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VODs of the Week: Nov 4-10

Posted by Radoslav "Nydra" Kolev 1 year, 1 week ago

VODs of the Week's latest edition returns with the best of Europe's Dota featuring Na`Vi, Alliance and Fnatic, great BlizzCon plays from Jaedong, Dear and Duckdeok as well as more NACL LoL action.


 
 Dota 2

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Team 1: Ukraine Na`Vi
Team 2: Europe Fnatic
Event: Dreamleague Kick Off season

While this game is otherwise one-sided it's a proof that the Chaos Knight and Wisp combo can work after the new patch.

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Team 1: Ukraine Na`Vi
Team 2: Sweden Alliance
Event: WePlay Season 2 (G2)

Death Prophet doesn't usually see a lot of play in competitive Dota 2 so when XBOCT got his hands on it the game became a must-watch.

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Team 1: Sweden Alliance
Team 2: Europe Fnatic
Event: D2L Season 4 (G2)

This 40 minute tour-de-force could serve as the prime example for the respective play style of each team. Fnatic's map awareness and timely rotations, which have turned the team into a top-tier contender post-TI3 faces Alliance's famed split pushing capabilities, keeping them in the game despite them trailing on the scoreboard from the get go.

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 StarCraft 2

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Player 1: Korea Jaedong
Player 2: Korea Dear
Event: WCS Grand Finals

Down 1-2, the legendary Zerg must make something happen. Playing a dominant macro style, Jaedong established map and supply control but there's still life to be found in the WCS Protoss champion.

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Player 1: Korea Jaedong
Player 2: Korea Dear
Event:
WCS Grand Finals

The third game of the series was just as impressive. Jaedong's mid-game macro explodes to take almost every base on the map but Dear, as usual, proves to be difficult to kill. 

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Player 1: Korea Duckdeok
Player 2: Korea Innovation
Event: WCS Grand Finals

One rarely sees Innovation helpless in a PvT but Duckdeok somehow achieved it. Having gone for early game aggression all four games before that, the Protoss opens quick expands and starts delivering pain.

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 League of Legends

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

bobbyhankhill gave viewers their first look at just how devastating the reworked Sivir can be in.  In addition, both teams ran roaming support strategies that kept the game action-packed from the first minute.

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Team 1: United States Curse
Team 2: United States Coast
Event: NACL

Coast received their first loss of NACL to Curse Gaming in a close matchup.  As a bonus, if you're asking how Ziggs will fair with his recent buffs, Shiphtur's answer is explosive.

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Team 1: United States vVv
Team 2: United States Cognitive Gaming
Event: NACL

vVv did well this week replacing Infinite Odds, pulling out a 2-0.  Their game against Cognitive showed off a kiting, turret-crushing composition and the high level of play-making coordination that earned them a reputation. 

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