Pajajaran Esports Bogor had little difficulty overpowering Borneo FC Esports with a score of 3-1 in the match held at Mahaka Square, Jakarta, on Sunday.
The third place was claimed by Team Gryffin Badung, who conceded their game in the lower bracket final with a score of 3-0 against Borneo FC Esports.
The 2023 National League 1 Esports inaugural tournament was organized by the All-Indonesia Esports Executive Board (PB ESI) and had a total prize pool of 2 billion Rupiah.
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The victors, Pajajaran Esports Bogor, earned a total prize amounting to 380 million Rupiah in addition to play-off rewards of 225 million Rupiah. Borneo FC Esports, as the runners-up, received play-off prizes totaling to 100 million Rupiah. Team Gryffin Badung, in third place, pocketed play-off prizes of 75 million Rupiah.
Regarding future seasons, other game categories besides Mobile Legends: Bang Bang are likely to be included in the 2023 National League 1 Esports, as well as local game categories to promote domestic talent alongside international competitions.
The League also plans to increase the number of host cities for its series. Previously, the League has been held in four cities: Palembang, Pontianak, Surabaya, and Makassar. These events attracted thousands of fans, with an average of 3,000 spectators attending in person at each venue.
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