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Basilan trips KCS, stays a win away from VisMin Grand Finals crown

CEBU CITY, Philippines — The Jumbo Plastic-Basilan Peace Riders is one victory away from hoisting the South Finals trophy of the 2021 Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas VisMin Super Cup after escaping the KCS Computer Specialists-Mandaue City, 96-91, in Game Two of their best-of-five finals series on Thursday evening, at the Pagadian City gymnasium in Zamboanga del Sur. […] The post Basilan trips KCS, stays a win away from VisMin Grand Finals crown appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerAug 12th, 2021

2020 king of recruiting crown remains on UP’s head

Who was our King of Recruiting in 2018? Find out here. Who was our King of Recruiting in 2019? Find out here. --- From 2007 to 2015, the University of the Philippines only had 13 wins to show in 126 games total. That time is self-deprecatingly called in Diliman as the dark days. Due to that disappointing standing, the Fighting Maroons had the toughest time bringing in recruits. And due to that lack of pieces to the puzzles, they lost even more. Safe to say, State U was stuck in a vicious cycle in the dark days. That’s not to say they didn’t have blue-chip recruits back then as in their time, all of Woody Co, Mark Juruena, Mike Gamboa, Kyles Lao, Jett Manuel, and Mikee Reyes were among the best high school players. Only, a blue-chip recruit or two does not make a team. Fast forward to now and oh, how things have changed. Last year, UP was hailed as ABS-CBN’s King of Recruiting alongside University of the East. “On the strength of the transfers of Kobe Paras and Ricci Rivero, the Fighting Maroons… are worthy of the title,” it said then. And the season before that, the maroon and green was also up there with the best of them in terms of recruitment, having brought in the likes of eventual Season MVP Bright Akhuetie, Will Gozum, and Jaydee Tungcab. Indeed, there was nowhere to go but up. That has only continued this year as UP has left no doubt that it is now a force to reckon with in terms of recruitment. Early on, they already had a solid haul in Joel Cagulangan, once the best point guard in high school, and tireless workhorse Malick Diouf. And then, the shock of shocks. As it turned out, Nazareth School of National University stalwarts Carl Tamayo and Gerry Abadiano were going to be Fighting Maroons. Meaning, for the first time in recent history, the most promising prospect coming out of high school is headed to Diliman. Not only that, State U also answered its biggest question heading into next season – the question at point guard, filling in for Jun Manzo. But as it turned out, they weren’t done just yet - no, our friends, they weren’t done just yet. Tamayo and Abadiano’s departure from National U was shocking, without a doubt, but CJ Cansino’s exit from University of Sto. Tomas was even more so. Cansino, against his will, decided to move on from his alma mater since 2015 due to personal reasons. Fortunately for him, he landed on his feet. Now, the Fighting Maroons have ready-made replacement for Rivero as well as a leader in the shades of Paul Desiderio for UAAP 84. And that, our friends, is why we have no choice but to put the 2020 King of Recruiting crown on UP’s head once more. Tamayo and Abadiano are the bluest of blue-chip recruits this year and Cagulangan, Cansino, and Diouf are among the most talented transferees, but also joining them in the maroon and green will be scoring machine RC Calimag from La Salle Green Hills, burly big Miguel Tan from Xavier High School, Filipino-American playmaker Sam Dowd, Filipino-Australian tower Ethan Kirkness, physical forward Jancork Cabahug from University of Visayas, and versatile wing CJ Catapusan from Adamson University. The former Bullpups are guaranteed ato be contributors even as rookies while Calimag, Tan, and Dowd are going to shore up a bench that had just lost Gomez de Liano brothers Javi and Juan. Of course, Diouf, Kirkness, Cansino, Cabahug, and Cagulangan are still serving residency, but when they will be eligible, they will get a shot at a squad that will look brand new. All of Bright Akhuetie, J-Boy Gob, David Murrell, Noah Webb, and Rivero are graduating players while Paras is only guaranteed to play one more year. That means that after Season 83, the Fighting Maroons may very well have to fill six spots. That means that UP is not only beefing up for UAAP 83, it is also securing its future. If not for the shock of shocks, though, the crown would have been claimed by De La Salle University which sent a statement that it is back and better than ever. Justine Baltazar and Aljun Melecio may be playing