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Team Lithium to replace Team Liquid at DreamLeague Season 10 Minor

Dota 2 Cristy “Pandoradota2” Ramadani


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Due to reported illness, Team Liquid will not be attending DreamLeague Season 10 Minor and will be replaced by Team Lithium. 

Last month the two teams that would represent the EU region for the first minor of the year at DreamLeague Season 10 Minor were determined to be The Final Tribe and then Team Liquid. However, things have since changed. 

Team Lithium had come in fourth place at the qualifiers, behind MangoBay - but due to Mango's recent disband, Team Lithium was able to step in and claim the coveted opportunity. 

Upper Bracket

Lower Bracket

Round 1 - Best of 3

Round 2 - Best of 3

Final

Best of 3

(bye)
(bye)

Team Lithium were formed at the start of the new DPC 2018-2019 season and have been a solid fixture in the European scene since. Although the team has struggled to lay claim to any notable achievements yet, this will be the perfect chance for them to change things and seize a top placement. 

DreamLeague Season 10 

  • October 29 – November 4 – LIVE FINALS at the Monster Energy DreamHack Studios
  • Eight teams qualified
  • Winner heads to the Kuala Lumpur Major
  • All teams will gain DPC points 
     

DreamLeague Season 10 participating teams:

United States compLexity Gaming
United States Rooons
Peru Infamous
Sweden The Final Tribe
Ukraine Na'Vi
China RNG
Malaysia Tigers
Europe Team Lithium

DreamLeague Season 10 Prize pool:
Total: $300,000

  • 1st – $125,000
  • 2nd – $70,000
  • 3rd – $35,000
  • 4th – $25,000
  • 5/6th – $15,000
  • 5/6th – $15,000
  • 7/8th – $7,500
  • 7/8th – $7,500
     

QUICKPOLL

Do you think that Team Lithium will have a fighting chance to get to the Major?

Yes, of course
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No, they aren't gonna be top 3
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Cristy “Pandoradota2” Ramadani
Pandora is a behind the scenes Dota 2 professional Jack of All Trades. When not busy with Dota 2 work, she is out trying to save the world or baking cupcakes. Follow her on Twitter @pandoradota2

Discussion

  • "mcfrance" ,
    At first I like LIQUID.. to what they show now, like losing to MAJOR TOURNAMENT and NOT ATTENDING in MINOR TOURNAMENT.. I really getting to HATE them.. fack.. I've been always waiting for TEAM LIQUID for their game with any foes.. As I have observe to them better if they want to DISBAND their TEAM.. or not PLAY ANYMORE.. coz showing like that to their FANS not accepted to me.. dammm
    • "DarkSun123" ,
      And here we have a classic case of either "language barrier, but i am gonna give my 2 irellevant cents about it anyways, even though i didn't understand the whole article" or "i was too dumb, too lazy, or both to read the article and am gonna roid rage about the headline" Get a grip on reality dude. If people on that team (or family, it happened to other teams) are sick, they aren't going to attend. If "losing TO (ahahaha) major tournament" makes you hate a team that you usually like you should honestly get yourself checked mentally, cause something is wrong with you.
  • reza "r70-razor" razor ,
    This makes me feel ambivalent. On the one hand, I am kinda sad that I can't watch some liquid dota, no matter how they perform I have always followed and supported them since 5jungs days. On the other hand, as a dota fan, I am happy to see the chance given to a newly formed or so called tier 2 team to put up some fight. Who wouldnt love to watch another Ad Finem shaking the scene?

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