|Fnatic. vs mouz||Live|
|mouz vs Fnatic.||Live|
|EG vs RoX.KIS||Live in - 23m 52s|
|QPANDAS vs Na`Vi||Live in - 53m 52s|
|dignitas. vs Na`Vi||Live in - 2h 53m|
|RSnake vs Dreamz||Live in - 17h 53m|
|For.Love vs iG.||Live in - 19h 53m|
|RoX.KIS vs QPANDAS||Live in - 23h 53m|
|RoX.KIS vs OsG||Live in - 1d 53m|
|TongFu vs iG.||Live in - 1d 13h|
|RStars vs MiTH||Live in - 1d 14h|
|VG.cn vs MskiRazer||Live in - 1d 17h|
Na`Vi will be taking on Team Dignitas as the opening game of RaidCall Dota 2 League at 21:00 CEST today. Although the prize pool for RaidCall D2L has not been announced, the top two placers by the end of the season will be playing the grand final in Dreamhack Valencia at the 19th of July.
Kaipi is now second in the qualifying stages of EMS One American after going undefeated in the second cup and beating Netolic.SA 2-0. The finalist from previous cup, Typical Mistakes and TryHard Dota currently shares first ranking with 125 points each.
The first playweek of RGN League has ended without major upsets and all the favourite teams holding their group. The highlight match of the week is Zenith versus MiTH.Trust in which the Singaporeans narrowly won the game off iceiceice's Anti-Mage.
Mousesports got the well-deserved invitation to The International 3, after their 3-1 victory against DD. Both teams fought valiantly, leading up to the extremely last game that sealed the deal for the Germans.
Five teams out of the 27 signed up remain in the second qualifying cup of EMS One America. Typical Mistakes and TryHard Dota found themselves in yet another deep run in the qualifying cup but they will have to go through Kaipi to top the table this time.
DD.Dota and Mouz have guaranteed their spot to Seattle by reaching the grand final of the western qualifiers of The International 3. Both teams will battle tomorrow to determine who is worthy to receive the invitation to compete in The International 3. The second placer will also be going to Seattle as the wildcard team.
LGD.cn and TongFu closed out the second playday of Dota 2 Super League in spectacular fashion. Vici Gaming and LGD.cn are currently at the top of Group A while For.Love sits at the bottom. We are also halfway through Group A with only five games left to be played before the tournament shifts into group B.
Na`Vi brings home $3,500 and a double invitation to Dreamhack Summer and Techlabs Cup main event after defeating PowerRangers in a showmatch in Minsk. PR settled for $1,500 for their efforts in taking a game off Na`Vi in a spectacular display of Gyrocopter.
One of the most prestigious Western LAN events has announced its invites and qualifiers. Six teams have been added to the invite list of Dreamhack ASUS ROG Dota 2 tournament. Na'Vi, mousesports, Team Liquid, Virtus.pro, Evil Genuises and Fnatic will join both Alliance and Team Dignitas in June.
This week's patch has been released and it mostly involves a couple of bug fixes for Elder Titan and some improvements for the community.
The third installment of RaidCall Dota 2 League will be making its return and this time, with an offline final event. Teams such as Alliance, Dignitas and many more will be participating in the seven weeks long tournament, a much condensed format in comparison to the last season.
Due to Na`Vi dropping out of the tournament, Curse will be bumping all the other teams up by one spot. As a result, the previously eliminated RoX.KIS will be returning to play in the loser bracket final of the tournament while Dignitas was moved into the winner bracket final.
Dreamz has been selected to replace the recently disqualified Neolution.Int in the Eastern qualifier of The International 3. Netolic expressed their displeasure over the selection on their Facebook page but it has been politely declined since.
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Io, Batrider and Lifestealer were the top meta game heroes in The International West Qualifier, never ignored. Lone Druid has an astonishing performance, while Magnus is struggling and down to 33% winning percentage.
SyndereN, captain of mousesports, has done it again. This is his second year in a row where he qualifies into The International, this time he did beat his former teammates (who qualified alongside him last year) to do so. Read what he has to say about it.
