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The qualifiers for one of the most exciting events of the year are finally over. There is only one slot left for this tournament, and it will go to the champion of OGA Dota Pit Minor 2019, which will take place in roughly three weeks. Let’s take a look at the teams that qualified for the MDL Disneyland Paris Major from each region.

North America

Evil Geniuses

As expected, the first team that was able to secure their spot for the upcoming Major was EG. The #bleedblue squad finished first in Group A without dropping a single game. In fact, they only lost one map, and that happened in the Playoffs against J.storm.

compLexity Gaming

CoL is the second team from NA that will go to Paris. They were in the same group as EG and snatched up second place. After that, they got a 2-1 victory against Forward Gaming, which gave them the second slot for the Major. This is good news for CoL as they have not been in their best shape recently.

Team Team

The last NA team was not expected, but in the end, they’ve made accomplished their goal. Under the lead of EternalEnvy, they managed to beat J.storm and Forward Gaming in the Lower Bracket, after they got there from the Group Stage.

South America

Butterfly Effec

One of the biggest surprises in the qualifiers has to be Butterly Effec. The Brazillian team finished first in a group with Infamous, SG e-sports and Demolition Boys. As if that was not impressive enough, they won 2-0 against both Thunder Predator and Chaos EC. It will be fascinating to see this team play in the Major. Who knows, we might have a new SA powerhouse on the rise.

Chaos Esports Club

The second team that will ride the rollercoasters in Disneyland is Chaos EC. Unlike Butterly Effec, they were expected to get a slot for the Major since they have been one of the most consistent squads from this region. Chaos defeated Infamous in the Lower Bracket Finals and got the second slot from South America.

Europe

Team Secret

No surprises here. Team Secret was the first team to secure their spot in the Major. After finishing first in their group, Puppey and Co. had to deal with NiP, which they did. Many people thought that Team Secret was unbeatable at one point. However, DreamLegue Season 11 proved those wrong. Now we will just have to wait and see if the European powerhouse will get back on their winning path.

Team Liquid

The TI 7 winners had some problems in the qualifiers, found a way to get in. Liquid was first in Group B, but despite that, they did not put together their best performance. Unlike Team Secret, Kuro and his teammates got a much harder opponent for the playoffs – OG. The series between the two giants was probably one of the most exciting to watch, so I suggest you check it out if you have not already seen it.

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OG

Last, but definitely not least, is the TI 8 champion – OG. They have had some problems during this DPC season. Likely the main reason for that was the absence of ana. However, after he returned to the team, it seems as though they are slowly getting back into shape. After the loss against Liquid, OG had to deal with two Swedish teams – Alliance and The Final Tribe.

CIS

Virtus.Pro

The first slot from CIS goes to Virtus.Pro (such surprise much wow). VP have nearly no competition in this region, and they proved it yet again. The three-times Major finalist has already qualified for TI 9, but it seems like they have no intentions in just attending the remaining events. They want to win.

Team Empire

KingR’s team was able to get the second slot for Paris. Many people thought that either Na’Vi or Gambit esports was going to be second, but that did not happen. Team Empire finished second in Group A. After the loss against VP in the Upper Bracket Final; they were able to deal with Na’Vi, which eliminated Gambit in the previous round.

China

Keen Gaming

KG is the first Chinese team that got their ticket to Disneyland. They finished second in Group B and dealt with the DreamLeague and StarLadder Champions – Vici Gaming. This just further proves the fact that Keen Gaming is getting better and better with each event. If this trend continues and they manage to get to TI 9, we will see some intense moments.

PSG.LGD

The TI 8 finalist is the second Chinese team to qualify for the Major. This happened after Maybe got back with his teammates after his long break. PSG.LGD finished first in Group B and they won 2-0 against Newbee in the playoffs.

Vici Gaming

Of course, the last Chinese team is Vici Gaming. It was going to be very strange if the DreamLeague and StarLadder Champions failed to qualify. They were close to failing after finishing first in Group A, they lost against Keen Gaming in the playoffs. Regardless of that, two quick wins against Newbee and Royal did the job.

Southeast Asia

Fnatic

Fnatic is undoubtedly the strongest SEA team during the last couple of months. That’s why it is no surprise that they are also the first one to get a slot for Paris. They finished first in Group A and then proceed to win against Mineski and TNC Predator.

After placing third at DreamLeague Season 11, Fnatic is in good shape try and snatch the victory in Paris. If they manage to do so, they will become the second SEA team to ever win a Major event. The first one was Mineski, which happens to be the second team from this region to qualify for the Major.

Mineski

It seems like the roster changes are finally paying off. Mineski is the second team from this region that managed to get a ticket for the Major. They had to go through the Lower Bracket to do so.

