After being blocked by MVP Phoenix to qualify for Starladder and i-League LAN finals, the boys from the Philippines finally got their revenge as they were able to win Korean Dota League season 4 by defeating MVP.Phoenix in the grand finals.
That's right, only a few hours after the Starladder 11 SEA final comes another showdown between Rave and MVP Phoenix.
MVP.Phoenix will be heading over to another premier tournament as they just punched their ticket to the StarLadder LAN finals in Kiev, Ukraine.
Just right after the Selangor Cyber Games, the SEA DOTA 2 scene especially the Malaysian local scene is once again in for a treat as the details of the grand finals of the Game Master MOL DOTA 2 Championship 2014 was announced.
The latest premier tournament to be announced is set for January 28 to February 9. Organized by Perfect World and MarsTV, the event is called the Dota 2 Asia Championships, will be held at Shanghai and so far the list of invited teams is stacked.
Fans of the former EvoGT will be delighted about this news as we have received special information that the team will be playing on an online tournament that will feature a $3,100 prizepool and some of the best SEA teams today.
Before the year ends South East Asia will once again unite for an explosive Dota 2 LAN action as the famous PMS Captain, Tammy “FurryFish” Tang in partnership with Ok. - Energy Drink brings to us the SGD$50,000 prize pool Ok.-Dota 2 grand finals.
After a month of round robin action in the Starladder South East Asia qualifiers 4 teams survived as First Departure, Invasion, Rave, and MVP.Phoenix claimed the top 4 spot. Next push for these teams is to be able to make sure that they get that elusive Starladder Season XI slot and compete in Kiev, Ukraine against the world’s best.
The Selangor Cyber Games at the Encorp Strand Mall in Kota Damansara has ended. The Malaysian major event organized by MET Malaysia in cooperation with G1 Gaming, Eclub, and Garena has crowned new champions in four e-sports divisions: Dota 2, League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and FIFA '15.
The first ever Philippine major event of TNC Gaming, The Grand Finale, has come to a close. Their said event featured four e-sports championship tournaments: Dota 2, League of Legends, Assault Fire, and Dragon Nest.