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After an intense best-of-three showdown between iG and Liquid, Burning’s squad got the better of Liquid and cruised their way to the semi-finals of the Kiev Major.

Game One
Starting off the game, iG went for their comfort pick Ember backed by Burning on his Morphling. Liquid on the other hand also went for heavy burst damage potential with a Templar Assassin and Weaver. The crowd control from iG’s Monkey King was, however, a bigger problem for Liquid who were constantly getting a beating due to it.

Even though Miracle was finding the suitable farm on his TA, teamfights were not going in their favor. Catching a few heroes off-guard, iG got an opening for high ground and moments later the entire Liquid team saw seen dead. With no buyback to stop the aggression, Liquid tapped out to take the revenge in the second game.

Game Two
The second game was mainly a showdown of the better carry. Burning Anti-Mage was against Miracle’s Invoker. However, contrary to what Liquid expected, Miracle died two times in less that 10 minutes. Liquid responded with their rotation and took out iG’s Storm Spirit to put pressure on their mid lane.

Meanwhile, Burning was AFK farming on his AM and got an unorthodox Vanguard first on the hero. The main reason behind it was also the heavy burst that the AM couldn’t have sustained otherwise. Burning was still able to get his battlefury around 16 minutes and that was the biggest worry for Team Liquid.

A team fight near 20 minutes allowed Liquid to take a bit of lead. iG, in turn, took a teamfight a few minutes later and got a key kill on Miracle’s invoker. Although the farm battle was heavily favoring iG’s side, Miracle on his Invoker was also finding enough farm to come online.

Good positioning and some insane plays later Liquid good a hold on iG’s side. A big play followed where Invoker landed a multiple hero Meteor taking out the entire team in a matter of seconds.

Even AM wasn’t able to take withstand the heavy magical damage and predicting the fate of the game, iG eventually tapped out.

Game Three
The third game of the series started with comfort pick on both sides. The game was relatively even until 30 minutes with neither teams being able to make a solid lead over the other.

Catching Miracle offguard, iG got a really good opening which eventually allowed them a lane of racks.

Losing dominance, Liquid had to make a quick comeback. This saw they taking a sneaky attempt on iG from the back. Even with good executions Liquid’s Spectre good an unlucky position in the trees and went down without a fight. iG had all the room in the world for an high ground push and after taking down all the lanes of racks, iG claimed the victory and sent Liquid back home.

With the win, iG have secured their position in the Semi Finals and at least a fourth place finish at the Kiev Major. Meanwhile, Liquid would be going home and back to the drawing board to figure out what went wrong for them in their match versure iG.

TnC vs Faceless

Both SEA teams TnC and Faceless met in an unfortunate matchup at Round 16 of the Kiev Major main event. Any one of them would make it to the next stage but nevertheless, it was expected to be one hell of a match for the fans and the viewers.
Game One
The first game between the two SEA powerhouse started with an unorthodox Storm Spirit pick for Faceless. TnC went with something that has been favored by many teams as of late with a core Spectre and Templar Assassin. Unlike how the draft showed, Faceless were dominating TnC right from the start. Faceless’ support Ogre Magi was proving to be a good choice as it favored the heavy physical damage on their side.

A big moment for TnC came as they caught Faceless’ Slark and tried to further solidify their position with a Roshan attempt. However, things completely got awry, as their Storm Sprit’s long range Storm bolt allowed him to snatch the Aegis and almost wiping the entire TnC afterwards.

On the back of a heavy momentum, Faceless forced high ground and managed a lane of racks while Jabz Storm Spirit got an Ultra Kill. With the score 25-9 in favor of Faceless, the game was there for the taking.

TnC went for a sneaky smoke gank attempt onto Faceless in hopes of catching them off guard, but without the loss of a single hero, Faceless counteracted and teamwiped TnC once again. With nothing much to do, TnC tapped out moments later.

Game Two
With a hard beating in game one, TnC drew the first blood even before the battle timer started.

The first 10 minutes of the game were fairly even as both teams and kills flowed on both sides. With 3-3 score line, the first big kill came for TnC as they managed to take out Black’s Anti-Mage followed by a kill on the Witch Doctor.

The same thing followed a few minutes later, as the blink call into shackle allowed them yet another kill on the Anti-Mage. Faceless continued to respond with kills of their own but the loss of AM was something they needed to overcome.

