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Facing off against Fnatic for a spot in the Starladder i-League #2 SEA qualifiers grand finals, MVP.P were defeated and eliminated 0-2.
Kaipi’s manager has announced that Ludwig 'zai' Wahlberg will make his return to professional Dota in the support role for the team.
The North American organization, known for their CS:GO squad, announced their return to Dota 2 this past Sunday by signing Ivan 'VANSKOR' Skorohod’s team, !Rebels.
Day two at DreamLeague studio LAN Playoffs started with the lower bracket finals, a rematch between Na’Vi and Virtus.Pro.
The playoffs for DreamLeague season 5 started today at the Monster Energy DreamHack Studios in Stockholm, Sweden with No Diggity, Virtus. Pro, Na’Vi and the defending champions OG battling in a studio LAN setup for the $100,000 prize pool.
Topping off the list of direct invites to the Nanyang Championships is Newbee, the second place finishers at EPICENTER.
Two days after the release of the International 6 Compendium, the community boosts the prize pool to $3,923,583-- almost one million more than what was raised in the first 48 hours of last year’s edition.
After a couple of smaller online tournaments aimed to sustain and help tier two teams develop and grow in a competitive environment, ProDotA is ready to raise the bar with a $50,000 Global Grand Master online event.
A multi-game tournament featuring over RMB2,000,000 (USD300,000) of prize money and a LAN final in the 2008 Olympics venue has been announced by the Chinese government.
Eight teams have been cut to two in the Nanyang Championships #2 Americas qualifiers. Today, the champions of the qualifier will be decided after DC faces off against Shazam.
The 12-team single elimination Chinese qualifiers for ESL One Frankfurt have kicked off, and will decide the final team attending the LAN event.
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The hallmark of the first Premium Tournament in the Philippines, ESL One Manila will forever be remembered as the one that paved way to the development of the SEA and the Philippine Dota 2 scene. The first day of ESL brings the intensity and entertainment of such a prestigious event to the local community.
With ESL Manila 2016 approaching, Gosugamers had the chance to talk with the winner of the Chinese qualifiers, Wings Gaming, about their team chemistry and perspective on the current meta.
Apart from being the last and the biggest LAN event prior to The International, ESL One Frankfurt is also the most important cosplay competition dedicated entirely to Dota 2 fans.
One of the most successful and largest Chinese companies, Alibaba, has just announced their commitment to organise an Esports event worth over $5,500,000. But, the question is: Who is behind this company?
Jio 'Jeyo' Madayag has recently returned to his old team mates and has already begun playing events with them once more. We are glad he took the time out from RAVE's bootcamp session to sit and talk to us about his feelings on getting back with his old mates and the future of RAVE in upcoming events.
During the last evening in Croatia at DotaPit we had the chance to interview Danil 'Dendi' Ishutin from Natus Vincere.
Although he’s been around the scene for quite some time now and became a full time caster for joinDota over an year ago, DotaPit #4 LAN event was the breaking ground on commentating live events for Gareth "durka" Bateson.
MVP Phoenix has eliminated OG in the first day of DotaPit Season 4 LAN playoffs. Right after the series was finished, Noah 'MentalProtector' Pyo took a few minutes to sit and talk with us about MVP’s training adventure for the Shanghai Major and of course about their hopes for the current LAN event.
The time after the major is where a team shows its true character. This is where they bounce back from losses instead of licking their wounds. DotaPit’s field is as packed as one could hope for in a non-valve event, it features six teams that just just competed at the Shanghai Major. The format is pretty simple; eight teams fighting in a single elimination BO3 bracket.
March 3rd, 2016 was the grimmest day in the history of Chinese Dota. None of the Chinese teams which attended the Shanghai Major made it to the top 8. For the Chinese Dota fans that attended this event, this defeat was both humiliating and soul crushing to say the least. The question that demands an answer is why has the level of Chinese Dota deteriorated so much at this Major?
Rarely seen in professional games and rarely heard from this year, Gosugamers managed to catch up with SEA veteran Lee 'KyXy' Kang Yang to discuss his activities in China.
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