ESFI reveals qualified teams for quaterfinal of e-Masters Chengdu 2020

The regional finals for Asian Electronic Sports Federation’s (AESF) first edition of Asia Esports Championship e-Masters Chengdu 2020  has ended and Team India is  all set to fly for e-Masters quarterfinals to Chengdu. Team India for Arena of Valor team: Sonukaran J M (Captain), Shinil R, Aditya Katoch, Manmohan Singh and Aakash Chadalavada, Dwayne Fernandes (Substitute) and for Warcraft III: the Frozen Throne Arun Mozhi Varman have qualified  for the quarter finals and will be flying to Chengdu . According to the Esports Federation of India’s (ESFI) official Facebook post (which is subject to change)  the quarter finals to take place  from 22 February till 25 February 2020 and the final will commence from 28 February 2020 till 1 March. For PES 2020 Indian team played really well( Moin Abdani and Akshay) they  won against Srilanka, Maldives and Pakistan for semi finals of regional qualifiers however lost to Uzbekistan and Malaysia which resulted end of journey for team India.Also for League of Legends team India lost to Pakistan and missed the slot for Chengdu. Esports Federation of India (ESFI) director Lokesh Suji Lokesh Suji  quoted, “its worth mentioning that though our PES team did not qualify for the main event at Chengdu but Moin and Akshay’s performance at Thailand Qualifiers was exemplary and commendable. We wish all the very best to Team India (AOV & Warcraft) for e-Masters main event to be held in Chengdu from 22 February onward.” Finally AESF have the shortlist of teams which will proceed to the next stage in Chengdu, China this 28 February to 1 March 2020. Arena of Valor South East Asia  (group A): Vietnam and Philippines South east Asia  (group B): Thailand and  Indonesia East Asia: Chinese Taipei and Hong Kong South and Central Asia: India Warcraft iii:  the Frozen Throne South East Asia:  Philippines, Vietnam and Malaysia East Asia: Republic of Asia  and Chinese Taipei South and Central Asia: Kazakhstan and India PES 2020: South East Asia: Malaysia, Indonesia,Vietnam East Asia: Japan, Hong Kong, South and Central Asia: Uzbekistan West Asia: Syria   League of Legends: South East Asia: Thailand,Philippines East Asia: Chinese Taipei, Korea South and Central Asia:  Kazakhstan and Pakistan West Asia : Syria
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