Recently we gave you the new and improved Team Profiles here on GosuGamers. Tonight we give you the next step on our line of site improvements, it is the front page match ticker as well as the match pages. This article will provide a brief explanation of what is new.
The Swedish eSports company and MTGx of the international media group "Modern Times Group" will cooperate to build an eSports studio in the Swedish capital, gunning for "7 days a week, 365 days a year" broadcast.
Icefrog has just released patch 6.78c, which introduces slight nerfs to some of the popular heroes. The patch is expected to get implemented in Dota 2 next Thursday European time.
The Gigabyte Mineski Pro-Gaming League (GMPGL) resumed with the third leg of their fifth gaming season, sporting the relatively old but still locally famous WC3's Defense of the Ancients.
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Two of the most arguably powerful Chinese teams meet in the SMM Playoffs. With Burning behind a Lycanthrope and Zhou playing a Necrolyte, we have two of the most famously talented carry players fighting it out. To spice up the mix, we have Pandaren Brewmaster and Gondar on iG while DK picks... wait for it... an unprecedented Chaos Knight.
In our first article on statistics, we presented an analysis of ESWC Dota 2 tournament. This time, we're looking at the SMM playoffs. Despite all the technical problems, SMM allowed us to watch some really good matches. We'll see what's trending and what's not, this time with a complete hero pool.
The Chinese powerhouse DK throws down against WE. DK has been streaking through the championships recently, leaving a burning trail of victories in their wake. WE, however, is no pushover, and have taken on a set of high-tier teams, coming away with victories. With Obsidian Destroyer, Invoker and Dark Seer fighting it out against Weaver, Puck and Windrunner, this looks like it could be a high-intensity game!
The double-DotA event of WCG Asia made it's way to the playoffs. Teams from twelve different countries have made their way to Indonesian capital-city Jakarta and have got to participate in both a DotA as well as a Dota 2 tournament of equal structure.
The winner of group A faces the winner of group B. This pits the German team .exe against the French team Virus. Both teams are seen to focus on the mid game, playing large arrays of mid-game carries such as Broodmother, Invoker, Weaver, Puck, Queen of Pain, Beastmaster and Windrunner.
China's IG.Y goes head-to-head against Malaysia's MUFC in this contest of strategies. Will IG.Y's heavy early push prevail? Or will they lose their race against time and get destroyed by a farmed Antimage from MUFC? With some very entertaining carries and semi-carries such as Lycanthrope, Syllabear and Pugna, as well as some interesting role-contests between Chen and Enchantress, this is definitely a game to watch. Read on!
The journey has ended. Neolution are up against Orange.eSports in the finals of ESTC 2011, which has been a hell of a DotA tournament. Read inside to find out what happened in this replay analysis by our strategist L3vaThiaN-, analyzing the use of a Troll Warlord to counter Broodmother and Anti-Mage.=0>
It is the end of the road for the four most persistant teams of ESTC 2011. Tomorrow, on Sunday the 9th of October, MUFC and MiTH.Trust will blow the clarions of war for the first time in the third place decider, followed by the grand final between the surpassing Orange.eSports and Neolution. Split up in unequal amounts, converted $10,000 will change hands tomorrow; close to $6,000 go to the winner. The following two squads hold on to the chance of becoming the 2011 Electronic Sports Thailand Championship winner.
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