[Update] The International 2017 (Aug. 2 | dota 2 international 2017 – Vietnamnhanvan

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Hey, y’all. It’s almost August. That means the group stages of this year’s The International is about to kick off in like two days. If you’ve been following DotA or TI in any capacity, you probably know what to expect. If you haven’t, however, then let me bring you up to speed with the current state of competitive DotA… is what I would like to say, but I have not had any time to dedicate to this stupid game lately, so I know jack shit about anything and everything with regards to the competitive scene, or the meta, or the patch notes, or hero changes… you get the point. But let’s pretend I do and at least run down the teams, eh?

This year’s direct invites consist of six teams:

Team OG: N0tail, ana, s4, JerAx, FlyTeam OG: N0tail, ana, s4, JerAx, FlyVirtus. Pro: RAMZES666, No[o]ne, 9pasha, Lil, SoloVirtus. Pro: RAMZES666, No[o]ne, 9pasha, Lil, SoloTeam EG: Arteezy, Suma1L, UNiVeRsE, zai, Cr1t-Team EG: Arteezy, Suma1L, UNiVeRsE, zai, Cr1t-Team Liquid: MATUMBAMAN, Miracle-, MinD_ContRoL, GH, KuroKyTeam Liquid: MATUMBAMAN, Miracle-, MinD_ContRoL, GH, KuroKyInvictus Gaming: BurNIng, Op, Xxs, BoBoKa, QInvictus Gaming: BurNIng, Op, Xxs, BoBoKa, QNewbee: Moogy, Sccc, kpii, Kaka, FaithNewbee: Moogy, Sccc, kpii, Kaka, Faith

All six invited teams have been to previous TIs. Now, if my memory is correct, three of these teams (IG, Newbee, EG) have won previous TIs. OG has won Majors. VP took second place in the most recent Major in Kiev. It’s been a while since I’ve watched a competitive match, but many of these players still stand out to me. These should be top notch teams, and as far as invitations are concerned, their spots are well-deserved.

We can’t have a TI with only six teams! Here are the teams that made it to the event by going through the qualifiers:

Cloud 9: EternaLEnVy, FATA-, MSS, Aui_2000, pieliedieCloud 9: EternaLEnVy, FATA-, MSS, Aui_2000, pieliedieDigital Chaos: mason, Abed, Forev, BuLba, DuBuDigital Chaos: mason, Abed, Forev, BuLba, DuBuInfamous: Benjaz, Timado, Kingteka, Matthew, AccelInfamous: Benjaz, Timado, Kingteka, Matthew, AcceliG Vitality: Paparazi灬, Sakata, InJuly, super, dogf1ghtsiG Vitality: Paparazi灬, Sakata, InJuly, super, dogf1ghtsLGD Forever Young: Monet, Super, Inflame, Ahfu, ddcLGD Forever Young: Monet, Super, Inflame, Ahfu, ddcLGD Gaming: Ame, Maybe, old eLeVeN, Yao, VictoriaLGD Gaming: Ame, Maybe, old eLeVeN, Yao, VictoriaTNC Pro Team: Raven, Kuku, Sam_H, Tims, 1437TNC Pro Team: Raven, Kuku, Sam_H, Tims, 1437Fnatic: Ahjit, QO, Ohaiyo, Febby, DJFnatic: Ahjit, QO, Ohaiyo, Febby, DJExecration: Nando, CartMaN, Bimbo, RR, Kim0Execration: Nando, CartMaN, Bimbo, RR, Kim0Team Secret: MP, MidOne, KheZu, YapzOr, PuppeyTeam Secret: MP, MidOne, KheZu, YapzOr, PuppeyHellRaisers: Swiftending, Keyser, 33, MiLAN, j4HellRaisers: Swiftending, Keyser, 33, MiLAN, j4Team Empire: Chappie, fn, Ghostik, RodjER, MiposhkaTeam Empire: Chappie, fn, Ghostik, RodjER, Miposhka

So, first thing’s first: NP became C9? I was not aware of this in the slightest. I’m going off of Liquipedia for most of these rosters, so they should be correct. Anyways, duders familiar with EE and friends would probably find a little humor in this.

