DOTA 2 South East Asia


Date:

  • 27th – 29th December 2013

Venue:

D’Marquee, Downtown East, Singapore

 How to Get There?

About The Location

By Bus

The bus that are going to DowntownEast are bus numbered 3, 5, 6, 12, 17, 21, 89, 354, 358

 By Train (MRT)

Just a 10-minute walk from the Pasir Ris MRT StationBy CarIf you are traveling from Pasir Ris Drive 8, you will turn right into Pasir Ris Drive 1. Cruise along Pasir Ris Drive 1 and turn left to Pasir Ris Drive 6. Travel along Pasir Ris Drive 6 and you will reach Downtown East.

 By FREE Shuttle Bus

Free shuttle bus service to Downtown East and Costa Sands Resort is available from 8:45am at Pasir Ris MRT Station. Click here for the bus schedule.

By Car

If you are traveling from Pasir Ris Drive 8, you will turn right into Pasir Ris Drive 1. Cruise along Pasir Ris Drive 1 and turn left to Pasir Ris Drive 6. Travel along Pasir Ris Drive 6 and you will reach Downtown East

If you are traveling from Loyang Ave, you will be connected to Pasir Ris Drive 3. Travel along Pasir Ris Drive 3 and you will reach Downtown East. Traffic along Pasir Ris Drive 3 can be heavy at times.

If you are traveling from Elias Road, you will be connected to Pasir Ris Drive 3. Travel along Pasir Ris Drive 3 and you will reach Downtown East. Traffic along Pasir Ris Drive 3 can be heavy at times.

If you are traveling from Changi Airport, please see directions below or DOWNLOAD a printable version.


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DOTA2 ACG 2013 will held at D’ Marquee

Welcome to Downtown East, where fun never stops, and life is always celebrated!

Downtown East is a Singapore’s premier lifestyle, recreational and entertainment hub catering to the wide interests of modern youths and families by bringing exciting activities and fun facilities all under one roof.

Here is a home to Costa Sands Resort, Singaporeans’ favourite resort away from home, and the popular water park, Wild Wild Wet.

There is also the entertainment and leisure centre E!hub, featuring a cinema, an arcade, Orchid Bowl, eXplorerkid ~ Singapore’s largest indoor family playground at a sprawling 35,000 square feet and a 25-metre high indoor Ferris Wheel.


Champions from national finals will represent respective countries in
AsianCyberGames 2013 DOTA 2  Championship

 
Brunei

India
 
Indonesia

Korea
  • Date: 10th November 2013
  • Venue: (Nexon Sponsorship League Season 1)
  • More Details: Korean | English
 
Malaysia

Philippines
  • Date: 26th – 27th October 2013
  • Venue: SMX Convention Center (Pinoy Gaming Festival)
  • National Final Details
 
Singapore
 
Thailand
  • Date: 25th September – 13th October 2013
  • Venue: Game World Fair at Future Park Rangsit.
  • National Final Details
 
Vietnam

E-Club wish to thank you all again for invaluable contributions, support, sponsors, partners, in preparing and covering this Asian Cyber Games Dota 2 Championship 2013.

AsianCyberGames Qualifiers were conducted by:

     
     

Live Stream:


Watch live video from RaptureGaming on www.twitch.tv

Onsite Commentators:

Toby “TobiWan” Dawson
Language: English
David “GoDz” Parker
Language: English
Flava
Language: English/Malay

Online Commentators:

   
Khoa “PewPew” Hoàng
Language: Vietnamese
Stream Channel
ThePorcelainLily
Language: English
Stream Channel
Marlon “Lon” Marcelo
Irymarc “TryQ” Gutierrez
Language: Filipino
Stream Channel
Treephob “Xyclopz” Tiangtrong
Language: English
Stream Channel
Yota
Language: Indonesian
Stream Channel
Arifeen Charawae
Language: Thai
Stream Channel
   
 
Yuri ’Puntero’ Volovik
Ruslan ‘Slon4ik’ Porohnyak

Language: Russian
Stream Channel
IronLD
Language: Hindi/Punjabi
Stream Channel
Taeyoon Lee
Language: Korean
Stream Channel
   
Christian “MeoMeoooooo” Dao
Minh “Ngay Bao” Velom
Language: Vietnamese
Stream Channel
Ned “Jerk” Edillor
Language: English/Filipino
Stream Channel
Rustam “Adekvat” Mavlutov
Language: Russian
Stream Channel
 
包子七煌七宝
Language: Chinese
Stream Channel
老七七煌七宝
Language: Chinese
Stream Channel

Schedule:

