ESEA Season 36 Open APAC match results and standings as of March 10

by Juandi

ESEA League Season 36 Open APAC is now in the eighth week. It is only one week left to determine who will move up to the playoffs stage.

Here are the complete ESEA League Season 36 Open APAC match results and standings in the seventh week, March 10:

1🌏 NG Esports132
2🇵🇭 3xpendables (ex-Bren)113
3🇲🇳 Checkmate103
4🇲🇳 The Black Company104
5🇮🇳 BL4ZE ESports104
6🇹🇭 LFO (ex-Beyond)104
7🇲🇳 QuestionMark (ex-TIGER)94
8🇹🇭 ZIGMA94
9🇲🇳 ARAVT85
10🇮🇩 Absolute Vatreni86
11🇷🇺 Born in the East86
12🇮🇳 Asking Questions76
13🇭🇰 GR Gaming77
14🇳🇵 myRevenge Nepal68
15🇵🇰 Chimp Store68
16🇮🇳 Headshot Esports68
17🇲🇳 Hulegu68
18🇯🇵 HoneyCombS58
20🌏 Paper Rex46
21🇰🇷 Team Destroyers28
22🇲🇴 WhiteStory YST210
23🇲🇳 wildcard15
24🇮🇳 VIBE15
25🇹🇭 Avalon15
26🇳🇵 ZaPs Clan06
27🇮🇳 Crimson Elite06
28🇵🇰 TheBoyzzz08

NG Esports continued their perfect season with 13 wins and two losses so far. A worth noting upset we saw this week was Checkmate’s dominance over NG. Sodbayar “Techno4K” Munkhbold and co. were able to close out Mirage 16-7. It cannot be denied that the win should have boosted Checkmate’s confidence in the upcoming playoffs.

This week saw a big jump for Checkmate to third place. The Mongolian team are currently in the ninth win streak, beating prominent names in the region, including Looking For Organize (ex-Beyond), NG Esports, and ZIGMA. Furthermore, they are scheduled to face 3xpendables (ex-Bren) and ARAVT on March 11, with Born in the East as their last opponent for the group stage on March 18.

Hulegu have withdrawn from the competition, automatically giving out their 16th spot to Headshot eSports. On the other hand, ZIGMA are currently down from fourth to eighth place after receiving an unfortunate three lose streak against NG Esports, Checkmate, and their Thai compatriot, Looking For Organize (ex-Beyond).

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ESEA Season 36 Open APAC leaves only 17 teams to compete at the moment as the other 10 teams have withdrawn from the competition, including Paper Rex, Team Destroyers from South Korea, and WhiteStory YST from Macau.

It has been announced that ESEA have allocated US$9,000 for the Asia-Pacific Open league. The prize pool will be distributed in the following way:

  1. US$4,000
  2. US$2,500
  3. US$1,250
  4. US$1,250

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