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The International Esports Federation (IESF) wrapped up the final round of Asian regional qualifiers for the upcoming World Esports Championships Finals. Vietnam claimed the top spot in CS:GO, while Kazakhstan emerged victorious in Dota 2. With their victories, both countries have secured their spots for the Finals in Bali.

The online qualifiers featured players from 15 nations competing in fast-paced CS:GO action, while players from 20 countries went head-to-head in Dota 2. Last month, Kazakhstan’s PUBG Mobile team also qualified for the Finals. Malaysia will also compete in Bali after winning the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang online Asian regional qualifiers.

The African and Panam regional qualifiers will continue in October and November before IESF’s flagship event in Bali from December 1 to 12. This year is expected to be the largest and most geographically diverse installment of the WE Championships Finals to date and will once again unite the World Esports Family following the recent 2022 World Esports Summit. A record-number 120 nations are set to compete for a total prize pool of $500,000.