A much-needed kill for Faceless came as Jabz on his Tiny took out Slark with the heavy burst combo. Teamfight broke moments later that favored Faceless as Jabz got a triple kill with AM having the much-needed assists.

As soon as it seemed a bit favorable for one side, the other team would come with kills of their own to even the score. Although it seemed equal, it was, however, going in favor for Faceless as they had a farming AM on their side.

Thirty minutes into the game, TnC went for a sneaky Roshan and claimed the aegis. On the back of it, a team fight followed, but Faceless got the better of it as they managed a kill on TnC’s Slark.

TnC then followed with a gank attempt and luckily got an important kill on Anti-Mage and further claimed dominance with three more kills. TnC got a good opportunity and secured one lane of racks.

A similar fight broke a few minutes later, which resulted in a teamwipe of Faceless. TnC forced buybacks and having good overall map awareness secured the second aegis for themselves.

Good position from TnC allowed them to take advantage in yet another teamfight and moments later, TnC were knocking on the door of their opposition. The core AM sidelined for more than a minute, Faceless had no answer and eventually tapped out for a deciding game three.

Game Three

The third game saw both teams going for a late game draft as Faceless opted for a Medusa and Slark while TnC opted for a Troll combined with an OD.

Unlike the first two games, game three was relatively slow. Both teams were pretty cautious in making their moves as neither wanted to give an advantage to the other.

Slowly however, TnC gained an advantage over Faceless as they got a few kills here and there. With things going pretty boring on both sides, TnC went for Roshan. Although they did get the aegis Faceless responded and managed to claim two kills while also taking out the aegis carrier.

After a long sloppy game, Faceless got the second aegis and without the loss of any hero on any side, both teams once again went back to farm. Near 35 minutes, FL tried to push high ground, but good defensive strategy allowed TnC to take out the most important Medusa to give them room and much needed momentum.

Near 40 minutes TnC went for the aegis but Faceless was there to contest and within a mater of moments FL took out cores of TnC. Having the momentum on their side Faceless pushed high ground and took out two lanes of racks within no time.

With two lanes of advantage, Faceless went for the final push. While TnC was aggressive it wasn’t too much for Faceless. With a good stun from Nyx, Faceless got the much needed kill on OD. TnC had nothing more to counter FL and accepted their defeat.

Newbee Sent Home by Team Liquid

The biggest match for today was undoubtedly the clash between Newbee and Team Liquid as both teams had a single chance to remain in the event.

The first match of the series was a rundown by Newbee with the panel already considering Newbee as the eventual winners of the series. Liquid however, came back strong in Game 2. On the back of Miracle’s Templar Assassin, Team Liquid stormed through the defenses of Newbee and quickly forced a decider game three.

Starting game three, although the draft on Newbee’s side looked more active on paper, it was Liquid who were more aggressive in their moves.

Right from the start of the game, Liquid had superior map control due to Matumbaman’s Lycan Wolves. Liquid also had greater teamfight due to Miracle’s Death Prophet and it overall looked dim for Newbee.

Two important teamfights went Liquid’s way while their off lane Nature’s Prophet topped the networth chart. While Miracle did not have much impact on the scoreboard, his ability to deal huge damage was creating much problems for Newbee.

A breath of hope came for Newbee near the 30 minutes as a high ground push went completely awry for Liquid. Good defenses from Newbee saw them hold off the heavy damage from Liquid and save their barracks.

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Another push from Liquid followed but this time Liquid were completely destroyed and team wiped by Newbee’s side. While there was hope on Newbee’s side, Liquid’s heavy damage was something that Newbee couldn’t hold for too long.

One teamfight later it was the entire Newbee team on the sideline and within a matter of moments, Newbee tapped out.

With the win, Team Liquid have secured atleast Top 8 finish at the event while Newbee would be packing their bags for home.

Main Event Overview

The first day at the main event of Kiev Major 2017 will see eight teams battling it out in a single elimination best-of-three matchup.

What’s surprising is that even after a clean 3-0 run by teams like Virtus.pro and Team Secret, they are still vulnerable to a defeat by their opponents. A loss at the main event means that the team would be packing their packs irrespective of how well they performed in the group stage.

Although score wise, VP and Secret might have an edge, but this edge still doesn’t mean anything coming into the main event. This is something the community itself is pretty skeptical about. For many the swiss format was just a waste of time when each team is practically in the same position.