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Never before has the soaring peak of

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been so varied, competitive, full of promise and, most of all, consistent. The top four finishers from the group stages of the MDL Disneyland Paris Major all happened to be the top four teams in this season’s DPC rankings at the time:

Vici Gaming

,

Virtus.pro

,

Evil Geniuses

and

Team Secret

.

Out of four majors this season, Virtus.pro fought their way to the grand finals of three and won one. Evil Geniuses, with their trio of third place finishes at Majors this season (along with taking third at The International 8), have steadily accumulated enough bronze to furnish an ancient Sumerian army.

PSG.LGD

played a brilliant role in giving fans the most electrifying TI grand finals since the era of Wings. Since TI they’ve finished top six at least in each Major this season. Vici not only came, saw and conquered Dreamleague and its accompanying Minor, but they’ve also finished inside of the top eight at every other Major this season.

Then there’s Europe. Amidst debates from fans and players about how many DPC slots each region deserves, what became clear throughout last week was that Europe is, perhaps, most deserving of the lion’s share.

Before Dota 2 even existed, China was a titan of Dota. When Dota 2 did finally arrive, a tradition was established. China won The International on even-numbered years. Odd-numbered years were divided up for the rest of the world to fight over. Even then, only one time ever did a TI grand final not include at least one Chinese team.

Wings gave China their third TI victory at TI6. Up until that point, the other winners included Na’Vi from the CIS region, Europe’s Alliance and Evil Geniuses from North America. Team Liquid kept the tradition alive by denying Newbee a win at TI7, and their win marked the first time that a region aside from China won multiple Internationals.

With OG’s history-making win last year, not only did a European team defy destiny, but they gave Europe as many TI wins as China. Evidence has mounted throughout the current DPC season that the European region is a cut above the rest right now and four teams make up their upper echelons.

Ninjas in Pyjamas

Ninjas in Pyjamas kicked-off the DPC season with their offlaner,

Neta ’33’ Shapira

absent from the Kuala Lumpur Major. Standing in for him was Team Liquid’s star Position 3 player,

Ivan Borislavov ‘MinD_ContRoL’ Ivanov

. NiP finished fourth and went on to have a quiet season. This led fans to question the team’s ability to perform without MinD_ContRoL.

Over the past two weeks, NiP won the OGA Dota PIT Minor to punch their ticket to Disneyland. There, they finished in the top six, alongside a resurgent OG. They even punctuated their run with a strong win over reigning Major champions, Vici. With their recent improvement and the potential that continues to be realised by this roster, NiP has proven that they’re strong and only getting stronger.

OG

For all of the superlatives one could heap on OG for their TI8 run and the string of Majors to their name prior, they’ve not had an explosive season.

Anathan ‘ana’ Pham

once again took a hiatus from playing Dota. In his absence, the team moved forward with

Igor ‘iLTW’ Filatov

. They steadily improved with their new carry, but not quickly enough to keep the dream of another TI alive. Luckily, ana recently returned to the team and they’ve already begun regaining their form, with a notable win last week over VP and a top six finish at the Paris Major.

Team Liquid

Riding the wave of momentum generated by their TI7 win, Team Liquid spent an entire year being one of the strongest and most consistent teams leading up to TI8. This current DPC season was much rougher for them, as they quietly reinvented their style. Now, under the roof of the House of Mouse, they’ve struck paydirt.

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After a narrow loss to EG in the first round of the upper bracket, they went through paiN, Vici, OG, PSG.LGD, and Evil Geniuses back-to-back on their road to the grand finals. In other words, they beat South America’s strongest team, the winner of the previous major, multi-time major champions and the reigning TI8 champions, the TI8 runners up, the TI5 champions and consistent podium-finishers. They came up short against Team Secret, but with one of the most impressive lower bracket runs since TI7, they’re back in top form.

Team Secret

Like Virtus.pro, Team Secret has appeared in the grand finals at three out this season’s majors so far and finished fourth in Sweden. Unlike Virtus.pro, they now have two current season championships to their name. Secret themselves knocked down LGD, OG and EG, before trouncing Liquid 3–1 in the grand finals of the Paris Major. For good measure, they also took the crowns at ESL One Hamburg and ESL One Katowice. Their accomplishments this season don’t need to be primped, preened, or otherwise talked up. They speak for themselves. Team Secret is the best-of-the-best right now.

Europe has three undeniable tier one teams and a surging NiP, who’re only getting better as time progresses. Four of the top six finishers at MDL Disneyland Paris and three of the current eight teams who’ve already clinched their TI9 invitations hail from Europe. This weekend cemented a few things: nobody’s untouchable, but European teams are the reigning kings of kings. There’s only one Major left this season and then it’s on to the first ever International to be held in Shanghai, China. The question, until then, is how long will Europe wear the crown?


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