their fifth and final years in college, but the green and white’s future has only brightened following this prolonged preseason. First and foremost, Kevin Quiambao, the third leg in that National U tripod of talent out of high school, has the capability and confidence to follow in the footsteps of Baltazar. Hopefully, he will be eligible for Season 83, but if not, what’s certain is he will be playing in UAAP 84. Alongside him as pieces for the future are super scorers CJ Austria and Emman Galman, all-around swingman Joshua Ramirez, and Filipino-Americans Jeromy Hughes, Kameron Vales, and Philips bros. Benjamin and Michael. Among all those, Jonnel Policarpio, likened to a young Arwind Santos, has the highest upside, but the Fil-Ams have much potential as well. And don’t forget that Evan Nelle, the primetime playmaker from San Beda University, is just getting primed and prepped to take the reins when Melecio leaves. Of course, the caveat here is that we are all in uncharted territory due to the continuing COVID-19 crisis. And in that light, the next season of the UAAP remains far away and a lot could still happen until then. While majority of the local blue-chip recruits have already committed, talents from abroad and transferees from other schools could still come and change the game. With that being said, there remains no doubt that UP and La Salle have made the biggest noise in the offseason. However, it’s not actually the Fighting Maroons or the Green Archers who got the lion’s share of the best graduating players in the 2020 NBTC 24. Yes, that honor belongs to Lyceum of the Philippines University which is finally reaping the rewards of its rising Jrs. program with NCAA 95 Jrs. MVP John Barba and Batang Gilas playmaker Mac Guadana being promoted as full-fledged Pirates. Guadana could do it all and looks like the next great guard in the Grand Old League while fearless slasher is Barba is a perfect complement to him. Add another fiery guard in John Bravo and sweet-shooting big man Carlo Abadeza and LPU has restocked its coffers after losing Marcelino twins Jaycee and Jayvee and Cameroonian powerhouse Mike Nzeusseu. In all though, the 2020 NBTC 24 was dominated by UP… and San Beda. Of the annual rankings’ 15 graduating players, four would be Fighting Maroons and another four would be Red Lions. Yes, San Beda’s grassroots program is back on track with its Jrs. championship core all remaining in red and white. Rhayyan Amsali, ranked no. 1 in the 2020 NBTC 24, is the most college-ready high school player while Justine Sanchez is a long-limbed forward who could turn out to be the next Calvin Oftana, you know, the NCAA 95 MVP. Yukien Andrada, meanwhile, is only continuing to develop his two-way game and Tony Ynot is a 3-and-D weapon who had even left an impression on Jalen Green. And hey, as somebody said, don’t sleep on the UAAP’s three-time defending champions. Ateneo may already be missing Isaac Go, Thirdy Ravena, Adrian Wong, and Nieto twins Mike and Matt and they may not be making noise as of late, but they are still welcoming Dave Ildefonso and Dwight Ramos with open arms. Ildefonso will only be good to go come UAAP 84, but Ramos is already being seen by head coach Tab Baldwin as a difference-maker for the Blue Eagles in Season 83. Eli, Dwight’s younger brother, is also in the mix to backstop SJ Belangel and Tyler Tio. Note also that former blue-chip recruit Inand Fornilos may very well finally get his shot while both Jolo Mendoza and Raffy Verano are also back. Ateneo’s foe in the Finals last year also reloaded quite a bit as for the third year in a row, UST will be sending the Tiger Cubs’ best player to the Srs. squad. Following in the footsteps of Cansino and Mark Nonoy, post player Bismarck Lina will be a Growling Tiger next season. Alongside him to fortify the frontcourt are Christian Manaytay, Bryan Samudio, and Bryan Santos while bolstering the backcourt are Joshua Fontanilla and Paul Manalang. Speaking of fortifying the frontcourt, Far Eastern University is the team that got the biggest boost in terms of size. With 6-foot-7 Nigerian Emman Ojoula’s residency over and done with, the go-go guards of the Tamaraws have yet another weapon to burn opponents with. CESAFI MVP Kevin Guibao and transferee Simone Sandagon are no slouches either while Cholo Anonuevo has a roster spot waiting for him if and when he decides to come home after trying his luck in the US. RJ Abarrientos no longer appears here as he was already in FEU’s list last year. These are the new faces to see for the other teams: CSB Blazers LETRAN Knights JRU Heavy Bombers MAPUA Cardinals ADAMSON Soaring Falcons UE Red Warriors --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 26th, 2020

