Welcome to ESL’s National Championship in Malaysia/Singapore

Malaysia and Singapore’s best Dota2 National teams fight for USD12,000

The Season 2 of ESL Malaysia & Singapore Championship will feature 8 of the best Dota 2 teams from the country, where they will compete for a total prize pool of USD12,000 and the chance to be named the best Dota 2 team in the country!

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Congratulations to all those who has participated and represented their home countries, you have definitely brought pride to each of your countries!

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