This will eventually lead us to bid farewell to four of the eight teams playing at the main event today. iG is taking on mouz while Liquid and Newbee will face off in a few hours.

DC’s new squad will take on VG.J while Virtus.pro will fight the iG.V in less than 10 hours. Sadly, at the end of the day, four of the playing eight will be making their way home while others live to tell the tale.

If all goes well, VP will advance alongside DC but there is sad news for Liquid and Newbee as one of them would be going home after the end of their match.

Group Stage Recap

Group stage for Kiev Major came to an end and after a pretty tough round 4, all teams have found their place at the main event.

With Team Secret, Virtus.pro and claiming the highest seed at the event, all other remaining teams had a tough last round. Every win for the team was crucial as that ultimately decided their seed for the main event.

Teams like iG, TnC and OG were still on the better side of group stage as they had more chance of landing in the top half. Meanwhile, teams like Newbee, Mouz, Faceless and Team Random had rough days at the event which meant they will most likely fight for a better position in the lower half.

Invictus Gaming faced off against Evil Geniuses while Thunderbirds had to take on OG in the fourth round of the group stage. Evil Geniuses although claimed the first game of the series, the remaining two were easily taken by iG followed by their heavy farming and team fight oriented lineup.

Meanwhile, on OG’s side, the green team tried something new in the first game against Thunderbirds. Although Thunderbirds denied them a victory in Game 1, OG came back with two back to back Alchemist Aghanim strategies to secure the series.

The talk of the town TnC had to take on DC in the final round. DC came strong and manage a victory in the first game. However, TnC’s response with heavy split pushing cores was too much of a deal for DC.

Team Liquid who had been struggling for quite some time got their second win on the last day as they ease passed Faceless to slightly gain an advantage for the main event.

With all teams completing their matches for the Kiev Major, we are now all set to make way for the Main Event. The first round of the Main Event will see teams battle it out in a single elimination best of three match with the loser going home with a $62,000 prize money.

Meanwhile, on OG’s side, the green team tried something new in the first game against Thunderbirds. Although Thunderbirds denied them a victory in Game 1, OG came back with two back to back Alchemist Aghanim strategies to secure the series.The talk of the town TnC had to take on DC in the final round. DC came strong and manage a victory in the first game. However, TnC’s response with heavy split pushing cores was too much of a deal for DC.Team Liquid who had been struggling for quite some time got their second win on the last day as they ease passed Faceless to slightly gain an advantage for the main event.With all teams completing their matches for the Kiev Major, we are now all set to make way for the Main Event. The first round of the Main Event will see teams battle it out in a single elimination best of three match with the loser going home with a $62,000 prize money.

The first four matches to take place tomorrow are as follows;
• Invictus Gaming vs Mousesports
• Team Liquid vs Newbee
• Digital Chaos vs VG J
• Virtus.Pro vs iG Vitality

Day 1 Recap

The group stage for Kiev Major, one of the most anticipated DOTA 2 events of the year, started with a bang.

In a rematch of the DAC 2017 final, IG once again came good against their rivals OG. The IG team had two wins in two games and enjoyed a perfect 4-0 scoreline.

Similarly, Team Secret also made a successful start to their Kiev campaign with a commanding 2-0 win against VG.J. With a perfect 4-0 scoreline, both IG and Team Secret geared themselves up for an intense matchup in Round 3.

The biggest blow until now was the showdown between the two which surprisingly didn’t go as many expected.

iG, a team that seemed unbeatable at the event lost the first game to Team Secret. MidOne was truly phenomenal on his Templar and led to a lot of problems for iG.

The second game of the series also started pretty well for Secret. Both teams went for a farm oriented lineup however, the early game aggression was far too powerful on Secret’s side.

Before the five minute mark, Secret had scored five kills onto iG. A slight comeback came as iG ganked MidOne’s sniper and later followed with another kill. A good kill for iG came near the 12-minute mark as 4 iG members teamed up to take out Secret’s core Spectre.

Secret retaliated by taking a risky fight near iG’s tower. Followed by a good black hole and haunt combination Secret took out Burning’s Spectre but a good turnaround by iG took out 3 members of Secret’s team.

Near 30 minutes Secret doubled up in kills and networth further solidifying their presence in the game. With the gradual passage of time, Secret was taking more control over iG’s squad. iG’s lifeline was in their core Medusa but Secret had a complete answer for the tank and took her out a number of times.