DC has gone through some changes it would seem. That’s a huge roster overhaul. I do like Forev, Abed, and DuBu quite a bit. Looking forward to seeing them play.

The Chinese teams are what they are. There’s a good mix of old and new talent on all three teams.

Out of the SEA teams, Fnatic is the one with the most new faces, it seems. Theeban is an unexpected addition to TNC, and Execration went from being a group of relatively new kids to a collections of seasoned veterans.

Is Secret still the meme team, nowadays? Roster is still the same since I last saw them play. HR has been around for a while, but never really paid them much attention.

Normally, this is where I’d end the post, but since DotA has been getting some coverage on the site recently, I figure why not do a little something for the duders that are thinking about getting into (or at least thinking about watching) this dense, incomprehensible game that would probably make them question the living value of some of their fellow human beings?

What is DotA?

Dota, Doto, the Dotes, or if you’re from Australia, Doter; Defense of the Ancients has many different names. It is a competitive team-based game where one (ideally) works with one’s teammates to get into the opponent’s base and break the building in the center of the base, commonly called the Throne. The first step is to select a “hero” to play for the duration of the match. One’s hero levels up by gaining experience from killing npc units and player controlled heroes. These kills also supply the player with gold with which to buy items that power-up one’s hero in different ways. Top-down team-based competitive strategy-action RPG, maybe?

Pick & Ban

Once the game starts, you are locked into to a specific hero. No take backs. If you ran out of time during picking, you will be randomly given a hero by the game, so don’t take too long or you might get stuck playing some ugly yellow banana snake thing whether you like it or not. The game has many modes, but if you’re only planning to watch some pro games, the only mode you have to understand is Captains Mode. In this mode, each team’s selected captains (player) pick heroes for their respective teammates, and bans heroes from the 100+ selection pool. Banned heroes cannot be picked by either team for that game. Picks and bans are extremely important! Hero counters and synergies are definitely a thing. Most professional teams will take the full amount of given time to mull over which heroes to pick and ban, meaning the pick and ban phase will usually last over 10 minutes. While most heroes are viable in competitive play, team composition still makes a huge difference.

The Heroes

There are 113 heroes to pick from in DotA. For Captains Mode, that number is currently 112 due to one being removed the mode for reasons. Heroes are divided into three main categories based on their dominant stat. Strength heroes typically have more healthy and can take a frontline role in team fights, and be more aggressive during the first couple of minutes of the game called the laning phase. Agility heroes emphasize attack speed and damage, usually filling the role of carry during mid to late game. Intelligence heroes have bigger mana pools and are usually spellcasters. Many support heroes can be found in this category. This is a very rough breakdown of hero type, because many heroes are very flexible and can take on multiple roles or transition to fill required niches if need be. Flexibility is one of the main reasons why DotA’s metagame is ever-changing and so exciting. The potential for shenanigans is endless.

The Items

Purchasing items in DotA is very similar to how one should spend money in real life: buy shit you need to live and keep you alive, save some money in case you die.

Okay, that last part doesn’t really translate one to one (addressed in the next section: The Currency), but hear me out first. Items are very powerful in DotA. Some are game changers. Wasting gold on bullshit will make your mates flame you and call you name, and lead to lost games. This is going to sound like a cop-out, but a guide is your best friend when it comes to deciding what items to get for your hero. People have that shit figured out. Every hero has a few core items that needs to be gotten under any circumstance. Luckily, guides are built into the game! No need to tab out, just select Torte’s guide and you’re pretty much good to go. The situation isn’t as clear cut during professional matches. Pros with deeper understanding of the game are more likely to adapt and pick items based on the necessities of the current match.

There are 3 categories of items: consumables, passive, active. Consumables are items that disappear from the heroes inventory when used or triggered, and usually take time for the shop to restock. Passive items provide gains as long as they are active (some passive items can be switched on/off, items in backpack are inactive) in the hero’s inventory. As their name implies, active items have to be actively used. Many of these inflict status effects, heal allies/self, or damage enemies. Item usable is another important aspect of the game. Knowing when and where to use an item can turn the tide of critical team fights that might eventually win you the game.

