Gigabyte E-Sports Tournament

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Overview[edit]

Gigabyte E-Sports Tournament Dota 2 (GEST) is a South East Asian tournament organized by DotaTalk. After the success of GEST 2012 and GEST Challenge 2012, DotaTalk announced GEST Season 1.

GEST Season 1 is separated in 8 monthly tournaments and started end of February 2013. Each tournament is preceded by 8 online national qualifiers (Gigabyte Monthly Pro Gaming League, or GMPGL), top teams of each qualifier get to play in the main event.

GEST 2012[edit]

GEST 2012 was hosted in November 2012 by DotaTalk. Ten invited teams and six teams from qualifiers compete in main event for a $1,500 prize pool.

Place Prize (USD) Team
1st $1,000  Orange
2nd $500 MUFC

GEST Challenge 2012[edit]

GEST Challenge 2012 was hosted in December 2012 by DotaTalk. The two best teams from GEST 2012 (Orange and MUFC) compete with two invited teams from China (LGD.int and LGD.cn) for an additional $1,500 prize pool.

Place Prize (USD) Team
1st $1,500 LGD International

GEST Season 1[edit]

Main article: GEST Season 1.

February[edit]

GEST Season 1 February was hosted by DotaTalk and was won by ABC.

Place Prize (USD) Team
1st $1,000 Apple Banana Cucumber
2nd $500 Orange Esports


March[edit]

GEST Season 1 March was hosted by DotaTalk and was won by Mith Trust.

Place Prize (USD) Team
1st $1,000 MiTH
2nd $500 Chains Stack


April[edit]

GEST Season 1 April was hosted by DotaTalk and was won by MUFC.

Place Prize (USD) Team
1st $1,000 MUFC
2nd $500 First Departure

GEST Challenge Season 1[edit]

March[edit]

GEST Challenge Season 1 March was hosted by DotaTalk. Orange and MUFC both qualified from GEST Season 1 February and went on to face LGD.Int and Vici Gaming.

Place Prize (USD) Team
1st $1,000 Orange Esports
2nd $500 LGD International

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