GREATEST PERFORMANCES: Arellano U’s sweep of thrice-to-beat SSC-R

Arellano University has been the dominating force in the NCAA women’s volleyball for the past three seasons. If not for the cancellation of Season 95 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Lady Chiefs would’ve made a strong case for a four-peat. But while the Lady Chiefs displayed great character to extend their reign, it was Arellano U’s impressive showing in Season 92 Finals series that built the solid foundation of its grand slam. Three years ago, the Lady Chiefs redeemed themselves from surrendering the crown the previous season by dethroning College of St. Benilde in the stepladder semifinals. Arellano U thus earned a return ticket to the Finals. However, the Lady Chiefs had to face an uphill climb in the championship series as they took on an unbeaten Grethcel Soltones-led San Sebastian College armed with a thrice-to-beat advantage. The Lady Stags handed Arellano U its only loss in the elimination round, before coming into the Finals with nine straight wins. Led by the graduating Soltones backed by a veteran crew, SSC-R looked poised to avenge its humiliating defeat the season before when they squandered the same series advantage. But the Lady Chiefs proved that they were the hungrier team. Using the death of head coach Obet Javier’s wife, Amy Marie, after a long bout with lung cancer as added motivation, Arellano U pulled off a shocker in the series opener. The Lady Chiefs swept the Recto-based squad, 25-18, 25-20, 25-16, with Rialen Sante, Jovie Prado, Andrea Marzan and Mary Anne Esguerra leading the way. Drawing first blood, Arellano U quickly shifted momentum to its favor. They played spoiler to Soltones’ third straight Most Valuable Player award in Game 2 when the Lady Chiefs survived a thrilling five-set match, 18-25, 25-16, 25-11, 26-28, 15-13, to inch closer to its second title since joining the league in 2009. Arellano kept its composure in a very tight fifth set breaking a 13-all deadlock with Regine Arocha’s off speed. SSC-R was the first top blink when Dangie Encarnacion committed an attack error that brought back the nightmare of the Lady Stags’ Season 91 Finals defeat. Then in Game 3, the Lady Chiefs celebrated Valentine’s Day by breaking the hearts of the Lady Stags, 25-15, 22-25, 25-23, 25-16. “Napakalaki sa amin ito kasi 'yung mga bata, pinaghirapan talaga namin ang taon na ito," Javier said then. "Noong first round, natalo kami sa Baste kaya nag-set kami ng goal na hindi na dapat mangyari ito. Nangyari naman."    That feat set the tone for Arellano U’s next two conquests. From there, the Lady Chiefs established its current domination of the country’s oldest collegiate league.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 13th, 2020