The Currency

You can’t afford items without money. The currency used to purchase stuff in the game is gold. All players gain gold at a passive rate, but the most common way to augment one’s income is buy killing “creeps.” Creeps are npc units, usually. Certain skills and items allow players to take control of creeps permanently or temporarily, but most of the time, you’re going to be killing them for gold. There are 4 kinds of creeps: lane creeps that each team passively spawns that run down the lanes of the map and clash with with one another, jungle creeps that spawn in designated spots on the map that are hostile to all except their fellow jungle creeps, “ancient” creeps that are a special kind of jungle creep that are far more powerful but give more bounty, and Roshan (more on him(?) later). The act of killing creeps for gold is called “farming.” You’ll hear the phrase so and so is “farming X item” quite a bit from commentators. The number of creeps killed is called the creep score, abbreviated as CS, so “CS-ing” is another common term for farming, although the former gets used more for lane creeps.

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Players also receive gold from hero kills. Quite a bit more than creeps, in fact. This is obviously more difficult, because you’re fighting against a person. Usually, one team will gather up and ambush unaware heroes on the other team in a maneuver known as “ganking.” This can happen during any point in the game, often occurring when a player overextends on the map too far while farming, or when enemy heroes have hit a timing where the necessary skills needed to secure a kill have been leveled proficiently.

Other than using gold for items, it is also used for “buybacks.” When your hero dies, a countdown timer starts. After the timer hits zero, your hero resurrects back into the game. Alternatively, one can use gold to resurrect one’s hero instantly before the timer expires. Saving money for buybacks is very important because if you get caught out at an inopportune time and dies, buying back can mean holding your base or losing the game. Be prudent about using this mechanic, however, because buyback itself is on a cooldown and cannot be used frequently.

The Map

When people talk about the map for DotA, they’re talking about the map. There’s one and only one map for all DotA games. Sure, there are different tile sets that make the map look fancy, but it is still the same map.

Seems complicated? It’s really not.

At the corners of the map are the bases for the two teams, Radiant and Dire. The throne sits roughly in the center of each base. The fountain where players can regenerate at are designated by the respective color dots at the corners of the base.

The red lines are the lanes in which lane creeps advance down in the direction of the colored arrows. “Pushing” the lanes refers to upsetting the creep balance in the lane that changes the momentum in a desired direction. This is what you do in order to get into the other teams base, because each lane is populated by powerful guard towers that must be destroyed before the throne can be damaged.

The blue circles are collectively known as the jungle, broken into Dire and Radiant depending on the side of the river. Jungle creeps spawn at certain locations in this area. The white dots near the jungle are where Ancient creeps spawn. The white cross is the location of the Roshan Pit, where Roshan resides. Killing Roshan give the team gold and an item that revives the carrier upon death. Subsequent kills also drop Cheese that instantly restores the healthy and mana of the user. Roshan is very powerful, and should only be tackled under the right circumstances.

The gold circles indicate the locations where shops are present. The base shop offers most of what you’ll need. The side shops stocks items that can help heroes stay in the lane longer without returning to base. In the vicinity of the jungle are the two secret shops that offer powerful and expensive items that serve as components for high end items.

If you got all that, then you’ve understood the basics. Let’s get into a little bit about how the game is typically played.

Roles

The five players on each team all have unique roles to play. These positions are often referred to by the numbers 1 to 5, organized in sequential farm priority. This simply means position 1 players demand the most farm, while position 5 players get the least. Depending on their positions, heroes will head into different lanes.

Position (role)Lane1 (carry)Safe lane (Radiant bottom, Dire top)2 (mid)Middle lane3 (offlane)Offlane (Radiant top, Dire bottom)4 (farming support)Depends5 (hard support)Depends

The top 3 positions usually have their lanes locked in most situations. Carry players’ job is to farm and get into fighting shape as quickly as possible since they will be the biggest damage dealer for the team when fights break out. Carry heroes are, more often than not, weak early game, and become the target for potential early ganks. Mid players need a good balance of gold and levels to do their job, so they get their own solo lane. That doesn’t mean they have it easy, however, since overextending even slightly might end up feeding the other team a kill. Offlaners mostly need levels to improve their skills to be effective. Harder lanes are okay for them since farm isn’t a high priority. Pos 4 and 5 supports don’t necessarily adhere to any lane, but sacrifice their own income and experience for the benefit of the team by doing support-y things like planting wards for vision, babysitting the carry, stacking jungle camps. Supports buy all of the utility items for the team, like smokes (invisibility), dust (detection), regen (any kind of regeneration items), and TPs (teleport scrolls: after channeling, sends the user back to the fountain).

