Na'Vi and mouz are fighting each other in the second season of StarLadder: Mouz is playing this game with a new face on among its ranks: CWM. Na'Vi on the other hand is complete, although the team lost a few games recently. Each game on Starladder matters, as the best teams qualified will fight at the LAN finals. Let's see if mouz can survive Na'Vi's laning phase and deal with their intense pushing strat game.
Yaroslav 'NS' Kuznetsov is starting to write a Dota 2 strategy blog over at his teams' clan Virtus.Pro, in Russian. GosuGamers.net recieved the permission to publish his very first blog entry in an English translation. NS explains in his first blog why Roshan is imbalanced in why he would like him to drop Cheese always instead of Aegis.
DD and Quantic are still in the battlefield for the joinDOTA Open Grand Final. The result so far is 1-0 and as Quantic struggles to keep alive in this game and get a chance to play the next one, DD doesn't seem to fancy giving it away.
There is not turning back now; we're sure to see the best of both teams in this match. Will DD confirm their victory playing once again the Brewmastwer and the Broodmother, or is Quantic's Morphling and Leshrac going to take the prize now? Can DD finish the game before Morphling becomes a threat? And what if he does, do they have a backup plan? Keep reading to find out!
DD goes hand to hand against their former sponsor's new team, Quantic, for the joinDOTA Open Grand Final. A game filled with action of the highest quality and ganks all the way until the end.
With both teams performing exceptionally well making their way to the final, it's now the time to make it count. Which of the two teams is better prepared for this? Is experience really what matters for this match? Or is Quantic going to outplay their predecessors and affirm their sponsor's choice picking them up? There's only one way to find out - keep reading!
Hello and welcome to yet another Strategical Analysis feature. This time we bring you, a best of guide to the best games of our very own Gosu League Qualifiers. If you haven't checked them out, now is the time, watch the moments and the means employed by teams to achieve the qualification in a series of eight qualifiers featuring new and well established teams.
Kevin 'Purge' Godec has turned his hobby into a profession. Reaching new levels in viewer numbers with his casts from the StarLeague, he is one of the uprising group of new successful Dota 2 commentators. He will bring you home the games of the upcoming GosuLeague from his hometown Madison, Wisconsin.
David "GoDz" Parker is a familiar face to the GosuGamers community. Having commentated numerous events in the DOTA scene, both online and offline, he is one of the most appreciated casters in the scene. Being one of the characters to bring you the competition and coverage for GosuLeague, GosuGamers went ahead to pick the Australian globetrotter's brain.