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Dota 2 DPC Season 2019/2020 Events&Rules
Dota 2 DPC Season 2019/2020 Events&Rules
For seven years Valve has been trying to find the best format for the Dota 2 season. There was a lot of controversy and discontent every time Valve issued the invite to The International. No one knew what is the system Valve used to choose teams for the invitation.
All Info About TI9(Updated)
All Info About TI9(Updated)
The International is one of the most popular esports tournaments in the world. The biggest prize pool, tens of thousands of fans at the stadium and millions on the broadcasts. Valve promoted esports in the world through “The International”.
ECS Season 6: Astralis Grind It out
ECS Season 6: Astralis Grind It out
Season 6 of Esports Championship Series finished with the final tournament in Arlington, Texas. Astralis proved themselves worthy of being considered currently the best team in the world. The Danish team took the cup and $250,000 of the prize pool, albeit with more difficulty than some of their recent triumphs.
Bear Power at The Kuala Lumpur Major
Bear Power at The Kuala Lumpur Major
The first Major tournament of the ongoing DPC season, The Kuala Lumpur Major, came to an end yesterday. The 16 best teams from all around the world were competing for 15,000 DPC points and the $1,000,000 prize pool at the Axiata Arena.
CS:GO IEM Chicago 2018 – (Almost) Unstoppable Astralis
CS:GO IEM Chicago 2018 – (Almost) Unstoppable Astralis
Another big tournament brought glory for Astralis and their powerful CS:GO style. At Intel Extreme Masters in Chicago, the Danish team lost just once but defeated lots of other elite players in the CS:GO Esports discipline. This victory continues the era of Astralis, which started with the champions title at Faceit Major: London 2018.
FaZe Power in Moscow - Epicenter 2018 Results
FaZe Power in Moscow - Epicenter 2018 Results
The Epicenter 2018 CS:GO tournament which took place in Moscow from 23rd to 28th of Oсtober at the CSKA Arena has come to an end. The total prize value of the tournament was $300 000. Eight teams participated in the tournament, with such big names as Natus Vincere, FaZe Clan and Team Liquid among them.
CS:GO Turkish Delight – Blast Pro Series
CS:GO Turkish Delight – Blast Pro Series
Most Esports tournaments continue for a few days, but events of Blast Pro Series are exceptional. All the participants here play their matches on one day only. Thus, finalists should complete six games, and that is significant pressure even for pro-players – a kind of CS:GO marathon.