|Alliance vs ONE.dota||Live|
|Departure vs ii.||29m 52s|
|Fnatic. vs StarTale||44m 52s|
|MiTH vs Neo.Orange||1h 29m|
|Departure vs Slitherine||2h 29m|
|ii. vs BtO||2h 29m|
|Na`Vi vs Σ.int||5h 29m|
|VG.cn vs mouz||6h 44m|
|DskB. vs Neon.Int||20h 29m|
|RRQ vs MiTH||20h 29m|
|DskB. vs Lowyat.net||22h 29m|
|Neon.Int vs MiTH||22h 29m|
With a big contingent of players already in Poland's Tychy and the rest on their way it's finally official that all-danish team mousesports will not be making the trip, as indeed they've been struggling for a while now with overhauling their roster, announced officially just short of two months ago for the purpose of taking part in this season of RaidCall EMS One.
Gamefy has sent us the new groups for their upcoming G-League tournament alongside a new schedule which will begin on the 9th of December and end on the 19th. The grand final will be played on the 11th of January next year.
iG's CEO Efeng, a staple of the Chinese professional eSports scene, has resigned from his position in the ACE Alliance after six months. In his statement to the public, he affirmed that ACE is doing a good job maintaining the Dota 2 scene in China.
The playoffs of Fragbite Masters are mostly over and done with as the quarter-finals and the semi-finals have both been played out, however due to time constraints and delays during the second day of play the grand finals between Fnatic and Alliance will have to be played next week, December 14th at 18:00 CET.
Coming into the grand final of the bubble race as the fourth seed, Fnatic has fought long and hard throughout yesterday and today to earn their spot in the offline playoffs of D2L in Las Vegas next year. The spot came courtesy of their win 3-1 win over second seed Team Liquid.
Filipino team Execration announced that ninjaboogie and Ewe are now part of the team. They have won their first competition as a team, a small wildcard qualifier for a local tournament.
Sigma International proved themselves tonight when they finished off Natus Vincere 3-2 and secured themselves a spot in the top four of D2CL, while also denying Na`Vi any prize money in the tournament. And they did it without overly relying on Hands of Midas.
Less than 24 hours after Yong-Min 'Febby' Kim left the team, William 'Blitz' Lee, the only foreign player in fOu, has also announced that he will be taking his leave mostly due to communication issues.
Vici Gaming continued their hot streak as they won the second season of Sina Cup with a 3-0 victory over LGD, earning for themselves 50,000 RMB (8200~ USD) in the process. This is the biggest tournament that the team has won so far.
According to a blog post by William 'Blitz' Lee, the captain of fOu Yong-Min 'Febby' Kim has decided to leave the team because he no longer believe in their abilities. This came just four short hours after their elimination from Nexon Sponsorship League Season 2.
The first day of the Dota 2 League (D2L) pre-playoffs is over and only four teams remain. The pre-playoffs will now switch to a best-of-five format and the winner of the final match will be joining Alliance and LGD.cn in Las Vegas for the offline playoffs of D2L.
Misfortune plagues EMS One as yet another team - Team Empire - forfeited their attendance for the upcoming EMS One Fall LAN finals. All this is while Vici Gaming still has not obtain their visa and with another undisclosed team possibly pulling out as well.
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After months of disappointing performance, the management of RisingStars has decided to disband their Dota 2 team after giving the players their final monthly wage. GosuGamers caught up with Yang 'KingJ' Zhou, offlane player of the team, to talk about what led to the disbandment of the star-studded team and also his thoughts on Galvin 'Meracle' Kang.
Dreamhack Winter 2013 will serve as the venue of the LAN finals for the kickoff season of ASUS ROG Dream League. If you aren't very familiar with it, worry not as we compiled the information that we have to fill in the gaps and to hopefully answer everything you wish to know about the competition.
Before we head into the playoffs of MLG Columbus, it's time to take a look back at the events of the previous day and how things unfolded within the press room, as Sun_Tzu recounts his adventures of Day 2 in this blogpost. Baked goods and shifting moods abound.
As we kick off our coverage of day two of MLG Columbus, it's a good time to recall some of the events of yesterday through the eyes of those in attendance. I'm Sun_Tzu, one of the lead editors at GosuGamers, and this is what my first day in Columbus was like.
We are 24 hours away from the much anticipated MLG Columbus and for your convenience, we have compiled this list of everything you need to know about the three days tournament. We also sat down with SingSing for an interview on his thoughts about the tournament.
With MLG Columbus approaching in two days, we reached out to Sam 'Bulba' Sosale of Team Liquid to talk about his team's great run recently, the patch's effect on his team and his team's preparation for the tournament.
We've lived nearly four weeks now with 6.79 and we're starting to come upon a decent amount of data from both scenes as to what works and what does not in this brave new world of Dota. With this in mind, we take a look at trends in both scenes and apply some analysis to the numbers, resulting in hopefully some interesting insights before the impending LAN season.
The Gigabyte Mineski Pro-Gaming League (GMPGL) SEA Finals will be held this coming weekend at Quezon City, Philippines. Four non-Philippine SEA teams, namely Impervious, First Departure, Joenet and Titan, will be competing alongside four local teams for a prize pool of $10,000.
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