WHAT IF... Perez wasn t suspended for NCAA 94 Finals Game 1

History lesson: After missing out on the Final Four for its first six seasons in the NCAA, Lyceum of the Philippines University made back-to-back trips to the Finals in Seasons 93 and 94. The Season 93 Finals, the school's first-ever, wound up as a heartbreaking loss to eventual champion San Beda University. Memorably, the Pirates won each and every one of their 18 games in the elimination round - the first-ever team to do so in the Grand Old League - before going winless in their last two games. Of course, playoff experience and championship heart proved to be the difference for the Red Lions. In that light, Season 94 should have been a different story for LPU. Only, it wasn't. San Beda yet again swept the upstarts via convincing victories. And from Game 1, the Red Lions already knew it was all over. "Oo naman. Siyempre, mag-iiba laban kung nandun siya," then-King Lion Robert Bolick in last week's The Prospects Pod. "Sa part din namin, wala siya so tapos na. Tapos na yung laban." The "siya" he was referring to? CJ Perez, Season 93 MVP and Season 94 Mythical selection, who was not in action and not even at the venue for the series-opener. Apparently, Perez failed to notify the NCAA about his application for the 2018 PBA Draft and was therefore sanctioned with a suspension for Game 1 of the Finals. But what if he were there - there, ready and raring to play in the opener of the series where he and all of LPU were seeking redemption? The now-26-year-old had no doubt that if that were the case, the Pirates would have put up a much fiercer fight. As he put it, "Siguro, mas ginanahan pa yung mga kasama ko. Nung natambakan na kasi nung Game 1, parang nanginig na yung mga tuhod ng Game 2 eh." Sans Perez, the maroon and grey fell victim to a 19-9 start by their opponents and never recovered. Final score read 73-60 in favor of San Beda. If the 6-foot-2 playmaker were there, Cameroonian powerhouse Mike Nzeusseu would not be their top-scorer as the former had averaged 18.7 points in the prior 18 games. Of course, defensive-minded coach Boyet Fernandez would have also adjusted accordingly and the Red Lions, just like they did in last year's championship round, would have put their full focus on Perez. Still, a full-force LPU side would, for sure, have posed more problems for San Beda. In the end, Mendiola's dynasty would have still have all the answers - what with Bolick and Javee Mocon just playing their best basketball that season. That momentum would then carry over to Game 2 where the Red Lions still sweep the Pirates for their fourth championship in a row. In terms of result, Perez's presence would not have changed a thing. Nonetheless, his being there would have made for much more must-see TV. Also, his being there would not have forced him to just drown his sorrows all by his lonesome. "Ang mindset ko pa rin bago nun, tulog pa rin nang maaga para handa, pero nung sinabi na ngang 'di ako pwede maglaro, sabi ko na lang, 'Hala, ready na ako eh,'" he recalled. He then continued, through chuckles, "Nung araw na yun, nasa dorm ako, nakaupo sa couch, nanood ng laro. Nakailang beer nga ako nun." --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 17th, 2020

CJ Perez got the best out of Robert Bolick and vice versa

For a winning team like San Beda University, the standard has become San Beda University itself. Having won 11 of the last 14 championships, the Red Lions have dominated the recent history of the NCAA. And with that, back in 2017, Robert Bolick had more than just back-to-back titles in mind as a goal. "Nung nag-champion kami sa (2017 PBA) D-League (Aspirants Cup) tapos natalo pa namin La Salle (sa Filoil Preseason), sabi ko na, baka ma-sweep namin 'to ha," he narrated in The Prospects Pod last Friday. The boys from Mendiola had just reclaimed the crown and were upbeat about their chances of repeating as they had a mostly intact core. Bolick, indeed, went so far as to aim for the perfect season that had only been done by San Beda's 2010 squad led by Sudan Daniel and Borgie Hermida. "Sa San Beda kasi, nakalagay sa court kung sino yung naka-season sweep. Sabi ko, baka ma-duplicate namin ito ha," he said. After an 18-point win to start the season, all was going swimmingly for them. And then, they got ambushed - ambushed by Pirates. "Biglang pangalawang game pa lang namin, natalo kami agad. Sabi ko, hindi ito yung inaasahan namin ha. Nagulat talaga kami sa linaro nila," the 6-foot-1 playmaker said. Lyceum of the Philippines University sent a statement to all of the league with a thrilling five-point triumph over San Beda. From there, they would go on to win each and every one of their assignments in the elimination round - the very first team to go 18-0 in the history of the Grand Old League. Of course, the Pirates had to win two more - and Bolick and the Red Lions had other plans. In the end, the red and white triumphed anew and took away the upstarts' shot at history. "Akala ko nun, magcha-champion na ako sa NCAA. E biglang kumana nang kumana yung Robert Bolick, wala na," Lyceum's CJ Perez then said. Despite the heartbreak, though, LPU only became better as it moved forward. Indeed, it was at that point that San Beda - and by proxy, Bolick - became a true obstacle Perez had to hurdle. As he put it, "Ako kasi, naniniwala ako sa mindset e. kunwari kung kalaban namin San Beda, Robert Bolick, sabi ko talaga gagalingan ko kasi alam kong gagawin niya yung best niya." The Pirates forged a rematch in the NCAA 94 Finals, but yet again came up short. Still, they had made their school proud and that was more than enough. And looking back, the 6-foot-2 guard said that having the Red Lions as the standard did nothing but pull them upward and upward. "Ganun yung mindset ko lagi kaya kapag kalaban yung San Beda, Robert Bolick, matututo't-matututo ka," he said. For his part, Bolick could only acknowledge that Perez did the same for him and LPU did the same for San Beda. "Kailangan talaga yung ganun e. Kailangan mo ng katapat," he said. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 13th, 2020

