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With the season winding down, every point is crucial for teams to secure their direct invite to TI9. Nearly all of the 12 spots are still up for grabs and just making it to the Major will give teams a good chance at snagging an invite should they play well. Currently 12th place is occupied by 3 teams, all tied with 225 points. This means even a team with 0 points could nearly cut the deficit in half by finishing 2nd at the Minor at earning 100 points. It’s going to come down to the wire to determine those final few invited teams and we expect to see teams throw everything they have to earn their points in Kiev.

Demolition Boys

The journey to Kiev has been feast or famine for South America’s lone representative, Demolition Boys. In the previous Major/Minor cycle, a prior iteration of the team near-swept their way through the Bucharest Minor qualifiers with a map score of 6-1, only to be met with a clean sweep in the other direction by getting blown out of the main event with a 0-6 map score. Following a roster swap, losing long time members Faker and StingeR, in late January after the Minor, Playmakers would bomb out of the group stage for DreamLeague Season 11’s qualifier, failing to even show up to play their elimination match against SG e-sports. A brief stint with a new sponsor, Team Odd, would revitalize the ailing squad as they plowed through the open and regional qualifiers for this event without dropping a single map, cruising to an immaculate 8-0 record. After no-showing at Liga Gaming Summer Madness, the team announced they would be leaving Team Odd after the organization refused to honor the stipulations of their contract.

So what of these Demolition Boys, the Peruvian players behind the team? At the 1 position is Kotaro Hayama, famously of the the bad-boy Unknown Gaming squad, who at 2015’s Frankfurt Major served Newbee a first round exit and became the first South American not only qualify for, but also to get a win at a Valve event. Also serving on that team was Accel, who all these years later holds it down as DB’s position 5 support alongside Scofield, whose recent accomplishments include placing fourth at DreamLeague Season 10 with Infamous. The final cores Jeimari and Sword, are Scofield’s former teammates from his time on Thunder Predator in the later parts of 2018 for the Kuala Lumpur regional qualifiers.

Gambit

To play in the CIS region is to constantly operate under the shadow of one of Dota’s all time most dominant squads, Virtus.Pro’s current lineup. It is no small feat, then, to not only show up against VP to qualify for the Kuala Lumpur Major, but to also dispatch scene veterans and favorites at every step of the way. Following their winless group stage and miracle lower bracket run, the squad formerly known as Ferzee were signed by Gambit Esports. While their performance at Kuala Lumpur was underwhelming, and they would fail to qualify for Chongqing directly and peter out of the finals to EHOME in Bucharest. Despite these missteps, Gambit has done well for themselves by taking home their share of successes in non-DPC events. Prior to Bucharest, they shocked the scene by sweeping reigning TI champs OG to take first place at WePlay’s Winter Madness, then repeating with a 3-1 victory over NiP at WePlay’s Valentine’s Madness, and then taking home a respectable second place finish on LAN at ESL Katowice, raking in a total of $165k USD. With the exception of OG, Gambit is going to be the team to watch at StarLadder.

The long-time CIS pros that make up the majority of the squad have shown that they can still throw down and show up at the scene’s biggest events. The least senior of the group is Immersion, Gambit’s position 4 support currently on loan from Espada following the departure of KingR and Vanskor from the team after the Bucharest Minor qualifier. Joining him at position 5 is the team’s most accomplished and storied member, fng, who after his years-long stint on Team Spirit has brought the drafting prowess that outwitted the legendary TI5-era Team Secret squad to the capable hands of perennial CIS Reject Afterlife and Kompass Gaming’s own Afoninje. Rounding out the squad is the nascent Daxak, whose competitive career has not yet cracked a full year.in the scene. In the growing competition within the CIS region, Gambit’s achievements and ambition make them a favorite in the field at this Minor.

Royal Never Give Up

Royal Never Give Up’s role at this StarLadder Minor comes at a time where they, along with their scene-mates Vici Gaming, need to earn a statement victory for the Chinese region. Fresh off of the heels of pitiful showings from FTD and Team Aster at ESL Katowice, and having every Chinese team sink to the bottom of the final placements at MDL Macau (RNG included), getting another representative into the DreamLeague Major is a crucial first step to the path of redemption. Who better to take the reins than a squad containing two of TI7 third place finishers, Monet and Ah Fu, and the legendary LaNm? With lesser known talent like Flyby and Setsu percolating into prominence, the Minor could be the perfect time to become the next big Chinese powerhouse, just like PSG.LGD, Moogy’s Newbee, and Wings Gaming before them.

