BOOM ID Is The First SEA Team To Qualify For Kiev Minor
Posted 11th February 2019 By: Derpina    166 Views
Esports News – Starladder ImbaTV Kiev Minor is now in the process of filtering the best teams worthy of the lion’s share of the $300,000 prize pool, 500 DPC points, and a direct invite to the DreamLeague Season 11 Stockholm Major. Following the completed list of qualifying teams from Europe, the SEA qualifiers take center stage. And the first team to successfully secure a slot at the Major is Indonesian team BOOM ID after going through an undefeated run.
Representing the SEA region, Boom ID slowly paves their way through the Dota Pro Circuit tournament. The team received a direct invite to the closed qualifiers of the Kiev Minor after their impressive performance at the DreamLeague Season 11 Stockholm Major SEA Qualifiers. They finished the tournament in 3rd place. Prior to these big events, BOOM ID also attended their first DPC appearance at the Bucharest Minor, but they only ended with a 7th to 8th place finish and garnered 28 DPC points.
At the beginning of Kiev’s Minor qualifiers, BOOM ID immediately executed strategies to get ahead of the competition and surpass other SEA representatives. They passed the entire playoffs without a single loss, defeating DeToNator and Lotac twice in the process. Currently, they are the sole SEA team at the Kiev Minor.
BOOM ID roster
- Rafli “Mikoto” Fathur Rahman – Solo Middle / Carry
- Randy “Dreamocel” Sapoetra – Solo Middle / Carry
- Saieful “Fbz” Ilham – Support
- Tri “Jhocam” Kuncoro – Support
- Alfi “Khezcute” Nelphyana – Support / Captain
Both TNC Pro and Tigers were also part of the qualifiers and are also being considered as heavy favorites. TNC was soaring high in the past few rounds, but Tigers were eliminated on the last match. This resulted in another match. Both TNC and Tigers will vie for DPC points from this rotation of Minor and Major
The qualifiers for the Minor will continue with the CIS region. The teams will compete for the 2 spots available for the event. The North American region will follow the lead with a single spot. Meanwhile, the finals will be held on March 7 to 8, featuring the dominating teams of the 6 participating regions.