Vision

Games can be won or lost on how much of the map your team can see. Normally, fog of war covers parts of the map where your team doesn’t have units. Wards, stationary items that can be placed on the map, grant vision of their surroundings. Being able to see potential enemy movement gives a huge advantage in DotA. Good vision allows players to dodge/counter ganks, safely jungle, going high ground, and crossing the river into enemy territory. Besides wards, specific heroes can also grant allies valuable map control through minion, invisibility scouting, and one hero can even turn any tree into a ward for the team, albeit with limits.

Jungle

I’ve mentioned the jungle a couple of times by now, and you might be wondering why it keeps popping up. The jungle is a… special place. At first glance, one might think the lanes are where the action happens, but the jungle also gets a fair bit of action, too. There’s a lot that goes on in there, and going through jungle mechanics one by one would be waaay too complicated for the purposes of this post. Simply know that the jungle is high risk, high reward. There are ways to mitigate those risks, but they’ll still always be there and your enemies know that, as well. Some heroes thrive in the jungle, and roamers will setup ganks aplenty if you allow them the opportunity. Exercise caution and you will profit. Be reckless and you’ll end up feeding.

One jungle mechanic that should be mentioned is the act of stacking jungle camps. This can be done to regular creeps or Ancient creeps. All creep camps spawn on a timer. When the timer hits, the game checks if there are units in the area. If yes, the camp does not spawn anything. Otherwise, a new set of jungle creeps spawn. Pulling creeps away from the spawn area before the timer hits allows a new set to spawn, so you get both the old stack and the new one. This can be done multiple times until the number of creeps in that specific camp becomes too much for stacking. Early game, clearing out the jungle before the respawn timer hits is usually impossible, so stacking camps is used to cut your losses, essentially. It also ensures a quick influx of gold should anyone on the team who needs it. This can also backfire if the other team finds and takes the stacks. High risk, high reward.

Objectives

So, how does one win? The throne is obviously the final objective, but before one can get to it, there are are some hurdles to overcome first.

Towers will be the main objectives before pushing into the enemy base. They have high healthy and damage, so fighting the enemy under their tower early game is suicide. Only a handful of heroes are able to take down towers early game, so under most circumstances, it would be wise to stay away until mid to late game. There are three sets of lane towers, one set in each lane independent of the others. There are 3 tiers: Tier 1 towers are the outermost towers, and the weakest, while tier 3s are the strongest and guards the barracks. In order to damage the subsequent tier, one must first destroy the ones before it. There are also two tier 4 towers guarding the throne. Destroying towers are crucial because it weakens enemy lane power, allowing one’s team to push further. It also gives your team more map control and more room to operate around the map.

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If you’ve taken down both tier one and two towers in a lane, you can push high ground. It’s usually advised to take down all outer tower before that, however. Destroying the tier three tower allows one’s team access to the enemy barracks (“rax”). There are two rax per lane, one melee and one ranged. Destroying either will cause the corresponding creep type of your team in that lane to power up. Destroying all three lanes will give your team Mega Creeps which are very powerful versions of regular lane creeps. Getting megas usually means you’ve won, but comebacks have happened. Destroying a tier 3 tower also opens up the tier 4s to damage. Going straight for those towers after tier 3s and subsequently the throne is also a valid, but more risky, strategy. When the throne’s hp reaches zero, you win the game.

Well, this got stupid long. Way longer than I first anticipated. Hopefully, someone will find this helpful over the course of the next week and a half. Hopefully, I’ve also roped a few innocent souls into the DotA deathpit from which there is NO ESCAPE.

