Oasis Gaming Wins Predator League 2024 Philippine Championship
Oasis Gaming had a fiery start in the series, taking control of Split in the first map. The team’s aggression proved to be too much for ZOL to handle, as they won the map 13-7.
Oasis Gaming continued their momentum in Ascent, taking a commanding 7-0 lead in the first half. However, ZOL showed some fight, clawing their way back to make the score 9-8. But Oasis Gaming was able to close out the map 13-10, securing the championship.
Oasis Gaming’s Xavier “xavi8k” Juan was named the Intel MVP of the tournament for his clutch plays in both games. He will bring home a Predator Helios Neo 16 and Php10,000 for his impressive performance.
Oasis Gaming Wins Predator League 2024 is a testament to their growing talent and potential. The team has been on a steady rise in the Philippine VALORANT scene, and their championship win is a major milestone for them.
ZOL Esports to Represent Philippines in APAC Predator League Grand Finals
Despite losing to Oasis Gaming in the grand finals, ZOL Esports will also represent the Philippines in the Asia Pacific Predator League 2024 Grand Finals.
ZOL Esports had a strong run in the tournament, defeating NAOS Esports and Valhalla in the semifinals and quarterfinals, respectively. The team showed good teamwork and coordination, and they were able to overcome their opponents despite being the underdogs.
ZOL Esports’ qualification for the APAC Predator League Grand Finals is a huge achievement for the team. It is a testament to their hard work and dedication, and it is a great opportunity for them to showcase their skills against the best teams in the Asia Pacific region.
Oasis Gaming and ZOL Esports to Join Filipino-Led Team Secret in APAC Predator League Grand Finals
Oasis Gaming and ZOL Esports will join Filipino-led Team Secret in the Asia Pacific Predator League 2024 Grand Finals. Team Secret is one of the most renowned teams in the VCT Pacific League, and they are considered to be one of the favorites to win the tournament.
The presence of three Filipino teams in the APAC Predator League Grand Finals is a great achievement for the Philippine esports scene. It shows that the Philippines is a force to be reckoned with in the VALORANT landscape, and it gives Filipino fans a reason to be proud.
Oasis Gaming reached the promised land, and their tale was highlighted by the casting calls from Michaella “Mochii” Gonzales, Brian “Guiang” Guiang, and Chris “Ramone” De Ocampo. But they were not the only ones who brought life to the festivities as dynamic duo Allyza Taylor and Justin “Vill” Villaserin introduced a lot of thrills to the community.
With the appearances of Predator ambassadors, namely Kang Dupet, KuyaNic, MaggieKarp, AmaraTV, and Een Mercado, the Philippine finals offered a high degree of excitement, further amplified by Urbandub’s performance.