Zoo fest ends WCA 2014 as LiBo takes the $97,000
The Chinese mirror between underdog LiBo and BlizzCon CN winner TiddlerCelestial became a Zoolock parade as the entire Bo7 ended in under 40 minutes with a 4:1 win for LiBo.
|1. ¥600,000 CNY||4. ¥10,000 CNY|
|2. ¥300,000 CNY||5-8. ¥10,000 CNY|
|3. ¥170,000 CNY||9-16. ¥10,000 CNY|
Using their WB advantage, the TI4 champions NewBee managed to dominate Cloud9 in the 3-0 Grand Final of World Cyber Arena. With their victory, they have earned the $325,000 first place prize, while C9 will have to settle for $89,400.
The third day of the World Cyber Arena came to a close and saw TI4 champion Newbee reign victorious once more. In the lower bracket, Cloud 9 was able to fight their way through, taking out Team Malaysia, Vici Gaming and Alliance in a row.
The second day of WCA belongs to the past, after several delays and setbacks. Alliance and NewBee managed to take down Cloud9 and ViCi Gaming respectively, while both Invictus Gaming and Natus Vincere were defeated and eliminated from the tournament.
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The first day of the WCA tournament as concluded and the Western teams Cloud 9 and Alliance both won their matches, whereas Natus Vincere fell to Newbee. In the fourth match of the day, Vici Gaming continued their dominating streak and took out iG 2-0.
Starting on October 2nd, top teams and players from around the world will once more assemble in China to compete for over $600,000 in Dota 2 and Hearthstone combined. Today, the organizers announced the match-ups and grups for both titles.
Organizers for the World Cyber Arena have released information on a LAN Final in Yinchuan, China where four Chinese and four foreign teams will compete for ~$470,000 starting October 2nd to October 5th.