To get their, however, RNG needs to overcome the stumbling blocks that have been holding them back since their failure to qualify for the Chongqing/Bucharest DPC cycle. While their qualification for ESL Katowice may seem impressive, RNG’s stiffest competition in their half of the bracket, Keen Gaming, was eliminated in the first round by Dstones’ unsponsored stack Room 310, paving the way for an effortless 4-0 sweep. A similarly flawless sweep through the StarLadder qualifier over 310 and China’s biggest bust of the the year, Team Aster, gave RNG the best possible momentum for their run as Katowice. Despite a strong group stage resulting in a slot in the upper bracket, RNG never claimed a set victory on the main stage and fell to 5th-6th place. While surely not the preferred outcome to take them into a Valve event, Royal Never Give Up now has the opportunity to live up to their moniker and start the second half of the Pro Circuit off right.

OG

There are many different arcs that TI champions have taken throughout the years. None, however, have taken such an extended leave such as OG has done, and coupled with Ana’s hiatus has proven that it has been more rust than rest for N0tail and friends. Sure, the evergreen talent of Jerax that has been around since his time of QPad Red Pandas is still there, as is the tactical mastery of coach Ceb and New Prodigy On The Block Topson, but somehow the stars have not aligned for the team with their standin carries of Pajkatt and iLTW in the same way as they did last August.

It would be understandable that a team that took three months off would not be cleaning up LANs left and right. Perhaps these recent non-DPC competitions have sparked a budding new rivalry, seeing as Gambit Esports has swept them out of both the WePlay Winter Madness finals as well as offline at ESL Katowice. Or maybe with NiP, who they beat to qualify for the Bucharest Minor, only to meet them again in the lower bracket to face elimination (sent there from the upper bracket by, who else, Gambit Esports). This same NiP squad would send them tumbling into the lower bracket of the DreamLeague Major qualifier playoffs. This is to say nothing about the current top dogs of the region, Team Secret, who has been to both Major finals thus far this year, and Team Liquid, who despite their own struggled in DPC events have take home two first places on LAN. OG has proven themselves to be the ultimate underdog, however, and winning this Minor to go on to pull another surprise run at DreamLeague would be entirely on brand.

VG

Vici Gaming has had a rough couple of years recently, going from red hot of winning 2015’s StarLadder StarSeries Season 12 to the sub-zero cold of recent days. Despite these shortcomings Vici are still feared and respected as there is no telling when they will flare up again. At their best can go toe to toe with the anyone and they have done so on their way to winning several majors and minors while coming in second in a few premiers such as last year’s ESL One Katowice.

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While they ended 2018 on a bit of a high note, winning Dota 2 Professional League Season 2 in dominating not dropping a game against teams like IG and EHOME, 2019 hasn’t been as hot.
Vici 7-8th place in The Chongqing Major was a strong indication they are still gathering their strength. Their 2nd place qualifier for the StarLadder ImbaTV minor also doesn’t bode well as they lost to Team Aster whom don’t yet have any notable result to their name.

Vici do have a few things going their way though. The recent patches have the potential to shake up the meta enough to give them an edge against some of the stronger teams. In addition, their biggest threat, OG, has also had a bit of a rough 2019 dropping from their TI 2018 winning for to a 3rd place at ESL One Katowice 2019.
While impossible to predict at this point Vici do have a fair shot at taking this tournament.

BOOM ID

BOOM ID are still a relatively small team from the Indonesia scene looking for a big break. Their results in their regional minor tournaments have been pretty good thus far, with them regularly winning them and also doing well in some qualifiers.
As far as Major or Premier tournaments they are still struggling but also slowly rising. Their first opportunity came at the PVP Esports Championship however they failed to take win a single game. At the Bucharest minor they did slightly better, defeating at least Playmakers but still struggling greatly against the other teams.

While BOOM did dominate the qualifier for StarLadder IMBA TV, the main tournament does have quite a lot of strong teams which means their run could be cut short again. At this point the best BOOM could hope for is to gather some more experience by beating some of the closer teams, like Playmakers, Flying Penguins and Old but Gold and maybe take 1 or 2 games off the bigger teams.

Old but Gold

Old but Gold are a new team from the CIS region founded just on the 23rd of Jan 2019. While the team is very young it does have some potential as, on paper, the players are quite strong being long time veterans of the scene. Firstly, 3 of the 5 players have been on Virtus.pro either recently or at some point in the not to distant past with the other two having been on Empire or Na’vi. In addition, all of the players have been in at least one Premier tournament with their previous team, with 3 of them having several Premier tournaments wins such as Illidan, G and VANSKOR.

