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TI8 VGJ.Storm – North American Revolution

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Young blood is often one of the most overlooked aspects in the Dota 2 scene. There are so many quality players in the top rankings of Dota 2 that newer, less established players often have an extremely difficult time breaking into the professional scene. Some of the players of VGJ.Storm have struggled with this for a while; having been stuck just below the top, and never reaching the upper echelons of the Dota 2 professional scene. While Resolut1ion has been a stand-out carry on multiple top tier teams and came close to taking home the Aegis, he is VGJ.Storm’s only historically top tier player. SVG and MSS had a decent, if unimpressive, tenure with Team NP; and the remaining players on VGJ.Storm are YawaR and Sneyking, one of whom has never attended The International while the other hasn’t been since 2014. For some of these players this is an important opportunity, both because it’s their strongest team going into TI and because of how it will affect their post-TI8 careers.

VGJ.Storm was formed as Vici Gaming’s NA branch during the post-TI7 shuffle. The team had an initially weak run with much of the roster being dropped in early 2018 to make room for most of the current roster. Oddly enough Sneyking would return from the original roster and play a key role in the current lineup. The new VGJ.Storm would end up playing in qualifier after qualifier without seeing much success. While this new roster was decidedly stronger than the old one, it would take the key change of losing Timado and gaining Resolut1on before the team would truly shine. After picking up Resolut1on the team saw immediate results, taking first place at the GESC Thailand Minor (including a 2-0 win over Fnatic) and a second place finish at the MDL Changsha Major, losing out to PSG.LGD in the finals. Changsha was a surprise run from VGJ.Storm as they took down OG, Team Secret, and VG in the Winner’s Bracket. While they unfortunately went out early in the following tournament, DAC, they ended up having a surprisingly strong finish in the TI8 NA qualifiers, taking the first qualification spot by winning the group stage.

Resolut1on is already set in terms of pro player status, but the rest of VGJ.Storm have much to prove here. This TI could be the difference between these players being seen as tier 1 competitors or being relegated back to tier 2 of NA. Time will tell how they end up in the post-TI shuffle.

Gameplay

VGJ.Storm’s style has changed a lot throughout the year, though that’s more because of how many players the team cycled through before finding its best lineup in the lead up to TI. The latest player to join, Resolut1on, has likely had a large impact on how the team plays because he has proven to be such a reliable, game-winning carry player. This was primarily seen from DC’s TI6 run and Empire’s surprise top-8 run at TI7. It’s a simple plan, put Resolut1on on a hard carry and enable him to carry you to victory. Luckily for VGJ.Storm, YawaR also plays a very solid core which takes some of the weight off of Resolut1on’s shoulders. This has been seen a few times where VGJ.Storm has placed Resolut1on on sidelane core Mirana or offlane Faceless Void, though he is still primarily seen on his traditional heroes like Phantom Lancer or Luna.

Resolut1on isn’t the only one that has seen an uptick in their hero pools in recent months. VGJ.Storm have created a tri-core system where each core is versatile enough that we’ve seen Resolut1ion and Sneyking playing in every lane while YawaR has been more than willing to swap between mid and safelane. This versatility in laning configuration has been of great benefit to VGJ.Storm because of the significant draft advantage it provides as each core has shown to be comfortable enough for this strategy to work.

Not to leave the supports without credit for VGJ.Storm’s strong showings, SVG and MSS are just as important. SVG has brought a lot of great ideas to the table and made the most out of his players by coordinating the versatile tricore style of VGJ.Storm. He often plays the traditional position 5 or 6 sacrificial support, allowing his cores and MSS to do whatever they can. Speaking of allowing MSS to do whatever he wants, MSS has been the surprise stand-out player in this team. Similarly to his role on his previous team, NP, he is often relied on by his teammates to make space with his individual outplays. This ends up being exceptionally important with VGJ.Storm’s greedy tri-core style of play, luckily MSS often pulls through. You can also see this playstyle in his recent most played heroes, Tusk, Clockwerk, Io, and Naga Siren.

