Make History at the 1st Dragon Nest Asian Cup World Tournament

Written by Chad

July 24, 2012


The time has come to pick up your weapons, warriors of Lagendia, because Shanda Games International are looking for South-East Asia’s finest to represent this region at the inaugural Dragon Nest Asian Cup World Tournament (DNAC).

Are you fighting for the honor to represent your nation? Or are you fighting for pride, to be able to enjoy the Level 50 content exclusive only to participants of the DNAC? Or perhaps you’re fighting for passion – with your nation’s hope on your shoulders, and a burning desire to see how far your abilities can take you.

Glory and fortune beckon all daring participants.

Set to debut on July 26th 2012 at the ChinaJoy exhibition and conference in Shanghai, the DNAC will see top teams from China, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines pit against each other in various modes of competitions with more than 100,000 Chinese Yuan (est. SGD20,000) prize money at stake.


“It’s the first time we are organizing an Asian regional competition for the Dragon Nest SEA community, and the support shown by the players have overwhelmed us. I look forward to an exciting and fantastic tournament,” said Mr Addison Kang, Vice President of Shanda Games International and Dragon Nest SEA Producer. “From the results at the recent Shanda Games Invitational event, I have utmost confidence that Dragon Nest SEA participants will do us proud in China.”


These teams – already preselected from intense qualifiers in their home countries – will pit themselves against each other in ‘best of three’ competitions in a variety of modes. Armed with level 50 characters unavailable to ordinary Dragon Nest SEA players, these warriors of Lagendia will compete in the Lost Temple and West Village Ruins maps. Dragon Nest SEA fans will also be able to catch the PvP debut of the much-vaunted Academic Class at the DNAC.

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