GLHF. GG.

[Update] Dota 2 Turnierübersicht | dota 2 international 2017 – Vietnamnhanvan

Das International 2017 wird dieses Jahr zum insgesamt siebten Mal stattfinden. Das von Valve organisierte Dota 2 Turnier ist das größte und prestigeträchtigste der Saison. Viel ist noch nicht bekannt, aber es wird sehr wahrscheinlich in ähnlicher Form ablaufen wie die vergangenen Internationals. Das heißt, dass Valve wieder einen Grundbetrag für den Preispool bereitstellt und in Folge die Community mit Käufen des Compendium (in-game Begleitgegenstand zum International) dazu beitragen kann. Diese Vorgehensweise hat bisher gut geklappt, so wurde der Preispool 2016 von $1,600,000 auf sage und schreibe $20,770,460 von der Community erhöht.
Sehr spannend wird auch, ob der Sieger diesmal aus der westlichen Hemisphäre kommt. Bislang konnte keine Region (Ost oder West) zweimal in Folge das International für sich entscheiden. Wings Gaming (China) konnte das International 2016 gewinnen, sind jedoch dieses Jahr nicht mehr dabei weil es das Team in dieser Form nicht mehr gibt. Dafür sind die ersten Direkteinladungen bekannt. Auch der Sieger des Kiev Major 2017 Ende Aprils hat eine solche Einladung erhalten.
Die KeyArena in Seattle, USA, wird einmal mehr zur Bühne für das größte Dota 2 Event.
Das International 2017 verspricht spannende Unterhaltung, viele Teams halten ihre neuen Strategien bis dahin geheim um möglichst effektiv vorzugehen.

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Dota 2 Icon TI7 Platzierungen Preisgeldverteilung

Platz
Preis $ USD
Team
Gold Medal Icon 1.
$10,806,301
Team Liquid Dota2 Logo Team Liquid
Silver Medal Icon 2.
$3,929,564
Newbee Dota 2 Logo - DE Newbee
Bronze Medal Icon 3.
$2,578,776
LGD Young Forever Dota 2 Logo - DE LGD. Forever Young
Copper Medal Icon 4.
 $1,719,184
LGD gaming dota2 Logo LGD Gaming

5. – 6.
$1,105,190
Virtus.pro Dota 2 Team Logo Virtus.pro
Invictus Gaming Dota 2 Team Logo Invictus Gaming

7. – 8.
$613,994
Team Empire Dota2 Logo Team Empire
OG RedBull Dota2 Logo Esports OG

9. – 12.
$368,397
Team Secret Dota 2 Team Logo Team Secret
Evil Geniuses Dota 2 Team Logo Evil Geniuses
TNC Pro Team Dota 2 eSports Logo TNC Pro Team
Digital Chaos Team Dota 2 Logo Digital Chaos

13. – 16.
$122,799
Execration Dota 2 Team Logo Execration
 Cloud 9
Infamous logo dota2 Infamous
Invictus Gaming Vitality Dota 2 Team Logo iG Vitality

17. – 18.
$61,399
Fnatic Dota 2 Team Logo Fnatic
HellRaisers Dota2 Team Logo HellRaisers

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Tag 1 > Tag 2 > Tag 3 > Tag 4 > Tag 5  > Tag 6 – Finals & Grand Finals

Haupt Event ─ Samstag 12.08.2017 | Tag 6 

 Lower Bracket Finale 

Lb Finale: LGD Young Forever Dota 2 Logo - DE LGD Forever Young vs. Team Liquid Dota2 Logo Team Liquid    1 : 2 
Startzeit: 12. August, 19:00 MESZ

 TI7 ─ Grand Final  

TI7 ─ Grand Final: Newbee Dota 2 Logo - DE Newbee vs. Team Liquid Dota2 Logo Team Liquid    0 : 3 
Startzeit: 12. August, 24:00 MESZ

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Dota 2 Icon Upper Bracket Haupt Event | TI7 Playoffs

Runde 1 (Bo3)

Runde 2 (Bo3)

Runde 3 (Bo3)

Team Liquid Dota2 Logo Team Liquid
1

Invictus Gaming Dota 2 Team Logo Invictus G.
2
Invictus Gaming Dota 2 Team Logo Invictus G.
1

vs.