With the western qualifier coming to an end, it is now time for the heavily stacked Eastern qualifier. Today, GosuGamers is proud to present you this article consisting of all you need to know about the Eastern qualifier. Do take a read as we bring you our thoughts on what the teams will do, an interview with the GoDz and also predictions from the pros.
It's been a bumpy road for Slark. Introduced in November of 2012, he was riddled with bugs and issues. Pounce and Dark Pact didn't work properly, and his ultimate never displayed the status correctly. Six months down the line and he's in Captain's Mode, able to splash off debuffs and roam the map like an insane piranha. But is he ready for the pro scene? Let's find out.
Former LGD.cn player Xiang 'LongDD' Huang has returned to LGD-Gaming as a coach and will be helping out the team during the Eastern qualifiers of The International 2013. In an interview with GosuGamers, the former proplayer talks about the reasoning behind this move, LGD's performance and their chances in both G-1 League as well as the qualifiers.
Day one of The International 3 West qualifier is now live and we will be bringing you live updates from inside the games here in this article. The article will be updated every few minutes for your enjoyment. This article will also serve as a day one recap by the end of the day.
The Western qualifier of The International 3 will begin tomorrow, but before you get too hasty on putting your bets down, let's take a look at what we have to say about the teams and their current forms. Coupled with this article is an interview with Bruno 'Bruno' Carlucci from TheGDStudio and predictions on the qualifiers by three professional players.
Roster changes have been happening everywhere in the Western scene in the last weeks as every team wanted to have the best possible line-up for The International 3 and its qualifiers. In this feature, we have assembled the roster changes of five of the teams which participate in the Western qualifier.
Despite recent roster changes, Team Empire acquired a spot for The International 3 qualifiers and is looking to make it to Seattle. The team's new captain Visar 'twiSta' Zymberi talked in an interview with GosuGamers about the invites, his career and the Western scene's progress.
Ning 'Xiao8' Zhang is in quite the spotlight recently, participating in a dating show to get the girl of his dreams and also the fact that LGD.cn received an invitation to The International 3. Gosugamers caught up with the captain of LGD.cn on his thoughts about the TI3 invites and what we can expect in his bo5 battle against Zhao Jie.
Evil Genuises had some rough days, being eliminated in the G-1 League Qualifiers and not receiving a direct invite to The International 3, the team is thus hoping to qualify. We caught up with EG's captain Clinton 'Fear' Loomis who has recently switched to the support role and have talked to him about the invitations, the importance of his team's roles and how the Western scene will fare against Asian teams.
Valve has announced the final invitees for The International 3 and it will be none other than LGD International and Invasion-MUFC. With the addition, The International 3 will be represented by six Asian teams and seven Western teams including LGD.Int. This article will serve as a short recap of what has happened during the past week when Valve periodically dropped information of the prestigious annual event. We have also made a prediction on which eight teams will be invited to the qualifiers.
Gosugamers exclusive - Interview with Bulba. We caught up with Team Liquid's star off-lane player, Sam 'Bulba' Sosale to catch up on how he feels upon knowing his team was invited to TI3, their deep run in G-1 League and also his thoughts on who will be the next invitees.
EMS One was a huge success, picking up over 1.8 million channel views on their Twitch account over the course of two days. It was a shame that I did not make it to Katowice to attend the event but judging from the stream and forum threads, I think there are a lot EMS One should work on before their next offline event. Bear with me as I go over the good and the bad of EMS One and what could and should be done throughout the event. This opinion article is based solely on the author and does not represent the company or any organization.
Defying all odds, Na`Vi has emerged victorious in EMS One after coming back from a 1-0 deficit in the grand final. Being seeded into the lower part of the bracket, Na`Vi had it tough facing Fnatic.EU in the first round and Mousesports in the second. However, Na`Vi's bootcamp over the week has proved effective as they returned to the same flawless form they were before their roster change. RoX.KIS on the other hand will be settling for $7,000 and a second place finish in EMS One Spring.
mousesports will be one of the eight teams attending the EMS One LAN finals. In their first game, the German team has to go up against Alliance, formerly known as No Tidehunter. Since the tournament format does not feature a lower bracket, an excellent performance is required every single game. We caught up with their carry player Dominik 'Black^' Reitmeier and asked about his opinion on the tournament format, his team's chances and also touched upon the DDoS issue.
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