WESG 2019 South East Asia qualifiers announced

Jul 09 2019 2 min read

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World Electronic Sports Games have announced WESG 2019 SEA qualifiers, which will have teams from 10 countries competing in 4 categories with a total prize pool of $105,000. The eligible countries are Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. 

Hearthstone and Vainglory have been dropped from this year's event, while CS:GO, Dota 2 and StarCraft 2 remain. 

Women's CS:GO, which was a side category last year is now a main event, making a total of four categories. 

Tournament registration is now open, but more details about the event like qualifier dates and venue are yet to be revealed. Registration will close on July 31 in all eligible countries except Laos and Cambodia, which share a closing date of July 25.

With the recent change to team rosters which allows a maximum of two foreigners on a team, it will be interesting to see the different lineups participants will have. You can find the full list of rules and regulations here

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