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GosuAwards TI10 Edition

 

Best Midlane Player

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Community Choice

Nothingtosay Nothingtosay
From the Dota Pro Circuit matches, to Majors and The International 10, Cheng "NothingToSay" Jin Xiang has been nothing short but stellar. He is the driving force and the key factor in PSG.LGD’s crushing performance through the entire year and one of the most impressive TI10 debutants. 43% of the community vote.


Best Offlaner

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Collapse Collapse
He was already a feared Mars player before reaching the TI10 stage. His incredible control over the game from the offlane was best showcased at the biggest event of the year where he became one of the most memorable players in his role. Magomed "Collapse" Khalilov’s team fight control on heroes like Mars or Tidehunter was perfect, but his Magnus plays were simply incredible and unmatched. 77% of the community vote.


Best Spy Cam Warder

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Miposhka Puppey
Vision wins you games they say, but Yaroslav "Miposhka" Naidenov’s warding at TI10 was just up to another level. He was impossible to beat in that category, and he got all his opponents in disadvantage. 41% of the community vote.


Best Talent of the Tournament

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INSaNiA INSaNiA
Aydin "iNSaNiA" Sarkohi missed the chance of playing at TI10, but his in-depth knowledge of the game and of the pro scene made him the best addition to the panel. More so, when he had to also commentate, he was a natural and made a perfect duo with Owen "ODPixel" Davies. 40% of the community vote.


Favorite Content

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Late Game Show TI Memories
Late Game Show was an excellent way to wrap up a day at TI10. Prominent figures of the Dota 2 scene such as Bruno Carlucci and Ben "Merlini" Wu joined the show host, Ted "PyrionFlax" Forsyth, to share their memories from early Dota 2 days and first TIs. Team Secret and Quincy Crew managers Cyborgmatt and KBBQ, came by to give a wider perspective on how the teams prepare for the biggest tournament each year, casters and analysts came for a relaxed chat at the end of the day giving the fans the chance to get to know them better. 52% of the community vote.


Best Team Jersey

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Community Choice

Undying EG
As one of the two teams that came at TI10 without an organization to support their efforts, Team Undying surprised not only with their spot in the Main Event, but also with the slick and stylish jerseys. 46% of the community vote.


Highlight of the Tournament

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Topson Carries OG Yatoro Rampage X3
TI10 provided a plethora of exciting moments and dazzling plays. It was also the edition where OG aimed for a three-peat, but landing in the lower bracket rather early, they were extremely close to be getting eliminated by Quincy Crew if it Topias "Topson" Taavitsainen wouldn’t have carried them to victory from the mid lane with absolutely stunning plays, map movement and power of anticipation on Void Spirit. 64% of the community vote.


King of the Farm

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SumaiL Ame
The Dota 2 community dubbed him “The King.” At TI10 Syed "SumaiL" Hassan played in the carry role and gave a masterclass on how to swing between an aggressive stance and how to farm efficiently. One of the most memorable games in that regard from TI10 is Sumail’s opening match at the biggest event of the year with a 21/0/6 K/D/A on Clinkz that nearly doubled Nikolay "Nikobaby" Nikolov’s net worth on Morphling. 42% of the community vote.


Most Innovative Draft

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Vg v Fnatic OG v Quincy Crew
ViCi Gaming introduced the position four Weaver with their very first match from the TI10 group stage. It was so powerful that plenty of other teams took advantage of this hero’s versatility and flex picked it though the entire tournament. 56% of the community vote.


Most Memorable Debutant

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Collapse Collapse
It is nearly impossible to decide which one between Illya "Yatoro" Mulyarchuk and Magomed "Collapse" Khalilov was the most memorable debutant at TI10. However, the impact Collapse had with his Magnus cannot be denied, nor the post TI10 effect he still has on everyone’s pubs. 51% of the community vote.


Most Selfless Player

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Save Puppey
Soft supports usually are the ones stirring the pot with early rotations that either enable the mid lane player or ensure the advantage for their safe lane. Virtus.pro’s position four player and captain at TI10, Vitalie "Save-" Melnic had a different perspective on the role and played around synergies that ensured VP’s lead and dominance such as the Dawnbreaker-Bounty Hunter. 35% of the community vote.


Teamfight of the Tournament

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Ame vs the World Team Spirit Last Minute
Wang "Ame" Chunyu is regarded by professional players and the fans as one of the best carries in the world. At TI10 he proved once again why everyone praises him, one of the best highlights being his Luna play that won a 1vs 5 team fight against Virtus.pro in the upper bracket semifinals. 63% of the community vote.


WTF of the Tournament

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Horn Toss Horn Toss
This past TI delivered a lot of plays that left us breathless but one stood apart. Magomed "Collapse" Khalilov’s Horn Toss to the fountain that eliminated the from TI10 the back to back champions. 33% of the community vote.

 

 

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