Dota 2

A Farewell to Wings

The Kiev Major marks the end of Chinese superpower Team Wings, one of the brightest and most talented teams that Dota 2 has ever seen. With the roster’s departure from their organization, and the members scattering into different teams and temporary retirements,  the Dota world is faced with something that used to be unthinkable: an Aegis of Champions that will

OG Victorious Once Again

Kiev Major The aftermath of the Kiev Major has left many teams devastated as they’ve missed out on the $1,100,000 prize. All apart from now 4th time winners OG who once again have completely dominated the pro scene with outstanding drafts, insane comebacks and of course the wombo-combos. Once again OG proved to be king of the Majors after a

Kiev Major Preview

The first major of 2017 is rolling in, with 16 teams going head to head to see who will take trophy in Ukraine. A crowd of the usual suspects has been invited, and a crop of newcomers and upstarts are looking to make some waves. As this is the last Valve sponsored tournament before the annual Dota celebration that is

Dota 2 Asian Championships 2017 Preview

DAC 2017 Preview The Dota 2 Asia Championships are upon us again after taking a year break. Acting as a in-between “informal” Major between the Fall Boston Major and the Spring Kiev Major, DAC 2017 is looking to offer a stacked international lineup with 12 teams – 6 Chinese and 6 international – clashing for the Radiance trophy in Shanghai,

Boston Major Day 2 Recap: Ad Finem takes down Newbee as China crumbles

The second day of the Boston Major event will bid farewell to four teams, while the other four advance to the next round to keep their dreams alive. After losing both of their representatives yesterday, China will unleash the rest of their teams as EHOME, Newbee and the LGD brothers take the stage. Up and coming Team NP will also

Boston Major Groupstage Recap

With a single elimination bracket playoff stage, the group stage of the Boston Major was more important than it’s ever been. Each group, a mini double elimination tournament to determine seeding, had 4 teams; 2 of which were invited, and 2 of which qualified. We saw some major upsets during the group stage, and some intense matches, here’s the recap.

Virtus.Pro convincingly swept OG to win The Summit 6

Ever since its formation, The Summit has always been a fan favorite tournament as some of the world’s best teams gather in a relaxed and casual environment to compete for a sizable prize pool, all the while enjoying each other’s company and interacting with fans through various entertainment segments. This year, BTS studios continues to live up to expectations as

Wings Gaming takes down NP to claim first International LAN win post-TI6

Northern Arena BEAT Invitational, one of the most anticipated pre-Boston Major tournaments, was quickly reaching its conclusion. After 2 days of competition, only two teams remained. On the one side, Wings Gaming continued to exert their dominance after TI6 as the Chinese squad only dropped 1 game out of 3 series, and they seemed almost unstoppable. On the other hand,

The Summit 6 Preview

The newest iteration of the Summit comes with a lot of expectations behind it. All 8 teams that are preparing to scale up it’s double elimination bracket were invited to The Boston Major and all eyes are on them to see who’s going to emerge as the favorites to take down the seemingly unstoppable Wings Gaming. Here’s some storylines to

Boston Major Regional Qualifiers recap: A new era

After 4 days of thrilling DOTA 2 action at the highest level across the globe, the list of 16 teams attending Boston Major this December has been completed. This qualifier has witnessed the fall of many old-school veterans, as they crumbled during crucial moments against more driven and simply better teams. Out of the 8 that qualified, 2 teams were