KeyTV (ex-LGDTV) will host their first Dota 2 championship LAN, Nanyang Championship, in Singapore from October 26th to November 1st. Ten teams – six invited international teams and four qualified ones from various regions, will battle it out at the LAN finals.
Major SEA LAN with a possibly local qualifier? count us in! http://t.co/7ZdEi8NYVg
— SouthernCrossDota (@SCDota2) July 8, 2015
The SEA Region is taking the next steps forward in establishing itself in the Dota 2 competitive scene. The Nanyang Championship was announced via Facebook. KeyTV, formerly LGDTV, has stepped into the arena, organizing what is expected to be “one of SEA’s largest Dota 2 tournaments of all time”. The tournament will kick off with four different regional qualifying events, with the winners receiving invites to attend the LAN finals to be held in Singapore. They will be joining six invited teams from around the world. More information will be announced in the next few weeks, including details regarding teams and ticketing. No prize pool has been revealed as of yet.
KeyTV is a Shanghai based esports content producing company, focused on creating high quality esports content such as tournaments, team videos, gaming livestreams and rebroadcasted content. The Chinese company employs a team of highly experienced videographers, pre/post-production editors, writers and directors, casters and models. “KeyTV aims to be the first place fans think of to get their daily dose of eSport content.”
KeyTV’s most recent event was the VPGame Professional Invitational, with a prize pool of $24,500. ViCi Gaming claimed the championship title in April. Additional events include, but are not limited to: assistance during DAC, MSI Beat it, and WEC.