Pinoys and Koreans remain in TI5 SEA qualifier

Pinoys and Koreans remain in TI5 SEA qualifier

The groupstage of The International South East Asian qualifier is over with MVP.Hot6, TnC, Rave and MVP.Phoenix proceeding to the next stage. Here are some of the top stories.

7 things separating great players from the rest

7 things separating great players from the rest

Explore the things that define a great player

TI5 EU day 1 - The day Na'Vi returned

TI5 EU day 1 - The day Na'Vi returned

Day one of The International 5 Europe Qualifiers was the complete show, featuring a few dull games, a couple of smashing surprises and culminating with a heart stopping final chapter.

Know Your Lore #2: Abathur

Know Your Lore #2: Abathur

In the second installment of Know Your Lore, we cover the history of the Swarm's evolution mastermind. Pronouns. Unclear.

Breaking down EHOME's draft of TI5 CN Qualifiers final

Breaking down EHOME's draft of TI5 CN Qualifiers final

EHOME with excellent drafting skills and execution proved to be a fearsome team and thus won the finals of TI5 China Qualifiers by 3-1 against CDEC.

Rave and MVP.Hot6 red hot in TI5 SEA qualifier

Rave and MVP.Hot6 red hot in TI5 SEA qualifier

Day one of The International 5 SEA qualifiers has ended with MVP.Hot6 and Rave topping group A and group B respectively. The focus of day one is mostly on group A with six of the ten matches played while only four matches were played in group B

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Meracle tweets 5eva disbandment following TI5 SEA loss

DotA 2Meracle tweets 5eva disbandment following TI5 SEA loss

Following 5eva's crushing defeat at The International 5 SEA qualifiers, Singaporean star Galvin 'Meracle' Kang posted on Twitter that the team will most likely be disbanding and he will be taking a break from Dota 2 for at least two weeks.1

Pinoys and Koreans remain in TI5 SEA qualifier

DotA 2Pinoys and Koreans remain in TI5 SEA qualifier

The groupstage of The International South East Asian qualifier is over with MVP.Hot6, TnC, Rave and MVP.Phoenix proceeding to the next stage. Here are some of the top stories.11

WinOut to host a $20,000 LAN event

CS:GOWinOut to host a $20,000 LAN event

WinOut have announced a new tournament hosted on the North American soil which will commence on September 4-6 and will feature a $20,000 prize pool.0

No surprises in HouseCup Group B as Lifecoach, Firebat advance

HearthstoneNo surprises in HouseCup Group B as Lifecoach, Firebat advance

The big hitters of Group B expectedly advanced over underdogs Handsomeguy and Kalaxz and are now in the playoffs.0

Denial eSports acquires Team Gravy

LoLDenial eSports acquires Team Gravy

Denial eSports has acquired Team Gravy, a European League of Legends challenger team captained by LCS veteran Mike “Wickd” Peterson.0

TSM tops Alienware Area51 EU Cup

CS:GOTSM tops Alienware Area51 EU Cup

The second edition of the Alienware Area51 Cup has come to an end with Team Solomid reigning on the top.0

8 TI teams to compete in MarsTV Dota 2 League

DotA 28 TI teams to compete in MarsTV Dota 2 League

With only four days remaining until MarsTV Dota 2 League, they have released the groups and the format of the tournament. Eight of the ten teams invited or qualified for The International 5 will be competing at the event.12

TI5 EU day 1 - The day Na'Vi returned

DotA 2TI5 EU day 1 - The day Na'Vi returned

Day one of The International 5 Europe Qualifiers was the complete show, featuring a few dull games, a couple of smashing surprises and culminating with a heart stopping final chapter.60

CEVO to host ESWC US qualifier

CS:GOCEVO to host ESWC US qualifier

CEVO has revealed the invited teams for ESWC 2015 US qualifier which they will be hostingon May 31st.0

ESL ESEA Pro League prize distribution revealed

CS:GOESL ESEA Pro League prize distribution revealed

ESL has revealed how the prize distribution for season one of the ESL ESEA Pro League season will work.0

ESWC 2015 EU central qualifier details released

CS:GOESWC 2015 EU central qualifier details released

ESWC's European central and southern qualifier is set to take place in Warsaw, Poland.0

South East Asia gets FACEIT servers

CS:GOSouth East Asia gets FACEIT servers

FACEIT have expanded their popular league and PUG service to the South East Asia region due to popular demand.0

SK Gaming set to sign another CS:GO team.

CS:GOSK Gaming set to sign another CS:GO team.

SK Gaming is set to sign another team for CS:GO, hoping to yield good results similar to their teams in the past.0

Titan, Fnatic last two teams invited to DH Open Summer

CS:GOTitan, Fnatic last two teams invited to DH Open Summer

Titan and Fnatic join Ninjas in Pyjamas and Natus Vincere to round off the four of eight invited teams to DH Open Summer.0

Roger 3-0’s Rdu to join Thijs in the HouseCup #3 playoffs

HearthstoneRoger 3-0’s Rdu to join Thijs in the HouseCup #3 playoffs

The Taiwanese powerhouse is not ready to give up his dreams of a second HouseCup final.0