This weekend four teams will compete in the ONE Esports Dota 2 Jakarta Invitational Indonesia Regional Qualifier.
A prize pool of US$6,600 and a coveted spot at the ONE Esports Dota 2 Jakarta Invitational is up for grabs.
How to watch
Due to health and safety concerns, the Indonesia Regional Qualifier will be a closed-door event. However, you can still catch all the action online. We’ll be streaming every game right here at oneesports.gg, where we’ll have the stream playing right at the top of the home page.
We’ll also be streaming every game on our Twitch, YouTube and Twitter. You’ll also be able to catch the latest VODs here in case you miss any of the action live. Those who want to watch it being cast in Chinese can also turn to Huya and Huomao.
Alternatively, you can also watch the games live on our Facebook page.
Saturday, March 14
- Upper Bracket Semifinal 1 — 10.00 a.m (GMT +7).
- Upper Bracket Semifinal 2 — 2.30 p.m (GMT +7).
- Upper Bracket Final — 6.30 p.m (GMT +7).
Sunday, March 15
- Lower Bracket Semifinal — 10.00 a.m (GMT +7).
- Lower Bracket Final — 2.30 p.m (GMT +7).
- Grand Final — 6:30 p.m (GMT +7).
Tyrants Uprising – Singapore
Tyrants Uprising won the Singapore Open Qualifiers, defeating Cerberus Gaming 2-0 in the Grand Finals on the back of an excellent performance by Song “Sylevan” Yong Le.
Team Oracle – Malaysia
Team Oracle won the Malaysia Open Qualifiers, defeating LGD.International 2-0 in the Grand Finals, thanks to strong showings from Ou “No7” Meng on Void Spirit and Steven “Monster” Noel.
T1 – Indonesia
T1 won the Indonesian Open Qualifiers, defeating Army Geniuses in the Grand Finals. T1 looks like one of the favorites right now, with a core boasting veteran pros, Dominik “Black^” Reitmeier and Muhammad “inYourdreaM” Rizky.
Boom Esports – Invited Team
Joining the three online qualifiers will be Indonesia’s Boom Esports, a promising young Dota 2 team who have just returned to Indonesia after a stellar fourth-place finish at the Kyiv Minor.