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Week's best VODs: October 21-28

Posted by Radoslav "Nydra" Kolev 38 weeks, 3 days ago

6.79 experiments, jawdropping WCS Season 3 plays and top lane Swains are the gist of our newest "VODs of the Week".


 
 Dota 2

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Team 1: Europe LGD.int
Team 2: China iG
Event: WPC Ace League (G2)

Luminous has been talking about getting Midas on supports for a few weeks now. Misery put it to good use. One of the most farmed Crystal Maiden you will ever see!

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Team 1: Sweden Alliance
Team 2: Ukraine Na`Vi
Event: WePlay WB Finals (G1)

The most anticipated match of the week did not disappoint. Everybody loves to watch Na`Vi and [A] going against each other but by adding 6.79 patch into it, the game just got 10,000 times more exciting.

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Team 1: Ukraine Na`Vi
Team 2: Russia Empire
Event: WePlay WB Semi Finals (G2)

This is by no means a close game but this is Na`Vi's 6.79 experiment with Dendi's Pudge. If you are a big fan of his Pudge, check out to see how scary it is now that he can blink into fogs.

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 StarCraft 2

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Player 1: Korea Jaedong
Player 2: Korea MMA
Event: WCS Season 3 finals

Arguably the best game of the tournament. The two titans go at it for a whole hour as the supply counts swing dramatically, leading to mind-blowing comebacks and admirable displays of perseverance. 

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Player 1: Korea MC
Player 2: Korea Hack
Event: WCS Season 3 finals

MC is known for surviving situations normal players die to and this one is no different. Badgered and bullied by Hack's harrasment, MC pushes his psi storms to the limits to defeat the final push of the Terran.

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Player 1: Korea Dear
Player 2: Korea HerO
Event: WCS Season 3 finals

PvPs are not famous for being the most attractive match-up in SC2 but there are exceptions to be seen. One of that is Dear vs HerO in the Season 3 finals, featuring tempest flanking armies. Yeah.

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 League of Legends

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Team 1: United States Curse
Team 2: Korea Quantic
Event: NESL (at 2:38:00)

For an amateur game, the hype for this game was quite high.  We got to see the fresh Curse top laner Quas use his trademarked Swain against the immigrated Korean squad.  Also featuring Voyboy's Tryndamere.

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Team 1: United States Curse
Team 2: Korea Quantic
Event: NESL (0:29:00)

Locodoco played an incredibly strong Caitlyn, making Quantic's sieging potential amazing. Curse was eventually able to close out the game with Voyboy on a well played Kassadin and Quas bringing a solid front line.

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Team 1: United States Curse Academy
Team 2: United States Complexity
Event: NACL

In the midst of several different amateur tournaments, Curse Academy has been improving the quickest.  Playing the most games simultaneously has allowed the team to grow and put a stop to Complexity's domination.

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