However, it was Secret’s game for the taken as they were just waiting for the right items to take a good battle and push high ground. And that’s what happened near 50 minutes as Secret caught off-guard a roaming Treat Protector.

The 5v4 quickly turned into 5v3 leading iG for to immediate buyback on their cores. Even the buybacks, however, weren’t enough to save iG and moments later the team tapped out.

With the win over iG, Secret are now 3-0 in the group stage for the Kiev Major. This will allow the team a top seed in the playoffs as they most likely join the likes of Virtus.pro who are also 3-0 after three rounds at the Kiev Major.

The second game of the series also started pretty well for Secret. Both teams went for a farm oriented lineup however, the early game aggression was far too powerful on Secret’s side.Before the five minute mark, Secret had scored five kills onto iG. A slight comeback came as iG ganked MidOne’s sniper and later followed with another kill. A good kill for iG came near the 12-minute mark as 4 iG members teamed up to take out Secret’s core Spectre.Secret retaliated by taking a risky fight near iG’s tower. Followed by a good black hole and haunt combination Secret took out Burning’s Spectre but a good turnaround by iG took out 3 members of Secret’s team.Near 30 minutes Secret doubled up in kills and networth further solidifying their presence in the game. With the gradual passage of time, Secret was taking more control over iG’s squad. iG’s lifeline was in their core Medusa but Secret had a complete answer for the tank and took her out a number of times.However, it was Secret’s game for the taken as they were just waiting for the right items to take a good battle and push high ground. And that’s what happened near 50 minutes as Secret caught off-guard a roaming Treat Protector.The 5v4 quickly turned into 5v3 leading iG for to immediate buyback on their cores. Even the buybacks, however, weren’t enough to save iG and moments later the team tapped out.With the win over iG, Secret are now 3-0 in the group stage for the Kiev Major. This will allow the team a top seed in the playoffs as they most likely join the likes of Virtus.pro who are also 3-0 after three rounds at the Kiev Major.

The group stage will have its last day with Round 4 tomorrow. The main event of Kiev Major will start from April 27 and will continue till April 30, 2017. Round results as of now are as follows;

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[NEW] Kiev Major 2017: iG too good for Miracle and Co. | Kill Ping | kiev major 2017 – Vietnamnhanvan

After an intense best-of-three showdown between iG and Liquid, Burning’s squad got the better of Liquid and cruised their way to the semi-finals of the Kiev Major.

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Game One
Starting off the game, iG went for their comfort pick Ember backed by Burning on his Morphling. Liquid on the other hand also went for heavy burst damage potential with a Templar Assassin and Weaver. The crowd control from iG’s Monkey King was, however, a bigger problem for Liquid who were constantly getting a beating due to it.

Even though Miracle was finding the suitable farm on his TA, teamfights were not going in their favor. Catching a few heroes off-guard, iG got an opening for high ground and moments later the entire Liquid team saw seen dead. With no buyback to stop the aggression, Liquid tapped out to take the revenge in the second game.

Game Two
The second game was mainly a showdown of the better carry. Burning Anti-Mage was against Miracle’s Invoker. However, contrary to what Liquid expected, Miracle died two times in less that 10 minutes. Liquid responded with their rotation and took out iG’s Storm Spirit to put pressure on their mid lane.

Meanwhile, Burning was AFK farming on his AM and got an unorthodox Vanguard first on the hero. The main reason behind it was also the heavy burst that the AM couldn’t have sustained otherwise. Burning was still able to get his battlefury around 16 minutes and that was the biggest worry for Team Liquid.

A team fight near 20 minutes allowed Liquid to take a bit of lead. iG, in turn, took a teamfight a few minutes later and got a key kill on Miracle’s invoker. Although the farm battle was heavily favoring iG’s side, Miracle on his Invoker was also finding enough farm to come online.

Good positioning and some insane plays later Liquid good a hold on iG’s side. A big play followed where Invoker landed a multiple hero Meteor taking out the entire team in a matter of seconds.

Even AM wasn’t able to take withstand the heavy magical damage and predicting the fate of the game, iG eventually tapped out.

Game Three
The third game of the series started with comfort pick on both sides. The game was relatively even until 30 minutes with neither teams being able to make a solid lead over the other.

Catching Miracle offguard, iG got a really good opening which eventually allowed them a lane of racks.