Day 1
27/12/2013 
10:00am – 10:30am Team registration and check-in
10:30am – 11:00am ACG DOTA 2 Opening Ceremony
11:00am ACG Dota 2 Championship Day 1 matches start.
11:00am – 12:30pm Matches A, C, D and E.
12:30pm – 2:00pm Matches B, K and G.
2:00pm – 3:30pm Matches F, L and M.
3:30pm – 5:00pm Matches N and O.
5:00pm – 6:30pm Match H.
6:30pm – 7:30pm Media Interview with ACG Dota 2 teams (@Media Lounge)
7:30pm – 8:30pm GE3 Activity.
Day 2
28/12/2013 
10:00am – 10:30am Arrival of ACG Dota 2 teams.
10:30am ACG Dota 2 Championship Day 2 matches start.
10:30am – 1:30pm Match P (BO3).
1:30pm – 4:00pm GE3 Activity.
4:00pm – 8:00pm Match Q (BO3).
8:00pm – 9:00pm GE3 Activity.
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Day 3
29/12/2013 
8:30am – 9:00am Arrival of ACG Dota 2 teams.
9:00am ACG Dota 2 Championship Day 3 matches start.
9:00am – 1:30pm Match I (BO3).
1:30pm – 6:00pm Match J (BO3, if needed).
6:00pm – 8:00pm GE3 Activity.
8:00pm – 9:00pm ACG Dota 2 All Star vs Public.
9:00pm – 9:30pm Prize Giving Ceremony.
AFTER EVENT ACG Dota 2 Celebratory dinner for all ACG Dota 2 teams.
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*Schedule is a guideline that we will try to adhere to.

 Match ID Team A  Team B   Winner Results 
A  Oblique Gaming  vs  RevivaL.UMS  Oblique Gaming
B  Titan  vs  Oblique Gaming  Titan
C  StarTale vs  AMD.Mineski  AMD.Mineski
D  MiTH-Trust  vs  Spirit Gaming  MiTH-Trust
E  First Departure  vs  Rex Regum.QEON  First Departure
F  Titan  vs  AMD.Mineski  AMD.Mineski
G  MiTH-Trust vs  First Departure  MiTH-Trust
H  AMD.Mineski vs  MiTH-Trust  AMD.Mineski
I (Game1)  AMD.Mineski vs  Titan  Titan
I (Game2)  AMD.Mineski  vs  Titan  Titan
J (Game1)  AMD.Mineski vs  Titan  Titan
J (Game2)  AMD.Mineski  vs  Titan  Titan
K  Rex Regum.QEON vs  RevivaL.UMS  Rex Regum.QEON
L  Spirit Gaming vs  Rex Regum.QEON  Rex Regum.QEON
M  StarTale vs  Oblique Gaming  StarTale
N  Titan vs  Rex Regum.QEON  Titan
O  First Departure  vs  StarTale  StarTale
P(Game1)  Titan  vs  StarTale  Titan
P(Game2)  Titan vs  StarTale  Titan
Q(Game1)  MiTH-Trust  vs  Titan  Titan
Q(Game2)  MiTH-Trust vs  Titan  Titan

Main Stage

Stage matches playing

Gallery


 

 

   
 
 
 
   

 
 
 
 
 

   
 
 
 
 
 
 

AsianCyberGames 2013 DOTA 2 Championship

Highlights of AsianCyberGames Championship 2013

Uploaded on Jan 7, 2014

Despite the one series advantage Mineski had over Titan, the Malaysian team manages to overcome them and grabs four consecutive wins to secure their grand prize of USD$15,000.

ACG Grand Final 2013 – Titan vs Mineski

Published on Dec 29, 2013

Despite the one series advantage Mineski had over Titan, the Malaysian team manages to overcome them and grabs four consecutive wins to secure their grand prize of USD$15,000.

Inside ACG: Sights and sounds at ACG Day 1 Part 1

Published on Dec 26, 2013

Inside ACG: Sights and sounds at ACG Day 1 Part 1 [a MineskiTV production]

Inside ACG: Sights and sounds at ACG Day 1 Part 2

Published on Dec 26, 2013

Inside ACG: Sights and sounds at ACG Day 1 Part 2 [a MineskiTV production]

Inside ACG: Sights and sounds at ACG Day 1 Part 3

Published on Dec 27, 2013

Inside ACG: Sights and sounds at ACG Day 1 Part 3 [a MineskiTV production]

Inside ACG: *Inside AMD.Mineski vs. Titan*

Published on Dec 27, 2013

Inside ACG: *Inside AMD.Mineski vs. Titan* Sights and sounds at ACG Day 1 Part 4 [a MineskiTV production]

Inside ACG: An interview with Mineski

Published on Dec 26, 2013

Inside ACG: An interview with Mineski [a MineskiTV production]

Interview with Tenbird after Startale’s elimination in ACG 2013

Published on Dec 27, 2013

Here is an interview with Tenbird after Startale’s loss to Titan @ ACG 2013.

Interview with Mineski Jessievash and Owa @ ACG 2013

Published on Dec 27, 2013

We caught up with JessieVash and Owa from Mineski after their win against MiTH-Trust at ACG. With the win, they secured themselves a day off and at least a second place finish in the tournament

Interview with MiTH|TnK @ Asian Cyber Games 2013

Published on Dec 28, 2013

On the very last day of Asian Cyber Games 2013, we caught up with the captain of MiTH.Trust to talk about his team’s third placing in the tournament.

Interview with Ohaiyo after Titan won Asian Cyber Games 2013

Published on Dec 29, 2013

We caught up with Ohaiyo for an interview after their win against Mineski in the grand final of Asian Cyber Games 2013.

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