While we have seen a lot of good things from VGJ.Storm in the last couple months, it wouldn’t be surprising to see them come to TI with a completely different style. One major effect of the current Dota Pro Circuit system and patching style is that these pre-TI weeks give teams a chance to buckle down and prepare new styles for TI. With how frequent tournaments and patches have been this year, this is the first time since the DPC season began for teams to practice a lot and hammer out new strategies. This should prove to be advantageous for VGJ.Storm as SVG is known for his unique thinking and innovative strategies. It will also help because it will be the first time that this VGJ.Storm roster has had to just focus on practice without worrying about all sorts of upcoming tournaments and qualifiers.

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Players

Resolut1on

Resolut1on

YawaR

YawaR

Sneyking

Sneyking

MSS

MSS

SVG

SVG

Roman “Resolut1on” Fominok
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Resolut1on has had a turbulent year. He struggled through most of the season with OG, often winning qualifiers but rarely performing up to the standard one would hold for such a prestigious team. Thankfully, he now looks much more at-home in the new VGJ.Storm. Resolut1on excels on hard carry favorites like Luna or Phantom Lancer, with his teams often employing pseudo 4-protect-1 styles of play, leaving the other supports and cores in space-making roles while Resolut1on farms enough to solo carry the game. Resolut1on managed to carry Empire to a top-8 placement, but with the weight of having to solo-carry every game lifted, expect an even better performance this year.

Resolut1on has had a turbulent year. He struggled through most of the season with OG, often winning qualifiers but rarely performing up to the standard one would hold for such a prestigious team. Thankfully, he now looks much more at-home in the new VGJ.Storm. Resolut1on excels on hard carry favorites like Luna or Phantom Lancer, with his teams often employing pseudo 4-protect-1 styles of play, leaving the other supports and cores in space-making roles while Resolut1on farms enough to solo carry the game. Resolut1on managed to carry Empire to a top-8 placement, but with the weight of having to solo-carry every game lifted, expect an even better performance this year.

Yawar “YawaR” Hassan Notable heroes:
Always in the shadow of his TI-winning brother, Sumail, YawaR has been trying to make his way out of the Tier 2 NA scene for years. In his defense he has played for DC in the past and often won qualifiers with whatever squad he played with. Times have changed, though. This year YawaR was the first of the Hassan brothers to qualify for The International thanks to his solid mid lane play. YawaR enjoys the flashy, play-making mids like Lina and Templar Assassin, though he’s willing to swap lanes with Resolut1on when necessary, playing heroes like Death Prophet in the safelane. Hopefully TI8 will end up giving us a full Bo3 Hassan Bowl.

Always in the shadow of his TI-winning brother, Sumail, YawaR has been trying to make his way out of the Tier 2 NA scene for years. In his defense he has played for DC in the past and often won qualifiers with whatever squad he played with. Times have changed, though. This year YawaR was the first of the Hassan brothers to qualify for The International thanks to his solid mid lane play. YawaR enjoys the flashy, play-making mids like Lina and Templar Assassin, though he’s willing to swap lanes with Resolut1on when necessary, playing heroes like Death Prophet in the safelane. Hopefully TI8 will end up giving us a full Bo3 Hassan Bowl.

Jingjun “Sneyking” Wu Notable heroes:
Sneyking finding his way to back to VGJ.Storm is interesting, considering he has now been on both the first and current iterations of VGJ.Storm (the only player to do so). Sneyking is another long-time NA player, having been in the scene since 2012 and played in two TI’s thus far. While he hasn’t been a stand-out player in this team, Sneyking has been reliable to always play solidly regardless of his hero or lane, enabling YawaR and Resolut1on to do what they do best.

Sneyking finding his way to back to VGJ.Storm is interesting, considering he has now been on both the first and current iterations of VGJ.Storm (the only player to do so). Sneyking is another long-time NA player, having been in the scene since 2012 and played in two TI’s thus far. While he hasn’t been a stand-out player in this team, Sneyking has been reliable to always play solidly regardless of his hero or lane, enabling YawaR and Resolut1on to do what they do best.

