The Esports Club, in partnership with Intel, has opened the registration process for South Asia and Southeast Asia qualifiers for the TEC Challenger Series.
The open qualification process will kick off on December 13-16, which has been broken down into two regions: South Asia and Southeast Asia, with both having four spots in the main event up for grabs.
Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam are all eligible to compete in the Southeast Asia qualifier. On the other hand, South Asia Qualifier will open for teams from Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka to participate.
Registration for the open qualifiers is already open and can be done via the following links:
- Southeast Asia Open Qualifier (December 13-16) – Register
- South Asia Open Qualifier (December 13-16) – Register
- Main Event (December 17-24)
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The main event of TEC Challenger Series will span eight days to play in a double-elimination, best-of-three playoffs. The US$20,000 tournament will then culminate in a best-of-five grand final on December 24 at 6.30 PM SGT (UTC+8), where two teams will square off for the grand prize of US$10,000.
Further information can be found on the respective TEC event pages.
The prize money breakdown for the main event is the following:
MVP – US$1,000
Cover photo courtesy of The Esports Club (TEC)