[Update] Dota 2: Final Highlights of WESG 2018-2019 | wesg 2019 dota 2 – Vietnamnhanvan

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After four days of incredible Dota, it’s finally time to say goodbye. Today was the final day of WESG 2018-2019, which, despite not being a DPC event, provided an incredible $890,000 prize pool. Let’s take a look at what happened!

Keen Gaming vs Team Ukraine

 

The opening series of the day was between two of the best performing teams so far — Team Ukraine and Keen Gaming. Both of them finished first in their groups. Naturally, people expected this to be a very interesting game. However, this was not the case. Keen gaming completely tore the CIS squad apart in both games and advanced to the Grand Final.

In Game One, the Chinese drafted the classic Magnus + Phantom Assassin Combo that has proven to be very successful so far. Even though Team Ukraine was playing fairly decent for the first few minutes, one bad team fight shifted the course of the game. Suddenly, the two empowered cores of KG slowly became a little bit too much to deal with. Having no other option, No[o]ne and Co GG’ed out just 25 minutes in.

Facing defeat, the CIS team decided to do a cheesy start involving Anti-Mage. Sadly, their plan did not work. Kaka and his teammates utilized their Night Stalker pick to the max as he ripped through the enemy lanes. On top of that, their pick was focused on pushing, something which Team Ukraine had no answer for. Similar to Game One, the Chinese needed around 26 minutes to secure their win and continue further.

White-Off vs TNC Predator

 

These teams already played against each other in Group C. However, this time the stake was a lot higher – the winner advances to the Grand Final.

One of the main attractions of game one was TNC’s Morphling. After pretty much annihilating the mid lane, he continued to cause havoc to the other heroes in the game. By the 20 minute mark, the SEA powerhouse took full control of the game. This resulted in a massive 9k net worth advantage. WO had no way to deal with their cores and decided to focus on Game 2.

The second game of the series was definitely a lot more intriguing to watch. White-Off had the lead for the most part of the game but despite that, they were just unable to deliver their knock-out punch. When the dust settled, TNC realized the farming potential of their Magnus + two melee core lineup and decided to use it.

Even though WO were able to get two lanes of rax, the push for the mega creeps did not go so well. SF’s Aegis expired in the middle of the fight and forced his buyback. Just a few minutes after that, another fight went in favour of TNC as Gabbi’s Juggernaut grabbed a Rapier.  With 4 dead, Ramzess was the sole survivor but he couldn’t stop the zerg of TNC.

Even though WO deserved the victory more, the SEA team managed to snatch it.

The Grand Final

Keen Gaming and TNC Predator were the final two teams that had to determine the winner. TNC had some extra motivation – revenge for Kuku’s Chongqing Ban. Unlike other tournaments, the Grand Final here was played in a best-of-three format.

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The SEA team had a very solid start of the game. Their Chen-Venomancer offlane was able to completely shut down KG’s carry. Unfortunately, the other lanes had the same problem. Keen Gaming had absolutely no answer to TNC’s aggression and had to call the GG just 24 minutes into the game.

Having the moral advantage, Gabbi and his team-mates went into game two with only one goal – victory. They completely outdrafted their opponents who clearly had no idea how to counter the Naix-bombs from TNC. Keen gaming tried to take a page out of TNC’s book by doing some ganks but they were completely ineffective. TNC continued to dominate and eventually brought KG to their knees.

Congratulations to SEA powerhouse. This is their second WESG trophy.

3rd place Match

This is probably one of the few events where the match for the 3rd place was actually more interesting than the Grand Final. The two CIS teams went head-to-head in order to determine which one will go home with $100,000.

The first game of the series went in favour of Team Ukraine, even though White-Off had the lead in terms of net worth for most of the game. They decided to get Alchemist, a hero that has recently become more popular after the changes. Unfortunately, Alch is strong only when he has the right timing, something which the Russians could not take advantage of. Slowly but steadily, Ember and Troll from Team Ukraine were able to shift the balance of power and in the end, claim the victory.

A battle between two teams from the same region definitely has a pride element in them. That’s why White-off had no choice but to win the second game of the series.

In order to counter the insane damage output of Ukraine’s lineup, the Russians chose a very tanky setup. Iceberg’s Ursa had a wonderful game,  but he was just not enough to deal with DK and Lifestealer. The final fight of the game happened near the top lane. WO had the advantage by getting a quick pick-off but Ramzess was way too strong to be stopped. There was going to be a Game 3.

The Final Game

Team Ukraine decided to get very greedy picks in the face of Alch + Spectre. Usually, those two heroes do not work together, but this game was different. Somehow both of them managed to get the needed farm in order to be effective.

Even then, despite being down by 10k gold, the Russians never gave up. After some crucial fights for them, Ramzess was able to gain a significant advantage on his Morphling. As soon as he got the Aegis, White-Off gathered as 5 and destroyed the enemy barracks. Team Ukraine tried to counter-attack them by using Specter’s ult but it was not efficient.

White-Off deserved to the third spot because they pretty much “threw” the games against TNC. Hopefully, they will learn to have more respect for their enemies.