Arif “MSS” Anwar Notable heroes:
Much like his time on NP last year, MSS has arguably been the breakout player on VGJ.Storm. A relatively underrated player, MSS spent most of his career like others on the team, trying his hardest to break out of the Tier 2 NA scene. Thankfully, MSS has taken advantage of his time on better teams and proven why he deserves a spot amongst the best NA has to offer. With a tendency towards high skill and playmaking heroes, MSS has been key to VGJ.Storm’s success as of late. Look for him to often make solo plays to take over the early game and win the lanes for his cores.

Much like his time on NP last year, MSS has arguably been the breakout player on VGJ.Storm. A relatively underrated player, MSS spent most of his career like others on the team, trying his hardest to break out of the Tier 2 NA scene. Thankfully, MSS has taken advantage of his time on better teams and proven why he deserves a spot amongst the best NA has to offer. With a tendency towards high skill and playmaking heroes, MSS has been key to VGJ.Storm’s success as of late. Look for him to often make solo plays to take over the early game and win the lanes for his cores.

Avery “SVG” Silverman Notable heroes:
A team is only as strong as their captain and SVG has proven he can take VGJ.Storm far. SVG has been considered one of the smartest players in the NA scene for a while, providing valuable insight as a player on Team NP and working as a coach for EG across multiple years and lineups. SVG’s merit as a coach is certainly nothing to scoff at, having coached the old PPD EG to a top 3 finish at TI6 and then coached the following EG throughout TI7 and the ensuing months. The man must have great ideas if such high level players and teams value his insight so highly.

A team is only as strong as their captain and SVG has proven he can take VGJ.Storm far. SVG has been considered one of the smartest players in the NA scene for a while, providing valuable insight as a player on Team NP and working as a coach for EG across multiple years and lineups. SVG’s merit as a coach is certainly nothing to scoff at, having coached the old PPD EG to a top 3 finish at TI6 and then coached the following EG throughout TI7 and the ensuing months. The man must have great ideas if such high level players and teams value his insight so highly.

