)

Brawl Stars Singapore Community Rumble (Singapore)
Brawl Stars Singapore Community Rumble (Singapore)

Date: 27 August - January 2021

Venue: Online

Registration: https://play.eslgaming.com/brawlstars/challenger/community-rumble-2020-singapore

Stream: https://www.twitch.tv/esl_asia

Supercell and ESL will be teaming up to launch the Brawl Stars Singapore Community Rumble, where the country’s Brawl Star players will be competing for a total prize pool of S$14,000 over a period of 6 months. After 3 weekly cups per month where 8 top teams are determined, a monthly finals will be held. The top team will win up to S$1,000 from the prize pool.

ZOTAC CUP Overwatch Community Tournament 2020 - Asia

ZOTAC CUP Overwatch Community Tournament 2020 - Asia
ZOTAC CUP Overwatch Community Tournament 2020 - Asia

Date: 20 November, 18 December

Venue: Online

Stream: https://www.facebook.com/ZOTACCup

ZOTAC will be hosting its annual Asia community tournament for up-and-coming Overwatch teams all across Asia. The tournament’s prize pool is US$420, with the lion’s share going to the winning team for both November and December’s bout.

PUBG Continental Series 3: Asia

PUBG Continental Series 3: Asia
PUBG Continental Series 3: Asia

Date: 5 - 20 November

Venue: Online

Stream: https://www.twitch.tv/playBATTLEGROUNDS

Asia’s official PUBG Mobile tournament will be happening this November to determine the region’s champions, and has a US$200,000 prize pool.

The teams are:

  • OGN Entus

  • Afreeca Freecs

  • Gen.G

  • Griffin

  • VRLU Ghibli

  • OP.GG SPORTS

  • Four Angry Men

  • MultiCircle Gaming

  • Newhappy

  • Infantry

  • Petrichor Road

  • Tianba

  • DetonatioN Gaming White

  • SunSister

  • K7 Esports

  • Global Esports Xsset

PUBG Mobile Campus Championship Indonesia 2020

Date: 5 November - December

Venue: Online

Stream/Registration: https://www.facebook.com/pg/PUBGMOBILE.ID.OFFICIAL

An officially-sanctioned PUBG campus tournament series in Indonesia. The winning team will get the lion’s share of the US$13,653 prize pool.

AOC Masters Tournament 2020

AOC Masters Tournament 2020
AOC Masters Tournament 2020

Date: 19 November - 13 December

Venue: Online

Website: https://aoc.com/home.html

A Southeast Asian Valorant tournament hosted by AOC Gaming and Mineski Global. Features a US$11,000 prize pool. The teams who will be participating are:

  • ahq e-Sports Club

  • Superdomineering

  • Only One Word

  • LEGENDs

  • Attack All Around

  • Overtime Esports

  • MiTH.Attitude

  • NongWaen

  • Team SMG

  • Team 600

  • Alter Ego

  • Frostwolf

  • TODAK

  • Kingsmen

  • Bren Esports

  • TMT Esports

Perfect World Dota 2 League (Asia)

Perfect World Dota 2 League (Asia)
Perfect World Dota 2 League (Asia)

Date: 28 October onward

Venue: Online

Website: https://pwl.pwesports.cn/

The best teams in Asia will be competing in this major Dota 2 league in Asia and features a US$67,000 prize pool. These are the confirmed teams so far:

  • For The Dream

  • Team MagMa

  • Phoenix Gaming

  • IO Dota2

  • Galaxy Racer

AMD Streamer Challenge: Triple Threat & Domination (Southeast Asia)

AMD Streamer Challenge
AMD Streamer Challenge

Date: September - December

Venue: Online

Stream: https://www.twitch.tv/amd

AMD will be bringing its streamer-led gaming series online and feature popular online personalities from East Asia and Southeast Asia.

There will be two tournaments: the Triple Threat which will involve Japanese and South Korean streamers in a Valorant tournament, and Domination, where streamer teams and their fans form teams in round robin fights involving Valorant and Fall Guys.

In addition, Fnatic will be making an appearance and Dota 2 fans will be able to sign up to play with or against them.