Razer to host $15,000 DOTA 2 tournament in Singapore IT show

Tournament to be held from March 8 to 11; features teams from Malaysia and Philippines.

The last time a big event involving the upcoming multiplayer online battle arena title DOTA 2 was held in Singapore was back in December last year. Peripheral company Razer will be hosting a new DOTA 2 tournament where the winning prize pool is worth $15,000.

The Razer DOTA 2 Tournament will be held in the upcoming Singapore IT Show at Hall 602 in the Suntec Convention Center. The tournament will be held from March 8 to 11.

The teams invited for the five-versus-five single elimination tournament include Orange e-Sports from Malaysia and Mineski from the Philippines. The event will be streamed live on Rapture Gaming's Twitch account. Gamers interested in signing up to compete can do so on this link; the registration fee is S$10 ($7.95) and there are currently 11 slots available at this point in time.

Teams can also issue an open public challenge against Mineski via on March 8 and 9, with prizes worth up to $1,000 up for grabs. Players can do so at this email address.

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I don't understand the english in the video and in the first comment below... :P What do you mean prolly a court room?


the real DOTA tournament hasnt even begun yet, the battlefield, prolly a court room or negotiating table pew pew