Region 7’s ANS girls hoops squad are the queens of BPBL grand finals in Manila

CEBU CITY, Philippines—- The Abellana National School (ANS) girls basketball team will be flying to back to Cebu with the Batang Pilipino Basketball League (BPBL) girls under-18 trophy after beating Region 10’s Cagayan de Oro, 43-36, on Sunday, January 29, 2023, at the San Juan gymnasium in Metro Manila. It was a dominating campaign for […] The post Region 7’s ANS girls hoops squad are the queens of BPBL grand finals in Manila appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 30th, 2023

Armed with Cesafi experience, Sambag 2 FBA ready for BPBL grand finals

CEBU CITY, Philippines—With the much-needed experience earned during its stint in the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Inc. (Cesafi) high school basketball tournament last December, the Sambag 2 FBA is now ready for its stint in the Batang Pilipino Basketball League (BPBL) grand finals slated January 27 to 29, 2023, in Metro Manila. The team’s roster […] The post Armed with Cesafi experience, Sambag 2 FBA ready for BPBL grand finals appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 24th, 2023

MLBB World Championships heads to Manila in 2023

Moonton Games announced the move on the day of the M4 grand finals which pits defending champions Blacklist International against compatriots ECHO Philippines......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 15th, 2023

Celeste Cortesi mas lalo pang ginanahan sa paglaban sa Miss Universe 2022 nang makita ang nanay at boyfriend

NADAGDAGAN pa ng  “pampaswerte” at pa-lucky charm si Celeste Cortesi para sa pinakaaabangang pagrampa niya sa Miss Universe 2022 grand coronation ngayong araw. Ilang minuto na lang ay magsisimula na ang finals night ng ika-71 edisyon ng naturang international pageant na gaganapin sa New Orleans Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Siguradong mas na-motivate pa […] The post Celeste Cortesi mas lalo pang ginanahan sa paglaban sa Miss Universe 2022 nang makita ang nanay at boyfriend appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 15th, 2023

Celeste Cortesi itinuloy ang pagsali sa Miss Universe PH 2022 dahil kay Rabiya Mateo; maiuwi kaya ang ika-5 korona ng Pilipinas?

MARAMI ang humuhula na maiuuwi ni Celeste Cortesi ang ikalimang Miss Universe crown ng Pilipinas dahil sa bonggang performance na ipinamalas niya sa preliminary competition ng international beauty pageant. Ngayong araw, magkakaalaman na kung sino ang hihiranging bagong reyna sa gaganaping grand coronation para sa 71st Miss Universe pageant sa New Orleans Morial Convention Center […] The post Celeste Cortesi itinuloy ang pagsali sa Miss Universe PH 2022 dahil kay Rabiya Mateo; maiuwi kaya ang ika-5 korona ng Pilipinas? appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 14th, 2023

BPBL: U-18 cagers to play in 4 venues in Metro Manila

CEBU CITY, Philippines — The Batang Pilipino Basketball League (BPBL) found a suitable venue for its much-awaited grand finals in various venues around Metro Manila from Jan. 27-29, 2023.  The venues for these national level basketball tournament featuring under-18 cagers are FilOil EcoOil Centre, San Juan Gymnasium, Ronac Art Center, and Greenhills West Basketball Court. […] The post BPBL: U-18 cagers to play in 4 venues in Metro Manila appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 7th, 2023

Netizen nahiyang magbigay ng 5 piso sa mga nangaroling: ‘Pang-grand finals ng Got Talent!

