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Major All Stars
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Major All Stars
Tournament information
Sport Dota 2
Location Kuala Lumpur
Teams -->
Website falloutgaming.co
Major All Stars is a Dota 2 eSports championship tournament hosted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Contents [hide]
1 Background
2 Tournament history
2.1 Season 1
2.1.1 Results
2.2 Season 2
3 References
Major All Stars is an important recurring eSports tournament,[1] with the first and latest iteration being the largest eSports tournament ever held in South-East Asia,[1] with a base prize pool of $100,000, featuring top international and local teams.

According to the organizer, the purpose of the tournament was to enhance the eSports scene in South East Asia, enabling more local and international companies to invest in the region, allowing the community to be more active and competitive, by using the tournament as a catalyst for growth in the region.[2]

Tournament history[edit]
Season 1[edit]
Main article: Major All Stars Season 1
On 30 December 2014, Fallout Gaming announced the Major All Stars tournament with a starting prize pool of $100,000.[3]

The online qualifiers started on 26 January 2015, with over 391 teams contesting for the two open southeast asian slots.[4]

The LAN finals with the 8 final teams competing took place from 20 to 22 March at Stadium Malawati in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The prize pool was increased from the base $100,000 to $111,979 via ticket purchases, and was split among the teams.[5]

Place Team Prize Money
1 China Invictus Gaming $50,390.55+
2 Russia Team Empire $16,796.85+
3 Sweden Ninjas in Pyjamas $11,197.90+
4 Ukraine Natus Vincere $11,197.90
5-6 Malaysia Invasion eSports $6,718.74+
Malaysia Team Redemption
7-8 Australia Can't Say Wips $4,479.16
Philippines Rave Gaming
Season 2[edit]
According to the organiser Fallout Gaming, Season 2 of Major All Stars is under planning and the "venue will be better" than Stadium Malawati.[6]

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