Dota 2 competition continued today in Bali ©IESF

The Philippines made it into the final of Dota 2 today, winning a best-of-three match against Laos at the International Esports Federation (IESF) World Championships here.

Laos won the first encounter, but the Filipino team were able to win the next two to guarantee at least a silver medal.

Thailand face Indonesia to remain in the tournament, with the winner set to play Laos for the other final spot.

Elsewhere at the Merusaka Nusa Dua Hotel, Argentina qualified for the CS:GO female grand final with a 2-0 victory over hosts Indonesia, who are confirmed as the bronze medallists.

Argentina face Poland for gold, the nation that defeated them 2-1 in the playoffs.

eFootball 2023 semi-finalists were confirmed today, with Saudi Arabia defeating Turkey in a nail-biting penalty shootout in the best-of-three competition.

Despite missing their first penalty - after drawing 0-0 in regular time - the Saudis pulled off a string of saves to progress.

They next face hosts Indonesia, following their back-to-back wins over Serbia, triumphing 3-2 and 4-3.

Argentina progressed in the CS:GO female competition ©IESF
Argentina progressed in the CS:GO female competition ©IESF

Spain came from a match down to defeat Iraq.

Iraq won the first match 3-2, but 3-1 and 2-1 wins for the Spaniards saw them progress.

In the final encounter of the night, Argentina defeated Mexico in a decider on penalties.

Team IESF - made up of "neutral" Russian players - progressed in CS:GO , with a 2-1 victory over North Macedonia, leaving them just one victory away from the grand final.

Four teams made it through to the next stage of Tekken 7 competition too, with Thailand and Pakistan pulling off 3-0 clean sweeps against Indonesia and Italy, respectively.

Kuwait won 3-1 against the Dominican Republic as South Korea eliminated India with a 3-0 win.

Indonesia and Italy remain in the fight through the loser bracket, defeating India and Dominican Republic respectively.