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[NEW] Dota 2 Esports: WESG 2018-2019 Overview | wesg 2019 dota 2 – Vietnamnhanvan

It seems like overlapping tournaments is considered to be a regular thing nowadays. Just a few days after we saw ESL One Katowice and MDL Macau, there are two more tournaments which will begin on the same date – March 7th. Both of them will try out the most recent update – 7.21c.

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WESG 2018

WESG is an international Esports championship tournament hosted by Alisports. The global event from Alisports is the world’s only Olympic-style Esports competition so far. The last two seasons for WESG were extremely successful. This year’s event has an astonishing $890,000 prize pool, and it will feature some of the best players in the world. Let’s take a brief look of the format for the tournament.

Format

There will be 24 teams in total. They will be divided into four groups, which means that each one will have six teams in it. The top two teams will advance to the Playoffs while the bottom two will be eliminated from the tournament. All games during the Group Stage will be best-of-two.

The playoffs are going to be a best-of-three single elimination bracket. They start on March 9.

Specific news related to the WESG:

Kuku and Ninjaboogie are out

TNC’s star player Kuku is still banned from attending the tournament. That was expected, especially after the most recent drama. It is still uncertain whether his Chongqing entry ban will remain. I hope that his situation will improve because losing a player of his caliber is painful.

The bad news for TNC continues. Beside Kuku, a second player from their roster will not play in the event. Ninjaboogie left TNC Predator about a month ago. So far we have no information about who is going to fill in his role.

BOOM ID and Vici Gaming to miss the event due to a conflict with the schedule

Sadly, two of the most interesting Chinese and SEA teams will not be able to play in WESG. The reason for that is a schedule conflict with StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor, which also starts on the 7th of March. BOOM ID will swap themselves with MEGA Aourus from Vietnam while Vici is stepping down for Room310.

zFaith_bian and Ego are out.

EHOME’s player will miss the event due to an arm fracture. He actually got it while MDL’s crew was filming their team video. I hope he recovers quickly and we will be able to see him soon. XinQ will try to cover for Faith_bians’s absence.

Ego, one of EHOME’s top players, has also just left the Chinese teams a few days ago. His replacement will be End.

Team Canarinho

One of the stars of the Brazilian team will also not be able to play in the event due to the schedule conflict with the Minor. Liposa will play as a stand-in.

Ana is Back

The TI Champion with OG will play his first tournament of 2019. The young Australian prodigy decided to take a break after the end of TI 8. He was one of the main reason for the success of OG, and their current situation is proof of that. I think Ana should become more active because TI 9 is slowly approaching.

Teams

There is a wide range of teams that will take part in this years’  WESG. Some of them are your “ordinary” contenders while others are representing their own country. Only four out of twenty-four teams are directly invited. The others are from specific countries qualifier.  Let’s look at some of the most interesting ones.

Team Russia and Team Ukraine Yellow

The “full Davai” squad has undoubtedly the strongest Russian players. As expected, four of them are from Virtus.Pro. The only non-VP player is Gambit Esports superstar – Afoninje. I would like to point out that VP’s mid laner – No[o]ne is not playing for Team Russia because he is Ukranian.

In my opinion, this is hands down the strongest team in the tournament. Taking the first place should be just a matter of time unless they make some significant mistakes along the way. I am really looking forward to a game against Team Ukraine Yellow. It will surely be a fantastic game to watch, should the two teams meet in the playoffs.

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Unfortunately, one of the most famous Ukranian players won’t take part in the tournament.  Dendi did not make it to the roster. One of the main reasons for that could be No[o]ne. He just seems to be a way better mid player in the last couple of years.

The CIS region is definitely looking very strong.

EHOME

The Chinese team is also one of the most interesting ones. The Bucharest Minor champions will have the “home ground” advantage because the tournament will take place in Chongqing, the city in which the last Major was played.

EHOME has emerged as one of the best Chinese teams in the last couple of months. The Chinese region, in general, feels a bit weak compared to the West. Xiao8 and his team-mates are one of the few teams that can go head to head with some of the top western teams right now. Hopefully, this will change in the future.

Keen Gaming

Another Chinese representative that is currently on the rise. Keen gaming have just won the JJB Spring Cup a few days ago against Invictus Gaming. This team definitely has what it takes to be among the best teams in the world. The question is, can they can utilize their full potential? Only time will tell.

Final Thoughts

Beside WESG, the other tournament which will see the light of day at the same time is the StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor. It will be the second Minor of 2019. Besides a $300,000 prize pool, the event will also provide DPC points. As we know, they are required in order to qualify for TI 9. Expect more information about the Minor soon.


Матч который ЖДАЛИ ВСЕ! | WHITE-OFF (VP) vs Team Ukraine #1 (BO3) | WESG 2019


WhiteOff (Team Russia, Virtus.Pro) vs Team Ukraine bo3 WESG 2019 Qualifications dota 2
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Game1: https://youtu.be/TXJeXozbRU
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Game3: https://youtu.be/E1pc6oj1_c
Турнир проводится с 07 марта
Призовой фонд 1,500,000 $
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Dota 2. Play-Off. WESG 2019:Kazakhstan


PlayOff по дисциплине Dota 2.
Формат: Double Elimination, bo3
Участники PlayOff:
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VP vs TNC – EPIC SEMI-FINAL – WESG 2019 DOTA 2


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