ASiT is an 8 team Asian Invitational Team League. The group stage will be run over the next 6 weeks, with the 2 group winners advancing to the offline Finals held in Taiwan at the end of July. The tournament boasts a $50,000 prize pool distributed amongst all 8 teams.
The event is run by the same organizers that run the TeSL, which is the main Taiwan league that is shown on their TV. The organizers have much experience running events, and the offline finals will be held in a stadium along with the finals of the current TeSL Season.
Teams: Pool A MVP (Korea) Taiwan White (Taiwan)* iG (China) Singapore/Malaysia
Pool B Taiwan Blue (Taiwan)* Xeria Gaming (Australia) MiTH (Thailand) Japan
*The 2 Taiwan teams consist of players from their 4 TeSL teams, see the roster below for details on which players are in each team.
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MVP has this unless they get really over confident. The real battle will be for second third and forth. I wonder how iG will stack up against the fairly weak competition (other than mvp).
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opterown Australia. April 23 2012 22:29. Posts 27742
Considering Sen has a 22 game win streak in the tw league, it is pretty much up to him in terms of the Taiwan teams. He definitely has a chance vs MVP players but I think maybe only 1-2. iG might take a couple games as well. But the full MVP line is so strong. And since the winner gets $20,000, they will likely send their best players.
Bagration United States. April 23 2012 23:07. Posts 10864