Bren Esports dominated the Asia-Pacific CS:GO championship

Organised by Genysis Cyber Esports, the Nvidia GeForce Cup Pacific Grand Finals 2019 showcased the top 10 CS:GO players of Asia-Pacific. The tournament has a whopping prize pool of US$20,000 (P 1,000,000):

The event was held in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia last January 11 – 12 with 10 players from 10 different countries.

  1. ex-Genuine Gaming (Australia)
  2. Team A Point (Cambodia)
  3. Entity Gaming (India)
  4. BOOM Esports (Indonesia)
  5. Darkhorse (Malaysia)
  6. Team Impunity (Myanmar)
  7. Bren Esports (Philippines)
  8. GMCC (Singapore)
  9. Maple (Thailand)
  10. Revolution (Vietnam)

Since the start of the tournament, Bren Esports were gunning down opponents left and right, easily securing victories for all four matches in their respective group stage. Thailand’s Maple was also doing well before winning 2-0 for both semi-finals. In the grand final Maple lost a 2 – 0 streak against Bren Esports. The Filipino powerhouse bagged the winning prize of US$8,000 cash prize, with first runner-up Maple and second runner-up BOOM Esports’ rewarded with US$5,000 and US$3,000, respectively.

Champion – Bren Esports

  • Deko “Papichulo” Evangelista
  • Chris “Pro.” Martir
  • Jim Albert “BORKUM” Timbreza
  • Riley “witz” Go
  • Patrick “Derek” Lacson

The tournament was held at Battle Arena Malaysia on 11 – 12 Jan, filled with a plethora of activities that kept audiences engaged, such as a friendly match between Fiera FendiNoel Nuo Yao and the players, and various contests for fans to win prizes.

Congratulations to Bren Esports CS:GO team for another victory!

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