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Ran on the FACEIT platform, the EU and US open qualifiers for Dota Pit season 4 will reward the top eight placed teams with gaming gear and G2A.COM gift cards.
Featuring the recent Fall Major winner team OG, and the only ones who defeated them twice in Frankfurt, Vega Squadron - Asus Rog DreamLeague#4 LAN playoffs will begin tomorrow at Dreamhack Winter.
With the addition of Limmp and Chessie, four out of five stayGreen Heroes of Newerth team are now reunited in DotA 2 under the banner of compLexity Gaming.
The thirteen season of Starladder is already well advanced with the regional qualifier process and the first to decide its top three teams that will make the travel to Minsk, Belarus where the final stage will take place, is China.
Team Empire’s official twitter page announced that Funn1k will be standing in for Team Empire at the DreamLeague Season 4. This will be Funn1k first appearance after parting ways with Natus Vincere.
On the last day of the Malaysia Cyber Games LAN event, December 13th Team Secret will make a special appearance at the Negara KL Stadium for a 10 vs 10 show match where the audience will get a chance to play with their idols.
[Spoiler Alert] “I honestly won’t be surprised if EG and Secret will meet again in the Grand Finals.”
OG proceeds to the grand finals of the Frankfurt Majors after taking down heavy favorites EG with a 2-1 score.
The BTS Series SEA is back with its second season. This time 16 SEA teams will compete for the $10,000 prize pool over the course of ten days.
The final game of Day 5 of the Frankfurt Major featured once again, OG and another Chinese team, this time EHOME. The Winner of this match will play against Team Evil Geniuses tomorrow in the lower bracket finals.
Team Secret and Evil Geniuses faced off in an intense, closely-fought contest between two of the titans of Western Dota. The upper bracket final delivered some of the best Dota of the entire tournament, with unbelievable plays, great teamfights, and surprise hero picks galore.
According to ESL staff here at the Messe the Frankfurt Major Finals are almost sold-out. Don’t miss your chance to get a last minute ticket for what’s about to be the most exciting LAN finals since TI5.
At the Frankfurt Major we caught up with MoonDuck Studio Talent Zyori and got his impressions of the event so far.
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There are few tournaments in DotA that really marked the history of the game and will remain in everyone’s minds and hearts. I believe that the Frankfurt Major has all the attributes to be regarded as a brilliant moment that will be mentioned in our DotA discussions for years to come.
In the penultimate day of the Frankfurt Major we caught with ESL’s Managing Director of Pro Gaming, Ulrich Schulze. We’ve discussed the organizing involvement of Valve and ESL for the first-ever DotA 2 Major and the impediment that media had to face on interviewing the players at the venue.
Moments before his departure from Frankfurt we caught up with Fnatic’s veteran player Chong Xin 'Ohaiyo' Khoo and talked about what went wrong for his team and what are Fnatic’s plans for the incoming new roster shuffle lock down period.
Vega is one of the best teams in Europe right now and is a top contendor for this event. But the most important question is, "Can they do what they did at ESL One New York?"
The Vici Gaming today has all the defining characteristics of a dream team. All of the players in the roster are the best of the best at their role - Burning being one of the most reliable carries in the world; iceiceice is widely regarded as the player with the best mechanical skills; the support duo that can outplay any team in the world, and Super being one of the founders of using strength heroes in the mid-lane. That being said, why haven’t VG won any tournaments with their new roster?
Since placing second at TI5, CDEC Gaming have had a mixed run of form, struggling to grapple with 6.85 Dota. Could the Frankfurt Major be the event where they show their strength once more?
The million dollar Dream Coil, the undefeatable Lone Druid, and the swift movements of Io, all these treasurable moments of Alliance at TI3 almost sound like a myth for new players and spectators of DotA 2. After winning TI3, from placing 11th-12th at TI4, to not even qualifying for TI5, Alliance’s performance have been going downhill.
Ahead of the upcoming Frankfurt Major, GosuGamers caught up with unknown.xiu's captain, Jesus Alberto 'ztokel' Soria, to talk about the Frankfurt Major, Peruvian Dota, and anime.
The first DotA 2 Major Championship hype is starting to run through our veins. We open our player and teams spot light for the Frankfurt Major with an interview with EHOME’s captain Zhang 'LaNm' Zhicheng.
Gosugamers caught up with Ryan 'Bimbo' Jay Qui at the Nanyang Championships. Among the things discussed is Mineski's rise to the top of the SEA scene and their future plans.
Lasse 'slahser' Malver, a former professional Dota player turned YouTuber and streamer, has decided that he is giving up Dota. His recent guide to Outworld Devourer is an emotional last Dota video from the well-renowned content creator.
A summary of the things the various stories heard by Pineapplecake during the playoffs of the Nanyang Championships.
GosuGamers caught up with Artsiom 'FNG' Barshak from Virtus.Pro at the Nanyang Championships. From VP’s Asian experience to how do they prepare for the Frankfurt Major and what was all about with his wedding deal made with his girlfriend after The International 5, in an interview taken at the Suntec Singapore Convention Centre by Ben "PineappleCake" Tan.
Pineapplecake's experience on the first day of the Nanyang Championships, from observations of the production crew to listening about VP's anime watching habits.
It’s hard to keep up with all the events going on in the Dota 2 scene especially now that they have announced a “four major annual tournaments” style of format to complement the International, the biggest tournament of 2015 held in the summer with a total prize pool of around $18m. Alongside these towering tournaments are a few notable ones who warrant your attention, especially when it turns out to be one of the largest Dota2 tournaments to be held in South East Asia.
It's official: the qualifying teams who will be competing at Valve's first Major have been decided; now it's time to take a look at what got them there. In this special edition of our Heroes series we discuss the usual across all regions: heroes most picked and banned, those which were most contested, as well as those which proved to be the most winning. Additionally we take a peek at a few of the statistics from Frankfurt's Open Qualifiers and consider any noticeable differences between them and those of the Regionals.
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