Filipino Teams Shine as Group Stages Conclude in the Asia Pacific Predator League 2024 Grand Finals

The Asia Pacific Predator League 2024 Grand Finals commenced with a spectacular showcase of skill and intense matches during the Group Stages. Filipino teams have emerged as formidable contenders as the Group Stages concluded, adding excitement and anticipation to this premier esports tournament featuring 26 VALORANT and Dota 2 teams from the region. They are all in pursuit of the prestigious Predator Shield and a share of the substantial $200,000 prize pool.

In the realm of Dota 2, Filipino powerhouses Blacklist Rivalry and Execration have successfully advanced to the semi-finals, solidifying their positions among the elite competitors.

Blacklist Rivalry, led by the world-renowned midlaner Abed Yusop, lived up to high expectations by dominating Group A with an impressive 4-0 record. Their methodical gameplay was on full display as they systematically dismantled opponents, with an average match duration of only 30 minutes. Demonstrating that it's not merely a one-man show, offlaner Kim ‘Gabbi’ Santos showcased exceptional form, accumulating 59 assists across their matches.

Execration, despite sharing a group with the dominant Blacklist Rivalry, secured a spot in the semi-finals by dropping only a single game against the stars of Blacklist Rivalry. Execration secured victories against Malaysian team Mythic Avenue Gaming, fellow Filipino squad ZOL Esports, and India-based Whoops, with Mark ‘Bob’ Urbino leading the charge with an impressive 11 KDA ratio.

On the other side of the bracket, Team Aster from China topped Group B behind Gu ‘Han’ Jiahan’s stellar performance in the midlane. The Chinese team lost only one match in the Group Stages against fellow semi-finalist IHC Esports. The Mongolians showcased their constantly improving quality in Dota 2, continuing to create magical moments in LAN events throughout the year.

In the world of VALORANT, the Philippine juggernaut Team Secret emerged unscathed in Group D, delivering dominant performances against the Malaysian side TODAK and Singapore’s Ender Dragon. Unfortunately, other Filipino squads Oasis Gaming and ZOL Esports couldn’t progress beyond their respective groups.

As the tournament progresses, Team Secret will face off against Team Flash from Vietnam, Japan’s FAV Gaming, and BOOM Esports from Indonesia. FAV Gaming and BOOM Esports remained undefeated in Group A and Group C, respectively.

With two more action-packed days of high-level competition scheduled for this weekend, fans can expect another Thrilla in Manila at the SM MOA Arena on January 13 and 14, 2024.

For those seeking more information and updates about the Asia Pacific 2024 Predator League Grand Finals, visit or the official website

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