Losing dominance, Liquid had to make a quick comeback. This saw they taking a sneaky attempt on iG from the back. Even with good executions Liquid’s Spectre good an unlucky position in the trees and went down without a fight. iG had all the room in the world for an high ground push and after taking down all the lanes of racks, iG claimed the victory and sent Liquid back home.

With the win, iG have secured their position in the Semi Finals and at least a fourth place finish at the Kiev Major. Meanwhile, Liquid would be going home and back to the drawing board to figure out what went wrong for them in their match versure iG.

TnC vs Faceless

Both SEA teams TnC and Faceless met in an unfortunate matchup at Round 16 of the Kiev Major main event. Any one of them would make it to the next stage but nevertheless, it was expected to be one hell of a match for the fans and the viewers.
Game One
The first game between the two SEA powerhouse started with an unorthodox Storm Spirit pick for Faceless. TnC went with something that has been favored by many teams as of late with a core Spectre and Templar Assassin. Unlike how the draft showed, Faceless were dominating TnC right from the start. Faceless’ support Ogre Magi was proving to be a good choice as it favored the heavy physical damage on their side.

A big moment for TnC came as they caught Faceless’ Slark and tried to further solidify their position with a Roshan attempt. However, things completely got awry, as their Storm Sprit’s long range Storm bolt allowed him to snatch the Aegis and almost wiping the entire TnC afterwards.

On the back of a heavy momentum, Faceless forced high ground and managed a lane of racks while Jabz Storm Spirit got an Ultra Kill. With the score 25-9 in favor of Faceless, the game was there for the taking.

TnC went for a sneaky smoke gank attempt onto Faceless in hopes of catching them off guard, but without the loss of a single hero, Faceless counteracted and teamwiped TnC once again. With nothing much to do, TnC tapped out moments later.

Game Two
With a hard beating in game one, TnC drew the first blood even before the battle timer started.

The first 10 minutes of the game were fairly even as both teams and kills flowed on both sides. With 3-3 score line, the first big kill came for TnC as they managed to take out Black’s Anti-Mage followed by a kill on the Witch Doctor.

The same thing followed a few minutes later, as the blink call into shackle allowed them yet another kill on the Anti-Mage. Faceless continued to respond with kills of their own but the loss of AM was something they needed to overcome.

A much-needed kill for Faceless came as Jabz on his Tiny took out Slark with the heavy burst combo. Teamfight broke moments later that favored Faceless as Jabz got a triple kill with AM having the much-needed assists.

As soon as it seemed a bit favorable for one side, the other team would come with kills of their own to even the score. Although it seemed equal, it was, however, going in favor for Faceless as they had a farming AM on their side.

Thirty minutes into the game, TnC went for a sneaky Roshan and claimed the aegis. On the back of it, a team fight followed, but Faceless got the better of it as they managed a kill on TnC’s Slark.

TnC then followed with a gank attempt and luckily got an important kill on Anti-Mage and further claimed dominance with three more kills. TnC got a good opportunity and secured one lane of racks.

A similar fight broke a few minutes later, which resulted in a teamwipe of Faceless. TnC forced buybacks and having good overall map awareness secured the second aegis for themselves.

Good position from TnC allowed them to take advantage in yet another teamfight and moments later, TnC were knocking on the door of their opposition. The core AM sidelined for more than a minute, Faceless had no answer and eventually tapped out for a deciding game three.

Game Three

The third game saw both teams going for a late game draft as Faceless opted for a Medusa and Slark while TnC opted for a Troll combined with an OD.

Unlike the first two games, game three was relatively slow. Both teams were pretty cautious in making their moves as neither wanted to give an advantage to the other.

Slowly however, TnC gained an advantage over Faceless as they got a few kills here and there. With things going pretty boring on both sides, TnC went for Roshan. Although they did get the aegis Faceless responded and managed to claim two kills while also taking out the aegis carrier.

After a long sloppy game, Faceless got the second aegis and without the loss of any hero on any side, both teams once again went back to farm. Near 35 minutes, FL tried to push high ground, but good defensive strategy allowed TnC to take out the most important Medusa to give them room and much needed momentum.

Near 40 minutes TnC went for the aegis but Faceless was there to contest and within a mater of moments FL took out cores of TnC. Having the momentum on their side Faceless pushed high ground and took out two lanes of racks within no time.