Unfortunately, a lot of those great Premier results occurred as far back as 2015, and while you never know in Dota 2 when a player will rebound, either form a increase in motivation or a favorable meta, it does seem unlikely for it to happen so soon.

In addition, not only do the individual players of Old but Gold need to work on hitting their past strides, but they also need to work on team cohesion, a notoriously difficult task which can take many months and lots of practice.

In terms of recent results there aren’t that many and the ones we do have don’t paint a pretty picture, with ObG doing well against other small teams but losing to bigger teams such as Na’vi or Gambit. In all likeliness Old but Gold will probably fall pretty early in the tournament, being unfortunate cannon fodder against the stronger teams.

Flying Penguins

Flying Penguins is EternalEnVy’s newest team and passion project. It follows EE’s tried and tested pattern of team hopping/leaving shortly after an unsuccessful TI run to form his own squad and build it up just in time to hit the wall of the next TI.
You might fall into the trap of thinking FP is similar Old but Gold, a new team of old players trying to make their way in the huge world of Dota 2, but they do differ in one key regard.
Only two of their players have a Premier tournament win to their name, EE and Sneyking, the rest have participated in a few but never come close to a win.

So, while you’d think their chances of getting anywhere would be pretty low, Flying Penguin still managed to win the North America qualifier for StarLadder ImbaTV, mostly of the back of NA being the wild wild west of regions.
But now that they are in the main event and up against some of stronger teams, the chances of FP seem to have dropped as much as a certain aquatic bird trying to soar. Its hunting season at StarLadder and FP are the main course.