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Young blood is often one of the most overlooked aspects in the Dota 2 scene. There are so many quality players in the top rankings of Dota 2 that newer, less established players often have an extremely difficult time breaking into the professional scene. Some of the players of VGJ.Storm have struggled with this for a while; having been stuck just below the top, and never reaching the upper echelons of the Dota 2 professional scene. While Resolut1ion has been a stand-out carry on multiple top tier teams and came close to taking home the Aegis, he is VGJ.Storm’s only historically top tier player. SVG and MSS had a decent, if unimpressive, tenure with Team NP; and the remaining players on VGJ.Storm are YawaR and Sneyking, one of whom has never attended The International while the other hasn’t been since 2014. For some of these players this is an important opportunity, both because it’s their strongest team going into TI and because of how it will affect their post-TI8 careers.VGJ.Storm was formed as Vici Gaming’s NA branch during the post-TI7 shuffle. The team had an initially weak run with much of the roster being dropped in early 2018 to make room for most of the current roster. Oddly enough Sneyking would return from the original roster and play a key role in the current lineup. The new VGJ.Storm would end up playing in qualifier after qualifier without seeing much success. While this new roster was decidedly stronger than the old one, it would take the key change of losing Timado and gaining Resolut1on before the team would truly shine. After picking up Resolut1on the team saw immediate results, taking first place at the GESC Thailand Minor (including a 2-0 win over Fnatic) and a second place finish at the MDL Changsha Major, losing out to PSG.LGD in the finals. Changsha was a surprise run from VGJ.Storm as they took down OG, Team Secret, and VG in the Winner’s Bracket. While they unfortunately went out early in the following tournament, DAC, they ended up having a surprisingly strong finish in the TI8 NA qualifiers, taking the first qualification spot by winning the group stage.Resolut1on is already set in terms of pro player status, but the rest of VGJ.Storm have much to prove here. This TI could be the difference between these players being seen as tier 1 competitors or being relegated back to tier 2 of NA. Time will tell how they end up in the post-TI shuffle.VGJ.Storm’s style has changed a lot throughout the year, though that’s more because of how many players the team cycled through before finding its best lineup in the lead up to TI. The latest player to join, Resolut1on, has likely had a large impact on how the team plays because he has proven to be such a reliable, game-winning carry player. This was primarily seen from DC’s TI6 run and Empire’s surprise top-8 run at TI7. It’s a simple plan, put Resolut1on on a hard carry and enable him to carry you to victory. Luckily for VGJ.Storm, YawaR also plays a very solid core which takes some of the weight off of Resolut1on’s shoulders. This has been seen a few times where VGJ.Storm has placed Resolut1on on sidelane core Mirana or offlane Faceless Void, though he is still primarily seen on his traditional heroes like Phantom Lancer or Luna.Resolut1on isn’t the only one that has seen an uptick in their hero pools in recent months. VGJ.Storm have created a tri-core system where each core is versatile enough that we’ve seen Resolut1ion and Sneyking playing in every lane while YawaR has been more than willing to swap between mid and safelane. This versatility in laning configuration has been of great benefit to VGJ.Storm because of the significant draft advantage it provides as each core has shown to be comfortable enough for this strategy to work.Not to leave the supports without credit for VGJ.Storm’s strong showings, SVG and MSS are just as important. SVG has brought a lot of great ideas to the table and made the most out of his players by coordinating the versatile tricore style of VGJ.Storm. He often plays the traditional position 5 or 6 sacrificial support, allowing his cores and MSS to do whatever they can. Speaking of allowing MSS to do whatever he wants, MSS has been the surprise stand-out player in this team. Similarly to his role on his previous team, NP, he is often relied on by his teammates to make space with his individual outplays. This ends up being exceptionally important with VGJ.Storm’s greedy tri-core style of play, luckily MSS often pulls through. You can also see this playstyle in his recent most played heroes, Tusk, Clockwerk, Io, and Naga Siren.While we have seen a lot of good things from VGJ.Storm in the last couple months, it wouldn’t be surprising to see them come to TI with a completely different style. One major effect of the current Dota Pro Circuit system and patching style is that these pre-TI weeks give teams a chance to buckle down and prepare new styles for TI. With how frequent tournaments and patches have been this year, this is the first time since the DPC season began for teams to practice a lot and hammer out new strategies. This should prove to be advantageous for VGJ.Storm as SVG is known for his unique thinking and innovative strategies. It will also help because it will be the first time that this VGJ.Storm roster has had to just focus on practice without worrying about all sorts of upcoming tournaments and qualifiers.


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[Update] Tiêu điểm day 2 Main event Ti8: OG vs VGJ.Storm | vgj storm – Vietnamnhanvan

Day 2 Main event Ti8 vừa khép lại vào buổi sáng nay. Ngày thi đấu thứ hai đã ghi lại những cuộc đối đầu vô cùng gay cấn giữa các đội nhánh thua để có được một suất đi tiếp.

Diễn biến Day 2 Main event Ti8 : OG vs VGJ.Storm

Trận đấu đầu tiên của day 2 Main event Ti8 là cuộc đối đầu giữa OG và VGJ.Storm. Với VGJ.Storm, họ đang có một phong độ rất tốt khi băng băng bước vào Main Event với một thành tích vượt trội gần như toàn thắng, chỉ thua 1 trận trước VP và bị cầm hòa tại lượt đó. Quả thực, sự xuất hiện của Resolut1on đã mang lại một luồng sinh khí mới và mở ra hàng loạt tính toán chiến thuật cho đội trưởng SVG. Về phần OG, họ có một vòng bảng không tệ, đạt được vé vào nhánh thắng cũng là một thành tích tương đối tốt với một đội hình form lại với sự quay lại của “người quen cũ” Ana và một nhân tố mới – Topson. Chưa có những thể hiện xuất sắc nhưng midlaner này cũng đã hòa nhập khá tốt với phong cách chơi của cả đội.