With two lanes of advantage, Faceless went for the final push. While TnC was aggressive it wasn’t too much for Faceless. With a good stun from Nyx, Faceless got the much needed kill on OD. TnC had nothing more to counter FL and accepted their defeat.

Newbee Sent Home by Team Liquid

The biggest match for today was undoubtedly the clash between Newbee and Team Liquid as both teams had a single chance to remain in the event.

The first match of the series was a rundown by Newbee with the panel already considering Newbee as the eventual winners of the series. Liquid however, came back strong in Game 2. On the back of Miracle’s Templar Assassin, Team Liquid stormed through the defenses of Newbee and quickly forced a decider game three.

Starting game three, although the draft on Newbee’s side looked more active on paper, it was Liquid who were more aggressive in their moves.

Right from the start of the game, Liquid had superior map control due to Matumbaman’s Lycan Wolves. Liquid also had greater teamfight due to Miracle’s Death Prophet and it overall looked dim for Newbee.

Two important teamfights went Liquid’s way while their off lane Nature’s Prophet topped the networth chart. While Miracle did not have much impact on the scoreboard, his ability to deal huge damage was creating much problems for Newbee.

A breath of hope came for Newbee near the 30 minutes as a high ground push went completely awry for Liquid. Good defenses from Newbee saw them hold off the heavy damage from Liquid and save their barracks.

Another push from Liquid followed but this time Liquid were completely destroyed and team wiped by Newbee’s side. While there was hope on Newbee’s side, Liquid’s heavy damage was something that Newbee couldn’t hold for too long.

One teamfight later it was the entire Newbee team on the sideline and within a matter of moments, Newbee tapped out.

With the win, Team Liquid have secured atleast Top 8 finish at the event while Newbee would be packing their bags for home.

Main Event Overview

The first day at the main event of Kiev Major 2017 will see eight teams battling it out in a single elimination best-of-three matchup.

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What’s surprising is that even after a clean 3-0 run by teams like Virtus.pro and Team Secret, they are still vulnerable to a defeat by their opponents. A loss at the main event means that the team would be packing their packs irrespective of how well they performed in the group stage.

Although score wise, VP and Secret might have an edge, but this edge still doesn’t mean anything coming into the main event. This is something the community itself is pretty skeptical about. For many the swiss format was just a waste of time when each team is practically in the same position.

This will eventually lead us to bid farewell to four of the eight teams playing at the main event today. iG is taking on mouz while Liquid and Newbee will face off in a few hours.

DC’s new squad will take on VG.J while Virtus.pro will fight the iG.V in less than 10 hours. Sadly, at the end of the day, four of the playing eight will be making their way home while others live to tell the tale.

If all goes well, VP will advance alongside DC but there is sad news for Liquid and Newbee as one of them would be going home after the end of their match.

Group Stage Recap

Group stage for Kiev Major came to an end and after a pretty tough round 4, all teams have found their place at the main event.

With Team Secret, Virtus.pro and claiming the highest seed at the event, all other remaining teams had a tough last round. Every win for the team was crucial as that ultimately decided their seed for the main event.

Teams like iG, TnC and OG were still on the better side of group stage as they had more chance of landing in the top half. Meanwhile, teams like Newbee, Mouz, Faceless and Team Random had rough days at the event which meant they will most likely fight for a better position in the lower half.

Invictus Gaming faced off against Evil Geniuses while Thunderbirds had to take on OG in the fourth round of the group stage. Evil Geniuses although claimed the first game of the series, the remaining two were easily taken by iG followed by their heavy farming and team fight oriented lineup.

Meanwhile, on OG’s side, the green team tried something new in the first game against Thunderbirds. Although Thunderbirds denied them a victory in Game 1, OG came back with two back to back Alchemist Aghanim strategies to secure the series.

The talk of the town TnC had to take on DC in the final round. DC came strong and manage a victory in the first game. However, TnC’s response with heavy split pushing cores was too much of a deal for DC.

Team Liquid who had been struggling for quite some time got their second win on the last day as they ease passed Faceless to slightly gain an advantage for the main event.

With all teams completing their matches for the Kiev Major, we are now all set to make way for the Main Event. The first round of the Main Event will see teams battle it out in a single elimination best of three match with the loser going home with a $62,000 prize money.

