Corsair rolls out its Asia Cup online tournament for DOTA2
New Delhi, India, April 15, 2014: Corsair, a worldwide designer of high-performance PC gaming hardware, today announced the first ever Corsair Asia Cup online tournament for DOTA2. Prizes include US$3,000 cash plus over US$2,000 worth of best-in-class Corsair K70 keyboards featuring Cherry MX mechanical switches, Vengeance gaming headsets and Raptor M45 mice. In addition, prizes will include five Corsair Voyager Go flash drives with USB OTG technology that will enable five lucky winners to use them with their OTG-ready Android smartphones.
Registrations for the Corsair Asia Cup qualifiers are now open and will close April 18, 2014, with 8 invited teams and 12 qualifying teams expected to participate from April 28 – May 10, 2014. Two of the invited teams are Titan from Malaysia and Mineski from the Philippines. Stay tuned for the announcements of the other teams as we move forward.
The first round of qualifiers will take place on April 21-24, and will include teams from Taiwan, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, and Vietnam. The second round will be held from April 23-25, for Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. Then the last round of qualifiers will be on April 26 and 27, for the rest of Asia.
Details of the tournament, prizes and teams are available at www.corsair-asiacup.com. Furthermore, the main event will be streamed online from this website. Broadcast details, including information on the DOTA2 In-Game tickets will be broadcast in the coming weeks.
Updates will also be available from Corsair’s regional Facebook pages as listed below: