Mineski or Duskbin at TI2?
Posted 14 May 2012 - 07:39 PM
http://gosugamers.ne.../rankings/12769 --- Mineski won a total of $6500 from various of int. lan tournaments
Largest prize money won-Razer !DOTA 2! Tournament, Singapore (2012) - $2,500/ 85,000 php (1 sgd = 34 php)
http://gosugamers.ne.../rankings/13761 --- Duskbin $1300
Largest prize money won from int. tournaments, 2nd - e-Club The Evolution Grand Final, Singapore (2012) - 1000 SGD / 34,000php
2. Gosugamers.net Rankings:
Mineski - currently ranked 45
Duskbin - currently ranked 15
3. Roster change
Mineski - 2 players were already replaced (Julz,John),
Duskbin - New team (compared to MineskiHF), been very stable
Mineski - Not sure if Mineski can afford to send their players to Seattle BUT Mineski shops are already scattered in almost every part of the PH so they probably can
Duskbin - Duskbin is a renowned esport organization and seems to have some solid sponsors so they probably can- http://www.duskbin.com/partners
5. Recent Performance
Mineski- Worst form due to lack of practice and roster changes
Duskbin- Good and Impressive but they still have a lot to prove
In conclusion Duskbin > Mineski atm
BUT if they will take dota 2 seriously and practice hard again in just 2 months,im pretty sure they can perform better than Duskbin and put up a good fight at TI2
Posted 14 May 2012 - 08:19 PM
yeah but the teams still need money to process for their visas,valve only pays for the hotel,food,tickets and dude I dont think your planning to go to Seattle without some pocket money right?
2012-05-14 22:04, nincompoop wrote:
Valve pays for all expenses to TI, just sayin'
Posted 14 May 2012 - 10:33 PM
2012-05-14 23:35, sohcahtoa wrote:
Well, Mineski was the best underdog team in TI1 they even managed defeat LGD which is a surprise to everyone. Who knows what Mineski can pull of this year if they will be invited.
It was Nirvana.cn. LGD wasn't in TI1.
*edit* My bad.
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