Invictus Gaming - Team Overview

China
Invictus Gaming is a Chinese pride. They're a team who managed to win the most prestigious tournament in Dota 2, The International 2012 where they defeated the title defenders, Natus Vincere. Besides that, they're also crowned champions of WCG 2012, G League 2012 and ECL 2013. The roster has suffer only a slight changes throughout their Dota 2 history.
Rating 1,192
5
China Ranking
13
World Ranking

Statistics

Dec Nov All time
Winrate: 0% 43% 58%
Matches played: 0 / 0 / 0 3 / 0 / 4 408 / 60 / 239
Current streak: 1 loss

Team performance by month

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17 90%
14 80%
11 70%
8 60%
5 50%
2 40%
1 30%
4 20%
7 10% 10 0%
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Invictus Gaming Achievements

Achievements 2011 - 2012

5th/6th - The International @ Gamescom, Cologne (2011) - $35,000
1st - The International #2 @ Seattle (2012) - $1,000,000

4th - G-1 League 2012 (2012) - $6,300
1st - World Cyber Games (2012) - $20,000

Achievements 2013

1st - G League 2012 Season 2 (2013) - $32,000
5th/6th - G-1 Champion's League (2013) - $1,600
3rd - Alienware Cup (2013) - $7,000
5th/6th - The Interational #3 (2013) - $114,995
1st - Sina Cup (2013) - $3,000
2nd - National eSports Competition (2013) - $11,500
3rd - Sina Cup, season 2 (2013) ~ $820
3rd - Fengyun Hegemony Tournament (2013) ~ $820
2nd - WPC-ACE League (2013) ~ $49,000

Achievements 2014

1st - Red Bull eSports Champions League (2014) ~ $16,500
2nd - G-League 2013 season 3 2013/2014 - $8,200
1st - Netolic Pro League #5 East (2014) - $8,200
4th - StarLadder Season 9, Kiev (2014) - $15,000
5th/6th - MarsTV Dota 2 League (2014)- $800
1st - WPC League, season 2 (2014) - $160,000
3rd - Esports Champions League (2014) ~ $1,600
1st - GEST Challenge June (2014) - $7,000
1st - WVW Nest June (2014) - $5,500
1st - ESL One, Frankfurt (2014) - $84,300
7th/8th - The International (2014) ~ $519,000
3rd/4th - i-League, China (2014) ~ $31,000
7-8th - World Cyber Arena (2014) ~ $3,250
2nd - Esports Champions League #2 (2014) - $3,250
5-6th - i-League, season 2 (2014-15) - $4,500

Achievements 2015

7-8th - Dota 2 Asia Championships (2015) - $122,000
1st - Major All Stars (2015) - $50,400
2nd - StarLadder, season 12 (2015) - $30,000
2nd - Red Bull Battle Grounds (2015) - $20,250
5-6th - The Summit 3 (2015) - $9,500
5-6th - i-League 3 (2015) - $15,000
5-8th - MarsTV Dota 2 League (2015) - $13,000
1st - Esports Champions League (2015) - $21,000
3-4th - ESL One Frankfurt (2015) - $29,600
3rd - WCA China (2015) - $16,000
9-12th - The International (2015) - $220,000