ESEA Season 36 Open APAC match results and standings as of March 18

by Juandi

ESEA League Season 36 Open APAC is now in the eighth week. Twelve teams have been determined to move up to the playoffs which will start on March 25 all the way to April 15.

Here are the complete ESEA League Season 36 Open APAC match results and standings in the final week, March 18:

1🌏 NG Esports142
2🇲🇳 Checkmate133
3🇵🇭 3xpendables (ex-Bren)124
4🇮🇳 BL4ZE Esports124
5🇹🇭 LFO (ex-Beyond)124
6🇹🇭 ZIGMA114
7🇲🇳 QuestionMark (ex-TIGER)115
8🇲🇳 The Black Company115
9🇲🇳 ARAVT106
10🇮🇳 Asking Questions97
11🇮🇩 Absolute Vatreni97
12🇷🇺 Born in the East88
13🇭🇰 GR Gaming79
14🇲🇳 Hulegu68
15🇳🇵 myRevenge Nepa610
16🇵🇰 Chimp Store610
17🇮🇳 Headshot Esports610
18🇯🇵 HoneyCombS511
20🌏 Paper Rex46
21🇰🇷 Team Destroyers28
22🇲🇴 WhiteStory YST210
23🇲🇳 wildcard15
24🇮🇳 VIBE15
25🇹🇭 Avalon15
26🇳🇵 ZaPs Clan06
27🇮🇳 Crimson Elite06
28🇵🇰 TheBoyzzz08

This week saw Checkmate overtook 3xpendables (ex-Bren) for the runner-up place following their victory against 3xpendables (16-14 on Train), ARAVT (16-2 on Mirage), and Born in the East (FFW). At the end of the group stage, Checkmate have won twelve matches in a row, followed by LFO (ex-Beyond), with six winning streaks under their belt.

Ranking-wise, The Black Company saw a significant drop from the top four all the way to eighth place. Nonetheless, All top twelve teams did not change from last week, meaning all of the same top twelve teams will advance to the playoffs starting from March 25-April 15.

Comparing to the last season, only QuestionMark (ex-TIGER), Checkmate, and Born in the East were able to defend their slots. Absolute Vatreni is the newest contender, consisting of Jonathan “hazard” Armanda, an ex-TEAMnxl> player, and some prominent Indonesian players left in the scene. AskingQuestion‘s victory at Lenovo Rise of Legion March 2021 would be something to note, as they were able to overcome Checkmate and The Black Company in the process.

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The open division playoffs will feature a single-elimination, best-of-three (BO3) bracket all the way to the grand final. ESEA will be releasing the final seeds and matchups on Monday, March 22, with the first matchup to be played on March 25, with the second and third round scheduled on April 1 and 8, respectively.

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

How to Keep Updated With All of the ESEA S36 Open APAC Matches?

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