PINUSUAN at umani ng sandamakmak na likes at comments ang isang grupo ng mga kabataan na nangaroling sa isang bahay bago sumapit ang Pasko. Isang netizen na nagngangalang Michael Soria ang nagbahagi ng kanyang video kung saan mapapanood nga ang nakakalokang performance ng mga nangaroling sa tapat ng kanilang bahay kamakailan. Ayon sa uploader ng […] The post Netizen nahiyang magbigay ng 5 piso sa mga nangaroling: ‘Pang-grand finals ng Got Talent! appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 27th, 2022

Tab Baldwin braces for ‘wild,’ more physical decider for UAAP crown

MANILA, Philippines — With a chance to regain their place atop the UAAP men’s basketball, the Ateneo Blue Eagles will leave everything on the floor as they battle University of the Philippines in another Game 3 ending for the crown on Monday. In the Blue Eagles’ sixth consecutive finals, Tab Baldwin is set to coach […] The post Tab Baldwin braces for ‘wild,’ more physical decider for UAAP crown appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 17th, 2022

Maroons smell blood, go for ’22 twin crown

Reigning champion University of the Philippines goes for the jugular against rival Ateneo in Game 2 of the UAAP Season 85 men’s basketball finals today at the Smart Araneta Coliseum......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 13th, 2022

Pasig, San Juan dispute PCAP North Division crown

For the third straight North Division finals of the Professional Chess Association of the Philippines, it will come down to the San Juan Predators and the Pasig King Pirates......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 5th, 2022

Zamboanga Valientes cop VisMin Super Cup 25U crown

The Zamboanga Valientes escaped the Zamboanga Sibugay Warriors, 87-86, to capture the Pilipinas VisMin Super Cup 25U Championship......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 5th, 2022

Angels outlast HD Spikers in tight three-set affair, take Game 1 of PVL finals

Despite the straight-set victory, it was a tight-knit affair especially in the extended third set for the defending champions, who are one win away from retaining their crown......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 1st, 2022

MGI founder apologizes, hopes to crown a Filipina winner

Miss Grand International founder Nawat Itsaragrisil has offered an apology following criticisms he received from pageant fans and supporters......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 30th, 2022

Cebu City’s girls’ basketball team gears up for BPBL Grand Finals

CEBU CITY, Philippines—Cebu City’s girls basketball team is gearing up for the biggest tournament they will be competing in so far. The team from the Abellana National School (ANS) Sports Program will be vying in the Batang Pilipino Basketball League (BPBL) Grand Finals slated from January 26-29, 2022, in Manila.  The team will be one […] The post Cebu City’s girls’ basketball team gears up for BPBL Grand Finals appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 29th, 2022

Miss Grand PH pageant tumatanggap na ng mga aplikante para sa finals sa Marso

ISA na namang national pageant ang nilunsad, ngayon naman upang piliin ang kinatawan ng bansa para sa isang pandaigdigang patimpalak na binuo sa Thailand, at ilan na rin ang humawak ng prangkisa para sa Pilipinas. Nilunsad ang pangalawang Miss Grand Philippines pageant sa isang event sa Hilton Manila sa Pasay City noong Nob. 24, na […] The post Miss Grand PH pageant tumatanggap na ng mga aplikante para sa finals sa Marso appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 26th, 2022

Asia Pacific Predator League: Polaris Esports edges Execration in All-Filipino Dota 2 finals 

Championship Sunday was in full swing at the Asia Pacific Predator League 2022 Grand Finals at Link Forest in Tokyo, Japan......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 14th, 2022