Esports: Team Myanmar reach final foe IESF World Championship 2023

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Team Myanmar is seen during the International Esports Federation IESF World Championship 2023.

Myanmar Dota 2 Esport Team has advanced to the final game of the International Esports Federation IESF World Championship 2023 held from 26 August to 3 September in Romania.
Team Myanmar will compete against Team Mongolia in the final for the IESF World Championship 2023 today at the sports hall in Lasi, Romania.
Team Myanmar deservedly defeated the Philippines, Ecuador, Ukraine, the United States, Jordan, and Kyrgyzstan in the IESF World Championship 2023 beginning on 26 August.
With the supervision of Coach U Yan Min Naing, Team Myanmar consists of talented players named Aung Myat Soe, Zaw Rein Seng Aung, Min Khant Maung Maung, Kaung Sett Hein and Thiha Kyaw Swa.
“Team Myanmar will compete against the team representing Mongolia in the Final. Myanmar will be able to win a gold or a silver medal. As a Myanmar fan, I would like to ask all the fans to support the Myanmar Dota 2 Team,” a responsible person of the Myanmar Electronic Sports Federation said.
Dr Kaung Myat San, President of the Myanmar Electronic Sports Federation, awarded a prize of K1 million each to all members of the Myanmar national Dota 2 team which attended the finals.
The final match of Team Myanmar can be watched live at 6 pm today. The Regional Facebook page and YouTube channel. There will be fans from all over the world cheering and watching. — MNA/KZL

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