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Game 1 đội hình VGJ.Storm xuất phát với một lineup khá mạnh, họ pick được Weaver – một carry tay dài đang được ưa chuộng tại lineup này với khả năng tác chiến rất tốt ngay tại early game và cũng có khả năng sống sót cực cao với ulti Time Lapse. Tự tin với “bức tường di động” DK ở mid cùng thả năng combat từ cặp support Earthshaker – Jakiro cùng sự khó chịu của Enchantress, VGJ.Storm hứa hẹn có một game đấu thuận lợi. Thực tế đã chứng minh đúng điều này, laning phase tại giai đoạn đầu game thực sự là “ác mộng” với các thành viên của OG. Bot lane gồm Lina và Winter Wyvern không thể chế ngự tốc độ của Weaver, Phantom Lancer trong tay Ana cũng gặp nhiều khó khăn tại lane của mình, duy chỉ có Topson có vẻ thảnh thơi khi tận dụng lợi thế tay dài của Zeus khi đi với Dragon Knight trong tay YawaR. Nhưng khoảng thời gian vui vẻ này không kéo dài khi Resolut1on quyết định tham gia combat sớm cùng cả team VGJ.Thunder. Weaver trong tay carry người Ukraina này luôn đặt cả đội OG trong những tình huống cực kỳ khó khăn. Phút 41, sau khi đã mất hơn nửa các trụ thứ 3 của mình, trong một tình huống ” dùng đồng đội là mồi” khi cho Jerax cầm Lina di chuyển khó hiểu trên top, 4 thành viên còn lại của OG đi vòng qua Shrine bot của họ và tại đây, bước chuyển của trận đấu đã diễn ra khi họ bất ngờ bắt chết được Enchantress của Sneyking đồng thời hạ gục “Chiến thần” Resolut1on.

Như nhận được một liều thuốc tinh thần, cả đội OG đã thi đấu khởi sắc hơn hẳn. Ngay sau đó họ tổ chức đẩy thẳng mid và bot của VGJ.Storm. Resolut1on lúc này đã trở lại trận chiến nhưng đồng thời anh cũng phải để lộ ra điểm yếu lớn của Weaver đó là khả năng phòng thủ tương đối hạn chế. Phép màu đã đến với OG khi họ hạ gục 4 thành viên của đối phương, buộc DK của YawaR phải buyback trong tình trạng không có form rồng. Trong lúc này, Winter Wyvern trong tay Ceb lại tiếp tục tỏa sáng với những pha ulti chuẩn xác buộc Resolut1on phải “bóp chết” chính đồng đội của mình. Đi cùng với sự phối hợp chuẩn xác, OG kết thúc game 1 đầy bất ngờ và buộc VGJ.Storm phải gõ GG ở phút thứ 44.

Game 2 mở màn với cục diện có vẻ cân bằng hơn với những pha ăn miếng trả miếng liên tục từ phía hai bên. 20 phút đầu tiên trải qua rất hấp dẫn với những màn giao tranh liên tiếp từ cả hai đội với tỷ số 17-17. Phút 27, OG tiếp tục dùng bài mồi nhử như game trước, lần này “con mồi” chính là Venomancer của Ceb. Nhận thấy đối phương đứng lỗi, 4 thành viên của VGJ.Storm lao vào xâu xé chú “bò lạc” Venomancer nhưng họ không thể ngờ rằng đó là cái bẫy mà OG đã giăng ra. Khi 4 thành viên của VGJ.Storm đang focus Ceb thì Winter Wyvern của Jerax đã xuất hiện kịp thời và sử dụng Winter Curse để mở màn, tiếp theo là Topson tỏa sáng cùng pha stun 4 cực kỳ chính xác để các đồng đội mặc sức xả skill. Venomancer dù mất mạng nhưng đã đổi được tới 4 thành viên của VGJ.Storm – một cái giá quá lời. Phút 33, OG biến base của VGJ.Storm thành khu vực đất tái định cư sau một màn push highground cực kỳ kịch tính. Trận đấu kết thúc ở phút 35 sau một nỗ lực comeback bất thành của các chàng trai đến từ Bắc Mỹ. 2-0 cho OG.

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