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The International 9 Prize Pool & Qualified Teams

The International 9 Prize Pool & Qualified Teams

Esports News – Undoubtedly the biggest Dota 2 event this year, The International 9, is set to start on August 15. It will officially end the Dota Pro Circuit 2018-19 season and will introduce a new set of Dota 2 tournaments afterward. Now, leading the tournaments are the qualified teams who successfully collected enough points from the Keep reading...

OG, NiP Fight For TI9 Spots At MDL Disneyland Paris Major

OG, NiP Fight For TI9 Spots At MDL Disneyland Paris Major

Esports News – The MDL Disneyland Paris Major is the last bridge our Dota 2 teams need to cross to qualify for The International 9. The upper bracket stage is currently underway, and we only see four teams stand. Two of them already secured TI9 spots, so will the other two make it to the biggest esports event Keep reading...

The International 9: What We Know So Far

The International 9: What We Know So Far

Esports News – The International 9, the most-awaited Dota 2 tournament this season and one of the biggest esports events in the world, will be back real soon. Valve continues to tease the audience about the new season after releasing the dates. Now they give fans good look at more elements of the event, including the Battle Pass Keep reading...

Europe Dominates MDL Disneyland Paris Upper Bracket Series

Europe Dominates MDL Disneyland Paris Upper Bracket Series

Esports News – The MDL Disneyland Paris Major recently concluded its first upper bracket tournament series to mark the beginning of one of the biggest Majors this DPC competitive season. As the event progresses, OG Esports and Team Secret continue to triumph over other participants, raising the banners of the European region. Tournament format After Keep reading...

Valve To Take Control of DPC 2019-20 Tournament Formats

Valve To Take Control of DPC 2019-20 Tournament Formats

Esports News – The 2018-19 Dota Pro Circuit season is about to come to a close, and all the remaining Major matches lead to The International 9. Preparing for the grand conclusion, Valve already has plans for next year’s Majors and Minors. The Dota 2 developer has revealed that they will be completely in charge of identifying Keep reading...

Valve Confirms The International 2019 Dates

Valve Confirms The International 2019 Dates

  Esports News – Shortly after Vici Gaming leaked the TI9 schedule, Valve officially confirmed details regarding the event. The Dota 2 tournament is scheduled to take off August 20 and conclude August 25. This indicates that the Group Stage will happen a week earlier. This year, Valve takes the biggest esports tournament to Shanghai, China. Keep reading...

To The Playoffs: Dota 2 PIT Minor Group Stage Recap

To The Playoffs: Dota 2 PIT Minor Group Stage Recap

Esports News – The 3-day round-robin group stage of Dota 2 PIT Minor recently concluded. None of the teams were eliminated and seeded into the lower bracket, so all teams head on to the playoffs. This entire round is an excellent teaser for the kind of Dota 2 tournament people look forward to once The International 9 takes Keep reading...

Vici Gaming Leaks The International 9 Schedule

Vici Gaming Leaks The International 9 Schedule

Esports News – The International is the biggest Dota 2 tournament every competitive season. And now that we’re on its 9th season, it’s bigger than ever. The full and official details for the upcoming tournament hasn’t been revealed by Valve yet, but powerhouse team Vici Gaming appears to have an inside and exclusive access on the Keep reading...

Keen Gaming Seals First-Ever Title At ESL One Mumbai 2019

Keen Gaming Seals First-Ever Title At ESL One Mumbai 2019

Esports News – Unbeatable Chinese team Keen Gaming takes the ESL One Mumbai 2019 crown, defeating all 7 Dota 2 teams in the process and claiming the lion’s share of the $300,000 prize pool. This marks the team’s first live event victory in the history of the organization. Tournament recap After several teams pulled out of Keep reading...

5 Teams Withdraw From ESL One Mumbai 2019

5 Teams Withdraw From ESL One Mumbai 2019

Esports News – ESL One Mumbai is one of the biggest Dota 2 tournaments approaching this year. Despite the tournament’s gravity and popularity, many of the teams have withdrawn from the initial lineup due to conflicts in schedule. J.Storm, Ninjas in Pyjamas, Alliance, Gambit Esports, and Chaos Esports Club will not be competing this season. Keep reading...