Meanwhile, on OG’s side, the green team tried something new in the first game against Thunderbirds. Although Thunderbirds denied them a victory in Game 1, OG came back with two back to back Alchemist Aghanim strategies to secure the series.The talk of the town TnC had to take on DC in the final round. DC came strong and manage a victory in the first game. However, TnC’s response with heavy split pushing cores was too much of a deal for DC.Team Liquid who had been struggling for quite some time got their second win on the last day as they ease passed Faceless to slightly gain an advantage for the main event.With all teams completing their matches for the Kiev Major, we are now all set to make way for the Main Event. The first round of the Main Event will see teams battle it out in a single elimination best of three match with the loser going home with a $62,000 prize money.

The first four matches to take place tomorrow are as follows;
• Invictus Gaming vs Mousesports
• Team Liquid vs Newbee
• Digital Chaos vs VG J
• Virtus.Pro vs iG Vitality

Day 1 Recap

The group stage for Kiev Major, one of the most anticipated DOTA 2 events of the year, started with a bang.

In a rematch of the DAC 2017 final, IG once again came good against their rivals OG. The IG team had two wins in two games and enjoyed a perfect 4-0 scoreline.

Similarly, Team Secret also made a successful start to their Kiev campaign with a commanding 2-0 win against VG.J. With a perfect 4-0 scoreline, both IG and Team Secret geared themselves up for an intense matchup in Round 3.

The biggest blow until now was the showdown between the two which surprisingly didn’t go as many expected.

iG, a team that seemed unbeatable at the event lost the first game to Team Secret. MidOne was truly phenomenal on his Templar and led to a lot of problems for iG.

The second game of the series also started pretty well for Secret. Both teams went for a farm oriented lineup however, the early game aggression was far too powerful on Secret’s side.

Before the five minute mark, Secret had scored five kills onto iG. A slight comeback came as iG ganked MidOne’s sniper and later followed with another kill. A good kill for iG came near the 12-minute mark as 4 iG members teamed up to take out Secret’s core Spectre.

Secret retaliated by taking a risky fight near iG’s tower. Followed by a good black hole and haunt combination Secret took out Burning’s Spectre but a good turnaround by iG took out 3 members of Secret’s team.

Near 30 minutes Secret doubled up in kills and networth further solidifying their presence in the game. With the gradual passage of time, Secret was taking more control over iG’s squad. iG’s lifeline was in their core Medusa but Secret had a complete answer for the tank and took her out a number of times.

However, it was Secret’s game for the taken as they were just waiting for the right items to take a good battle and push high ground. And that’s what happened near 50 minutes as Secret caught off-guard a roaming Treat Protector.

The 5v4 quickly turned into 5v3 leading iG for to immediate buyback on their cores. Even the buybacks, however, weren’t enough to save iG and moments later the team tapped out.

With the win over iG, Secret are now 3-0 in the group stage for the Kiev Major. This will allow the team a top seed in the playoffs as they most likely join the likes of Virtus.pro who are also 3-0 after three rounds at the Kiev Major.

The second game of the series also started pretty well for Secret. Both teams went for a farm oriented lineup however, the early game aggression was far too powerful on Secret’s side.Before the five minute mark, Secret had scored five kills onto iG. A slight comeback came as iG ganked MidOne’s sniper and later followed with another kill. A good kill for iG came near the 12-minute mark as 4 iG members teamed up to take out Secret’s core Spectre.Secret retaliated by taking a risky fight near iG’s tower. Followed by a good black hole and haunt combination Secret took out Burning’s Spectre but a good turnaround by iG took out 3 members of Secret’s team.Near 30 minutes Secret doubled up in kills and networth further solidifying their presence in the game. With the gradual passage of time, Secret was taking more control over iG’s squad. iG’s lifeline was in their core Medusa but Secret had a complete answer for the tank and took her out a number of times.However, it was Secret’s game for the taken as they were just waiting for the right items to take a good battle and push high ground. And that’s what happened near 50 minutes as Secret caught off-guard a roaming Treat Protector.The 5v4 quickly turned into 5v3 leading iG for to immediate buyback on their cores. Even the buybacks, however, weren’t enough to save iG and moments later the team tapped out.With the win over iG, Secret are now 3-0 in the group stage for the Kiev Major. This will allow the team a top seed in the playoffs as they most likely join the likes of Virtus.pro who are also 3-0 after three rounds at the Kiev Major.

The group stage will have its last day with Round 4 tomorrow. The main event of Kiev Major will start from April 27 and will continue till April 30, 2017. Round results as of now are as follows;

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