Newbee Dota 2 Logo - DE Newbee
2
Newbee Dota 2 Logo - DE Newbee
2
Newbee Dota 2 Logo - DE Newbee
2
Evil Geniuses Dota 2 Team Logo Evil Geniuses

vs.


LGD Young Forever Dota 2 Logo - DE LGD Forever Y.
2
LGD Young Forever Dota 2 Logo - DE LGD Forever Y.
1

TNC Pro Team Dota 2 eSports Logo TNC Pro Team

LGD Young Forever Dota 2 Logo - DE LGD Forever Y.
2

vs.


LGD gaming dota2 Logo LGD Gaming

Virtus.pro Dota 2 Team Logo Virtus.pro

Virtus.pro Dota 2 Team Logo Virtus.pro
2

Dota 2 Icon Lower Bracket Haupt Event | TI7 Playoffs

Runde 1 (Bo1)

Runde 2 (Bo3)

Runde 3 (Bo3)

Runde 4 (Bo3)

Runde 5 (Bo3)

Team Secret Dota 2 Team Logo
1
Team Liquid Dota2 Logo
2
Execration Dota 2 Team Logo

Team Secret Dota 2 Team Logo

1
Team Liquid Dota2 Logo
2
Virtus.pro Dota 2 Team Logo
1

vs.


Team Liquid Dota2 Logo
2
Team Liquid Dota2 Logo
2


Evil Geniuses Dota 2 Team Logo

Team Empire Dota2 Logo

Team Empire Dota2 Logo
1
Team Empire Dota2 Logo
2

vs.


OG RedBull Dota2 Logo Esports
1
TNC Pro Team Dota 2 eSports Logo

Infamous logo dota2

OG RedBull Dota2 Logo Esports
2
OG RedBull Dota2 Logo Esports

Invictus Gaming Dota 2 Team Logo

vs.


LGD gaming dota2 Logo
2
LGD gaming dota2 Logo

Invictus Gaming Vitality Dota 2 Team Logo

LGD gaming dota2 Logo
2
LGD gaming dota2 Logo
2
Digital Chaos Team Dota 2 Logo
1
Digital Chaos Team Dota 2 Logo

Dota 2 Icon Gruppenphase des The International 2017

Dota 2 Icon TI 7 – Gruppe A Standings – Resultat

Die TI7 Gruppenphase ist zu erst an der Reihe. Die Teams werden in 2 Gruppen aufgeteilt und innerhalb einer Gruppe spielt jedes Team gegen jedes Team. Alle Spiele sind Best-of-Two. Die Teams die Top 4 in den jeweiligen Gruppen erreichen steigen direkt in das Upper Bracket ein, die restlichen ins Lower Bracket. Nur die letztplatzierten Teams fliegen hier schon aus dem Bewerb. Alle Ergebnisse und Resultate findest du auf unserer Seite für den TI7 Spielplan.

Gruppe A – Tabelle & Resultate

Team

Matches


Team Liquid Dota2 Logo Team Liquid
13 – 3


LGD gaming dota2 Logo LGD Gaming
12 – 4


Evil Geniuses Dota 2 Team Logo Evil Geniuses
11 – 5


TNC Pro Team Dota 2 eSports Logo TNC Pro Team
9 – 7


Team Secret Dota 2 Team Logo Team Secret
7 – 9


Invictus Gaming Vitality Dota 2 Team Logo iG Vitality
7 – 9


Team Empire Dota2 Logo Team Empire
6 – 10


Infamous logo dota2 Infamous
5 – 11


Fnatic Dota 2 Team Logo Fnatic
2 – 14
Spielplan / Ergebnisse

Steigt in das Upper Bracket ein 
Steigt in das Lower Bracket ein 
Wird vom Turnier eliminiert 