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With the season winding down, every point is crucial for teams to secure their direct invite to TI9. Nearly all of the 12 spots are still up for grabs and just making it to the Major will give teams a good chance at snagging an invite should they play well. Currently 12th place is occupied by 3 teams, all tied with 225 points. This means even a team with 0 points could nearly cut the deficit in half by finishing 2nd at the Minor at earning 100 points. It’s going to come down to the wire to determine those final few invited teams and we expect to see teams throw everything they have to earn their points in Kiev.The journey to Kiev has been feast or famine for South America’s lone representative, Demolition Boys. In the previous Major/Minor cycle, a prior iteration of the team near-swept their way through the Bucharest Minor qualifiers with a map score of 6-1, only to be met with a clean sweep in the other direction by getting blown out of the main event with a 0-6 map score. Following a roster swap, losing long time members Faker and StingeR, in late January after the Minor, Playmakers would bomb out of the group stage for DreamLeague Season 11’s qualifier, failing to even show up to play their elimination match against SG e-sports. A brief stint with a new sponsor, Team Odd, would revitalize the ailing squad as they plowed through the open and regional qualifiers for this event without dropping a single map, cruising to an immaculate 8-0 record. After no-showing at Liga Gaming Summer Madness, the team announced they would be leaving Team Odd after the organization refused to honor the stipulations of their contract.So what of these Demolition Boys, the Peruvian players behind the team? At the 1 position is Kotaro Hayama, famously of the the bad-boy Unknown Gaming squad, who at 2015’s Frankfurt Major served Newbee a first round exit and became the first South American not only qualify for, but also to get a win at a Valve event. Also serving on that team was Accel, who all these years later holds it down as DB’s position 5 support alongside Scofield, whose recent accomplishments include placing fourth at DreamLeague Season 10 with Infamous. The final cores Jeimari and Sword, are Scofield’s former teammates from his time on Thunder Predator in the later parts of 2018 for the Kuala Lumpur regional qualifiers.To play in the CIS region is to constantly operate under the shadow of one of Dota’s all time most dominant squads, Virtus.Pro’s current lineup. It is no small feat, then, to not only show up against VP to qualify for the Kuala Lumpur Major, but to also dispatch scene veterans and favorites at every step of the way. Following their winless group stage and miracle lower bracket run, the squad formerly known as Ferzee were signed by Gambit Esports. While their performance at Kuala Lumpur was underwhelming, and they would fail to qualify for Chongqing directly and peter out of the finals to EHOME in Bucharest. Despite these missteps, Gambit has done well for themselves by taking home their share of successes in non-DPC events. Prior to Bucharest, they shocked the scene by sweeping reigning TI champs OG to take first place at WePlay’s Winter Madness, then repeating with a 3-1 victory over NiP at WePlay’s Valentine’s Madness, and then taking home a respectable second place finish on LAN at ESL Katowice, raking in a total of $165k USD. With the exception of OG, Gambit is going to be the team to watch at StarLadder.The long-time CIS pros that make up the majority of the squad have shown that they can still throw down and show up at the scene’s biggest events. The least senior of the group is Immersion, Gambit’s position 4 support currently on loan from Espada following the departure of KingR and Vanskor from the team after the Bucharest Minor qualifier. Joining him at position 5 is the team’s most accomplished and storied member, fng, who after his years-long stint on Team Spirit has brought the drafting prowess that outwitted the legendary TI5-era Team Secret squad to the capable hands of perennial CIS Reject Afterlife and Kompass Gaming’s own Afoninje. Rounding out the squad is the nascent Daxak, whose competitive career has not yet cracked a full year.in the scene. In the growing competition within the CIS region, Gambit’s achievements and ambition make them a favorite in the field at this Minor.Royal Never Give Up’s role at this StarLadder Minor comes at a time where they, along with their scene-mates Vici Gaming, need to earn a statement victory for the Chinese region. Fresh off of the heels of pitiful showings from FTD and Team Aster at ESL Katowice, and having every Chinese team sink to the bottom of the final placements at MDL Macau (RNG included), getting another representative into the DreamLeague Major is a crucial first step to the path of redemption. Who better to take the reins than a squad containing two of TI7 third place finishers, Monet and Ah Fu, and the legendary LaNm? With lesser known talent like Flyby and Setsu percolating into prominence, the Minor could be the perfect time to become the next big Chinese powerhouse, just like PSG.LGD, Moogy’s Newbee, and Wings Gaming before them.To get their, however, RNG needs to overcome the stumbling blocks that have been holding them back since their failure to qualify for the Chongqing/Bucharest DPC cycle. While their qualification for ESL Katowice may seem impressive, RNG’s stiffest competition in their half of the bracket, Keen Gaming, was eliminated in the first round by Dstones’ unsponsored stack Room 310, paving the way for an effortless 4-0 sweep. A similarly flawless sweep through the StarLadder qualifier over 310 and China’s biggest bust of the the year, Team Aster, gave RNG the best possible momentum for their run as Katowice. Despite a strong group stage resulting in a slot in the upper bracket, RNG never claimed a set victory on the main stage and fell to 5th-6th place. While surely not the preferred outcome to take them into a Valve event, Royal Never Give Up now has the opportunity to live up to their moniker and start the second half of the Pro Circuit off right.There are many different arcs that TI champions have taken throughout the years. None, however, have taken such an extended leave such as OG has done, and coupled with Ana’s hiatus has proven that it has been more rust than rest for N0tail and friends. Sure, the evergreen talent of Jerax that has been around since his time of QPad Red Pandas is still there, as is the tactical mastery of coach Ceb and New Prodigy On The Block Topson, but somehow the stars have not aligned for the team with their standin carries of Pajkatt and iLTW in the same way as they did last August.It would be understandable that a team that took three months off would not be cleaning up LANs left and right. Perhaps these recent non-DPC competitions have sparked a budding new rivalry, seeing as Gambit Esports has swept them out of both the WePlay Winter Madness finals as well as offline at ESL Katowice. Or maybe with NiP, who they beat to qualify for the Bucharest Minor, only to meet them again in the lower bracket to face elimination (sent there from the upper bracket by, who else, Gambit Esports). This same NiP squad would send them tumbling into the lower bracket of the DreamLeague Major qualifier playoffs. This is to say nothing about the current top dogs of the region, Team Secret, who has been to both Major finals thus far this year, and Team Liquid, who despite their own struggled in DPC events have take home two first places on LAN. OG has proven themselves to be the ultimate underdog, however, and winning this Minor to go on to pull another surprise run at DreamLeague would be entirely on brand.Vici Gaming has had a rough couple of years recently, going from red hot of winning 2015’s StarLadder StarSeries Season 12 to the sub-zero cold of recent days. Despite these shortcomings Vici are still feared and respected as there is no telling when they will flare up again. At their best can go toe to toe with the anyone and they have done so on their way to winning several majors and minors while coming in second in a few premiers such as last year’s ESL One Katowice.While they ended 2018 on a bit of a high note, winning Dota 2 Professional League Season 2 in dominating not dropping a game against teams like IG and EHOME, 2019 hasn’t been as hot.Vici 7-8th place in The Chongqing Major was a strong indication they are still gathering their strength. Their 2nd place qualifier for the StarLadder ImbaTV minor also doesn’t bode well as they lost to Team Aster whom don’t yet have any notable result to their name.Vici do have a few things going their way though. The recent patches have the potential to shake up the meta enough to give them an edge against some of the stronger teams. In addition, their biggest threat, OG, has also had a bit of a rough 2019 dropping from their TI 2018 winning for to a 3rd place at ESL One Katowice 2019.While impossible to predict at this point Vici do have a fair shot at taking this tournament.BOOM ID are still a relatively small team from the Indonesia scene looking for a big break. Their results in their regional minor tournaments have been pretty good thus far, with them regularly winning them and also doing well in some qualifiers.As far as Major or Premier tournaments they are still struggling but also slowly rising. Their first opportunity came at the PVP Esports Championship however they failed to take win a single game. At the Bucharest minor they did slightly better, defeating at least Playmakers but still struggling greatly against the other teams.While BOOM did dominate the qualifier for StarLadder IMBA TV, the main tournament does have quite a lot of strong teams which means their run could be cut short again. At this point the best BOOM could hope for is to gather some more experience by beating some of the closer teams, like Playmakers, Flying Penguins and Old but Gold and maybe take 1 or 2 games off the bigger teams.Old but Gold are a new team from the CIS region founded just on the 23rd of Jan 2019. While the team is very young it does have some potential as, on paper, the players are quite strong being long time veterans of the scene. Firstly, 3 of the 5 players have been on Virtus.pro either recently or at some point in the not to distant past with the other two having been on Empire or Na’vi. In addition, all of the players have been in at least one Premier tournament with their previous team, with 3 of them having several Premier tournaments wins such as Illidan, G and VANSKOR.Unfortunately, a lot of those great Premier results occurred as far back as 2015, and while you never know in Dota 2 when a player will rebound, either form a increase in motivation or a favorable meta, it does seem unlikely for it to happen so soon.In addition, not only do the individual players of Old but Gold need to work on hitting their past strides, but they also need to work on team cohesion, a notoriously difficult task which can take many months and lots of practice.In terms of recent results there aren’t that many and the ones we do have don’t paint a pretty picture, with ObG doing well against other small teams but losing to bigger teams such as Na’vi or Gambit. In all likeliness Old but Gold will probably fall pretty early in the tournament, being unfortunate cannon fodder against the stronger teams.Flying Penguins is EternalEnVy’s newest team and passion project. It follows EE’s tried and tested pattern of team hopping/leaving shortly after an unsuccessful TI run to form his own squad and build it up just in time to hit the wall of the next TI.You might fall into the trap of thinking FP is similar Old but Gold, a new team of old players trying to make their way in the huge world of Dota 2, but they do differ in one key regard.Only two of their players have a Premier tournament win to their name, EE and Sneyking, the rest have participated in a few but never come close to a win.So, while you’d think their chances of getting anywhere would be pretty low, Flying Penguin still managed to win the North America qualifier for StarLadder ImbaTV, mostly of the back of NA being the wild wild west of regions.But now that they are in the main event and up against some of stronger teams, the chances of FP seem to have dropped as much as a certain aquatic bird trying to soar. Its hunting season at StarLadder and FP are the main course.

