Here's the Top 5 Plays of the PLG Arena 2 Qualifier presented by Lenovo Middle East Legion and powered by Intel, during GamesArabia DXB.
The PLG Arena League of Legends tournaments, a brand new 5v5 tournament for teams to compete and advance in the PLG Pro Tour and eventually PLG Grand Slam for big prizes. During the month of September, two live League of Legends tournaments will be hosted in two different PLG Arena, starting with the first during Games Arabia DXB in Dubai.
Winning teams of each of these tournaments will continue if successful onto the PLG Grand Slam and compete against qualified teams coming through from PLG Nationals League of Legends Tournament Series Online qualifiers at the PLG Grand Slam for a prize pool of $10,000, including the MVP of the tournament walking out with a brand-new laptop.
Welcome to the second season of the PLG Nationals League of Legends tournament series, presented by Legion and powered by Intel Core i7 Processors.
As main PC and tournament partner, Lenovo will provide all live tournament competitors and commentators with top-of-the-line machines from its Legion line of extreme performance gaming devices powered by Intel® Core™ i7 Processors, as well as a prize pool of $10,000 for the culmination of the 2017 league at the PLG Grand Slam in December.
This will included both qualifiers at the PLG Arena at Games Arabia in Dubai (14-16 September) and Jeddah (28-30 September), as well as the second season of the PLG Nationals League of Legend tournament series, aimed at finding the best teams in the region to eventually continue in the PLG Pro Tour and PLG Grand Slam.
PLG introduces a fresh partner for Season 4 starting April. The "Fanta Masters" will feature players coming out of the PLG Open Tournaments. 16 players or teams will progress to face off per title for glory and prizes.
This year, from June through November, a new and epic chapter in the ROG Masters journey plays out, and for the first time, the Middle East is included in this league powered by Power League Gaming. The best CS:GO and Dota 2 teams from the UAE and KSA will have a chance to compete for a combined prize pool of AED 40,000, and continue to the other phases of the tournament for a prize pool of $500,000.