Dota 2 Icon TI 7 – Gruppe B Standings – Resultat

Gruppe B – Tabelle & Resultate

Team

Matches


LGD Young Forever Dota 2 Logo - DE LGD. Forever Young
14 – 2


Newbee Dota 2 Logo - DE Newbee
11 – 5


Invictus Gaming Dota 2 Team Logo Invictus Gaming
10 – 6


Virtus.pro Dota 2 Team Logo Virtus.pro
10 – 6


OG RedBull Dota2 Logo Esports OG
9 – 7


Cloud 9
6 – 10


Digital Chaos Team Dota 2 Logo Digital Chaos
6 – 10


Execration Dota 2 Team Logo Execration
5 – 11


HellRaisers Dota2 Team Logo HellRaisers
1 – 15
Spielplan / Ergebnisse

Steigt in das Upper Bracket ein 
Steigt in das Lower Bracket ein 
Wird vom Turnier eliminiert 

Dota 2 Icon Dota 2 Teams des The International 2017

Valve hat an dem schon aus dem TI6 bekannten Modell festgehalten und nur 6 Teams direkt eingeladen, alle anderen müssen sich durch die Qualifikationsrunde schlagen. Der Vorjahressieger Wings Gaming wurde leider nicht mehr eingeladen, da es das Team in dieser Form nicht mehr gibt. OG hingegen hat als Gewinner des im April stattgefundenen Kiev Majors eine der begehrten Einladungen erhalten. Die weiteren eingeladenen Teams sind Virtus.pro, Evil Geniuses, Team Liquid, Invictus Gaming und Newbee. Es werden insgesamt 18 Teams am Dota 2 The International 2017 teilnehmen. 12 davon müssen sich durch regionale Qualifiere schlagen um einen Platz im Ti7 zu erhalten. Diese 18 Teams werden anschließen beim TI7 in 2 Round-Robin Gruppen aufgeteilt, gleich wie beim Kiev Major. Während das jeweils letzte Team schon hier aus dem Bewerb fliegt, geht es für die restlichen 16 Teams in das Double-Elimination PlayOff in der KeyArena.

Eingeladene Teams

›› Gesamte TI7 Team Übersicht

Die regionalen Qualifikationsrunden finden von 26. bis 29. Juni statt. Die TI7 Teams werden teilweise eingeladen und teilweise qualifizieren sie sich über die offenen Qualifikationsrunden, an denen jedes Team teilnehmen kann. Die offenen Qualifikationsrunden finden von 22. Juni bis 25. Juni statt. Die folgenden Teams haben sich für das TI7 in Dota 2 qualifiziert.

Qualifikation Europa

Qualifikation CIS – Region

Qualifikation China

Qualifikation Südostasien

Qualifikation Nordamerika

Qualifikation Südamerika

Dota 2 Icon Format und Spielplan Übersicht

Zu Beginn des TI7 werden alle Teams in 2 Gruppen aufgeteilt. In diesen Gruppen wird jedes Team gegen jedes Team spielen in einem Best-of-two. Anschließend kommen die Top 4 Teams aus beiden Gruppen direkt in das Upper Bracket der Playoffs und die restlichen ins Lower Bracket. Der Gruppenletzte jeweils wird bereits hier aus dem Turnier eliminiert. In den Playoffs spielen dann 16 Teams in einem Double-Elimination Modus, das heißt das eine Niederlage noch nicht das Ende des Turniers bedeutet. Die Playoffs werden 6 Tage dauern und im großen Finale enden. Mehr zum detaillierten Zeitplan findet ihr auf unserer TI7 Spielplan Seite.

TI7 Gruppenphase

  • Datum: 02. August bis 5. August 2017
  • Austragungsort: Seattle
  • Start des Live-Streams: 02. August, 18:00

TI7 Playoffs

  • Datum: 07. August bis 12. August 2017
  • Austragungsort: KeyArena in Seattle, USA
  • Start des Live-Streams: 07. August, genaue Uhrzeit noch unbekannt
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Dota 2 Icon Dota 2 TI7 Gruppenphase Wettquoten