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[Update] StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Preview | starladder imbatv dota 2 minor – Vietnamnhanvan

It’s been almost two months since an official Dota Pro Circuit event, but the wait is almost over. Thursday, March 5th the StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 3 begins. Between then and Sunday, some of the best teams in Dota will clash in the first official international LAN since January.

This will be the third Minor of the 2019/2020 Dota Pro Circuit, and the true start of the middle of the season. For some of the team’s involved, this will be their last real chance to make a push toward grabbing those crucial DPC points and qualifying for The International 2020. For others, this is just their only way to make it to the Major in a stacked region. Either way, we’re in for a great event.

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The tournament will be held in the Kyiv Cybersport Arena in Kyiv, Ukraine, and is set to follow the standard DPC format for Minors. After a GSL Group stage, the two teams in a pair of groups head to the playoffs, and the bottom four head home. Then, it’s a simple double-elimination bracket with the winner taking home the lion’s share of $300,000, 140 DPC points, and a ticket to the City of Angels to compete at ESL One Los Angeles.

The casting talent for the event was announced on Tuesday, revealing a familiar cast of characters. This includes the return of Dota 2’s very own economist Alan “Nahaz” Bester, whose contribution to DPC events has been sorely missed in his absence.

 

Besides a stacked roster of broadcasters, there are also eight top Dota stacks vying for position. But not all teams were created equal, especially when it comes to this Minor. There are big fish swimming in the small pond that is the StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor.

