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Register now for the Manila Masters SEA Open Qualifiers

Posted by Cristy "Pandoradota2" Ramadani at 04 April 2017 10:00

Manila Masters SEA open qualifier registration is now open, with the event kicking off April 8th.

Between April 8-9th eager SEA orgs can take a shot at becoming one of four teams to land themselves a place in the regional qualifiers.

There, the qualified teams will match up against eight of the biggest names in the region - Team Faceless, WarriorsGaming.Unity, Mineski, Geek Fam, Rex Regum Qeon, WarriorsGaming.Youth, Fnatic and Evos.

Only one team will emerge victorious at the end and join seven of the best teams in the world to compete for a slice of the $250,000 prize pool.

Registration for the Manila Masters SEA open qualifiers can be found HERE and be sure to join the official Discord Channel upon enrollment.

Take note that Filipino and PH based teams are not permitted to register for the event. Instead they are required to participate in the Pinoy Tour HERE. Although it began last weekend, events will be held in 20 different cities all over the Philippines and continue each weekend through April 23rd.

 

Manila Masters Qualifiers Schedule:
All times are in GMT+8 (SGT/PHT)

Manila Masters SEA Open Qualifiers
 

Saturday, April 8

15:00 SGT/PHT: Ro512
16:20 SGT/PHT: Ro256
17:40 SGT/PHT: Ro128
19:00 SGT/PHT: Ro64
20:20 SGT/PHT: Ro32

Sunday, April 9

15:00 SGT/PHT: Ro16
18:30 SGT/PHT: Ro8

All Day 1 matches are bo1, Day 2 bo3.

Manila Masters SEA Regional Qualifiers
 

Monday, April 10

18:00 SGT/PHT: Upper Bracket Round 1
21:00 SGT/PHT: Upper Bracket Round Round 2

Tuesday, April 11

18:00 SGT/PHT: Lower Bracket Round 1
21:00 SGT/PHT: Upper Bracket Round Round 3

Wednesday, April 12

18:00 SGT/PHT: Lower Bracket Round 2
21:00 SGT/PHT: Lower Bracket Round 3

Thursday, April 13

18:00 SGT/PHT: Upper Bracket Final
21:00 SGT/PHT: Lower Bracket Round 4

Friday, April 14

18:00 SGT/PHT: Lower Bracket Final
21:00 SGT/PHT: Grand Finals

Manila Masters

 

 

The Mall of Asia

The Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, Philippines is a rather new, state-of-the-art in-door venue. The arena was only inaugurated in 2012 and has a seating capacity of 16,000 for sporting events, and a full house capacity of 20,000.

It hosted ESL One Manila in April 2016 and Manila Major in June 2016.

 

Source: Manila Masters website

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