Gerade bei so einem großen Event wie dem TI7 ist es natürlich selbstverständlich, dass man auch auf die Gruppenphase wetten kann. In der Gruppenphase werden sehr viele Spiele gleichzeitig und mit nur kurzen Pausen dazwischen gespielt, deswegen verliert man leicht den Überblick und der Screenshot stellt nur einen Teil der verfügbaren Wetten & Quoten dar. Da jede Begegnung in der Gruppenphase in einem Best-of-Two ausgetragen wird, kann es hier zu einem 1:1 kommen, zu einem Unentschieden also. Weiters lassen sich einige deutliche Favoriten erkennen, deren Quoten sich auf die kürzliche Form stützen. Dennoch kann bei einem so großen Turnier wie dem TI7 alles passieren. Zusätzlich wird es Live Wetten geben, die die Spannung beim Verfolgen des Spieles nochmal erhöhen. Mehr Information zu den Livewetten für The International 2017 hier.dota 2 the international 2017 gruppenphase tag 4 match sieger wettquoten

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Die ersten Quoten für die Gesamtsieger Wette von The International 2017 in Dota 2 sind bereits eingetroffen. bet-at-home hat schon die ersten Quoten für die Gesamtsieger Wette veröffentlicht. Für eine bessere Übersicht gibt es Informationsseite für das Wetten auf The International 2017 hier. Mehr Informationen zum Wetten auf Dota 2 hier verfügbar.dota2 the international 2017 turniersieger wette quoten

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Dota 2 Icon Das Preisgeld

Wie hoch das Preisgeld dieses Jahr für das International 2017 ausfallen wird, steht noch in Sternen. Grund dafür ist Valves einzigartiger Zugang: Valve wird einen Grundbetrag stellen, wie jedes Jahr, der sich wahrscheinlich im Bereich von $1,600,000 bewegt. Zusätzlich wird die Community wieder die Möglichkeit haben, das Preisgeld zu erhöhen: 25% der Einnahmen des International Battle Pass fließen direkt hinein. Der Battle Pass ist jetzt im Shop verfügbar, mehr Informationen zum The International Battle Pass hier. Nicht zuletzt durch diese Vorgehensweise konnte jedes International das vorherige in Sachen Preispool übertreffen. Spannend bleibt, ob der astronomische Betrag von $20,770,460 vom International 2016 überboten werden kann.

Endstand: Insgesamt beträgt das Preisgeld des The International 2017 $24,797,916 und ist somit der höchste Preispool in der Esports Geschichte und das Gewinner-Team erhält über 10 Millionen Dollar! Mehr Informationen zum TI7 Preispool hier.

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Dota 2 Icon Ticket / Karten Information

Ticketverkäufe starten ab 4. April um 19:00 CET über Ticketmaster.com. Für mehr TI7 Ticket Infos klicken sie hier.

Dota 2 Icon Battlepass – The International 2017

Auch dieses Jahr hat Valve einen neuen Battlepass für das The International 2017 herausgebracht. Den Battlepass gibt es diesmal in 2 Ausführungen, einmal mit Level 0 für 9,50€ und einmal mit Level 75 für 34,50€. Pro aufgestiegenem Level im Battlepass erhält man kosmetische Items, neue Partikeleffekte und vieles mehr. Zusätzlich gibt es die Möglichkeit, Levels über den Shop in Dota 2 zu kaufen. Weiterhin werden 25% der Einnahmen aus dem Verkauf des Battlepass in das Preisgeld des The International 2017 einfließen. Es bleibt also bis zum Schluss spannend, wie hoch das Preisgeld steigt.

Der Battlepass enthält außerdem zum ersten mal eine Co-op Multiplayer Kampagne in 2 Akten, durch die man mit seinen Freunden spielen kann und dafür Belohnungen kosmetischer Natur erhält. Dabei sind die altbekannten Features wie das Spielerbuch, das man selbst mit Spielerkarten ausfüllen kann und bei richtig getroffenen Ergebnissen Belohnungen erhält, und die Quests mit von der Partie.


The International 2017 Movie


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• Liquid vs. LGD GH Force Staff into Echo On Oracle Main Event [Lower Bracket Round 5]• Epic ending LFY vs. Liquid, Mind_Control aegis snatch Main Event [Lower Bracket Finals]• GRAND FINALS Newbee vs. Team Liquid
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True Sight : The International 2017 Finals


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