The Big Fish

Alliance is a top-five team in a region where that might make you the top-five team in the entire world. The fact they’re even in a Minor at all has less to do with their ability, and more to do with the structure of the DPC itself. The team narrowly lost out to the likes of Team Secret, OG, and Ninjas in Pyjamas for their spot in the Major. But, after vanquishing Nigma in the Minor qualifiers, they have an excellent chance to redeem themselves.

However, Alliance is a one-dimensional team. That dimension being carry player Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov. The word “superstar” gets thrown around a lot, especially when you talk about one and two positions in Dota 2. But in this case, it’s very apt. When Nikobaby is playing well, Alliance looks like one of the best teams in the world, and unbeatable. The problem lies in the fact that sometimes, whether because of bad drafts, or an awkward matchup, Nikobaby just doesn’t turn up. That’s perhaps Alliance finds themselves without a direct path to the Major for the first time all season.

The other big name in this StarLadder Dota Minor is Gambit Esports. Small tournaments are the source of some of Gambit’s best performances. The CIS that a tendency to pop-off at non-DPC events. Perhaps because the pressure is off, Gambit does well at events like ESL One Birmingham and ESL One Hamburg. The team is, without a doubt, the third-best team in the CIS for whatever that’s worth. They just need to pull off a big win here and prove that accolade means anything.

Team Aster also barely register in this category. This team has consistently made Majors this season, upsetting plenty of big-name Chinese teams on the way to doing so. Every time you wonder where Newbee, EHOME or CDEC are in these big tournaments, the answer is probably that they got eliminated by Team Aster. In a crowded region, this team stands out. If only, because they were able to navigate those crucial (and slightly ridiculous) best-of-one open qualifiers in the early season, and get directly invited to every closed qualifier since then.

Small Potatoes

After one of the most chaotic Major qualifiers in recent memory, a few unfamiliar names are heading to this Minor. None more obscure than the pair of BOOM Esports and No-Ping e-sports. As mentioned in our preview of the SA teams heading to ESL One Los Angeles, the teams from this region don’t deserve to be called underdogs. But unfortunately, that’s a very apt description for NoPing e-sports. This Brazilian team has seen plenty of success in the minor leagues, but are untested internationally.

BOOM Esports is another outside chance. In a region dominated by the likes of TNC Predator, Fnatic, and lately, Reality Rift, this team has massively surprised almost all fans by dethroning TNC and Reality Rift to take this spot. They did this in part by just knowing the patch better than their opponents. TNC has been massively slow to learn from patches this year, and Reality Rift suffered from a series of poor drafts at DreamLeague Season 13. At the StarLadder Minor though, BOOM Esports will have to play teams that actually know how to play meta Dota.

The last relatively unknown team is forZe eSports. The former Gentlemen roster had a respectable amount of success in the second-tier of CIS Dota. This is by far their grandest stage. They beat out established teams like HellRaisers and Team Spirit to get here, mainly on pure mechanical skill. Which no easy feat in a crowded region like CIS. But like the previous two stacks mentioned, they lack international experience, and will likely struggle at this event.

North American Name Changes

The two NA teams in this bracket have entirely unfamiliar names. The first, Business Associates, are quite simply the former J.Storm roster. Clinton “Fear” Loomis and co. were left in limbo after their team was quietly dropped from the organization. Left to fend for themselves, the team still qualified for this Minor, and are headed to Kyiv sans an official team name.

CR4ZY, on the other hand, are the Fighting PandaS playing under their new banner. The Croatian esports org announced the signing of this team on Tuesday morning, giving star carry Oliver “skiter” Lepko and the rest of his roster a new logo to play under. This is definitely a team to watch, and one that’s consistently performed well at any event they’ve gotten to. With the calibre of competition on display at this event, we could be in for a “CR4ZY” finish to the tournament.

You can tune in to all the action on the StarLadder official stream from Wednesday – March 4th at 11 p.m. PST. More information on the event and additional details are available on the StarLadder website.


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FINAL DAY | StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 3 | 23 Creative VN


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Starladder ImbaTv Minor Season 3 là giải đấu Minor thứ 3 thuộc hệ thống DPC 2019 2020 được tổ chức tại Kyiv, Ukraine vào đầu tháng 3 này. 8 đội thi đấu để giành lấy tổng giải thưởng 300,000$ cùng với 660 DPC, cùng với đó là 1 slot cuối cùng thi đấu tại ESL One LA Major 2020.
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