Gigabyte E-Sports Tournament

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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 ( and 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.


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


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


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]


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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